Collection ID: 0002 | Metadata type: TEI | |
Ms. Codex 596 Istoria ... delle cose occorse del S. Uffizio in tempo che vi fu vicere D. Pietro di Toledo, e di altre occorrenze dopo seguite
TitleIstoria ... delle cose occorse del S. Uffizio in tempo che vi fu vicere D. Pietro di Toledo, e di altre occorrenze dopo seguite
- Castaldo, Antonio
- Capasso, Niccoló, 1671-1745
- Ferdinand VI, King of Spain, 1713-1759
- Hontalba, Pedro de
Other related names
- Lea, Henry Charles, 1825-1909, former owner
Call numberMs. Codex 596
(Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania, Rare Book & Manuscript Library)
- bibid: 2486552
PublisherThe University of Pennsylvania Libraries
LanguageItalian and Spanish
Four separate items bound together on jurisdictional disputes between Rome and the crowns of Naples and Spain defending royal/state prerogatives against the Inquisition. The first by Antonio Castaldo is a contemporary account of a 1547 revolt in Naples against the viceroy Pietro di Toledo upon his attempt to introduce the Inquisition. The revolt and its aftermath to ca. 1551 are discussed (in Italian). The second item is King of Spain Ferdinand VI's decree of 1751 against the Masons (in Spanish). On the following leaf (f. 36) is an abbreviated Italian translation of Ferdinand VI's decree on the previous page (not a different undated edict as described in Zacour-Hirsch). The third item is a partial copy of Niccoló Capasso's Ragionamenti intorno al tribunale della inquisizione (in Italian) [see UPenn Ms. Codex 588, 589, and 590]. The fourth item is a report on controversies over article 23 of the concordat between the Holy See and the royal court in Madrid concerning jurisdiction in the sale of ecclesiastical property, 1738-1739, by Pedro de Hontalba (in Spanish).
- Ms. codex.
- Title from title page (f. 1r).
Extent131 leaves : 249 x 170 mm. bound to 258 x 184 mm
FoliationPaper, i (contemporary paper) + 129 + i (contemporary paper); f. 1-32, [f. vi], p. 1-129, [f. xxvi], contemporary foliation and pagination in ink, upper right recto and upper outer corners; [1-129], modern foliation in pencil, upper right recto.
Pen-and-ink initial and floral emblem (f. 1r).
- Former owners include: And. Tontoli. (bookplate, f. 1v); Henry C. Lea, 1875 (signature, flyleaf i recto).
- Gift of Henry Charles Lea, 1909.
- Catholic Church--Foreign relations--Italy--Naples (Kingdom)
- Catholic Church--Foreign relations--Spain
- Manuscripts, Italian--18th century
- Manuscripts, Spanish--18th century
- Manuscripts, European
Inside front cover
2541_0001.tif (85.5 MB)
2541_0001_thumb.jpg (4.5 KB)
2541_0001_web.jpg (297.7 KB)
Decoration: Bookplate, Inside front cover
2541_0004.tif (85.5 MB)
2541_0004_thumb.jpg (5.0 KB)
2541_0004_web.jpg (266.7 KB)
Decoration: Decorated initial, Initial I, f. 1r
Decoration: Decorative emblem, f. 1r
2541_0005.tif (85.5 MB)
2541_0005_thumb.jpg (4.8 KB)
2541_0005_web.jpg (278.3 KB)
Decoration: Bookplate, f. 1v