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Leandro Alberti - Descrittione di tutta l'Italia e Isole pertinenti or Description of all of Italy and Islands - 1576-1577

BEAUTIFUL EXPANDED EDITION of "Descrittione di tutta l'Italia e Isole pertinenti" (Description of all of Italy and Islands) by Leandro ALBERTI (1479-1552), published in Venice, 1577. The first edition was published in 1550 and described all the regions of Italy but was without the major Mediterranean islands present here such as Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica, Malta and the smaller islands such as Capri, Ischia, Elba, Aeolian, Egadi, Tremiti, Cyclopes, etc... In this work the scholar ALBERTI describes all the Italian regions and thousands of cities both from a geographical and historical point of view and in particular he focuses with rich documentation on the history of the Vatican State, the Roman Empire, the origin of Venice and part of its possessions such as Dalmatia and Istria. Original antique binding in rigid parchment in good condition, text with pages almost free of defects. TWO volumes in ONE, each with its own title and date. Good copy of the most important work of the historian Leandro ALBERTI, the book begins with the first part (1577) dedicated to the North West of Italy (Liguria and Piemonte) then explores in detail Tuscany, Umbria, Lazio and the Vatican State (with history and list of Roman Emperors and Popes), Campania, Basilicata, Calabria, Puglia, Abruzzo, Molise, Marche, Emilia-Romagna, Lombardia, Veneto and Friuli. The second part (1576) is entitled “Islands belonging to Italy” (Isole appartenenti all’Italia) and is dedicated to Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica, Malta and smaller islands in the Mediterranean. The work ends with a long description of Venice and his kingdom. Good copy of the most important work of the historian Leandro ALBERTI. Title: Descrittione di tutta l'Italia & Isole pertinenti ad essa. Di F. Leandro Alberti Bolognese. Nella quale si contiene il sito di essa, l'origine, & le signorie delle Città, & dè Castelli; co'i nomi antichi, & moderni; i costumi de popoli, & le conditioni, de paesi. Et di più gl'huomini famosi, che l'hanno illustrata; i monti, i lagi, i fiumi... Description of all of Italy and the islands pertaining to it. By F. Leandro Alberti from city of Bologna. Which contains the site of it, the origin, the lordships of the cities, of the castles; with ancient and modern names; the customs of peoples and the conditions of countries. And even more, the famous men who described it, the mountains, the lakes, the rivers...). Published in Venice by Gio. Maria Leni, 1577 and 1576. Text in Italian and Latin. Description: 1 volume in 4to size: H 225 x W 185 mm or 8.9 by 7.3 inches. Two parts in one volume, each with its own title and different date 1577 and 1576. Pages [32], 501 [i.e.503, 1]; 69 [i.e. 96, 4]. Typographic brand on the title page, text within a typographical frame, several drop caps and decorative vignette in the text, light water stain on the lower white margin of the last 70 pages which does not affect the text, otherwise pages are clean, well printed, in excellent condition and almost free from defects. Ancient binding in rigid parchment, solid and in good condition, spine with 4 bands, slight defects on the edges, boards and corners. Membership signature on the title page. The photos are very accurate, so please review carefully. References: Edit 16 CNCE 691; Graesse I, 52; Lozzi, vol. 1, pag. 89 (1557 edition); Adams A479 (1596 edition); Fossati-Bellani n. 284-285 (1557 edition); Adams, 474 (1588 edition); Jeffrey A. White, Chorography as Culture: Biondo Flavio and Leandro Alberti, in Commentaria Classica, vol. 6, 2019, pp. 61-84; Herbermann, Charles, ed. (1913). "Leandro Alberti" . Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton Company; Michele Orlando, La Puglia nell'odeporica domenicana di fra Leandro Alberti, in Rivista di Studi italiani, XXIII, nº 1 (June 2005). Author: Leandro Alberti (1479-1552) was an Italian historian, philosopher and theologian, he was led to humanistic studies by the well-known doctor and humanist Giovanni Garzoni (1419-1505). Having entered the Dominican Order in 1493, he studied theology and philosophy with Silvestro Mazzolini da Prierio (1456-1523) while continuing to cultivate his humanistic and historical interests with Garzoni. In 1524, during the witch hunt in the Duchy of Mirandola, he translated into Italian the dialogue "The Witch or the illusions of the devil" (Strix, sive de ludificatione daemonum) written by Giovanni Francesco II Pico della Mirandola. Alberti's translation is recorded as the first treatise on demonology published in the vernacular. Alberti's most important work is undoubtedly the "Descrittione di tutta Italia" (Description of all Italy), published in Bologna in 1550, a work of geography and history, it largely follows Biondo Flavio (1392-1463) "Italia illustrata" (Illustrated Italy), expanding and improving it in the exposition and citation of sources, but showing little critical spirit. Shipping: via UPS, DHL, National Postal Services, protected, INSURED and fully tracked package. Estimated time for Europe 3-5 working days. Shipping within one working day, you can combine shipping if you purchases several items from us, saving money and time.

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Leandro Alberti - Descrittione di tutta l'Italia e Isole pertinenti or Description of all of Italy and Islands - 1576-1577

Leandro Alberti - Descrittione di tutta l'Italia e Isole pertinenti or Description of all of Italy and Islands - 1576-1577

BEAUTIFUL EXPANDED EDITION of "Descrittione di tutta l'Italia e Isole pertinenti" (Description of all of Italy and Islands) by Leandro ALBERTI (1479-1552), published in Venice, 1577. The first edition was published in 1550 and described all the regions of Italy but was without the major Mediterranean islands present here such as Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica, Malta and the smaller islands such as Capri, Ischia, Elba, Aeolian, Egadi, Tremiti, Cyclopes, etc... In this work the scholar ALBERTI describes all the Italian regions and thousands of cities both from a geographical and historical point of view and in particular he focuses with rich documentation on the history of the Vatican State, the Roman Empire, the origin of Venice and part of its possessions such as Dalmatia and Istria. Original antique binding in rigid parchment in good condition, text with pages almost free of defects.

TWO volumes in ONE, each with its own title and date. Good copy of the most important work of the historian Leandro ALBERTI, the book begins with the first part (1577) dedicated to the North West of Italy (Liguria and Piemonte) then explores in detail Tuscany, Umbria, Lazio and the Vatican State (with history and list of Roman Emperors and Popes), Campania, Basilicata, Calabria, Puglia, Abruzzo, Molise, Marche, Emilia-Romagna, Lombardia, Veneto and Friuli. The second part (1576) is entitled “Islands belonging to Italy” (Isole appartenenti all’Italia) and is dedicated to Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica, Malta and smaller islands in the Mediterranean. The work ends with a long description of Venice and his kingdom. Good copy of the most important work of the historian Leandro ALBERTI.

Title: Descrittione di tutta l'Italia & Isole pertinenti ad essa. Di F. Leandro Alberti Bolognese. Nella quale si contiene il sito di essa, l'origine, & le signorie delle Città, & dè Castelli; co'i nomi antichi, & moderni; i costumi de popoli, & le conditioni, de paesi. Et di più gl'huomini famosi, che l'hanno illustrata; i monti, i lagi, i fiumi... Description of all of Italy and the islands pertaining to it. By F. Leandro Alberti from city of Bologna. Which contains the site of it, the origin, the lordships of the cities, of the castles; with ancient and modern names; the customs of peoples and the conditions of countries. And even more, the famous men who described it, the mountains, the lakes, the rivers...). Published in Venice by Gio. Maria Leni, 1577 and 1576. Text in Italian and Latin.

Description: 1 volume in 4to size: H 225 x W 185 mm or 8.9 by 7.3 inches. Two parts in one volume, each with its own title and different date 1577 and 1576. Pages [32], 501 [i.e.503, 1]; 69 [i.e. 96, 4]. Typographic brand on the title page, text within a typographical frame, several drop caps and decorative vignette in the text, light water stain on the lower white margin of the last 70 pages which does not affect the text, otherwise pages are clean, well printed, in excellent condition and almost free from defects. Ancient binding in rigid parchment, solid and in good condition, spine with 4 bands, slight defects on the edges, boards and corners. Membership signature on the title page. The photos are very accurate, so please review carefully.

References: Edit 16 CNCE 691; Graesse I, 52; Lozzi, vol. 1, pag. 89 (1557 edition); Adams A479 (1596 edition); Fossati-Bellani n. 284-285 (1557 edition); Adams, 474 (1588 edition); Jeffrey A. White, Chorography as Culture: Biondo Flavio and Leandro Alberti, in Commentaria Classica, vol. 6, 2019, pp. 61-84; Herbermann, Charles, ed. (1913). "Leandro Alberti" . Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton Company; Michele Orlando, La Puglia nell'odeporica domenicana di fra Leandro Alberti, in Rivista di Studi italiani, XXIII, nº 1 (June 2005).

Author: Leandro Alberti (1479-1552) was an Italian historian, philosopher and theologian, he was led to humanistic studies by the well-known doctor and humanist Giovanni Garzoni (1419-1505). Having entered the Dominican Order in 1493, he studied theology and philosophy with Silvestro Mazzolini da Prierio (1456-1523) while continuing to cultivate his humanistic and historical interests with Garzoni. In 1524, during the witch hunt in the Duchy of Mirandola, he translated into Italian the dialogue "The Witch or the illusions of the devil" (Strix, sive de ludificatione daemonum) written by Giovanni Francesco II Pico della Mirandola. Alberti's translation is recorded as the first treatise on demonology published in the vernacular. Alberti's most important work is undoubtedly the "Descrittione di tutta Italia" (Description of all Italy), published in Bologna in 1550, a work of geography and history, it largely follows Biondo Flavio (1392-1463) "Italia illustrata" (Illustrated Italy), expanding and improving it in the exposition and citation of sources, but showing little critical spirit.

Shipping: via UPS, DHL, National Postal Services, protected, INSURED and fully tracked package. Estimated time for Europe 3-5 working days. Shipping within one working day, you can combine shipping if you purchases several items from us, saving money and time.

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