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This last information has been considered unreliable by some modern commentators who suggested that it could have been invented to support later pretensions of Camillo Borgia on the codex Anders, Jansen, and Reyes Garcia He also presented him with some nicely painted books that looked like hieroglyphs by which they understand each other as we do by letters. In this perspective, it is important to stress that some of the items that Clement VII received from Betanzos could well have ended up not only in Bologna and Rome but also in Florence and, maybe, in other Italian places; we must also consider that some objects, beside those explicitly described as in possession of Leandro Alberti, could well have remained in Bologna if donated by the Pope to other individuals.
If some of them could have been lost in later times, we should consider that some of the today known codices could correspond to those once in Bologna. Calendario e rituali precolombiani, Milano, Jaca Book, The passage is so interesting that it is worth repeating in its entirety: Leandro Alberti clearly states that he himself received “some books, some knives together with the big knife used to kill men to sacrifice them to their idols”, adding that he gave to Giovanni Achillini 11 the big knife, “a book and a stone knife similar to a razor”.
Donattini, Massimo, “Il mondo portato a Bologna: The listing you’re looking for has ended.
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Journal of the History of Collections,pp. On the basis of Luigi Pigorini’s article ofone of the masks today in the Pigorini Museum the one with a human face emerging from animal jaws, with intertwined serpents on the forehead and a stepped fret nose ornament18 acquired by the Opificio delle Pietre Dure of Florence in Pigorini A case-study of the sixteenth-century term”, Journal of the History of Collections vol.
In a recent paper Laurencich Minellithe senior author codeex the importance of a passage wrote by the Denonios Dominican Leandro Alberti in his historical vodex Historie di Bologna These factors still deserve attention, but it is important to stress that their role in the arrival of American items is mostly conjectural.
Manoscritti e libri a stampa di un’antica famiglia romana, Roma, Fratelli Palombi Editori,p. As early asthe Guardaroba of Cosimo I de’ Medici also contained Mexican feather garments and artefacts various kind of vestments, ten shields, two birds’ heads, and four flower bouquets Heikamp It is thus possible that Vincenzo Giustiniani received the codex either in Bologna or, most probably, in Rome, and that he later passed it to his nephew Benedetto: Et in circuitu seu limbo, ac illarum figurarum peripheria, notae quaedam, quas ego literas omnino existimavit, et si vir ille, alioque nobilis, libelli copiam ad horas non negasset, proculdubio Alphabetum exscripsissem [ Please enter a valid ZIP Code.
Add to watch list Remove from watch list. According to the biography of Stefano Borgia written by Father Paolino di San Bartolomeo inthe “classis mexicana” of his collection once included “many wooden and pottery images of idols, strange in form and appearance, and typical of Mexican people” San Bartolomeo The British mayanist observed that it is quite unlikely that the Spaniards could have obtained codices from the Mixteca Alta region by such an early date.
Bujok, Elke, “Ethnographica in early modern Kunstkammern and their perception”, Journal of the History of Collections vol. Special financing available Select PayPal Credit at checkout to have the option to pay over time.
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Et per tali coltelli, se conobbe di che sorte fussero quelli coltelli deli quali parla la Bibbia quando dice il signore ‘Fami li coltelli di pietra da circoncidere’. Remesal Antonio de O. A Bolognese ounce corresponded to deonios twelfth part of a foot 38 cmthat is approximately 3,16 cm. A Survey”, in Fredi Chiappelli ed.
The famous Italian humanist Paolo Giovio -who also possessed an Aztec greenstone hearth and two feather coverlets see note 27 – is known to have possessed a Mexican codex that, according to Giovio himself, semonios received as a gift from Francisco de Los Cobos, 44 secretary of the Emperor Charles V.
Then a two fingers-wide and two ounces-long knife made of yellow stone with the handle entirely covered by turquoises. Both masks were then recorded in various later inventoriesuntilwhen one of the two was given to the Armory, whereas the other mask the one with the leather container 17 continued to be recorded in later inventories of,Heikamp Previous studies of early modern Bolognese collectionism usually looked at the Bolognese session of the Trento Council or at the relationships linking Bolognese personalities and the Medici family as possible explanations for the arrival and exchange of American objects in the city.
The earliest recorded Mexican objects in Florence are to be probably sought among the 42 feather items appearing in a inventory of Codx collection, even if some of them were probably of Brazilian Tupinamba origin Heikamp Among these things, I received some books, knives, and the big knife used to kill men to sacrifice them to their idols, which I gave to Mr.
Thanks to their kind help, we now know that the codex was recorded by Silvo Silva, who took service in Rome on April 1 sta detail that rules out the possibility that the codex was collected by Benedetto during his stay in Bologna Danesi Squarzina, personal communication, April 2 nd Ludovico Beccadelli, following him in Venice and Ragusaat the Pope court in Romeat the Trento Councilas well as in his long stay in Florence As discussed in detail by L.
It is not clear if between and new objects entered the collection or if some of them could have been broken thus increasing the number of counted pieces. The synthetic descriptions of the masks in the Medici inventories’ entries have aroused a plethora of hypotheses regarding their identification with cpdex mosaic masks today held in European museums. Learn Code – opens in a new window or tab.
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Benzoni, Maria Matilde, La cultura italiana e il Messico. Yaya, Isabel, “Wonders of America. Our cross-checking between the scanty descriptions of the historical sources and the actual objects preserved in European collections can appear as a quite disappointing attempt, due to the impossibility to reach unquestionable matches.
Cospi, Bologna, Ferroni, Select ee valid country. Please enter a number less than or equal to 2. See all condition definitions – opens in a new window or tab In this sense, it is interesting to recall that dempnios his stay in Bologna inClement VII had received the well-known painting known as Madonna della Rosa as a gift from its author, the famous Italian painter Parmigianino.
Skip to main content. The cazadords, nevertheless, should be considered as possible sources for masks included in the Guardaroba Mediceo only on a later date or dispersed in other Florentine collections.
If we were to literally believe to the inventory description we should then imagine that the Giustiniani family possessed a today lost codex, maybe a Maya one.
Cantelli, Gianfranco, “Pitture messicane, caratteri cinesi e immagini sacre: For instance, various turquoise masks are known to have been in Italy during the 16 th century. Besomi, Ottavio, Ricerche intorno alla ‘Lira’ di G.
Betanzos would have retracted his earlier statements just before his death, on September 13 th ,