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Il duello, R.1.41 (Paisiello, Giovanni)
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Trivia About Il duello: Chi vi No trivia or quizzes yet. Copy belonging to issue B, with the date in the colophon.
De duello, vel De re militari in singulari certamine (Paride del Pozzo)
Some foxing and browning, light damp stain in the upper right corner of the last leaves from gathering AA , worm hole and track going through the inner margin of half of the volume but not affecting the text. Contamporary overlapping vellum, red morocco lettering piece on spine lacking ties, soiled.
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Fifth edition of this very successful work on duel and chivalrous matters printed fifteen times by Giolito since the first edition of Muzio had gained fame as an expert on dueling and honor matters already around , when Alfonso d'Avalos, Marquis of Vasto, called him by his side in Milan. Girolamo Muzio, a native of Padua, studied law in his native city. He spent some time at the court of Emperor Maximilian I and stopped at Capo d'Istria, the birthplace of his father, where he met again his early friend Pier Paolo Vergerio, papal diplomat, who later became a reformer.
For a while he was at Ferrara and became an ardent admirer of Tullia d'Aragona, the famous courtesan and poetess.