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1382. TASSOLO Domenico, Trionfi, feste e livree, fatte dai conservatori e popolo romano e da tutte le arti di Roma nell’entrata del Sig. Marc’Antonio Colonna, Venezia 1671, in 6.
Non sono che otto pagine contenenti una lettera elegantissima scritta da Roma al molto Magnifico Messer Annibale da Domenico Tassolo e Baldassare Mariotti.
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I trionfi, feste et livree, fatte dalli signori conservatori & popolo romano, & da tutte le arti di Roma, nella felicissima & honorata entrata dell'illustrissimo signor Marcantonio Colonna [microform].

Publication date(s):
1571
Author:
Tassolo, Domenico.
Imprint:
In Venetia : [s.n.]
Language:
Italian
Cicognara number:
1382
Note(s):
  • BAV no. IVM 105 (4)
  • The entrée of Marcantonio Colonna, commander of the papal squadron at the battle of Lepanto, took place on Dec. 4, 1571. The present account is written in the form of a letter to "molto magnifico M. Annibale" from Domenico Tassolo & Baldassare Mariotti. It is dated at Rome on Dec. 4, 1571 at 3 in the morning.
  • The printer's device on the t.p. (a horse and tower) appears as fig. 224 in G. Zappella, Marche dei tipografi degli editori italiani del cinquecento. But it is there assigned to Sebastiano and Giovanni dalle Donne at Verona, rather than to a printer at Venice; and the small cartouche at the base, which in the present work contains the initials P.Z.F., is there blank. Zappella's fig. 225, however, depicts a different device with horse and tower that includes the initials P.Z.F. It is assigned to Domenico Farri, active in Venice from 1555-1602, suggesting that he is the printer of the present work.
Subject:
Colonna, Marco Antonio, 1535-1584., Festivals -- Italy -- Rome -- Early works to 1800., Lepanto, Battle of, Greece, 1571., Processions -- Italy -- Rome -- Early works to 1800., and Italy
DCL number:
knt