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The Resource Cento, e cinquanta fauole, tratte da diuersi autori antichi, e ridotte in uersi, e rime, da M. Pietro Targa

Cento, e cinquanta fauole, tratte da diuersi autori antichi, e ridotte in uersi, e rime, da M. Pietro Targa

Label
Cento, e cinquanta fauole, tratte da diuersi autori antichi, e ridotte in uersi, e rime
Title
Cento, e cinquanta fauole, tratte da diuersi autori antichi, e ridotte in uersi, e rime
Statement of responsibility
da M. Pietro Targa
Creator
Contributor
Engraver
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
ita
Cataloging source
EQO
Citation location within source
CNCE 25207
Citation source
EDIT 16
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Cento, e cinquanta fauole, tratte da diuersi autori antichi, e ridotte in uersi, e rime, da M. Pietro Targa
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • In verse
  • This is the second of two eds. printed in 1569 of Cesare Pavesi's collection of fables in ottava rima. The first two eds. appeared under Pavesi's pseudonym, Pietro Targa; only with the third ed. of 1575 did Pavesi begin using his own name. Although both eds. of 1569 have the same pagination and signatures, there are numerous differences between the two versions, including a very different setting of the introduction (same text, same date, but laid out differently on the page), different woodcuts used for the same story, tail-pieces added in the second ed. to pages which have no tail-pieces in the first, many uses of different tail-pieces, and different wording in the last line of the poem on p. 139. Some of the printing errors in the first ed., such as a dropped digit in a page number, have been corrected in the second. Digital text of first ed. available online
  • Signatures: A-H12
  • Woodcuts: title in cartouche within ornamental woodcut border; below title is printer's device, Chrieger's lion with a bit in his mouth, encircled with motto "Dies et ingenium"; historiated white initials; fables illustrated with 150 vignettes (43 x 54 mm) by the German engraver and printer Johann Krieger (known in Italy as Giovanni Chrieger), many of which have been used earlier to illustrate an ed. of Aesop's fables: Favole di Esopo Frigio .... In Venetia: Appresso Francesco Ziletti, 1580
  • Verse text of the fables in small italic type, with the moral of the story below in small roman type; preface in large italic type
  • Includes Pavesi's preface, dedicated to his patron, Alfonso dal Carretto, and dated Oct. 27, 1558 in Venice
Dimensions
14 cm (12mo)
Edition
Impression seconda.
Extent
191, [1] p. (last p. blank)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound in stiff rough white paper boards; edges sprinkled blue. Purchase, Bruce McKittrick, 2010.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)78100277
  • ucoclc78100277
Label
Cento, e cinquanta fauole, tratte da diuersi autori antichi, e ridotte in uersi, e rime, da M. Pietro Targa
Publication
Note
  • In verse
  • This is the second of two eds. printed in 1569 of Cesare Pavesi's collection of fables in ottava rima. The first two eds. appeared under Pavesi's pseudonym, Pietro Targa; only with the third ed. of 1575 did Pavesi begin using his own name. Although both eds. of 1569 have the same pagination and signatures, there are numerous differences between the two versions, including a very different setting of the introduction (same text, same date, but laid out differently on the page), different woodcuts used for the same story, tail-pieces added in the second ed. to pages which have no tail-pieces in the first, many uses of different tail-pieces, and different wording in the last line of the poem on p. 139. Some of the printing errors in the first ed., such as a dropped digit in a page number, have been corrected in the second. Digital text of first ed. available online
  • Signatures: A-H12
  • Woodcuts: title in cartouche within ornamental woodcut border; below title is printer's device, Chrieger's lion with a bit in his mouth, encircled with motto "Dies et ingenium"; historiated white initials; fables illustrated with 150 vignettes (43 x 54 mm) by the German engraver and printer Johann Krieger (known in Italy as Giovanni Chrieger), many of which have been used earlier to illustrate an ed. of Aesop's fables: Favole di Esopo Frigio .... In Venetia: Appresso Francesco Ziletti, 1580
  • Verse text of the fables in small italic type, with the moral of the story below in small roman type; preface in large italic type
  • Includes Pavesi's preface, dedicated to his patron, Alfonso dal Carretto, and dated Oct. 27, 1558 in Venice
Dimensions
14 cm (12mo)
Edition
Impression seconda.
Extent
191, [1] p. (last p. blank)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound in stiff rough white paper boards; edges sprinkled blue. Purchase, Bruce McKittrick, 2010.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)78100277
  • ucoclc78100277

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