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001 $ 05/1332
003 $ UK-LoRAA
005 $ 20190925163016.2
041 0 # $a lat $h ita
044 # # $a it
100 1 # $a Bellori, Giovanni Pietro
245 1 0 $a Picturæ Antiquæ Cryptarum Romanarum, Et Sepulcri Nasonum Delineatae, & expressae ad Archetypa A Petro Sancti Bartholi Et Francisco Ejus Filio Descriptae vero, & illustratae A Johanne Petro Bellorio Et Michaele Angelo Causseo Opus Latine redditum, proditque absolutius & exactius cum Appendice nunquam edita.
260 # # $a Romae $c Anno Jubilaei MDCCL. $c [1750] $b Ex Typographia Antonii De Rubeis Præsidum Permissu.
300 # # $a xii, 110 p., 24 (on 12 sheets), 35 (on 18 sheets), 16 (on 8 sheets), 19 [i.e. 20] (on 17 sheets) pl.: $b illus.; $c 461 mm. (Folio.)
500 # # $a In the fourth group of plates there is a bis pl. [18]. This group is numbered 'I-XVII', [two unnumbered], 'XIX'. The two plates serving as plates 'XVIIIa' and 'XVIIIb' are numbered within the plate as '60' and '61', as if reprinted here from some other work. Seven pl. in this group are dble. Each group of plates is followed by explanatory letter-press. In the Royal Academy's copy the first two plates of the fourth group have been bound in at the end of the plates of the third group.
505 # # $a [Half-t., t.p., dedic.] - Ad Lectorem Admonitio - Operis Prolegomena - [Pl. I-XXIV] - Animadversiones Michaelis Angeli Causei ... [on preceding pl. I-XXIV] - Index Tabularum [1-XXIV] - [Plates I-XXXV] - Veterum Picturæ Sepulcri Nasoniorum Explicatæ ... Johanne Petro Bellorio [on preceding pl. I-XXXV] - Index Tabularum [I-XXXV] - [Plates I-XVI, I-II] - Alia Quædam Sepulcrorum Monumenta, Ac Feralia Nonnulla Michaelis-Angeli Causei Opera collecta ac animadversionibus illustrata [on preceding pl. I-XVI] - Index Monumentorum Sepulcral. In Appendice [index of preceding pl. I-XVI] - [Plates III-XVII, [1-2], XIX] - Animadversiones Ad Appendicem Veterum Musivorum, Et Picturarum [on preceding pl. I-XIX] - Index Rerum Notabiliorum.
508 # # $a No plate of the first three groups is signed. In the last group five plates carry the draughtsman's signature of 'Petrus Sancte Bartoli' (pl. 2, 4-7); nine carry signatures of engravers - 'F. Ant. Pazzi' (pl. 10-14, 19), 'Joseph Vasi' (pl. 15), Filippo Morghen (pl. 16, 17).

In-text vignette, headpieces and initials are unsigned - apart from the dedication headpiece, signed as painted and made by Duflos.

The publication is dedicated by 'Johannes Bottarius' to Pope Benedict XIV. One plate in the first group (pl. X) carries its own dedication, 'Ianni Baptistæ Tit. S. Cæsarei Cardli. Spinulæ ... Franciscus Bartolus'.
510 0 # $a RIBA, Early printed books, I (1994), no. 214, p.121-2.

G. Messineo, La tomba dei Nasonii (2000).
520 # # $a This work had first been published in 1738. It is a Latin translation of the book published in 1706 in Italian, entitled Le Pitture Antiche Delle Grotte Di Roma, E Del Sepolcro De' Nasoni Disegnate, & intagliate ... Da Pietro Santi Bartoli, E Francesco Bartoli ... Descritte ... Da Gio: Pietro Bellori, E Michelangelo Causei Dela Chausse. (An earlier Latin account of the tomb of the Nasonii by P. Santi Bartoli had been published in 1699, and an Italian version in 1680.) The 1706 Italian version of the book had only three groups of plates with explanatory texts. This Latin edition is published 'cum Appendice nunquam edita', i.e. with a fourth group of plates and explanatory text.

The painted walls and vaults of the tomb of the Nasonii on the Via Flaminia had first been unearthed in 1674.

The plates of both the Latin and the Italian editions show not only paintings of this and other tombs but also stucchi, mosaics, lamps, vases and other objects.
561 # # $a The front pastedown carries the book-plate of 'Walter Wilson'. Purchased for the RA Library in 1884 (see RA Annual Report for 1884, p. 56).
562 # # $a The front pastedown carries the label of the bookseller, 'B.T. Batsford Architectural & Engineering Bookseller 52 High Holborn London W.C.'
563 # # $a 19th-century half red morocco, marbled-papered boards; gilt-decorated spine, lettered 'Picturæ Antiquæ Romanarum - Bellori' and '1750'.
600 3 0 $a Nasonii (family)
653 # # $a Mural painting and decoration, Roman - Painting, Roman - Frescoes - Pavements, Mosaic - Antiquities, Roman - Tombs - Italy - Rome
655 # 0 $a Art history - Italy - 18th century
655 # 0 $a Pictorial works - Italy - 18th century
700 1 0 $a La Chausse, Michel Ange de
700 1 0 $a Bartoli $e engraver. $e draughtsman
700 1 0 $a Bartoli, Francesco $e engraver.
700 1 # $a Rossi, Antonio de' $e printer
700 1 # $a Pazzi $e engraver
700 1 # $a Vasi $e engraver
700 1 # $a Morghen $e engraver
700 1 # $a Bottari
700 0 # $a Benedict XIV $e dedicatee
700 1 # $a Wilson, Walter $e previous owner
700 1 # $a Duflos $e source-artist $e engraver
710 2 # $a B. T. Batsford Ltd. $e bookseller $e previous owner