Museum veronense, hoc est, Antiquarum inscriptionum atque anaglyphorum collectio
cui Taurinensis adiungitur et Vindobonensis : accedunt monumenta id genus plurima nondum vulgata, et ubicumque collecta
Written in Latin.
Dedication signed: Scipio Maffeius.
Of engravings that are signed, most are by Francesco Zucchi after Cignaroli. The latter is probably Gianbettino Cignaroli, based on his association with Zucchi and Maffei (Thieme-Becker VI, 585). The plate on p. 245 is by Zucchi after Daniel Bertoli, and the 2nd plate on p. 219 is by Zucchi's brother Andrea. The 1st plate on p. 420 is by Etienne Fessard after Charles Natoire.
Signatures: a-dp4s A-Mp4s Np2s O-3Sp4s 3Tp6s.
"Addenda et emendanda"--P. 485-490.
Sloan candidate lp Tier 3
Library's c. 2 consists of the engravings from Museum veronense on  leaves, without the text or its cuts. These are followed by  additional leaves mounted with engravings of various objects of interest in Verona. Five of them are additional copies of plates from Museum veronense. The rest are from Maffei's Verona illustrata, with 1 exception, an engraving signed Lud. Perini.
Library's c. 1 (37 cm.) in old binding of vellum over pasteboard, gold-tooled leather spine label, marbled edges. Copy 2 (40 cm.) in old binding of quarter calf and marbled paper over pasteboard, the spine tooled in gilt and with a gilt-tooled leather label, the edges red. Copy 3 (38 cm.) in old binding of vellum over boards, the spine titled in ink "Museum Veronense" and with the shelf no. J20, the edges dabbed in red and black. Copy 3 has the book plate of Alex. Zileri.
|Other Titles||Antiquarum inscriptionum atque anaglyphorum collectio.|
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|Pagination||, xii, DXIX,  p.,  leaves of plates (2 folded) :|
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|May 28, 2011||Created by ImportBot||Initial record created, from Internet Archive MARC record.|