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The Resource Ordini di N.S. papa Clemente ottauo sopra l'osseruanza delle constitutioni del Torrone, & altro

Ordini di N.S. papa Clemente ottauo sopra l'osseruanza delle constitutioni del Torrone, & altro

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Ordini di N.S. papa Clemente ottauo sopra l'osseruanza delle constitutioni del Torrone, & altro
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Ordini di N.S. papa Clemente ottauo sopra l'osseruanza delle constitutioni del Torrone, & altro
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Ordini di N.S. papa Clemente ottavo sopra l'osservanza delle constitutioni del Torrone, & altro
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Affirmation of laws issued by Pope Clement VIII stipulating fees that notaries of the tribunal known as the Torrone could charge for receiving and writing up documents relating to criminal cases, dated Jan. 25, 1602, and signed by Orazio Spinola, archbishop of Genoa and vice-legate of Bologna, and counter-signed by notary of the chancellory Dominicus Castellanus on Jan. 28, 1602.
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Available online in e-book: Bolle, Brievi, e Proviggioni per il Sagro Monte de Pietè con Le costituzioni del foro criminale detto del Torrone di Bologna. In Bologna: Nella stamperia di Clemente Maria Sassi, successore del Benacci, MDCCXXIV [1724], pages 130-142.
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The Torrone was the centralized criminal court that had exclusive control of the administration of criminal justice in Bologna and surrounding areas, established by Pope Julius II after he conquered the city in 1506 and expelled the Bentivoglio oligarchs as a way to control the rebellious nobles who were used to independence. The notaries of the court, prestigious and powerful men, were responsible for recording all the documentation relating to the court's investigations, from denunciations to final sentencing, supplications, and pardons, and were paid according to fees established for the different services they performed; see Colin S. Rose, "Violence and the centralization of criminal justice in early modern Bologna," in Violence and justice in Bologna 1250-1700, edited by Sarah Rubin Blanshei (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2018), especially pages 101-107. Spinola's promulgation comes in response to a letter of Jan. 16, 1602 from Cardinal Montalto on behalf of Pope Clement VIII requesting that notarial fees for cases heard in the Torrone that had been previously printed and disseminated in 1580 by Alessandro Benacci, be followed in strict adherence to the letter of the law: "che si osservino...le tasse fatte dal già Monsig. Monte Valenti stampate e publicate dell'anno 1580...." The cardinal's letter is reprinted along with Spinola's promulgation, as is the list of fees printed by Alessandro Benacci in 1580
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Ordini di N.S. papa Clemente ottauo sopra l'osseruanza delle constitutioni del Torrone, & altro
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  • Caption title
  • Probable date and place of imprint based on dates of documents contained herein, all dated January 1602
  • Possible printer suggested by original printer of the list of fees from 1580 (included here), Alessandro Benacci, who died in 1590. Operation of his press was continued by his son Vittorio
  • Woodcuts: papal arms of Pope Clement VIII at head of title; ornamental initial at beginning of text
  • Signatures: A4
  • Text printed in roman type, with text of Cardinal Montalto's letter in italic type
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
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21 cm (4to)
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4 unnumbered leaves
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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n
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Spec. Coll. copy: bound with: Ordini da osservarsi nel foro criminale del Torrone di Bologna. In Bologna: Per Vittorio Benacci, Stampatore Camerale, [1595]. Both imprints bound with title-page reading "Per il Torrone." Bound into modern plain gray wrappers. Purchase, Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts, 1998.
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  • (OCoLC)785767577
  • ucoclc785767577
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Ordini di N.S. papa Clemente ottauo sopra l'osseruanza delle constitutioni del Torrone, & altro
Publication
Note
  • Caption title
  • Probable date and place of imprint based on dates of documents contained herein, all dated January 1602
  • Possible printer suggested by original printer of the list of fees from 1580 (included here), Alessandro Benacci, who died in 1590. Operation of his press was continued by his son Vittorio
  • Woodcuts: papal arms of Pope Clement VIII at head of title; ornamental initial at beginning of text
  • Signatures: A4
  • Text printed in roman type, with text of Cardinal Montalto's letter in italic type
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
21 cm (4to)
Extent
4 unnumbered leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound with: Ordini da osservarsi nel foro criminale del Torrone di Bologna. In Bologna: Per Vittorio Benacci, Stampatore Camerale, [1595]. Both imprints bound with title-page reading "Per il Torrone." Bound into modern plain gray wrappers. Purchase, Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts, 1998.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)785767577
  • ucoclc785767577

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