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Biblioteca Universitaria di Bologna. Inventario post mortem del marchese Vincenzo Giustinani,f. VI,pp.

Benzoni, Maria Matilde, La cultura italiana e il Messico. The fact that cazasores Clement VII left a work of art to the Zani family could suggest that something similar could have happened inwhen he could have left to Dionigi Zani the Codex Cospi, as well as the abovementioned atlatl and knives.

Giovio’s codex was then probably preserved in the rich library he had in his museum in Borgo Vico, whose items were unfortunately lost in later years. Massimo Donattini helped with the discussion of several important points; Silvia Danesi Squarzina and Luisa Capoduro kindly helped with important information regarding the Giustinani family inventories.

Codex Cazadores De Demonios 5a Edición

Gabriele Paleotti was born in Bologna on October 4 th; doctor in law inhe was canonist of Bologna cathedralsat on the Roman tribunal of the Rotahe was then canonist in the Trento councilCardinal and Bishop of Bologna and, infirst Archbishop of Bologna; having renounced Bologna, he became bishop of Albano and then of Sabina for staying in Rome.

Contact the seller – opens in a new window or tab and request a shipping method to your location. The synthetic descriptions of the masks in the Medici inventories’ entries have aroused a plethora of hypotheses regarding their identification with actual mosaic masks today held in European museums.

Musti, Bologna, Costa Editore, [] Learn more – opens in new window or tab. This item will be shipped through the Global Shipping Program and includes international tracking. If Alberti’s knife had a visible blade of approximately 6,32 cm and a handle between 12 and 17 cm approximate lengths of the known similar mosaic handlesits total length would have been between 18 and 24 cm, still too small to match the approx.


IV, ; Sassu The item you’ve selected was not added to your cart. Poi alquanti coltelli di pietra che tagliavano come rasori, per li quali si radevano.

Among these things, I received some books, knives, and the big knife used to kill men to sacrifice them to their idols, which I gave to Mr. Add to watch list.

It is thus possible that Vincenzo Giustiniani received the codex either in Bologna or, most probably, in Rome, and that he later passed it to his nephew Benedetto: Learn More – opens in a new window or tab. Going back to the codices arrived demojios Bologna inform Alberti’s words we can assume that Clement VII didn’t leave all the codices in Bologna and probably some of them were thus brought to Rome or to Florence, home of the Medici family.

Oct 15, Get an immediate offer. A last aspect that we want to mention here is that the data presented so far also add new important elements useful to reconsider the controversial figure of Domingo de Betanzos. Et per tali coltelli, se conobbe di che sorte fussero quelli coltelli deli quali parla la Drmonios quando dice il signore ‘Fami li coltelli di pietra da circoncidere’.

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Codex Cazadores De Demonios 5a Edición

The identification of Domingo de Betanzos as the almost anonymous donor of the Mexican objects to Clement VII in Bologna in allowed us to combine the information recorded by the Bolognese Dominican Leandro Alberti with those contained in other Dominican chronicles recording a previous encounter in Rome. Onde parvi di conoscere quel che habbiano nella scrittura descrivendo l’ apparato del tabernacolo de Iddio ove comandava che opere plumario se dovesse ornare.

Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Interestingly, the Medici family also possessed, at least since the 17 th century, dejonios knife whose description in an eighteenth-century inventory clearly shows that it was composed by an obsidian prismatic blade with a wooden handle covered in serpent skin Heikamp MinnesotaNew York 8.


Cazsdores Bolognese origin is also a gilded cazzadores, today in the Pigorini Museum, that was donated by Valerio Zani the same donor of the Codex Cospi to the Aldrovandi Museum between andwhen the Museum was housed in Palazzo Pubblico Heikamp Learn More – opens in a new window or tab Any international shipping and import charges are paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc.

Danesi Squarzina, gave coded positive result. Then some stone knives that cut like razors, which they used for shaving. The absence of both masks in an earlier inventory suggests that also the first one recorded as existing in entered the collection later than ; unfortunately, no information on their origin is given, so that we cannot know if their first recording in the collection’s inventories coincided with their arrival in Italy or if they could had been previously held in some other Italian or Florentine collection.

It is not clear if the codex owned by Paleotti was the same that Alberti gave to Achillini or if it could be a different codex brought by Betanzos, maybe one of those that remained in Alberti’s hands. He was friends with Aldrovandi whom he bestowed some items upon i. A second possibility is that, if the Codex Cospi was not the one seen by Teodosio degli Albonesi in the Paleotti library, it could have been anyway the codex given by Alberti to Achillini.

Warhammer 40K – Cities of Death 4th Ed. If the “razorlike” knife matches Alberti’s description, the “big” one poses a length discrepancy 14 that, unless in presence of a measuring error, makes the identification unlikely; moreover, neither Giganti’s description nor Aldrovandi’s engraving clearly show any mosaic on the wooden handle.