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Petition from and Privilege granted to Giulio Burchioni for publishing a combined volume of works on table service and household management, Rome (1593)

Source: Vatican Secret Archives, Sec. Brev. Reg. 208 F. 12

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Petition from and Privilege granted to Giulio Burchioni for publishing a combined volume of works on table service and household management, Rome (1593), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Petition from and Privilege granted to Giulio Burchioni for publishing a combined volume of works on table service and household management: Il Trinciante by Vicenzo Cervio and Reale Fusoritto, and Il Mastro di Casa by Reale Fusoritto

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Abstract:
Petition from and Privilege granted to bookseller Giulio Burchioni for a combined volume of works on meat carving, table service, and descriptions of banquets: Il Trinciante by Vicenzo Cervio and Reale Fusoritto, and Il Mastro di Casa by Reale Fusoritto. The Petition is noteworthy for the incentive rationale it offers for the grant of the privilege.

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Bibliography:
  • Cervio, Vincenzo, Il trinciante di m. Vincenzo Ceruio, ampliato et a perfettione ridotto dal caualier Reale Fusoritto da Narni. Già trinciante dell'illustrissimo, & reuerendissimo signor cardinal Farnese, & al presente dell'illustriss. signor cardinal Mont'alto. Con diuerse aggiunte fatte dal caualier Reale, et dall'istesso in questa vltima impressione, aggiuntoui nel fine vn breue dialogo detto il Mastro di casa ... In Roma : ad istanza di Giulio Burchioni : nella stampa del Gabbia, 1593 (In Roma : nella stampa del Gabbia, 1593)

  • Jane C. Ginsburg, Proto-property in Literary and Artistic Works: Sixteenth-Century Papal Printing Privileges, 36 Colum. J. L. & the Arts 345 (2013), available at http://www.lawandarts.org/articles/proto-property-in-literary-and-artistic-works-sixteenth-century-papal-printing-privileges/

  • Laurie Nussdorfer, Managing Cardinals’ Households for Dummies, in For the Sake of Learning: Essays in Honor of Anthony Grafton (Brill 2016) pp. 173-94.

  • The Oxford Companion to Food, edited by Tom Jaine, Oxford University Press, Inc., 3rd edition, 2014. Entry for Vincenzo Cervio

  • Taccuinistorici.it, entry for Il Trinciante, http://www.taccuinistorici.it/ita/news/moderna/bletteratura/Il-Trinciante-Vincenzo-Cervio.html


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Author: Giulio Burchioni, Marcello Vestrio Barbiani

Publisher: N/A

Year: 1593

Location: Rome

Language: Italian, Latin

Source: Vatican Secret Archives, Sec. Brev. Reg. 208 F. 12

Persons referred to:
Barbiani, Marcello Vestrio
Burchioni, Giulio
Cervio, Vincenzo
Fusoritto, Reale
Montalto, Cardinal

Places referred to:
Papal State
Rome

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Institutions referred to:
Apostolic Treasury
“Superiori”; Maestro del Sacro Palazzo (Papal censors)

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Responsible editor: Jane C. Ginsburg

For assistance in translating and transcribing this Latin document, Jane Ginsburg wishes to acknowledge her 2022-23 Columbia Law School Research Assistants, Joseph Flitton (class of 2023) and Zachary Hayworth (class of 2024).



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