DEI DELITTI E DELLE PINO BECCARIA PDF
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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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In the first nine volumes, the original blue colour of the spines changes to dark olive. He taught at the Accademia Clementina in Bologna untiland was active as a scenographer at the Teatro Taruffi, also in Bologna.
A very good, uncut copy. Frontispiece with an engraved medallion portrait of Foscolo, in bistro 85×63 mm deoitti, uncounted in the foliation.
Imperial folio x mm.
National Edition of the Works of Cesare Beccaria – Mediobanca S.p.A.
The first edition also appeared with an errata leaf containing twenty-one corrections, likely printed as a separate sheet, and thus now scarcely found. He received his early education at the Chinese College.
A second edition was issued in London inand the complete, four-volume edition of all Baffo’s works Raccolta universale delle opere appeared from the fictional place of Cosmopolis Venice or London in at the expense of the Earl of Pembroke, a great admirer of the poet.
A good copy, light marginal staining to a few leaves, ink spots on the half-title and last plate. A good, genuine copy; some staining and foxing due to the quality of the paper. 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.
A magnificent festival book printed by Bodoni just a year after his appointment as head of the ducal typography, on the occasion of the marriage of Ferdinand, Duke of Parma to the Archduchess of Austria Maria Amalia of Habsburg-Lothringen, Imperial Princess and daughter of Francis I and Maria Theresa.
Spine with six raised bands; gilt title on morocco lettering-piece.
Fine contemporary, possibly French, red straight-grain morocco, over pasteboards. Bipontum inand its production centered on Greek and Latin classics. A few marginal foxing. This copy is one of bound in bazzanai. Contemporary sprinkled calf, over pasteboards.
Letteratura artistica: Winckelmann in Milan. Edited by Aldo Coletto and Pierluigi Panza
Frontispiece, title-page, sixty plates showing Venetian tradesmen, and a final leaf of index, all engraved. He chose a religious path to more easily devote himself to his studies.
Cardinal Gregorio Antonio Maria Salviati. Zompini was active as an engraver for the press of Antonio Zatta, and was responsible for the majority of plates included in Zatta’s celebrated editions of Dante and Petrarch. The Chronicon was edited by Girolamo Francesco Zanetti on the basis of a manuscript then in the possession of the Venetian scholar Apostolo Zenowhose textual version was collated with two codices preserved in the Beccsria Library.
The Bibliotheca Pinelliana is one of the most important private Italian library piho ever to be published.
This translation represents a significant chapter in the history of the great Roman historian’s reception in early modern Europe.
Spine tooled in gilt; title in gold on morocco lettering-piece.
All delltti editions of the work are posthumous. 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.
Wade, Voltaire and Candide: Two bibliographical appendices follow, one on artificial memory, the other on the game of chess. Woodcut decorated initials, head- and tailpieces. Book block partly detached from the binding.
Here Candidethe most perfect of the light-weight parables which were his especial and peculiar forte, was written. A very fine set, minor foxing in places; minor loss to the lower blank corner of fol.
Marbled pastedowns and flyleaves. Marbled pastedowns and flyleaves, inside dentelles in the volumes bound in full morocco. He often worked in partnership with his brothers, Francesco and Luigi. Text in two columns.
A very fine copy. 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.
Obviously, at the end of the eighteenth century the Bull had lost its original function; instead, it was periodically issued for financing the construction or repair of churches and monasteries among other pious initiatives, but the money was also often used for other purposes, thus provoking criticism and polemics.
The texts included are mainly based on the three-volume edition of Lucianus that appeared in Amsterdam in The first edition of the Chronicon Beccarriaa significant medieval source for Venetian dellf.
Un giallo editoriale tra politica e censuraRoma ; R. A second edition was then published in Venice in ; this edition introduced a new title-page and was supplemented with a life of Zompini — who had meanwhile died in — written by Sasso. Of particular interest, for the surprisingly liberal views of the del, are the chapters on women’s rights and duties.
Many of Beccaria’s 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 Edition.
The text focuses on the duties of seamen, insisting on the importance of being educated in delitt and commerce, practicing the duties of hospitality, assisting with shipwrecks, and taking care of the education of their wives and daughters, who selitti so exposed to the dangers of seduction during the long absences of their husbands and fathers.
His fame as a preacher grew rapidly, but he was soon accused of spreading ‘dangerous’ principles of faith. Small tear to the lower margin die fol.