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Then some stone knives that cut like razors, which they used for shaving.
In his chronicle completed inAntonio de Remesal, although describing very briefly the first meeting in Rome without any mention of the giftstated that Betanzos was unsatisfied by the long duration of the prelates’ charges as defined in the Pastoralis Officii and that he informed the Pope of his doubts, so that the Pope reduced the durations in a bulla emitted in Bologna on March 8 thRemesal Anonymous, Inventario semplice di tutte le materie esattamente descritte che si trovano nel Museo Cospiano.
Calpini, in fact, moved from Mexico to Turin only in ; in he donated his Mesoamerican objects to the Museum.
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For unknown reasons, the painting was cofex brought to Rome and ended up in the palace where Parmigianino was staying in Bologna, that is Palazzo Zani, home of his host Dionigi Zani Vasari Marino, Miscellanea erudita n. A case-study of the sixteenth-century term”, Journal of the History of Collections vol. Given the formal and stylistic similarity with the knives owned by Aldrovandi and Cospi, a common provenance could be feasible.
Ulisse’s botanical work was patronized by the Demonioss Grand Dukes Heikamp The provenance of several other featherworks whose history is linked with Italy -among which one formerly in a private collection in Germany- is also source of speculation Heikamp It has been supposed by Pigorini and F.
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Bram Hertz, who stated that it originally came from a collection in Florence Carmichael Codex Cospi, Manoscritto del Messico If the “razorlike” knife matches Alberti’s description, the “big” one poses a length discrepancy 14 that, unless in presence of a measuring error, makes the identification unlikely; moreover, neither Giganti’s description nor Aldrovandi’s engraving clearly show any mosaic on the wooden handle.
The fact that in Clement VII left a work of art to the Zani family could suggest that something similar could have happened inwhen he could have left to Dionigi Zani the Codex Cospi, as well as the abovementioned atlatl and knives.
Includes 5 business days handling time after receipt of cleared payment. A last aspect that we want to mention here is that the data presented so far also add new important elements useful to reconsider the controversial figure of Domingo de Betanzos. For details on the history of Bolognese collection of American objects, see Heikamp ; Laurencich Minelli,,; Laurencich Minelli and Filipetti ; Donattini Other semi-precious stone sculptures -namely, two Mixtec figurines and an Aztec head mounted in a copper frame today in the Museum of Ethnology of Florence Heikamp The data contained in the Giustiniani inventories also provide important information regarding other Mexican objects, including wooden objects covered by mosaic.
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The passage is so interesting that it is worth repeating in its entirety: Interestingly, the majority of the Mesoamerican objects which in our opinion could be in some way linked to Betanzos’ gifts, are of coex Mixtec or Mixteca-Puebla cultural affiliation, a fact that could be a consequence of their origin from the regions where the Dominicans were operating in the years between and Burgoa Afterwards he gave him some very thick masks furnished with turquoises, through which he said the demons were speaking to those peoples.
A last, and unfortunately lost, codex is worth to be mentioned here.
We arrive then to the month of March, on day 3 rd , when the Spanish Brother Domingo of the Order of Preachers, who was coming from the New Indies, that is from the New World, as it was called, paid a visit to the Pope and offered him many things brought from there. If we were to literally believe to the inventory description we should then imagine that the Giustiniani family possessed a today lost codex, maybe a Maya one. See other items More Poscia vi diede stolle, manipuli et granite da camice fatte similmente et degnamente lavorate di dette penne, con altri ornamenti da sacerdoti.
On the life of Gabriele Paleotti, see Prodi In this sense, it is useful to remark here that Giganti worked as secretary of outstanding Bolognese individuals such as Monsignore Lodovico Beccadelli from to and Archbishop Gabriele Paleotti, from to Ulisse admired very much for the high quality of the items.
The synthetic descriptions of the masks in the Medici inventories’ entries have aroused a plethora of hypotheses regarding their identification with actual mosaic masks today held in European museums.
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Collezionismo, scienza e immagine tra cinque e seicento”, in Livorno e Pisa: The relevance of this new information is self-evident, but an obvious problem arises immediately: Thanks to their kind help, we now know that the codex was recorded by Silvo Silva, who took service in Rome on April 1 sta detail that rules out the possibility that the codex was collected by Benedetto during his stay in Bologna Danesi Squarzina, personal communication, April 2 nd Poscia li diede alcune maschere molto grosse fornite di torchine, per le quali diceva parlavano li demoni a quei popoli.
We would never know and we have to admit that the Italian arrival of Codex Vaticanus B remains unknown; anyway, the possibility that it could have been the one owned by Paleotti or one of the other codices arrived in Bologna in should be taken into consideration for further studies. On the other hand, the early history of many important objects shows a clear “Italian connection” whose relationship with the shipments to the Spanish court is, at best, elusive.
Liceti Fortunio, Pyronarcha sive de fulminum natura, Padova, Please enter 5 or 9 numbers for the ZIP Code. It is obvious that the presence of a Mexican codex in Bologna in could be related with Betanzos’ gift of In this perspective, it is important to stress that some of the items that Clement VII received from Betanzos could well have ended up not only in Bologna and Rome but also in Florence and, maybe, in other Italian places; we must also consider that some objects, beside those explicitly described as in possession of Leandro Alberti, could well have remained in Bologna if donated by the Pope to other individuals.