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Apologeticus Ad Graecos De Principatu Romanae Sedis greek greece
Small 4to. A-E4 [Lacks A1-3, t.p. & dedication] facsimile of t.p. laid-in. First Edition. Disbound, minor foxing. Donato (1456/7-1511) Italian humanist and diplomat born in Venice and died in Rome. ÒHis diplomatic posts included embassies to Innocent VIII, to the city of Luca in 1496, to Alexander VI from 1497 to 1499, to Maximilian I in 1499, to Louis XII of France from 1501 to 1502, and to Julius II in 1505 and again from 1509 to 1511.Ó He served successively as governor of Brescia, Cremona, & Candia. As a humanist, his activities were closely tied to his friend, Ermolao Barbaro. ÒHe was also interested in the schism between the Latin and Greek churches.Ó The ÒPrincipatuÕ was published after his death and was dedicated by his son to Clement VII. [See: Bietenholz, Contemporaries of Erasmus, I, pp. 396-97) Index Aurel. 154.995. EDIT cnce 17627.Sander 2479. [See: P. Rigo, Catalogo e tradizione degli scritti di Girolamo Donato, ÒAtti dellÕAccademia nazionale dei Lincei, Rend. Classe Scienze moraliÓ, XXXI, 197.].
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