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De vrbis ac Romani olim imperii splendore

opus eruditionibus, historijs, ac animaduersionibus, tam sacris quam profanis illustratum : in quo etiam nonnulla ex occasione tanguntur, tam circa Romanae ecclesiae principatum, quam circa alias reliquarum orbis regionum res memoratu dignas

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This edition was published in by Ex typographia Francisci Alberti Tani in Romae.

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437 pages

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De vrbis ac Romani olim imperii splendore

opus eruditionibus, historijs, ac animaduersionibus, tam sacris quam profanis illustratum : in quo etiam nonnulla ex occasione tanguntur, tam circa Romanae ecclesiae principatum, quam circa alias reliquarum orbis regionum res memoratu dignas

This edition was published in by Ex typographia Francisci Alberti Tani in Romae.


Edition Notes

Woodcut arms on t.p. of Innocent X, to whom work is dedicated. Engraved frontispiece by Jean Baron. The 6 plates are etchings with engraving; that facing p. 48 signed with monogram SF. In-text woodcuts.

Signatures: pi A-V X(X[4]+X3) Y-3K.

Page 167 misnumbered 177. Interpolated leaf X3 paged 169/170, 171/172.

Includes index.

Sloan candidate lp Tier 3

Getty c. 2 lacks plate facing p. 274.

Getty c. 2 includes 3 plates not part of work as published. Facing p. 228: etching of theater masks. Between p. 234 & 235: sheet "gravé par Stagnon, revu par Choffard," captioned "Peintres découvertes à Herculanum & conservées dans le Muséum de Portici"; it bears two plates numbered 92 & 93 taken from Saint Non's Voyage pittoresque, ou, Description des royaumes de Naples et de Sicile (Paris, 1781-86). Facing p. 270: etching of a ceramic fragment, labelled in MS "PL. IX."

Binding, c. 1: vellum, author & title on spine in gilt, page edges yellow. Theodore Besterman's caligraphic label, signed P.S. Property stamp on t.p. of Biblioteca Magn[3-4 letters], Città di Bolo[gna], 1816. Inscription at foot of t.p. scratched out.

Binding, c. 2: 19th-century marbled paper, backed in gilt-tooled leather incorporating title. Edges red. Two ownership inscriptions of Jesuit College, Paris. Property stamp on t.p. of Jesuits in Marseille. Bookseller's label of A.F. Voltaire, Marseille.

Other Titles
De urbis ac Romani olim imperii splendore

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[8], 168, 169/170, 171/172, 173-437, [15] p., [6] leaves of plates (some folded) :
Number of pages
437

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OL25528440M
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devrbisacromanio00casa

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