Catalog Record: De kalendario et cyclo Caesaris ac de paschali canone S. Hippolyti martyris : dissertationes duae ad SS. D. nostrum Clementem XI. pont. max. quibus inseritur descriptio, & explanatio basis, in Campo Martio nuper detectae sub columna Antonino Pio olim dicata : his accessit enarratio per epistolam ad amicum, De nummo et gnomone Clementino | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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De kalendario et cyclo Caesaris ac de paschali canone S. Hippolyti martyris : dissertationes duae ad SS. D. nostrum Clementem XI. pont. max. quibus inseritur descriptio, & explanatio basis, in Campo Martio nuper detectae sub columna Antonino Pio olim dicata : his accessit enarratio per epistolam ad amicum, De nummo et gnomone Clementino / auctore Francisco Blanchino Veronensi, Basilicae S. Laurentii in Damaso de urbe canonico, S.D.N. ab honore Sac. Cubiculi, & à secretis Sac. Congreg. kalendarii.

Main Author: Bianchini, Francesco, 1662-1729
Related Names: Bianchini, Francesco 1662-1729., Westerhout, Arnold van 1651-1725, engraver., Schoel, Hendrick van -1622, engraver.
Language(s): Latin
Published: Romae : Typis Aloysii, & Francisci de Comitibus impressorum cameralium, MDCCIII [1703]
Subjects: S. Maria degli Angeli (Church : Rome, Italy) > Early works to 1800.
Medals, Ancient > Early works to 1800.
Astronomy > Observations > Early works to 1800.
Calendar, Gregorian > Early works to 1800.
Calendar, Julian > Early works to 1800.
Calendars > History > Early works to 1800.
Sundials > Italy > Rome > Early works to 1800.
Engravings (prints) > Italy > 18th century.
Note: Engraved title vignette of a medal to commemorate the visit of Pope Clement XI to see the sun cross the almost completed meridian line in the basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli.
Includes index.
Bound with this item is Bianchini's "Solutio problematis paschalis": [12], lxxxviij pages at end before the index.
Plates "Solution problematis paschalis": 5 engraved and 1 letterpress tables facing page lxxxiij, all of them duplicated at the end after the index.
Plates (part 2): facing page [8], 2 engraved plates, unsigned, "Prospectus utriusque gnomonis meridiani, et polaris" and "Figur[ae] spectantes ad dissertationem de Nummo et gnomone Clementino."
Plates (part 1): facing page 5 ,1 hand colored engraved plate depicting the kalendario Caesaris, signed "Henricus Van Schoel excudit"; facing page 42, 2 unsigned engraved plates labeled "Tabula I-II", depicting coins and medals; facing page 72, 2 engraved plates "Roma sedens apotheosim decernit Antonio Pio ...", signed "Arnoldus van Westerhout fecit" and "Discursio militaris equitum ac peditum Romanorum ...", unsigned; facing page 88, engraved plate labeled "Tabula III", unsigned, depicting a bust of Trajan surrounded by coins; facing page 92, 3 letterpress tables printed on 2 leaves (1 large folding, 1 double tipped in at centerfold with a headnote reading "Post pag. 92").
The second part, De nummo et gnomone Clementino, concerns the meridian line designed by Bianchini and installed in the basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli (Rome) by commission of Pope Clement XI.
Errata: page 84 (fourth series); page 12 (fifth series).
Signatures: *¹⁰ a-o⁶ p⁴ [maltese cross]⁴ A-G⁶ [sec.]⁶ ²A-D⁸ E⁴ F⁸ ²[sec.]⁴.
Physical Description: [20], 176, [8], 84, 12, lxxxviij, [8] pages, [23] leaves of plates (some folded) : illustrations (engravings) ; 34 cm (fol.)
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