The Resource Theatro genealogico, : que contem as arvores de costados das principaes familias do reyno de Portugal, & suas conquistas. Tomo I., Pelo prior D. Tivisco de Nasao Zarco y Colona

Theatro genealogico, : que contem as arvores de costados das principaes familias do reyno de Portugal, & suas conquistas. Tomo I., Pelo prior D. Tivisco de Nasao Zarco y Colona

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Theatro genealogico, : que contem as arvores de costados das principaes familias do reyno de Portugal, & suas conquistas. Tomo I.
Title
Theatro genealogico,
Title remainder
que contem as arvores de costados das principaes familias do reyno de Portugal, & suas conquistas. Tomo I.
Statement of responsibility
Pelo prior D. Tivisco de Nasao Zarco y Colona
Creator
Contributor
Former owner
Subject
Genre
Language
por
Cataloging source
RIBRL
Citation location within source
III: 216
Citation source
Barbosa Machado, D. Bibliotheca lusitana historica, critica, e cronologica
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167?-1720
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Ataide, Manuel de Carvalho de
Illustrations
genealogical tables
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Barros, Miguel E. Figueira e
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  • Columbus, Christopher
  • Nobility
  • Portugal
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Theatro genealogico, : que contem as arvores de costados das principaes familias do reyno de Portugal, & suas conquistas. Tomo I., Pelo prior D. Tivisco de Nasao Zarco y Colona
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Publication
Note
  • Tivisco de Nasao Zarco y Colona is a pseudonym. This work is attributed to Manuel de Carvalho de Ataíde, according to Barbosa Machado and Porbase
  • Despite the claim that this is volume one of the publication, no more were printed
  • Although Novello de Bonis was a fairly prolific printer in Naples at this time, Porbase claimes that this work was printed in Lisbon between 169- and 1703
  • Genealogical work on the noble families of Portugal and its colonies, including Brazil. Some scholars conjecture that it reveals the true genealogy of Christopher Columbus as an illegitimate son of Fernando, the nephew of Prince Henry the Navigator. This work was eventually forbidden and all copies were ordered to be apprehended by a royal decree of August 28, 1703 which claimed that the work was without merit or truth
  • Signatures: pi4 (pi2 verso blank) A-3I4 3L-3N4 (G2 missigned H2, 2O4 missigned 2O; 2R1 missigned 2R2; 3D1 missigned 3D2) (leaves A-3N3, 3N4 blank)
  • Errors in foliation: leaf 197 misnumbered 297
  • Text printed on recto of leaves only, aside from the four preliminary leaves
  • Engraved head pieces
Extent
1 online resource ([4], 231, [1] leaves
Form of item
online
Note
  • John Carter Brown Library copy imperfect: leaves 129-140 bound between leaves 148 and 149; leaves 197-208 misbound between leaves 192 and 193.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy bound in contemporary full worn sheep.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy acquired with the assistance of the Wroth Fund.
  • Provenance of the John Carter Brown Library copy: an intelligible inscription dated 1720, along with the autograph of Miguel E. Figueira e Barros: autographs on recto of front flyleaf.
Other physical details
genealogical tables)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Theatro genealogico, : que contem as arvores de costados das principaes familias do reyno de Portugal, & suas conquistas. Tomo I., Pelo prior D. Tivisco de Nasao Zarco y Colona
Link
Publication
Note
  • Tivisco de Nasao Zarco y Colona is a pseudonym. This work is attributed to Manuel de Carvalho de Ataíde, according to Barbosa Machado and Porbase
  • Despite the claim that this is volume one of the publication, no more were printed
  • Although Novello de Bonis was a fairly prolific printer in Naples at this time, Porbase claimes that this work was printed in Lisbon between 169- and 1703
  • Genealogical work on the noble families of Portugal and its colonies, including Brazil. Some scholars conjecture that it reveals the true genealogy of Christopher Columbus as an illegitimate son of Fernando, the nephew of Prince Henry the Navigator. This work was eventually forbidden and all copies were ordered to be apprehended by a royal decree of August 28, 1703 which claimed that the work was without merit or truth
  • Signatures: pi4 (pi2 verso blank) A-3I4 3L-3N4 (G2 missigned H2, 2O4 missigned 2O; 2R1 missigned 2R2; 3D1 missigned 3D2) (leaves A-3N3, 3N4 blank)
  • Errors in foliation: leaf 197 misnumbered 297
  • Text printed on recto of leaves only, aside from the four preliminary leaves
  • Engraved head pieces
Extent
1 online resource ([4], 231, [1] leaves
Form of item
online
Note
  • John Carter Brown Library copy imperfect: leaves 129-140 bound between leaves 148 and 149; leaves 197-208 misbound between leaves 192 and 193.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy bound in contemporary full worn sheep.
  • John Carter Brown Library copy acquired with the assistance of the Wroth Fund.
  • Provenance of the John Carter Brown Library copy: an intelligible inscription dated 1720, along with the autograph of Miguel E. Figueira e Barros: autographs on recto of front flyleaf.
Other physical details
genealogical tables)
Specific material designation
remote

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