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Oxford, Bodleian Library (GB): Auct. 2Q inf. 1.44-45.

ISTC No.ip00385000
AuthorPetrarca, Francesco
TitleTrionfi (comm: Bernardo Lapini da Siena) e Canzoniere (comm: Franciscus Philelphus and Hieronymus Squarzaficus)
ImprintVenice : Bernardinus Rizus, Novariensis, 1488
Format
Languageita
SubjectLiterature
KeywordsCommentary; Poetry; Collection
PeriodHumanist

Description of Copy

Copy Id00202551
Holding InstitutionOxford, Bodleian Library (GB)
ShelfmarkAuct. 2Q inf. 1.44-45.
NoteBodInc-Id: P-159(1)
Other Identifiertip00385000 (TextInc)

Provenance

Provenance nameAlbergati; family of Bologna probably for Ludovico Albergati, who married Lucrezia Bentivoglio, q.v.; coat of arms: azure a bend argent cottised gules.
NoteProvenance: the coat of arms on a4r is that of the Albergati of Bologna, namely azure a bend argent cottised gules; it reappears, slightly damaged, on a3v in the lower left corner. Also on a3v in the lower right corner are the arms of the Bentivoglio of Bologna: per bend dancetté or and gules (see P. Dolfi, Cronologia delle famiglie nobili di Bologna con le loro insegne e nel fine i cimieri (Bologna, 1670), 28-36 and 102-28). Pompeo Litta notes only one marriage between members of these families in the late fifteenth century. Lucrezia was one of the many children of Ludovico Bentivoglio, senatore (active 1428-1469); she married one Ludovico Albergati. In 1488, the date of Rizius' Petrarch, Lucrezia would certainly have been of marriageable age or might have been married for some time, to judge from the age of her father (Litta, xxxi, pl. viii). The prominence of the Albergati arms would be appropriate for her husband or prospective husband. Ex informatione Lilian Armstrong.

Provenance

Provenance nameBentivoglio; family of Bologna probably for Lucrezia, one of many children of Ludovico Bentivoglio, senator (fl. 1428-1469); she married one Ludovico Albergati, q.v.; coat of arms: per bend dancetté or and gules.
NoteProvenance: the coat of arms on a4r is that of the Albergati of Bologna, namely azure a bend argent cottised gules; it reappears, slightly damaged, on a3v in the lower left corner. Also on a3v in the lower right corner are the arms of the Bentivoglio of Bologna: per bend dancetté or and gules (see P. Dolfi, Cronologia delle famiglie nobili di Bologna con le loro insegne e nel fine i cimieri (Bologna, 1670), 28-36 and 102-28). Pompeo Litta notes only one marriage between members of these families in the late fifteenth century. Lucrezia was one of the many children of Ludovico Bentivoglio, senatore (active 1428-1469); she married one Ludovico Albergati. In 1488, the date of Rizius' Petrarch, Lucrezia would certainly have been of marriageable age or might have been married for some time, to judge from the age of her father (Litta, xxxi, pl. viii). The prominence of the Albergati arms would be appropriate for her husband or prospective husband. Ex informatione Lilian Armstrong.

Provenance

Provenance nameUnidentified monogram: L F ; above, the sun between two stars, very small; embossed cipher.

Provenance 1602 -

PlaceOxford (Geonames Id: 2640729)
Areae-uk
Provenance nameOxford, Bodleian library, 1602 - [Corporate body] (University, No characterisation/lay)

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Oxford, Bodleian Library (GB): Auct. 2Q inf. 1.44-45.

ISTC No.ip00385000
AuthorPetrarca, Francesco
TitleTrionfi (comm: Bernardo Lapini da Siena) e Canzoniere (comm: Franciscus Philelphus and Hieronymus Squarzaficus)
ImprintVenice : Bernardinus Rizus, Novariensis, 1488
Format
Languageita
SubjectLiterature
KeywordsCommentary; Poetry; Collection
PeriodHumanist

Description of Copy

Copy Id00202551
Holding InstitutionOxford, Bodleian Library (GB)
ShelfmarkAuct. 2Q inf. 1.44-45.
NoteBodInc-Id: P-159(1)
Other Identifiertip00385000 (TextInc)

Provenance

Provenance nameAlbergati; family of Bologna probably for Ludovico Albergati, who married Lucrezia Bentivoglio, q.v.; coat of arms: azure a bend argent cottised gules.
NoteProvenance: the coat of arms on a4r is that of the Albergati of Bologna, namely azure a bend argent cottised gules; it reappears, slightly damaged, on a3v in the lower left corner. Also on a3v in the lower right corner are the arms of the Bentivoglio of Bologna: per bend dancetté or and gules (see P. Dolfi, Cronologia delle famiglie nobili di Bologna con le loro insegne e nel fine i cimieri (Bologna, 1670), 28-36 and 102-28). Pompeo Litta notes only one marriage between members of these families in the late fifteenth century. Lucrezia was one of the many children of Ludovico Bentivoglio, senatore (active 1428-1469); she married one Ludovico Albergati. In 1488, the date of Rizius' Petrarch, Lucrezia would certainly have been of marriageable age or might have been married for some time, to judge from the age of her father (Litta, xxxi, pl. viii). The prominence of the Albergati arms would be appropriate for her husband or prospective husband. Ex informatione Lilian Armstrong.

Provenance

Provenance nameBentivoglio; family of Bologna probably for Lucrezia, one of many children of Ludovico Bentivoglio, senator (fl. 1428-1469); she married one Ludovico Albergati, q.v.; coat of arms: per bend dancetté or and gules.
NoteProvenance: the coat of arms on a4r is that of the Albergati of Bologna, namely azure a bend argent cottised gules; it reappears, slightly damaged, on a3v in the lower left corner. Also on a3v in the lower right corner are the arms of the Bentivoglio of Bologna: per bend dancetté or and gules (see P. Dolfi, Cronologia delle famiglie nobili di Bologna con le loro insegne e nel fine i cimieri (Bologna, 1670), 28-36 and 102-28). Pompeo Litta notes only one marriage between members of these families in the late fifteenth century. Lucrezia was one of the many children of Ludovico Bentivoglio, senatore (active 1428-1469); she married one Ludovico Albergati. In 1488, the date of Rizius' Petrarch, Lucrezia would certainly have been of marriageable age or might have been married for some time, to judge from the age of her father (Litta, xxxi, pl. viii). The prominence of the Albergati arms would be appropriate for her husband or prospective husband. Ex informatione Lilian Armstrong.

Provenance

Provenance nameUnidentified monogram: L F ; above, the sun between two stars, very small; embossed cipher.

Provenance

PlaceOxford (Geonames Id: 2640729)
Areae-uk
Provenance nameOxford, Bodleian library, 1602 - [Corporate body] (University, No characterisation/lay)

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Last Edit2019-04-10 18:00:00