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Papal and Venetian Privileges for Sigismondo Fanti's 'Triompho di Fortuna', Venice (1526)

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Papal and Venetian Privileges for Sigismondo Fanti's 'Triompho di Fortuna', Venice (1526), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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[Astrological tables]

Printed in the glorious City of Venice by Agostino da Portese.
In the year of the Virgin Birth 1526, in the month of
January, on behalf of Giacomo Giunta, merchant
bookseller in Florence. With the privilege of
POPE CLEMENT VII & the Venetian
Senate, at the AUTHOR's request,
as indicated in their

With favour and privilege.




[Astrological tables]

Impresso in la inclita Citta di Venegia per Agostin da Portese.
Nel anno dil virgineo parto. M.D.XXVI. Nel mese di
Genaro, ad instantia di Iacomo Giunta Mercatante Flo
rentino. Con il Privilegio di CLEMENTE
PAPA VII & del Senato Veneto a
requisitione di L'AUTORE,
Come appare nelli suoi

Cum gratia & Privilegio.




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