|Title||La secchia rapita : poema eroicomico / di Alessandro Tassoni ; colle dichiarazioni di Gaspare Salviani, romano ; e le annotazioni del Dottor Pellegrino Rossi, modenese |
|Detail Depicted||Paper – Techniques – Watermarks (Front endsheet) |
|Creator/Author||Alessandro Tassoni [Tassoni, Alessandro, 1565-1635]|
Pellegrino Rossi [Rossi, Pellegrino, 1787-1848]
Lodovico Antonio Muratori [Muratori, Lodovico Antonio, 1672-1750]
|Publisher||Presso Giuseppe Bettinelli [Bettinelli, Giuseppe] |
|Place of Publication||Venezia [Italy--Venice] |
|Date of Publication||MDCCLXIII.  |
|Subjects (LCSH)||Italian poetry -- 18th century|
|Genre Heading||Printed books--1701-1800 (18th century)|
|Bibliographic Elements||, xxxviii [i.e., xxxxviii], 488 p. ; 19 cm. (8vo) |
|Printing Method||Letterpress on handmade laid paper |
|Printer||Presso Giuseppe Bettinelli [Bettinelli, Giuseppe] |
|Image Production Process||Woodcuts|
|Binding||Bound in contemporary stiffened vellum, sewn on three cords.|
Headbands sewn on vellum thongs in two colors.
Author and title tooled in gold on spine and stained to resemble a label.
All edges daubed in orange-red and blue, matching the headbands.
|General Notes||Signatures: *-4*[superscript 8] A-2G[superscript 8] 2H[superscript 4] [$4 (-*3, 2H3, 4) signed]; 276 leaves, pp.  i-xxxxviii, 1-15  17-82  84-87  89-289  291-396  398-488 [misnumbering xxxxvi-xxxxviii as xxxvi-xxxviii, 54 as 45, 120 as 2, 354 as 54].|
Printer's mark on title page.
Evidence of hair in paper throughout book.
Gaspare Salviani is a pseud. of the author - OCLC record 28572268.
|Previous Owners||John L. Lievsay |
|Digital Collection||Historical Book Arts Collection |
|Repository||University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division. |
|Repository Collection||Special Collections |
|Call Number||SpecColl Rare Books PQ4663.S4 1763 |
|Digital Reproduction Information||Scanned in RGB color using an Olympus C-2000 Zoom digital camera and saved in.jpg format and resized to 768x600 ppi. 2003 |
|Content||La secchia rapita is based on warfare between the Italian cities of Bologna and Modena in the early 14th-century, during which the Modenese captured Bologna's town well bucket as a trophy. In Tassoni's poem the Bolognese offer entire towns and groups of hostages for their bucket. Every episode begins seriously but ends in some hilarious absurdity. |
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