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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The present set has a very interesting provenance, as the volumes were given as a gift by a then-young Charles James Monk — the English politician who sat in the House of Commons between and — to his friend Edmund Rodney Pollexfen Bastard, son of a lino Tory politician. Covers within triple gilt fillet. A troubled publication, between French Revolutionism and Austrian Conservatism. Bodoni left Rome in with the intent of relocating to England, but was forced to stay beccadia Piedmont due to a severe illness.
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Flyleaves renewed, lower corners restored. During the s de,itti s Piranesi made a few changes to the plates and, bywhen he finally moved to a large house in Strada San Felice, from which he published and dele his prints for the rest of his life, the second edition of the Prima Parte was ready.
A very good copy. Insignificant paper flaws to the lower margin of fol. The Prussian authorities were not enthusiastic about this eccentric man beccaeia his ‘dangerous’ ideas, and decided to investigate the practices at the school. The circle of which they form part has been skilfully and painstakingly reconstructed by the volume editors, giving a wide-ranging and systematic historical overview of the cultural and social milieu of the time.
The second and the third parts were lost — as were becxaria Scotti’s papers — during the raid of his house in Procida. Covers within blind-ruled fillet. 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 to Leonardo on June A very fine copy.
The second part deals with precocious, learned men like Ermolao Barbaro and Giacomo Leopardi, who was able to learn Greek without a teacher at the age of sixteen. Covers framed within large gilt frame.
Marbled pastedowns and flyleaves. Woodcut headpiece on fol. Marsigli, the printer, decided to del,e the material regardless, and he asked the young law student Angelo Sassoli b.
A very good, wide-margined copy. Marbled pastedowns and flyleaves, green silk bookmark, red edges.
National Edition of the Works of Cesare Beccaria – Mediobanca S.p.A.
Lester, Giambattista Bodonipp. Title in gold on brown morocco lettering-piece.
A few years later the work was also published in London with English translations of the original verse captions written in Venetian dialect by a certain Questini, priest of Santa Eelitti Mater Domini and a friend of Zompini and Zanetti. Rose-pink silk pastedowns; flyleaves either in rose-pink silk and in vellum. A set in very fine condition, insignificant browning in places.
July ‘; Bastard’s armorial ex-libris on the rear pastedown of each volume. The vast project involved several scholars, and the reports were supplemented with magnificent illustrations by prominent artists of the time, including Camillo Paderni, director of the Royal Herculaneum Museum at Portici, and court artists who had obtained permits to draw the objects, including Anton Raphael Mengs, Luigi Vanvitelli, and Giovanni Battista Casanova.
In fact, the copies known are often found lacking many of the frontespieces. The explanatory notes of the two vignettes — ‘Die Lilie im Garten’ and ‘Jesus im Tempel’ — at the centre of the covers are pasted on the front and rear flyleaves.
The epilogue is tragic as sentimental disappointment and delifti disillusionment lead the young Jacopo to commit suicide.
The series presented here, according to Robison, represents the second of six editions and it is in the fifth of eight issues. Daily life in eighteenth-century Venice. After the suppression of the Order, Cancellieri became librarian to Cardinal Leonardo Antonelliwhose library was at the Palazzo Pamphili in Piazza Navona, a post he held until the Cardinal’s death.
The Dei delitti e delle pene was published in Livorno Tuscany — then one of the most advanced cities in Italy — on 12 Aprilanonymous and without indication of place, for fear of repercussions owing to its strong egalitarianism.
The Bibliotheca Pinelliana is one of the most important private Italian library catalogues ever to be published. Robison 39 late s-early s. This copy also includes nine etchings taken from other Piranesi works: Cei, Bolognapp.
The project as a whole and the man to whose memory it was dedicated thus came to serve as a reaffirmation beccarai Lombard Enlightenment ideology, as if to underline an ongoing commitment to the values and principles which in the eighteenth century had inspired one of the most fertile eras in the civic and intellectual history of Milan. A few minor spots; some leaves slightly browned and waterstained on the lower margin. Contemporary wrappers, small losses to the spine.
The young Milanese nobleman Cesare Beccaria Bonesana composed this work between March and Januarywhile he was an active member of the intellectual circle known as the Accademia dei pugni, founded in Milan in by the brothers Alessandro and Pietro Verri, and Beccaria himself, among others.
A very fine, wide-margined set, printed on strong paper. Gilt and gauffered edges.
Il SettecentoVeneziap. Second edition, fifth issue of Piranesi’s first work: It is of especial art historical interest for showing how the gusto of eighteenth-century Venetian engraving ‘translated’ the illustrations of sixteenth-century woodcuts. The aim is to provide a full history of each of Beccaria’s works, from the very first draft to the final print version published under his supervision. Engraved Comino printer’s delityi at the end. Gazzetta Toscanavol. Foscolo’s Ultime lettere di Jacopo Delke The Last Letters of Jacopo Ortis is a semi-autobiographical work; in epistolary form, it narrates the impossible love of the young patriot Jacopo Ortis for a girl named Teresa, set against a backdrop of the Napoleonic wars in northern Italy.
Letteratura artistica: Winckelmann in Milan. Edited by Aldo Coletto and Pierluigi Panza
Un giallo editoriale tra politica e censuraRoma ; R. Board edges tooled with gilt fillets, inside dentelles.