Privilege Granted to Benedetto Bordon, Venice (1504)

Source: Scanned from the manuscript held in the Venetian State Archives: ASVe, Collegio Notatorio, reg. 15, fol. 116r. (118r. n.n.).

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Privilege Granted to Benedetto Bordon, Venice (1504), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
Privilege Granted to Benedetto Bordon for 'Triumph of Caesar'

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Bibliography:
  • Massing, Jean Michel, ‘The Triumph of Caesar by Benedetto Bordon and Jacobus Argentoratensis, Its Iconography and Influence’, Print Quarterly, Vol. 7, No. 1 (1990), pp. 2-21.

  • Landau, David and Parshall, Peter, The Renaissance Print, 1470-1550 (New Haven, 1994), pp. 150 and 300.

  • Armstrong, Lilian, ‘Benedetto Bordon, 'Miniator', and Cartography in Early Sixteenth-Century Venice’, Imago Mundi, Vol. 48 (1996), p. 91, no. 2.

  • Witcombe, Christopher L.C.E., 'Copyright in the Renaissance: Prints and the Privilegio in Sixteenth-Century Venice and Rome' (Leiden, 2004), pp. 34-35 and 91-94.

  • Fulin, Roberto, ‘Documenti per servire alla storia della tipografia veneziana’, Nuovo archivio veneto, 23 (1882), pp. 154-155, no. 141.


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Year:
1504

Location: Venice

Language: Italian and Latin

Source: Scanned from the manuscript held in the Venetian State Archives: ASVe, Collegio Notatorio, reg. 15, fol. 116r. (118r. n.n.).

Persons referred to:
Bordon, Benedetto
Caesar, Gaius Julius
Caotorta, Vito
Corner, Andrea
Foscolo, Marco
Pesaro, Hieronimo
di Argentina, Giacomo

Places referred to:
Padua
Venice

Cases referred to:
N/A

Institutions referred to:

Consiglio dei Dieci (Council of Ten)

Legislation:
Venetian decree on privileges (1517)

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