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Di Michele Riccio Napolitano De Re di Francia Librii. De Re d'Ispagnia. Libri III. De Red di Gierusalem Lib I. De Re di Napoli, & di Sicilia. Lib IIII. De Re di Vngaria. Libri II. Dal Latino, tradotti in questa nostra lingare da M. Giovanni Tatti Florentino. Con Priuilegio dell'Illustrissimo Veneto, per anni dieci.
In Vinegia. Appresso Vincenzo Vaugris al segno d'Erasmo 1543 - FIRST EDITION of this translation. 8vo, 156 x 102 mms., foliated, 90, [6], with contemporary name on title-page , printer's ornament on title-page and repeated on verso of last leaf but two, contemporary or slightly later calf, with panels in blind on each cover, with initials "W S" within panels, green morocco label with spine and label neatly restored and laid down; no front paste-down end-paper,some slight soiling of title-page and next leaf, but a very good to fine copy. Michele Riccio (1445 - 1515) was a historian, jurist, and an ambassador, a disciple of Pietro Pietro Summonte. The text of his lives of various European kings and rulers is preceded by a preface written by the translator, Marco Antonio Giustiniano. [Attributes: First Edition]
      [Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB]
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