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Gori, Antonio Francesco, 1691–1757

Museum Etruscum : exhibens insignia veterum Etruscorum monumenta aereis tabulis cc. / nunc primum edita et illustrata observationibus Antonii Francisci Gorii, publici historiarum professoris.

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Musei Etrusci

Mvsevm Etrvscvm

Florentiae : In aedibus auctoris regio permissu excudit Caietanus Albizinius typographus, Anno MDCCXXXVII-MDCCXXXXIII [1737-1743]
Physical Description:
3 v. : ill. ; 37 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DG223 .G67 1737+ Oversize
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
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Half-title: Musei Etrusci.
Engravings by Giuseppe Menabuoni, Vincenzo Franceschini, Antonio Pazzi, Giuseppe Papini, Giovanni Lapi, Jacques Barbié, and Carlo Bartolomeo Gregori, after Giuseppe Menabuoni.
Vol. 3 is dated 1743 and has has title: Museum Etruscum, exhibens insignia veterum Etruscorum monumenta aereis tabulis c. nunc primum edita et illustrata observationibus Antonii Francisci Gori publici historiarum professoris : Adcedunt v. c. Io. Baptistae Passerii I.C. Pisaurensis dissertationes V [i.e. VI.] quas subiectus elenchus declarat nunc primum editae. Volumen tertium.
Colophon at end of v. 2 reads "Florentiae. Opus regio permissu in aedibus aucotis eius sumtibus excusum. Divina ope incoeptum IV. Kal. Februar. A. MDCCXXXVI et III Kap-Septerbr. A. MDCCXXXCII. Feliciter Absolutum.
Date of publication precedes printer statement in imprint. Imprint varies slightly
Title pages printed in red and black, with engraved vignettes.
Engraved head- and tail pieces and initials.
Catalogo ragionato dei libri d'arte e d'antichità posseduti dal conte Cicognara 2584
Includes index.
BAC: All volumes bound in gilt-tooled red roan. Probably bound for Count McCarthy by Robert Weir. Has armorial bookplate: Henry Drummond, Albury Park, Surrey.
Subject Terms:
Art, Etruscan -- Early works to 1800.
Drummond, Henry -- Bookplate.
Etruria -- Antiquities -- Early works to 1800.
Wood engravings -- 1737-1743.
Engravings -- 1737-1743.
Passeri, Giovanni Battista, 1694-1780.
Menabuoni, Giuseppe, approximately 1708-, ill.
Franceschini, Vincenzo, 1680-approximately 1744, engraver.
Pazzi, Antonio, 1706-approximately 1766, engraver.
Papini, Giuseppe, engraver.
Lapi, Giovanni, engraver.
Barbié, Jacques, engraver.
Gregori, Carlo Bartolomeo, 1702-1759, engraver.

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