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Copiosa discrittione delle cose di Cipro ed le ragioni in favore o contra diverse openioni

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Item Description

Title: Copiosa discrittione delle cose di Cipro ed le ragioni in favore o contra diverse openioni

Author

  • Savorgnano, Ascanio

Scribe

  • Cagnino, Allessandro

Source Document

Extent: 36 leaves : paper ; 180 x 137 (156 x 90) mm.

Date Created: 1578


Physical Description

Collation: Paper, fol. 35 + i ; 1-9⁴ ; quire letters and catchwords in lower margins. Layout: Written in 19 long lines; unruled. Decoration: One black initial at the beginning of the main text (fol. 3r), otherwise no decoration.


Binding

Binding is original red paper boards with gold stamping.


Script

Written in a neat, slanted, running cursive with filled loops. Writing in a different hand on back flyleaf verso.

Description

In addition to the principle text, there is a prefatory epistle from Francesco Marcaldi to Scipione Bonleo (fol. 2).

Genre(s): codices

Language(s): Italian

Place: Ferrara

Place: Italy

Note [Digital Version]

2010-04-22, Center for Digital Initiatives, University of Vermont Libraries

Note [Provenance]

Given to George P. Marsh by Giuseppe Ferraro. Given to UVM Special Collections by Frederick Billings.

Note [Incipit]

In altre mie a bastanza e stato esposto in quai termini

Note [Explicit]

si potna entrar' a imprese di gran' merito, et gloriose.

Note [Bibliography]

De Ricci, p. 2169, no. 4

Type of Resource: text

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Access Conditions

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Permanent Link:

http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/mrmc004

Preferred citation

Copiosa discrittione delle cose di Cipro ed le ragioni in favore o contra diverse openioni, TR Savorgnano, Ascanio, Special Collections, University of Vermont Library, http://cdi.uvm.edu/collections/item/mrmc004 (accessed September 22, 2014)

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