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The Resource Pistole, lezzioni, et vangeli che si leggono in tutto l'anno, alla messa, secondo la consuetudine della sagrosanta Romana Chiesa, nuouamente tradotti in volgare Fiorentino dal reuerendo M. Francesco de Cattani da Diacceto gentilhuomo & canonico di Firenze & Proton. Apost. ; con aggiunta d'alcune messe & festiue & votiue, non piu impresse in questa lingua ; alla serenissima Giouanna d'Austria, regina nata principessa di Fiorenza et c

Pistole, lezzioni, et vangeli che si leggono in tutto l'anno, alla messa, secondo la consuetudine della sagrosanta Romana Chiesa, nuouamente tradotti in volgare Fiorentino dal reuerendo M. Francesco de Cattani da Diacceto gentilhuomo & canonico di Firenze & Proton. Apost. ; con aggiunta d'alcune messe & festiue & votiue, non piu impresse in questa lingua ; alla serenissima Giouanna d'Austria, regina nata principessa di Fiorenza et c

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Pistole, lezzioni, et vangeli che si leggono in tutto l'anno, alla messa, secondo la consuetudine della sagrosanta Romana Chiesa
Title
Pistole, lezzioni, et vangeli che si leggono in tutto l'anno, alla messa, secondo la consuetudine della sagrosanta Romana Chiesa
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nuouamente tradotti in volgare Fiorentino dal reuerendo M. Francesco de Cattani da Diacceto gentilhuomo & canonico di Firenze & Proton. Apost. ; con aggiunta d'alcune messe & festiue & votiue, non piu impresse in questa lingua ; alla serenissima Giouanna d'Austria, regina nata principessa di Fiorenza et c
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Contributor
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Subject
Genre
Language
ita
Cataloging source
CLU
Citation location within source
2583 (note)
Citation source
Sander, M. Livre à figures italien depuis 1467 jusqu'à 1530
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Pistole, lezzioni, et vangeli che si leggono in tutto l'anno, alla messa, secondo la consuetudine della sagrosanta Romana Chiesa, nuouamente tradotti in volgare Fiorentino dal reuerendo M. Francesco de Cattani da Diacceto gentilhuomo & canonico di Firenze & Proton. Apost. ; con aggiunta d'alcune messe & festiue & votiue, non piu impresse in questa lingua ; alla serenissima Giouanna d'Austria, regina nata principessa di Fiorenza et c
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: [dagger]6 *2 A-P6
  • Last leaf (P6) is blank
  • Woodcuts: woodcut figures of St. Peter and St. Paul on title page; Giunta lily device with initial "F" on title-page; a large lily device on page [1] at end, supported by two cherubs, with motto "Nil candidius" and initial "F" on pedestal below; text illustrated with 148 woodcut vignettes within white-on-black decorative borders, featuring Biblical scenes and scenes from the life of Christ; historiated white initials of different sizes
  • Text printed in roman type; headings for readings in italic type
  • Preliminary texts include a celebratory poem addressed to Francesco de Cattani by Benedetto Varchi; dedicatory preface by Filippo and Jacopo Giunti, addressed to their patron Giovanna d'Austria, and dated Feb. 9, 1565 in Florence (leaf [dagger]2); Cattani da Diacceto's foreword to readers; a list of saints' days and feast days for each month of the year, and a table listing dates of moveable feasts for years 1566-1590
  • This edition not in Decia, D. I Giunti tipografi editiori di Firenze (see page 271, no. 50); Harvard College Library. Catalogue of books and manuscripts, Italian sixteenth century books (see Mortimer's note to no. 63, page 89); National union catalog, pre-1956 imprints; Short-title catalogue of books printed in Italy and of Italian books printed in other countries from 1465 to 1600 now in the British Museum (see page 103); or EDIT 16
Dimensions
31 cm (folio)
Extent
[16], 177, [3] pages
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: 19th-century [?] vellum binding; tan spine label with gold-stamped title "Cattani. Epistole, lezioni et vangeli;" olive green marbled paper pastedowns. Bibliographical note in Italian on front endleaf. Unidentified ownership stamp on title page featuring a double cross and initials "V.F." [?] Purchased for UCLA by Bernard Breslauer at the Sotheby's sale, London, Dec. 4, 1996.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)919289384
  • ucoclc919289384
Label
Pistole, lezzioni, et vangeli che si leggono in tutto l'anno, alla messa, secondo la consuetudine della sagrosanta Romana Chiesa, nuouamente tradotti in volgare Fiorentino dal reuerendo M. Francesco de Cattani da Diacceto gentilhuomo & canonico di Firenze & Proton. Apost. ; con aggiunta d'alcune messe & festiue & votiue, non piu impresse in questa lingua ; alla serenissima Giouanna d'Austria, regina nata principessa di Fiorenza et c
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: [dagger]6 *2 A-P6
  • Last leaf (P6) is blank
  • Woodcuts: woodcut figures of St. Peter and St. Paul on title page; Giunta lily device with initial "F" on title-page; a large lily device on page [1] at end, supported by two cherubs, with motto "Nil candidius" and initial "F" on pedestal below; text illustrated with 148 woodcut vignettes within white-on-black decorative borders, featuring Biblical scenes and scenes from the life of Christ; historiated white initials of different sizes
  • Text printed in roman type; headings for readings in italic type
  • Preliminary texts include a celebratory poem addressed to Francesco de Cattani by Benedetto Varchi; dedicatory preface by Filippo and Jacopo Giunti, addressed to their patron Giovanna d'Austria, and dated Feb. 9, 1565 in Florence (leaf [dagger]2); Cattani da Diacceto's foreword to readers; a list of saints' days and feast days for each month of the year, and a table listing dates of moveable feasts for years 1566-1590
  • This edition not in Decia, D. I Giunti tipografi editiori di Firenze (see page 271, no. 50); Harvard College Library. Catalogue of books and manuscripts, Italian sixteenth century books (see Mortimer's note to no. 63, page 89); National union catalog, pre-1956 imprints; Short-title catalogue of books printed in Italy and of Italian books printed in other countries from 1465 to 1600 now in the British Museum (see page 103); or EDIT 16
Dimensions
31 cm (folio)
Extent
[16], 177, [3] pages
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: 19th-century [?] vellum binding; tan spine label with gold-stamped title "Cattani. Epistole, lezioni et vangeli;" olive green marbled paper pastedowns. Bibliographical note in Italian on front endleaf. Unidentified ownership stamp on title page featuring a double cross and initials "V.F." [?] Purchased for UCLA by Bernard Breslauer at the Sotheby's sale, London, Dec. 4, 1996.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)919289384
  • ucoclc919289384

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