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The Resource M. Antonii Mureti oratio habita ad Illustrissimos & Reuerendissimos S.R.E. Cardinales ipso die Paschae, cum subrogandi Pontificis causa conclaue ingressuri essent anno M.D. LXXXXV

M. Antonii Mureti oratio habita ad Illustrissimos & Reuerendissimos S.R.E. Cardinales ipso die Paschae, cum subrogandi Pontificis causa conclaue ingressuri essent anno M.D. LXXXXV

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M. Antonii Mureti oratio habita ad Illustrissimos & Reuerendissimos S.R.E. Cardinales ipso die Paschae, cum subrogandi Pontificis causa conclaue ingressuri essent anno M.D. LXXXXV
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M. Antonii Mureti oratio habita ad Illustrissimos & Reuerendissimos S.R.E. Cardinales ipso die Paschae, cum subrogandi Pontificis causa conclaue ingressuri essent anno M.D. LXXXXV
Title variation
  • M. Antonii Mvreti oratio habita ad Illvstrissimos & Reuerendissimos S.R.E. Cardinales ipso die Paschae
  • Oratio habita ad Illustrissimos & Reuerendissimos S.R.E. Cardinales ipso die Paschae
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Contributor
Former owner
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Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Cataloging source
CLU
Citation location within source
p. 175
Citation source
Ascarelli, F. Cinquecentine romane
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
M. Antonii Mureti oratio habita ad Illustrissimos & Reuerendissimos S.R.E. Cardinales ipso die Paschae, cum subrogandi Pontificis causa conclaue ingressuri essent anno M.D. LXXXXV
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Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A4
  • Woodcuts: printer's device on t.p. of Vincenzo Accolti, who worked with Giovanni Martinelli, featuring an eagle gripping its eaglet, both looking at the sun overhead, with motto "Sic crede" (cf. Ascarelli & Menato, La tipografia del '500 in Italia, p. 118, 126); ornamental initials
  • Printed in roman type
  • This ed. not in Adams
Dimensions
22 cm (4to)
Extent
8 p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: first in a bound vol. of fifteen addresses on religious and ecclesiastical topics, all printed in Rome between 1587 and 1590 by Vincenzo Accolti, Domenico Basa, Giovanni Martinelli and Marco Antonio Moretti. Contemporary [?] limp vellum binding; ms. spine title "Oration. di verse." Illustrated bookplate printed in blue of Commendatore Giorgio Fumach on front free endpaper. Purchase, Guido Bortolani, June 1997.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)636724863
  • ucoclc636724863
Label
M. Antonii Mureti oratio habita ad Illustrissimos & Reuerendissimos S.R.E. Cardinales ipso die Paschae, cum subrogandi Pontificis causa conclaue ingressuri essent anno M.D. LXXXXV
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A4
  • Woodcuts: printer's device on t.p. of Vincenzo Accolti, who worked with Giovanni Martinelli, featuring an eagle gripping its eaglet, both looking at the sun overhead, with motto "Sic crede" (cf. Ascarelli & Menato, La tipografia del '500 in Italia, p. 118, 126); ornamental initials
  • Printed in roman type
  • This ed. not in Adams
Dimensions
22 cm (4to)
Extent
8 p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: first in a bound vol. of fifteen addresses on religious and ecclesiastical topics, all printed in Rome between 1587 and 1590 by Vincenzo Accolti, Domenico Basa, Giovanni Martinelli and Marco Antonio Moretti. Contemporary [?] limp vellum binding; ms. spine title "Oration. di verse." Illustrated bookplate printed in blue of Commendatore Giorgio Fumach on front free endpaper. Purchase, Guido Bortolani, June 1997.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)636724863
  • ucoclc636724863

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