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Niccolò di Lorenzo della Magna and the Social World of Florentine Printing, ca. 1470–1493

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Publication Date: 04/06/2021

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  • Introduction
  • I. The Introduction of Printing in Florence
    • 1. Bernardo Cennini and His Family Enterprise, 1471–1472
    • 2. Giorgio di Niccolò Baldesi, Giovanni di Piero da Magonza, and Partners, 1470–1473
    • 3. Wool Trade and Printing
  • II. Niccolò di Lorenzo della Magna’s First Years of Activity
    • 4. In the Service of the Mercanzia, 1464–1475
    • 5. The Collaboration with Giovanni di Piero da Magonza, and Marsilio Ficino’s De Christiana religione, ca. 1474–1476
    • 6. Cappone Capponi and His Circle, 1475–1480
    • 7. Printing for the Convent of Santo Spirito, ca. 1476–1477
    • 8. Institutional and Private Commissions, ca. 1476–1480
    • 9. The End of the Company, 1480–1482
  • III. At the Peak of Niccolò di Lorenzo’s Career
    • 10. A Work Proposal for the Ripoli Press, 11 November 1480
    • 11. Cristoforo Landino’s Commented Edition of Dante’s Divine Comedy (1481)
    • 12. From Cristoforo Landino’s Disputationes camaldulenses (1480?) to Francesco Berlinghieri’s Geographia (1481–1482)
    • 13. From Niccolò Perotti’s Rudimenta grammatices (1483) to Saint Gregory’s Morali (1483–1486)
    • 14. Baptista Siculus and Leon Battista Alberti’s De re aedificatoria (1485)
  • Epilogue
  • Abbreviations
  • Appendix A. Books Printed by Niccolò di Lorenzo della Magna or Attributed to His Press
  • Appendix B. Documents
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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