THE I TATTI RENAISSANCE LIBRARY
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The I Tatti Renaissance Library 10

Later Travels

Cyriac of Ancona

Edited and translated by Edward W. Bodnar

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$35.00 • £28.95 • €31.50

ISBN 9780674007581

Publication Date: 02/17/2004

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496 pages

5-1/4 x 8 inches

10 halftones, 1 map

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  • Introduction
  • Map
  • Illustrations
  • December 1443 to 4 May 1444: Ascoli Piceno to Foglia Nuova
    • 1. To Emperor John VIII Palaiologos, after 26 February 1444, off Euboea
    • 2. To Cardinal Giuliano Cesarini, 3 December 1443, Ragusa
    • 3. To Andreolo Giustiniani-Banca, 29 March 1444, Chios
    • 4. To Andreolo, 2 April 1444, Foglia Nuova
    • 5. To Andreolo, 27 March 1444, Manisa
    • 6. To Andreolo, 24 April 1444, Foglia Nuova
    • 7. To Andreolo, 4 May 1444, Foglia Nuova
  • 22 May to 21 July 1444: Adrianople and Constantinople
    • 8. To Andreolo, 22 May 1444, Adrianople
    • 9, 9a, 9b1. To ?Andreolo, 12 June 1444, Adrianople
    • 9b2. To Andreolo, 18 June 1444, Adrianople
    • 10. To ?John Hunyadi, 12 June 1444, Adrianople
    • 11. To ?John Hunyadi, 24 June 1444, Galata/Pera
    • 12. To ?Andreolo, 19 July 1444, Constantinople
    • 13. To Andreolo, 21 July 1444, Constantinople
  • 25 July 1444 to 25 February 1445: The Propontis and Northern Aegean
    • Diary I: Travels in the Propontis, 25 July to 12 August 1444 (including letter 14)
    • 14. To Raffaele Castiglione, 12 August 1444, Perinthus
    • 15. To Andreolo, 27 August 1444, Constantinople
    • 16. To Giuliano Cesarini, 12 and 19 September 1444, Constantinople
    • Diary II: Travels in the Northern Aegean, 20 September 1444 to January 1445 (including letters 17 and 18)
    • 17. To George Scholarios, 29 September 1444, Imbros
    • 18. To an unknown addressee, 29 September 1444, Imbros
    • 19. To Giovanni Pedemontano, January 1445, Ainos
    • 20. To Boruele Grimaldi, 19 January 1445, Ainos
    • 21. To Andreolo, 25 February 1445, Lemnos
  • April to December 1445: The Cyclades and Crete
    • 22. To Andreolo, 4 April 1445, Mykonos
    • Diary III: Travels in the Cyclades, April 1445
    • 23. To Niccolò Zancarolo, 5 July 1445, Cydonia, Crete
    • 24. To ?Andreolo, 15 July 1445, Cydonia
    • Diary IV: Travels in Crete, July to October 1445 (including letters 25 and 26)
    • 25. To Melchiore Bandini, 12 August 1445, Candia, Crete
    • 26. To M. Lepomagno, ?October 1445, ?Candia
    • 27. To Andreolo, 7 November 1445, Candia
    • 28. To Andreolo, December 1445, Paros
  • 13 January to 8 April 1446: Chios, Miletus, Lesbos, Foglia Nuova
    • 29. To Andreolo, after 13 January 1446, Chios
    • 30. To Andreolo, after 1 February 1446, ?Miletus
    • 31. From Andreolo to Buonaccorso Grimani, 12 February 1446, Chios
    • 32. To Andreolo, 2 March 1446, Khardamyla, Chios
    • 33. To Andreolo, 6 March 1446, Kalloni, Lesbos
    • 34. To Andreolo, 13 March 1446, Mytilene, Lesbos
    • 35. To Andreolo, 8 April 1446, Foglia Nuova
  • 20 April to August 1446: Manisa, Foglia Nuova, Galata/Pera
    • 36. To Andreolo, 20 April 1446, Manisa
    • 37. To Andreolo, 11 May 1446, Foglia Nuova
    • 38. To Franzesco di Drapieri, 15 August 1446, Galata/Pera
    • 39. To Baldassare Maruffo, after 21 August 1446, ?Galata/Pera
  • 13 February to 18 May 1447: Chios and Environs
    • 40. To Andreolo, 13 February 1447, Foglia Nuova
    • 41. To Andreolo, 20 February 1447, Foglia Nuova
    • 42. To Andreolo, 22 February 1447, Foglia Nuova
    • 43. To Andreolo, 16 April 1447, Homerica, Chios
    • 44. To Cyriac in Chios from Domenico Grimani, 20 May 1447, Rhodes
    • 45. To Andreolo, 28 May 1447, Chios
  • 30 July 1447 to October 1448: The Peloponnesus, Epirus
    • Diary V: Travels in the Peloponnesus, 30 July 1447 to 17 April 1448
    • 46. Diary fragment: Account of a royal hunt, 8–13 September 1448, Arta in Epirus
    • 47. To Niccolò Ansalone from Pasquale Sorgo, 11 September 1448, copied by Cyriac in Arta
    • 48. Diary fragment: Dodona and Rhogous, 18 October 1448, Arta
    • 49. To Egidio of Megara, after 19 October 1448, Arta
  • 24 June to 8 July 1449: Return to Italy
    • 50. To Roberto Valturio, 24 June 1449, Ravenna
    • 51. To Roberto Valturio, after 24 June 1449, Ravenna
    • 52. On Donatello’s statue of Gattamelata, ?June 1449, Padua
    • 53. In praise of Rogier van der Weyden, 8 July 1449, Ferrara
  • Biographical Notes
  • Note on the Texts
  • Notes to the Text
  • Notes to the Translation
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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