Petrarcha con doi commenti sopra li sonetti et canzone. El primo del ingeniosissimo misser Francesco Philelpho. L'altro del sapientissimo misser Antonio da Tempo nouamente addito. Ac etiam com lo commento del eximio misser Nicolo Peranzone, overo Riccio Marchesiano sopra li Triumphi, con infinite nove acute et excellente expositione

Autore: PETRARCA, Francesco (1304-1374)

Tipografo: Bernardino Stagnino

Dati tipografici: Venezia, 8-28 marzo 1522


NICE COPY IN CONTEMPORARY BLIND-TOOLED CALF

Two parts in one volume, 4to (177x115 mm). CXVIII, [2]; [12], CXL leaves. Collation: A-P8; a42A8 AA-QQ8 RR12. Leaves P8 and 2A1 are blank. Title page within an ornamental border, several decorated initials, and 6 full-page woodcuts in the text. Printer's device on the title page and at l. P7r just beneath the colophon of part 1; colophon of part 2 at l. RR12r. Contemporary blind-tooled calf, spine with three raised bands, manuscript title on lower edge (hinges and part of the spine skillfully repaired). Old annotations on the flyleaves by different hands, one of which has copied Petrarch's epitaph. Some light marginal staining, small wormhole on the title page and on l. LXVII slightly affecting the text, all in all a very good, genuine copy.

 

Fourth Bernardino Stagnino edition, a reprint of the 1508 edition issued by Gregorio de Gregoris for Stagnino. The latter printed the Canzoniere and the Trionfi also in 1513 and 1519.  The text is based upon the 1501 Aldine edition and is accompanied by the classical commentaries of Francesco Filelfo and Girolamo Squarciafico, appeared for the first time respectively in 1476 and 1484, and by that of Antonio Da Tempo (first printed in 1471). The other commentary on the Trionfi announced in the title and attributed to Nicolo? Peranzone, was actually written by Bernardo Lapini called Ilicino, professor of medicine in Siena and Ferrara and physician at the Gonzaga court (first edition: Bologna, 1475) (cf. S. Pillinini, Bernardino Stagnino. Un editore a Venezia tra Quattro e Cin- quecento, Rome, 1989, p. 65).

 

Edit 16, CNCE33353; Adams, P-796; Sander, 5626; Olschki, Choix, 10595; W. Fiske-M. Fowler, Catalogue of the Petrarch Collection, London, 1916, pp. 91-92; Pillinini, op. cit., no. 133.


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