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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It was printed by the Regia Stamperiathe royal publishing house founded by the Bourbons inand edited by the Royal Herculaneum Academy. Spine with five raised bands, gilt-tooled; title in gold on blue morocco lettering-piece. Woodcut ornament to the title-page, and tailpieces. XVI, pages. Spine tooled in gilt, title in gold on red morocco lettering-piece. Third edition — the first to be printed outside of Italy — of this highly original work, which suggests, with vivid immediacy, the harsh realities of daily life for the Venetian people.
The sale took place in two sessions, in and The catalogue lists forty-six titles published between andalong with the different issues of each edition. The abilities he demonstrated in his studies, even at a very early age, were quickly recognized by his teachers who deemed him worthy of becoming their colleague.
National Edition of the Works of Cesare Beccaria – Mediobanca S.p.A.
The series is divided into del,e parts, each opening with its own title-page: Of these are by Beccaria himself, while the others, hitherto largely unpublished, were by his almost correspondents, including some of the most famous names of the Italian and European Enlightenment.
Ornatista, scenografo, pittore di paesaggio; il viaggiatore che resta a casaArgelato ; Philobiblon, One Thousand Years of Bibliophilyno.
A few leaves browned. Il SettecentoVeneziap.
IV, pages, one folding plate, showing a specimen of papyrus owned by Pinelli. Baubach, Lukian in Deutschland. At eighteen he moved to Rome, where he began working at the Apostolic press De Propaganda Fide, which specialised in exotic alphabet publications.
Nine volumes, large folio x mm. Zompini later etched these drawings under Zanetti’s supervision, and the series was first published in This generally shows higher definition of delld image owing to the medium when the original was more suggestive and perhaps refined, with a greater degree of realism. The first three volumes contain Classical and ‘Oriental’ books 7, titles ; the fourth and fifth volumes include entries of Italian literature, manuscripts, and incunables, along with French, English, and Spanish publications, books on vellum, medals, etc.
Covers within double gilt fillet. Pastedowns and flyleaves in blue paper. Binding worn and rubbed, corners and extremities of the delitit damaged.
Title, imprint, and volume numbering lettered in gilt. A few pencilled bibliographical notes on the rear pastedown. This copy is one of bound in bazzanai. Smooth spine, with inked title and printing date.
Harcourt, Beccaria’s ‘On Crimes and Punishments’: First edition, a later issue probably printed in the late s and early s, of the complete series, in first state, of this precocious manifesto of Piranesi’s historical study of the antiquities of Rome. Spine tooled in gilt; title in gold on morocco lettering-piece. Very rare catalogue issued by the celebrated printer and publisher Giambattista Bodoni outlining his production.
N7 but the final fol. Text written in brown ink. Pinchera, Lusso e decoro. He received his early education at the Chinese College. Small tear to the lower margin of fol. The text focuses on the duties of seamen, insisting on the importance of being educated in navigation and commerce, practicing the duties of hospitality, assisting with shipwrecks, and taking care of the education of their wives and daughters, who were so exposed to the dangers of seduction during the long absences of their husbands and fathers.
It was realised by Bodoni in close collaboration with Ennemond Alexandre Petitotthe latter having been responsible for designing the sumptuous apparatifabulous scenography, and lavish costuming prepared for those festivities.
Parents started removing their children; when finally only six students remained, the school had to be closed down. Complete with the last blank leaf. Ballooning in Europe,p. The extremely rare first edition — in the ‘Austrian’ issue known as ‘A’ — of Foscolo’s masterpiece, which is considered the first Italian epistolary novel. Volume I contains Beccaria’s most famous work Dei delitti e delle pene ‘On Crimes and Punishments’edited by Gianni Francioni, followed by a seminal bibliographical essay on Italian editions of the treatise by Luigi Firpo.
Contemporary marbled cardboards with lettering-piece on the spines. 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.
Large folio x mm. Marsigli, the printer, decided to assemble the material regardless, and he asked the young law student Angelo Sassoli b.
Letteratura artistica: Winckelmann in Milan. Edited by Aldo Coletto and Pierluigi Panza
Spine with gilt title and volume numbering on double morocco lettering-pieces. Contemporary red morocco, over pasteboards. Fine contemporary honey calf, over pasteboards.
His Life and His WorldBostonpp. Complete, including the final leaf with the errataoften lacking in recorded copies. Contemporary uniform bindings, polished honey calf over pasteboards.
Brccaria with six raised bands; gilt title on morocco lettering-piece. Pinelli’s collection was actually purchased from Maffeo’s heirs soon after — for the sum of 6, pounds — by the British bookseller James Edwards together with his partners Robson and Clarke, who intended to sell it at auction in London.
Beccaria advocates an egalitarian pinp system, and traces a new metric for punishment and laws rooted in the concept of public happiness.