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Comentarii d'Antonfrancesco Cirni corso : ne quali si descriue la guerra ultima di Francia, la celebratione del Concilio Tridentino, il soccorso d'Orano, l'impresa del Pignone e l'historia dell'assedio di Malta diligentissimamente raccolta insieme con altre cose notabili; all'illustriss. et eccellentiss. sign. Don Luis Requesens de Zugniga Commendator maggior di Castiglia dell'ordine di Sant'Iago, e dignissimo Ambassiatore di sua Maesta Catolica Presso la santita di Pio V Nostros Signore / Con privileg di Nostro Signore, del Redi Francia, della Republica di Genoa, de Duchi di Fiorenza, d'Urbino, e d'altri Principi.

Author: Cirni, Antonio Francesco, 1520?-1583?.
Production / publication: Roma : Appresso Giulio Accolto, M D LXVII [1567] Description: [4], 132, 129-132 leaves, [1] folded leaf of plates : map ; 20 cm (4to).General note: Signatures: A-2M⁴. Text printed in italic type. Errata: leaf 4v, 1st count. Cirni's dedicatory epistle is addressed to Luis Requesens de Zúñiga, ambassador of the Spanish king Philip II to Rome. Woodcuts: coat of arms of the medieval military order of Knights Hospitaller, flanked by two swords; historiated white initials; ornamental initials; head- and tail-pieces. Binding note: Bound in calf.Other title: Comentarij d'Antonfrancesco Cirni corso.Subject(s): Italy -- History -- 16th century | Malta -- History -- Siege, 1565
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Library A2.12 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available

Past reference numbers inscribed in ink inside front cover.
Initials "FJ.P.F" inscribed in ink inside front cover.
Fragment of Ellis catalogue regarding the item pasted on first flyleaf.
Multiple ownership inscriptions in ink, most crossed out, on the first flyleaf and the title page.
Title page inscribed 1699 in ink.
Annotations in chapters secundo [two], quarto [four] and quinto [five].

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