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The Resource Habiti antichi, et moderni di tutto il mondo, di Cesare Vecellio ; di nuouo accresciuti di molte figure ; vestitus antiquorum recentiorumq́ue totius orbis per Sulstatium Gratilianum Senapolensis Latinè declarati

Habiti antichi, et moderni di tutto il mondo, di Cesare Vecellio ; di nuouo accresciuti di molte figure ; vestitus antiquorum recentiorumq́ue totius orbis per Sulstatium Gratilianum Senapolensis Latinè declarati

Label
Habiti antichi, et moderni di tutto il mondo
Title
Habiti antichi, et moderni di tutto il mondo
Statement of responsibility
di Cesare Vecellio ; di nuouo accresciuti di molte figure ; vestitus antiquorum recentiorumq́ue totius orbis per Sulstatium Gratilianum Senapolensis Latinè declarati
Creator
Contributor
Donor
Former owner
Printer
Translator
Wood engraver
Subject
Genre
Language
  • ita
  • lat
  • ita
  • lat
Cataloging source
FHM
Citation location within source
  • CNCE 29586
  • p. 713
  • 98732
  • 598/112
  • p. 873
  • no. 64, p. 145
Citation source
  • EDIT 16
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • Sabin
  • Alden, J.E. European Americana
  • Hiler, H. Bibliography of costume (1. ed.)
  • Bayer, A.J. Art and love in Renaissance Italy
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Language note
Parallel texts in Italian and Latin
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Habiti antichi, et moderni di tutto il mondo, di Cesare Vecellio ; di nuouo accresciuti di molte figure ; vestitus antiquorum recentiorumq́ue totius orbis per Sulstatium Gratilianum Senapolensis Latinè declarati
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Colophon: In Venetia, MDXCVIII. Appresso Gio. Bernardo Sessa
  • The original 1590 edition included some 420 woodcuts by Christoph Krieger [Cristoforo Guerra], who died before completing the 450 cuts stipulated in his contract; this 2nd edition of 1598 contains 88 additional woodcuts; see Bayer
  • Signatures: a-g8 A-Z8 Aa-Zz8 Aaa-Rrr8 Ss2
  • Woodcuts: title within elaborate cartouche, featuring a figure in each corner in native dress from the four continents of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America; the Sessa cat-and-mouse device in small oval cartouche in lower part of cartouche; a large version of the device appears on verso of last leaf within ornamental cartouche within architectural woodcut border, with Sessa's motto "Dissimilium in fida societas;" head-pieces; ornamental initials; text illustrated with 505 full-page woodcuts, most by Christoph Krieger, on the verso of each leaf, depicting the costumes of the people of Europe, Asia, and Africa; the illustrations in Libro XII depict the local dress of inhabitants of Peru, Cuzco, Mexico, Virginia, and Florida, both men and women, especially interesting for the early depictions of Native Americans
  • Italian text printed in italic type in upper half of page; Latin text printed in roman type in lower half of page
  • Includes indexes
Dimensions
18 cm (8vo)
Extent
[56], 507 [i.e. 506] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. Belt copy: bound in modern tree calf; ornamental gilt borders; gilt floral corner-pieces; ornamental gilt bands across spine; red morocco letterpiece with gold-stamped spine title "Habiti antichi." In manila four-flap phase box. Forms part of the Elmer Belt Library of Vinciana, gift of Dr. Elmer Belt, 1961.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)07777481
  • ucoclc7777481
Label
Habiti antichi, et moderni di tutto il mondo, di Cesare Vecellio ; di nuouo accresciuti di molte figure ; vestitus antiquorum recentiorumq́ue totius orbis per Sulstatium Gratilianum Senapolensis Latinè declarati
Publication
Note
  • Colophon: In Venetia, MDXCVIII. Appresso Gio. Bernardo Sessa
  • The original 1590 edition included some 420 woodcuts by Christoph Krieger [Cristoforo Guerra], who died before completing the 450 cuts stipulated in his contract; this 2nd edition of 1598 contains 88 additional woodcuts; see Bayer
  • Signatures: a-g8 A-Z8 Aa-Zz8 Aaa-Rrr8 Ss2
  • Woodcuts: title within elaborate cartouche, featuring a figure in each corner in native dress from the four continents of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America; the Sessa cat-and-mouse device in small oval cartouche in lower part of cartouche; a large version of the device appears on verso of last leaf within ornamental cartouche within architectural woodcut border, with Sessa's motto "Dissimilium in fida societas;" head-pieces; ornamental initials; text illustrated with 505 full-page woodcuts, most by Christoph Krieger, on the verso of each leaf, depicting the costumes of the people of Europe, Asia, and Africa; the illustrations in Libro XII depict the local dress of inhabitants of Peru, Cuzco, Mexico, Virginia, and Florida, both men and women, especially interesting for the early depictions of Native Americans
  • Italian text printed in italic type in upper half of page; Latin text printed in roman type in lower half of page
  • Includes indexes
Dimensions
18 cm (8vo)
Extent
[56], 507 [i.e. 506] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. Belt copy: bound in modern tree calf; ornamental gilt borders; gilt floral corner-pieces; ornamental gilt bands across spine; red morocco letterpiece with gold-stamped spine title "Habiti antichi." In manila four-flap phase box. Forms part of the Elmer Belt Library of Vinciana, gift of Dr. Elmer Belt, 1961.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)07777481
  • ucoclc7777481

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