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Primo trofeo della Croce eretto in Roma nella via Lata da S. Pietro Apostolo : nel quale si spiegano le prerogatiVe della Chiesa di S. Maria Madre di Dio, le glorie della sua miracolosa Imagine, il principio, e progressi della sua insigne collegiata, li meravigliosi successi delle reliquie di S. Ciriaco, et la fondatione delli santissimi, e nobilissimi monasterij, e chiese delli santi Stefano, Ciriaco e Nicolò di Camigliano / da Fioravante Martinelli romano.

By: Martinelli, Fioravante, active 17th century.
Contributor(s): Barrière, Dominique, approximately 1618-1678.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: In Roma : per Nicolangelo Tinassi, 1655Description: [14], 192, [14] p., [1] leaf of plates : front., ill. (engravings, etchings) ; 24 cm (4to).Subject(s): S. Maria in via Lata (Church : Rome, Italy) -- Early works to 1800 | Rome (Italy) -- Religious life and costoms -- Early works to 1800Online resources: On-line version
List(s) this item appears in: MarkGettyRareBooks
Item type Current location Call number Copy number Status Notes Date due
Printed Books British School at Rome
Closed Access Material
632.MVL.1 (Browse shelf) 1 Available Vellum binding; leather label stamped in gold on spine. | Etched frontispiece missing.
Printed Books British School at Rome
Closed Access Material
632.MVL.1B (Browse shelf) 2 Available Vellum binding. | Annotations on t.p. and on verso and recto of first blank page at the end. | Gift from Mark Getty, Chair of BSR Council, purchased 20/02/2018 at the auction of Sergio Rossetti's Library in Milan (Lot. 146)

Dedication: "Alla Santità di Nostro Signore Alessandro VII Pontefice Ottimo Massimo".

Includes index.

Etched frontispiece and folded view of S. Maria in Via Lata, by Dominique Barrière, one in-text etching, one woodcut; decorative woodcut on t.p., head- and tail-pieces, initials.

Signatures: [sec.]² [dagger]⁴ A-2B⁴ 2C² (2C2+1).

First 3 pages unnumbered; pages 4, 5 and 67 misnumbered 2, 4 and 57.

Schudt 941

Rossetti, S. Rome, a bibliography from the invention of printing through 1899 6734

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