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The Resource Le antichita della citta di Roma : raccolte sotto breuita da diuersi antichi & moderni scrittori, per M. Bernardo Gamucci da San Gimignano ; et con nuouo ordine fedelmente descritte, & rappresentate con bellissime figure, nel modo che à tempi nostri si ritrouano

Le antichita della citta di Roma : raccolte sotto breuita da diuersi antichi & moderni scrittori, per M. Bernardo Gamucci da San Gimignano ; et con nuouo ordine fedelmente descritte, & rappresentate con bellissime figure, nel modo che à tempi nostri si ritrouano

Label
Le antichita della citta di Roma : raccolte sotto breuita da diuersi antichi & moderni scrittori
Title
Le antichita della citta di Roma
Title remainder
raccolte sotto breuita da diuersi antichi & moderni scrittori
Statement of responsibility
per M. Bernardo Gamucci da San Gimignano ; et con nuouo ordine fedelmente descritte, & rappresentate con bellissime figure, nel modo che à tempi nostri si ritrouano
Creator
Contributor
Artist
Bookseller
Former owner
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
ita
Cataloging source
EQO
Citation location within source
  • G-481
  • p.290
  • G-206
  • CNCE 20385
  • 190:238
Citation source
  • Rossetti, S. Rome: a bibliography
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • Adams
  • EDIT 16
  • NUC pre-1956
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Le antichita della citta di Roma : raccolte sotto breuita da diuersi antichi & moderni scrittori, per M. Bernardo Gamucci da San Gimignano ; et con nuouo ordine fedelmente descritte, & rappresentate con bellissime figure, nel modo che à tempi nostri si ritrouano
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Fourth edition, although the title identifies work as second edition. Following the first edition of 1565, the three subsequent editions of 1569, 1580, and 1588 are all identified as "seconda editione." See Rossetti
  • Imprint from colophon (verso of final leaf)
  • Leaves printed on both sides
  • Signatures: A-Z8 Aa8
  • Errors in foliation: 50, 117, 139, 171, and 188 printed as 51, 116, 137, 175, and 181, respectively
  • Woodcuts: printer's device on title-page, featuring Varisco's mermaid with bifurcated tail; ornamental initials; text illustrated throughout with 38 full page woodcuts depicting architecture of Rome, including temples, columns, arches, amphitheaters, and baths; also included are plans of some of the structures
  • Woodcuts after drawings by Giovanni Antonio Dosi (called Dosio)
  • Includes introduction by Giovanni Varisco, and dedicatory poem by Benedetto Varchi
  • Printed in Italic type
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Edition
  • In questa seconda editione /
  • da infiniti errori emendate & corrette da Thomaso Porcacchi.
Extent
192 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: 18th-century Italian vellum with block-printed paper end papers, and a later label on the spine. Text has been washed, and slightly trimmed, with no loss of text or illustration. Bookseller's ticket on upper left corner of front pastedown: "C.E. Rappaport Libri Rari Roma;" name of previous owner embossed on front free endpaper: "Thomas Brown Wilber." Purchase, James & Devon Gray, Booksellers.
Other physical details
ill., plans (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)44836835
  • ucoclc44836835
Label
Le antichita della citta di Roma : raccolte sotto breuita da diuersi antichi & moderni scrittori, per M. Bernardo Gamucci da San Gimignano ; et con nuouo ordine fedelmente descritte, & rappresentate con bellissime figure, nel modo che à tempi nostri si ritrouano
Publication
Note
  • Fourth edition, although the title identifies work as second edition. Following the first edition of 1565, the three subsequent editions of 1569, 1580, and 1588 are all identified as "seconda editione." See Rossetti
  • Imprint from colophon (verso of final leaf)
  • Leaves printed on both sides
  • Signatures: A-Z8 Aa8
  • Errors in foliation: 50, 117, 139, 171, and 188 printed as 51, 116, 137, 175, and 181, respectively
  • Woodcuts: printer's device on title-page, featuring Varisco's mermaid with bifurcated tail; ornamental initials; text illustrated throughout with 38 full page woodcuts depicting architecture of Rome, including temples, columns, arches, amphitheaters, and baths; also included are plans of some of the structures
  • Woodcuts after drawings by Giovanni Antonio Dosi (called Dosio)
  • Includes introduction by Giovanni Varisco, and dedicatory poem by Benedetto Varchi
  • Printed in Italic type
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Edition
  • In questa seconda editione /
  • da infiniti errori emendate & corrette da Thomaso Porcacchi.
Extent
192 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: 18th-century Italian vellum with block-printed paper end papers, and a later label on the spine. Text has been washed, and slightly trimmed, with no loss of text or illustration. Bookseller's ticket on upper left corner of front pastedown: "C.E. Rappaport Libri Rari Roma;" name of previous owner embossed on front free endpaper: "Thomas Brown Wilber." Purchase, James & Devon Gray, Booksellers.
Other physical details
ill., plans (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)44836835
  • ucoclc44836835

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