Incunabula Short Title Catalogue


Rituale Romanum

ISTC No.ir00200600
TitleRituale Romanum
ImprintFlorence : Antonius Francisci, Venetus, 5 Mar. '1476' [i.e. 1486]
ImprintAntonio di Bartolommeo Miscomini,
Format
NotesIGI interpreted the colophon 'per Antonium Francisci uenetum" to mean Antonio di Bartolommeo Miscomini, corrected by Rhodes. BMC VI xvii implies that the book should be dated 1496 using the type 130G of Laurentius de Alopa, Antonius Francisci's brother. However, Antonius Francisci is not known to have been active in Florence after about 1490. Although he is only known to have been active in Firenze in 1487-89, it seems more likely that the book was printed by Antonius Franciscus in 1486; Alopa's type 130G was in use by Pachel and Scinzenzeler as early as 1478 (BMC VI 665)
Reference worksR 715; Rhodes(Firenze) 593; IGI 8383; GW M38238
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2010. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 89 - Printing in Florence Part IV, FL 427

Holdings

ItalyFirenze N (Magl. F.6.13 imperfect, wanting first leaf and f. 6; ff. 2, 3, 4 fragment)
Milano N
Napoli N
Number of holding institutions3
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:43:06
 


Rituale Romanum

ISTC No.ir00200600
TitleRituale Romanum
ImprintFlorence : Antonius Francisci, Venetus, 5 Mar. '1476' [i.e. 1486]
ImprintAntonio di Bartolommeo Miscomini,
Format
NotesIGI interpreted the colophon 'per Antonium Francisci uenetum" to mean Antonio di Bartolommeo Miscomini, corrected by Rhodes. BMC VI xvii implies that the book should be dated 1496 using the type 130G of Laurentius de Alopa, Antonius Francisci's brother. However, Antonius Francisci is not known to have been active in Florence after about 1490. Although he is only known to have been active in Firenze in 1487-89, it seems more likely that the book was printed by Antonius Franciscus in 1486; Alopa's type 130G was in use by Pachel and Scinzenzeler as early as 1478 (BMC VI 665)
Reference worksR 715; Rhodes(Firenze) 593; IGI 8383; GW M38238
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 2010. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 89 - Printing in Florence Part IV, FL 427

Holdings

ItalyFirenze N (Magl. F.6.13 imperfect, wanting first leaf and f. 6; ff. 2, 3, 4 fragment)
Milano N
Napoli N
Number of holding institutions3
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:43:06