The Resource Eutichia : comedia di Nicola Grasso Mantouano, intitolata Eutichia : nuouamente corretta, & con ogni diligenza stampata

Eutichia : comedia di Nicola Grasso Mantouano, intitolata Eutichia : nuouamente corretta, & con ogni diligenza stampata

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Eutichia : comedia di Nicola Grasso Mantouano, intitolata Eutichia : nuouamente corretta, & con ogni diligenza stampata
Title
Eutichia
Title remainder
comedia di Nicola Grasso Mantouano, intitolata Eutichia : nuouamente corretta, & con ogni diligenza stampata
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
ita
Cataloging source
DFo
Citation location within source
  • 480
  • p. 311
  • 3257
  • col. 319
  • CNCE 21635
Citation source
  • Clubb, L.G. Italian plays
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • Sander
  • Allacci, L. Drammaturgia
  • EDIT 16
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Grasso, Nicola
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
fl. 1508-1544
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Zoppino, Nicolò
Label
Eutichia : comedia di Nicola Grasso Mantouano, intitolata Eutichia : nuouamente corretta, & con ogni diligenza stampata
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Publication
Note
  • Five-act Renaissance commedia in Italian prose, probably the Grasso play known to have been performed in Urbino during Carnival in 1513, especially since the characters are natives of Urbino, and, as stated in the colophon, the play was transcribed from a copy belonging to Gieronimo Staccoli of Urbino
  • First printed in 1524
  • Colophon: "Finisce la comedia chiamata Eutichia, di Nicola Crasso [sic] Mantouano, poeta non meno ingenioso che lepido & festiuo. Trascritta dallo essemplare del magnifico messer Gieronimo Stuccoli, gentilhuomo Vrbinate. Stampata in Vinegia per Nicolo d'Aristotile detto Zoppino, MDXXX."
  • Signatures: A-F (F blank)
  • Woodcuts: historiated t.p. border; Zoppino's device on last p. (St. Nicholas on the bishop's throne, holding three balls, his traditional emblem, with Zoppino's initial "N")
  • In italic type
Extent
1 online resource (46, [2] leaves)
Form of item
online
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: 18th-century mottled tan calf; triple gilt fillet; ornamental gilt spine; marbled endpapers; edges sprinkled red; green silk bookmark. Purchase, Maggs Bros., 1999.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Eutichia : comedia di Nicola Grasso Mantouano, intitolata Eutichia : nuouamente corretta, & con ogni diligenza stampata
Link
Publication
Note
  • Five-act Renaissance commedia in Italian prose, probably the Grasso play known to have been performed in Urbino during Carnival in 1513, especially since the characters are natives of Urbino, and, as stated in the colophon, the play was transcribed from a copy belonging to Gieronimo Staccoli of Urbino
  • First printed in 1524
  • Colophon: "Finisce la comedia chiamata Eutichia, di Nicola Crasso [sic] Mantouano, poeta non meno ingenioso che lepido & festiuo. Trascritta dallo essemplare del magnifico messer Gieronimo Stuccoli, gentilhuomo Vrbinate. Stampata in Vinegia per Nicolo d'Aristotile detto Zoppino, MDXXX."
  • Signatures: A-F (F blank)
  • Woodcuts: historiated t.p. border; Zoppino's device on last p. (St. Nicholas on the bishop's throne, holding three balls, his traditional emblem, with Zoppino's initial "N")
  • In italic type
Extent
1 online resource (46, [2] leaves)
Form of item
online
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: 18th-century mottled tan calf; triple gilt fillet; ornamental gilt spine; marbled endpapers; edges sprinkled red; green silk bookmark. Purchase, Maggs Bros., 1999.
Specific material designation
remote

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