6 edition of The Roman Inquisition and the Venetian press, 1540-1605 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Paul F. Grendler.|
|LC Classifications||BX1723 .G73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 374 p. :|
|Number of Pages||374|
|LC Control Number||76045900|
In time, concern about conversos diminished and the Inquisition turned its attention The Roman Inquisition and the Venetian press moral matters of the sort that church courts had been dealing with for centuries. If he was found guilty, his punishment was usually negligible and it might not even effect his career prospects too adversely. Among the fourteen known complete sets that survive as sets from the sixteenth-century, in addition to this set two others are bound in six volumes, one in eight volumes, three in nine, one in ten, one in seventeen, one in twenty-two, and only four sets are bound in twelve volumes. The death penalty was only imposed on cases of unrepentant heretics or those found guilty of relapsing. If her count of 7, 7, less the Giunti editions is doubled, and the Aldine, 1, Giolito, 1, Giunti, and Marcolini editions are added, an estimate of about 17, individual editions seems reasonable.
He had remaining copies of a chivalric romance, of an anonymous vernacular hagiography, and of a Latin defense of papal authority. Gabriel Giolito published c. Venice ordered the clergy 1540-1605 book disobey the papacy and expelled the orders that did not do so, including the Jesuits. He lived in quiet retirement in his monastery, performing his religious tasks and pursuing his private studies. This is particularly true of Hunt's wild claims on the subject of the Inquisition, since Hunt relies on extremely biased and unreliable sources e. Girolamo Scoto published editions between andVincenzo Valgrisi published works from toMichele Tramezzino from toComin da Trino from toand Francesco Ziletti during the short period —
A Venetian press run varied according to the anticipated demand for the book and the size of the publisher. If he had checked the original work of Juan Antonio Llorente published in English translation inhe would have discovered that while the French version translated from the Spanish notes in its preface 1540-1605 book hundred thousand victims", the actual number who perished in the flames is listed as 31, at the end of the book, withpersons given severe penances. Examines the impact of Inquisition and Index on the book trade and the reactions on all fronts to the invasive controls and prohibitions. But it is also possible to ask whether the Church of Rome could have succeeded in neutralizing the many centrifugal forces pulling against it, maintained religious unity within Catholicism, and reaffirmed its authority without the weapons of censorship and the Index. Hunt's claims on the Albigenses and Waldenses supposedly true "evangelical" Christians who were "slaughtered" by the "millions" have been thoroughly answered by Baptist historian James Edward McGoldrick and his work Baptist Successionism that refutes the "hidden church" theory.
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During the Counter Reformation, a special office was set up by the Vatican which promulgated the Index Librorum Prohibitorum. Source: pageParker What was an auto de fe?
From onward, the Holy Office again took care of the Index. Publishers, printers, and booksellers, with much overlapping, comprised the book industry. The Gardano family, especially Antonio active —69 and Angelo —99published music almost exclusively. Since it is likely that the presses were a little more active in the second half of the century than in the first, perhaps only c.
Northern rivals such as Lyons, Paris, and Basel challenged Venetian supremacy, but the Queen of the Adriatic probably still produced and 1540-1605 book more books than The Roman Inquisition and the Venetian press other city at mid-century. In the Roman heirs of Tramezzino let a contract to print copies of The Roman Inquisition and the Venetian press vernacular devotional title.
But it is also possible to ask whether the Church of Rome could have succeeded in neutralizing the many centrifugal forces pulling against it, maintained religious unity within Catholicism, and reaffirmed its authority without the weapons of censorship and the Index.
Sarpi, who was a patriot, sided with the Republic against the Pope and became Venice's official theologian in that year. Again in Rome, a Latin work of meant for essentially private distribution had a press run of copies.
In the Aldine press printed six press runs of 3, copies, each in various formats of a liturgical work, the Little Office of Our Lady. In the Aldine press published a number of titles for the Accademia Venetiana, a learned group subsidized by some Venetian nobles.
Smaller firms produced 3 to 4 titles annually: Domenico and Giovanni Battista Guerra published between andMelchiorre Sessa the Elder from toGiordano Ziletti from toDamiano Zenaro 84 from toand Francesco Rampazetto 78 from to Source: pages 95 - 96, Peters When did the Spanish Inquisition end?
Although they travelled all over Western Europe, most of their activity was directed at Southern France and Northern Italy. Turberville [orig ], page From a book of essays by leading Inquisition historians: "There can be little doubt, however, that in light of subsequent research, even by those more or less sharing Llorente's animus towards the Holy Office, he can no longer be considered reliable For instance, Bernard Gui convicted over a period of ten years in Toulouse of which 40 were executed.
Beck,letter ; Irmi: B. In between the meetings was when the works to be discussed were thoroughly examined, and each work was scrutinized by two people. By comparison, the ordinary printing of the Plantin press of Antwerp in the second half of the sixteenth century was 1, to 1, copies, but it could be as high as 2, or as low as Francesco died young, and young Pietro was educated by his mother's brother, a priest and school master, and then by Fra Giammaria Capella, a monk in the Servite Order.
Given Bomberg's standard for 1540-1605 book highest quality both with regard to The Roman Inquisition and the Venetian press and workmanship, his folios likely were priced at the upper end of this 1540-1605 book.
Riggenbach, ed. The Spanish and Portuguese Indices were at the same time prohibitory and expurgatory, while the Roman Indices, with rare exceptions, were exclusively the former. He had remaining copies of a chivalric romance, of an anonymous vernacular hagiography, and of a Latin defense of papal authority.
Too poor to appear on tax records, most members of the book trade have disappeared without trace except when they ran afoul of the Holy Office. Pastorello counted Giunti editions, whereas Camerini noted over 1, The struggle against popular superstitions explains the prohibition of countless prayers, false indulgences, novenas, apocryphal histories, and legends of the saints.
Paolo Sarpi Beginning in the s, disputes between Rome and the Venetian Republic over jurisdictional issues became frequent. In Girolamo Polo, a small publisher, printed 1, copies of a new edition of the frequently published Vitae pontificum by the quattrocento author, Bartolomeo Sacchi called il Platina.
Lowry, "The Printer, the Reader and the Market," pp. Finally, we bring these wage figures only to demonstrate the relative worth of the volumes, since the likelihood that laborers would have actually purchased such texts is negligible, not only due to the issue of disposable income, but we have said nothing of sixteenth-century literacy rates.
Marcolini promoted exactly the vernacular literature that Tramezzino avoided, specializing in such authors as Pietro Aretino and Anton Francesco Doni. A Venetian press run varied according to the anticipated demand for the book and the size of the publisher.By Walter Biemel, translated by J.L.
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