Cm.26,2x18,4. Pg.148. Legatura in mz.tela editoriale. Numerose illustrazioni, nel testo e fuori testo. 500 gr. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Titel: I TEATRI DI ROMA.
Einband: Copertina rigida
Buchbeschreibung Officina Poligrafica Editrice, Roma, 1905. Copertina rigida. Buchzustand: discrete. Cm.21,6x14,5. Pg.380 .Brossura editoriale. Rinforzo cartaceo al dorso. Esemplare parzialmente intonso. Da rilegare. Una tavola fotografica all'antiporta. 500 gr. Artikel-Nr. 132332
Buchbeschreibung 1856. Brossura. Buchzustand: discrete. Volantino in formato cm.28,6x19,3, privo di firma, in cornicetta decorativa. Segue una divertente ode bacchica in lode del Carnevale. 10 gr. Artikel-Nr. 121961
Buchbeschreibung Roma, Bernabo 1725., 1725. kl.-8°, 1 gest. Frontisp., 199 SS., 3 Bll., zahlr. Holzschnitte (2 ganzs., 2 doppels.), Leder der Zeit mit verg. Rückentitel, Einband berieben, innen nur wenig fleckig, Artikel-Nr. 16089
Buchbeschreibung Roma, Nella libraria ed à spese di Michel'Angelo, e Pier Vincenzo Rossi, all'insegna della Salamandra, 1719., 1719. 8vo. 2 volumes: (XIV, including a frontispiece),643,(1 blank),(4 index); (VI, including a frontispiece),792 p., illustrations, 21 folding plates. Vellum 17 cm (Ref: ) (Details: Two thongs laced through the joints. Back with 5 raised bands. 'Second compartment' painted greenish, showing faded gilt lettering. Volume 1, 'Roma antica', and volume 2, 'Roma moderna' are profusely illustrated with numerous engravings and woodcuts in the text. The folding plates are after A. Alamanus, and in fine condition. The frontispieces depicts a monument on top of which sits 'Dea Roma'. On the pedestal is depicted the coat of arms of Pope Clement XI, pope from 1700 to his death in 1721. At the foot of the pedestal Tibur and the she-wolf with her famous twins. The monument is flanked by 2 obelisks. The woodcut printer's mark depicts a crowned salamander, that is surrounded by flames. The salamander symbolizes durability and stability, and was thought to be invulnerable to flames)(Condition: Parchment slightly soiled; remains of 2 small paper labels on the backs; right upper corner of the last 100 pages of volume 1 slightly warped by moist) (Note: This guide is a compilation of works of many classical scholars, antiquaries, archaeologists and historians who wrote about the city of Rome, ancient and modern, ever since the Renaissance. First mentioned on the title is the Italian classical scholar Bartolomeo Marliani, 1488-1566, who published in 1534 in Rome his 'Antiquae Romae topographia, libri septem', a famous guide to the ancient monuments of the 'caput mundi' Rome, accompanied by illustrations and mainly based on classical sources, literary and epigraphic, but also on the results of archaeological finds. Marliani produced in 1544 a new revised and augmented edition, with the title 'Urbis Romae topographia'. The 'Topographia' received considerable success and saw several editions, integral and distilled in epitome, and was translated in several languages. An Italian version was published by Hercules Barbarasa in 1548. The work, or even parts of it, was often reissued with additions or together with the writings of other antiquaries until the eighteenth century, both in Italy and abroad. (Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani - Volume 70 (2008)) The Augustinian historian and antiquary Onofrio Panvinio, or Onuphrius Panvinius, 1529-1568, is considered one of the greatest church historians and archaeologists of his time. He wrote on the topography and the inscriptions of Rome, and on its ancient and medieval history. An important feature of this work is that it furnishes information about ancient remains and inscriptions still existing when it was written, but which have vanished since then, and that it tells about contemporary discoveries of antiques. The title of the second volume mentions first the Cardinal Cesare Baronio, or Caesar Baronius, 1538-1607, a renowned ecclesiastical historian, famous for his 'Annales Ecclesiastici' on the history of Medieval Rome. The Spanish Dominican Alfonso Ciaconio, or Don Alphonsus Ciacconius, 1530-1599, was an expert on ancient Graeco-Roman and Paleo-Christian epigraphy, Medieval paleography and manuscripts, and the history of the papacy. This 1719 edition is a reissue of the edition of 1697, also published by Rossi. It was apparantly a best-seller, for the Rossi brothers reissued the guide in 1708, 1719 (this guide), and 1727) (Provenance: On the front pastedown in old ink: 'J. Locke Ganborough') (Collation: Volume 1: pi1 (frontispiece), +6, A-2F8, 2G (minus blank leaf 2G8), 2H-2V4, 2X8, 2Y8 (leaf 2Y7 blank; minus the blank leaf 2Y8), Z-A8, 3B2 (leaf 3B2 blank) Volume 2: pi1 (frontispiece), chi2, A-2Z8, 3A6 (minus blank leaf 3A6), 3B-3F4, 3G (minus leaf 3G4) (Photographs on request) 2000 gr. Artikel-Nr. 120132
Buchbeschreibung nella Stamparia d'Andrea Fei, in Roma, 1641. p.pelle cord coeva. Piccoli naturali difetti alla copertina ottimo stato generale di conservazione Ritratto di Urbano VIII inciso ad inizio volume. Corredato di altre 170 incisioni a piena pagina. Testo in 4 lingue non numerate con 171 tavv.f.t. incise all'acquaforte p. 4 parti in 1 volume oblungo. Artikel-Nr. 15431