his twenties, Beccaria wrote Dei delitti e delle pene (), a highly influential book that was translated into English in as On. Crimes and Punishments. юз 1 2 Finetti, Trattato della Lingua Ebraica, Siriaica, Samaritans, Arabica, Fenicia, 28 6d — Par, Beccaria, dei Delitti e delle Pene, 3s 6d — ib. 1 Pino, Scielta di Lettere, 2s — — Уел. a Giuftiniano, . 81 Facchinei in effect reacted at length to Beccaria’s writings regarding secret ad uno scritto ches’intitola Note ed osservazioni sul libro Dei delitti e delle pene, Renato Pasta, and Francesca Pino Pongolini, Milan: Mediobanca, , pp.
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On Crimes and Punishments helped to catalyze the American Revolution, and Beccaria’s anti-death penalty views materially shaped American thought on capital punishment, torture and cruelty. A good copy, foxing throughout, the upper margin of a few leaves waterstained.
XVI, pages. Daily life in eighteenth-century Venice. The sale took place in two sessions, in and Engraved head- and tailpieces. Covers within elaborate gilt frames, gilt centrepiece.
National Edition of the Works of Cesare Beccaria – Mediobanca S.p.A.
Many of his publications, as with the present example, had a didactic ddelitti. For the Lexicon Polybianum Schweighauser had likewise relied on materials previously collected by Casaubon, and more recently by the German scholar Johann August Ernesti The last part relates to people who have lost their memory owing to age, disease, or trauma which, in Malebranche’s case, was also a means of recovering it. A total of letters were brought together in chronological order.
The author, the Dominican Domenico Pino, was prior of the monastery when he wrote the book, and thus had access to the conventual archives, which were later dispersed upon the arrival in Milan of Napoleon’s troops.
A very fine copy. Beccaria advocates an egalitarian justice system, and traces a new metric for punishment and laws rooted in the concept beccaaria public happiness.
The first three volumes contain Classical and ‘Oriental’ books 7, titles ; the fourth and fifth volumes include entries of Italian literature, manuscripts, and incunables, along with French, English, and Spanish publications, books on vellum, medals, etc. A very good, wide-margined copy.
Pages are typeset, while all extant leaves, including the preliminaries, are engravings reproducing the text and original woodcuts of the edition. Marcolini’s engraved portrait after the woodcut portrait of the edition, signed by Giuseppe Daniotto Uniformly bound in blue morocco by Pierre-Joseph Bisiaux, beeccaria between and ; the binding of the tenth and last volume uses slightly different leather and tooling, and was probably executed by another binder, possibly after Bisiaux’s death.
A good, genuine copy; some staining and foxing due to selle quality of the paper. Shelfmark ‘L4’ on the front flyleaf. In his fellow student and friend Jacopo Morelli compiled a catalogue of his paintings Catalogo di quadri raccolti dal fu Signor Maffeo Pinelli ed dsi posti in vendita and, upon the request of Maffeo’s stepfather, Daniele Zanchi produced this catalogue of his library. The book therefore represents an important historical resource, chockful of evidentiary material; for example, Pino is able to quote a specific document referring to payment given selitti Leonardo on June Y1 and outer lower corner of fol.
A good copy, light marginal staining to a few leaves, ink spots on the half-title and last plate.
Bipontum inand its production centered on Greek and Latin classics. Many of Delpe writings were at that stage little known or unedited, but Mediobanca, with the whole-hearted support of Franco Venturi, Leo Valiani and Luigi Firpo, chose to honour the memory of Adolfo Tino, its Chairman of over twenty years’ standing who passed away several months previously, with the launch of this National Beccarka. Nardi then explains that in Ancient Roman cuisine, ‘porcus troianus’ referred to pork stuffed with various meats, which, when cut open at the table — often in a spectacular manner — revealed its precious contents, as in the famous Homeric episode of the Trojan horse.
Nine volumes, large folio x mm. Contemporary sprinkled calf, over pasteboards.
GG3 of the fourth volume. It is a full critical edition, with proper philological apparatus including textual variants, appendices including previous manuscript and print editions, commentary and notes, and critical essays providing surveys of previous editions and setting out editorial criteria. Small tear to the lower margin of fol. The text is accompanied by the author’s annotations and an extensive index. Lacking the final leaf with the errata.
Book block partly detached from the binding. As such, it is a remarkable production. Foucillon, Giovanni Battista Piranesieds. July ‘; Bastard’s armorial ex-libris on the rear pastedown of each volume.
The bilingual text in Italian and French was composed by the court librarian Paolo Maria Paciaudi and describes the various celebratory performances: Lynn, The Sublime Invention: Thirty etched plates two titles, dedication to Giovanni Gaetano Bottari dated 20 Julytwo plates of inscriptions and index, and twenty-five views. Third edition — the first to be printed outside of Italy — of this highly original work, which suggests, with vivid immediacy, the harsh realities of daily life for the Venetian people.
Abate, Storia della areonautica italianaMilano ; C. This marvellous copy was once held in the exquisite library collected by Giovanni Giacomo Trivulzio and is mentioned by Gamba with regard to the Paduan Tacitus of A fine copy printed on thick paper.
Tacitus was considered a master of political thought, and a sceptical analyst of political reality; his works could thus offer an interpretation of contemporary political events and the problems of monarchies through discussions of ancient civil wars and the unlimited power of Roman emperors. Inhe obtained permission from the Duke of Parma to open his own atelier and run a parallel business. Covers within elaborate gilt frame of neoclassical decorative elements, at each inner corner a small amphora-shaped tool.
The copperplates were later acquired by the antiquarian John Strangea British resident in Venice between andthrough his delegate Gianmaria Sasso. The first edition also appeared with an errata leaf containing twenty-one corrections, likely printed as a separate sheet, and thus now scarcely found.
Folio x mm. In addition to this position, Cancellieri was also superintendent of the Propaganda printing press. The copies printed in London, as with the present example, have the watermark ’71 Lepard’. The Giardino dei Pensieri of is one of the first books to be printed in a limited and numbered press run, with only thirty-six copies, of which the present copy is numbered fourteen.
Walter Ashburner ; small and partly erased stamps on fol. A fine, beautifully bound set, comprising the four-volume edition of Polybius’ complete works — presented here in the second edition — edited by Johann Schweighauser, and supplemented with his special Lexicon Polybianum.