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Sententia dell' Eccelso Conseglio di Diece. Contra Anzolo Badoer cavalier. | Sententie vanden Hoogen Raedt van de Thiene. Teghens Anzolo Badoer ridder.The Hague, Hillebrant Jacobsz. van Wouw, 1612. 4to. With a woodcut vignette on title-page, 2 woodcut decorated initials (2 series, both arabesque). With the Italian text in italic, the Dutch text in textura and with incidental roman. Sewn in later plain paper wrapper.
Knuttel 1938a; STCN (5 copies); cf. ICCU: PUVE19213 (1612 Venice ed., in Italian only); for Badoer: Diz. Biogr. Italiani 5 (1963) (on First bilingual (Italian and Dutch) edition of a sentence pronounced by the government of the Venetian Republic (the Consiglio dei Dieci or Council of Ten) on 21 April 1612, declaring Anzolo Badoer (in absentia) a traitor, stripping him of his knighthood, confiscating his property, banishing him from the city and the Republic's territories and sentencing him to be hanged, in the original Italian with a parallel Dutch translation. It also offers a reward for his capture dead or alive (4000 ducats if captured in the Republic and 6000 ducats if captured abroad). Anzolo or Angelo Badoer (1565- 1630) was the eldest son of Alberto Badoer (1540-1592), who had served as Venetian ambassador to Spain, the Holy Roman Empire and Rome until his premature death. Anzolo succeeded to his father's knighthood and followed him into diplomatic service as Venetian ambassador to France from 1602 until he came into conflict with the Council of Ten in 1607.With a large "9" on the title-page in red pencil. In very good condition. An important document of dramatic intrigues, here published with a Dutch translation.
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