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The Resource Rime di M. Francesco Petrarca in vita, e in morte di M. Laura, con un ragionamento in fine d'incerto autore dell'opinione d'alcuni intorno a'Triomfi di detto poeta, e con la dichiaratione di molte voci toscane, & in che modo si debbono vsare

Rime di M. Francesco Petrarca in vita, e in morte di M. Laura, con un ragionamento in fine d'incerto autore dell'opinione d'alcuni intorno a'Triomfi di detto poeta, e con la dichiaratione di molte voci toscane, & in che modo si debbono vsare

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Rime di M. Francesco Petrarca in vita, e in morte di M. Laura
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Rime di M. Francesco Petrarca in vita, e in morte di M. Laura
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con un ragionamento in fine d'incerto autore dell'opinione d'alcuni intorno a'Triomfi di detto poeta, e con la dichiaratione di molte voci toscane, & in che modo si debbono vsare
Title variation
Rime di Messer Francesco Petrarca in vita e in morte di Madonna Laura
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Language
ita
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Cataloging source
COO
Citation location within source
  • p. 106, Pet - N 562a
  • CNCE 47375
Citation source
  • Fowler, M. Petrarch
  • EDIT 16
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Rime di M. Francesco Petrarca in vita, e in morte di M. Laura, con un ragionamento in fine d'incerto autore dell'opinione d'alcuni intorno a'Triomfi di detto poeta, e con la dichiaratione di molte voci toscane, & in che modo si debbono vsare
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Publication
Note
  • Contents with slight variations, as in the last Giunta edition (1522)
  • Woodcuts: printer's device of Comin da Trino on t.p., featuring a sheaf of arrows, tied with ribbon bearing caption "Vanitas;" within ornamental cartouche, encircled with motto "Parva res crescunt concordia;" historiated white initials; six full-page illustrations at beginning of each chapter of the "Triomphi" (leaves 139v-177v), depicting the successive triumphs of Love, Chastity, Death, Fame, Time, and finally, the supreme triumph of Divinity; te woodcuts are the Zoppino illustrations of Zoan Andrea
  • Poems printed in italic type
  • Three sonnets in the UCLA Library copy, "Fiamma da ciel," L'auara Babilonia," and "Fontana del dolore" (leaves 62v-63v) have been obscured by censorship.
  • Includes index
  • This ed. not in Adams or BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Extent
180, [44] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary [?] limp vellum binding; traces of two pairs of leather ties along fore-edges of covers; old ms. spine title "Petrarca." Contemporary [?] ownership inscription on title-page is obliterated; three sonnets, "Fiamma da ciel," L'auara Babilonia," and "Fontana del dolore" have been obscured by censorship. Purchase, Guido Bortolani, 1993.
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ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)41918924
  • ucoclc41918924
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Rime di M. Francesco Petrarca in vita, e in morte di M. Laura, con un ragionamento in fine d'incerto autore dell'opinione d'alcuni intorno a'Triomfi di detto poeta, e con la dichiaratione di molte voci toscane, & in che modo si debbono vsare
Publication
Note
  • Contents with slight variations, as in the last Giunta edition (1522)
  • Woodcuts: printer's device of Comin da Trino on t.p., featuring a sheaf of arrows, tied with ribbon bearing caption "Vanitas;" within ornamental cartouche, encircled with motto "Parva res crescunt concordia;" historiated white initials; six full-page illustrations at beginning of each chapter of the "Triomphi" (leaves 139v-177v), depicting the successive triumphs of Love, Chastity, Death, Fame, Time, and finally, the supreme triumph of Divinity; te woodcuts are the Zoppino illustrations of Zoan Andrea
  • Poems printed in italic type
  • Three sonnets in the UCLA Library copy, "Fiamma da ciel," L'auara Babilonia," and "Fontana del dolore" (leaves 62v-63v) have been obscured by censorship.
  • Includes index
  • This ed. not in Adams or BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Extent
180, [44] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary [?] limp vellum binding; traces of two pairs of leather ties along fore-edges of covers; old ms. spine title "Petrarca." Contemporary [?] ownership inscription on title-page is obliterated; three sonnets, "Fiamma da ciel," L'auara Babilonia," and "Fontana del dolore" have been obscured by censorship. Purchase, Guido Bortolani, 1993.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)41918924
  • ucoclc41918924

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