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The Resource M. Antonii Mureti I.C. et ciuis Romani oratio habita in funere Pii V Pont. Maximi

M. Antonii Mureti I.C. et ciuis Romani oratio habita in funere Pii V Pont. Maximi

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M. Antonii Mureti I.C. et ciuis Romani oratio habita in funere Pii V Pont. Maximi
Title
M. Antonii Mureti I.C. et ciuis Romani oratio habita in funere Pii V Pont. Maximi
Title variation
Oratio habita in funere Pii V Pont. Maximi
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Language
lat
Summary
Funeral oration by Marc Antoine Muret for Antonio Michele Ghislieri, Pope Pius V, whose requiem mass had been celebrated at St. Peter's on May 11, 1572, ten days after his death.
Cataloging source
CLU
Citation location within source
CNCE 40008
Citation source
EDIT 16
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
The French humanist Muret, an early tutor of Montaigne, had been hounded out of Paris, Toulouse and Venice for his open homosexuality. He had later settled in the more tolerant climate of Rome under the patronage of the House of Ferrara. The oration is prefaced by a laudatory sonnet to Muret by Francesco Ferrara of Modena
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M. Antonii Mureti I.C. et ciuis Romani oratio habita in funere Pii V Pont. Maximi
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Publication
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  • Signatures: A8
  • Woodcuts: Ziletti's device on title page, featuring figure of Orpheus playing on his viol, whose music charms the animals at his feet and the two doves in the air above him; one historiated white initial
  • Text printed in roman type; marginal references in small roman type
  • At end: "Pius V Pont. Max. obiit Kal. Mai MDLXXII."
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Extent
[16] pages
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: modern patterned wrappers; in beige cloth phase box; in rose leather and rose marbled paper slipcase; case spine title "Muret. Oratio." Purchase, Patrick King, 1995.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)871047325
  • ucoclc871047325
Label
M. Antonii Mureti I.C. et ciuis Romani oratio habita in funere Pii V Pont. Maximi
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A8
  • Woodcuts: Ziletti's device on title page, featuring figure of Orpheus playing on his viol, whose music charms the animals at his feet and the two doves in the air above him; one historiated white initial
  • Text printed in roman type; marginal references in small roman type
  • At end: "Pius V Pont. Max. obiit Kal. Mai MDLXXII."
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Extent
[16] pages
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: modern patterned wrappers; in beige cloth phase box; in rose leather and rose marbled paper slipcase; case spine title "Muret. Oratio." Purchase, Patrick King, 1995.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)871047325
  • ucoclc871047325

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