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Comedia intitolata Sine nomine

Label
Comedia intitolata Sine nomine
Title
Comedia intitolata Sine nomine
Title variation
Sine nomine
Contributor
Former owner
Subject
Genre
Language
ita
Cataloging source
WaU
Citation location within source
  • no. 41
  • no. 9
  • S-1213
  • p. 469
  • CNCE 12864
Citation source
  • Camerini, L.S. I Giunti tipografici editori di Firenze
  • Clubb, L.G. Italian plays
  • Adams
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • EDIT 16
Index
no index present
Literary form
dramas
Label
Comedia intitolata Sine nomine
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Anonymous five-act Italian Renaissance comedy, depicting the plight of the Jew Alonso--who may also be a converted Jew, or Marrano--who settles in Italy after being forced to flee his home in Barcelona, and change his name for fear of persecution by the Inquisition
  • Signatures: A-E8
  • Woodcuts: large title vignette (the Giunta lily, within an architectural cartouche); another Giunta device (the lily, monogrammed "F", and flanked by putti, above motto "Nil candidius") on p. [2] at end; white historiated initials; head- and tail-pieces
  • Text in italic type
  • Dedication to Tiberio Novellucci by Jacopo Giunti, dated Dec. 15, 1573 in Florence
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Edition
Nuouamente messa in luce.
Extent
76, [4] p. (last 3 p. blank)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: 18th-century mottled tan calf, with triple gilt filets; ornamental gilt spine, with brown leather spine label "Sine nomi. comedia"; small paper shelf-mark label at base of spine; marbled endpapers. Ownership inscription of William Sandys, dated 1777 in Paris, probably the Rev. William Sandys who, as tutor, accompanied Francis Bassett, the future Lord de Dunstanville, on his Grand Tour in 1777-1778 through France, Switzerland, and Italy. Purchase, Maggs Bros., 1999.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)79377702
  • ucoclc79377702
Label
Comedia intitolata Sine nomine
Publication
Note
  • Anonymous five-act Italian Renaissance comedy, depicting the plight of the Jew Alonso--who may also be a converted Jew, or Marrano--who settles in Italy after being forced to flee his home in Barcelona, and change his name for fear of persecution by the Inquisition
  • Signatures: A-E8
  • Woodcuts: large title vignette (the Giunta lily, within an architectural cartouche); another Giunta device (the lily, monogrammed "F", and flanked by putti, above motto "Nil candidius") on p. [2] at end; white historiated initials; head- and tail-pieces
  • Text in italic type
  • Dedication to Tiberio Novellucci by Jacopo Giunti, dated Dec. 15, 1573 in Florence
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Edition
Nuouamente messa in luce.
Extent
76, [4] p. (last 3 p. blank)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: 18th-century mottled tan calf, with triple gilt filets; ornamental gilt spine, with brown leather spine label "Sine nomi. comedia"; small paper shelf-mark label at base of spine; marbled endpapers. Ownership inscription of William Sandys, dated 1777 in Paris, probably the Rev. William Sandys who, as tutor, accompanied Francis Bassett, the future Lord de Dunstanville, on his Grand Tour in 1777-1778 through France, Switzerland, and Italy. Purchase, Maggs Bros., 1999.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)79377702
  • ucoclc79377702

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