Appointment of Andrea Navagero as Literary Censor, Venice (1516)

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MDXV. Die. XXX Januarij: In con. X

Lecta fuit supplicatio infrascripta

Essendo la reputatione un de i principal[i] fondamenti de Ca-
daun Stado, come quella che grandemente conferisse in tute le cose
é de pace, é di Guerra: De q[ual]e, che fu sempre uniuersal instituto de tuti i
Re, principi, é Republiche del mondo procurare de conseruarsela cum ogni
mezo, et non solamente á si medemi, mediante i preclari et memo-
randi facti: Ma etiam á la posterita mediante la memoria de quelli perpetuan-
dola non cum el mezzo de compendiose e incerte, varie et rude cronice
e annali: Ma de certe autentice, elegante, et floride historie, de quale quanto
più sonno state da i scriptori cum gran premio d'oro a ziò conducti ornate
de elegantia et eloquentia, Da le qual do parte, etiam senza alcuna altera-
tion de la uerita, le cose narrate receueno augumento et se fanno più illu-
strose, tanto hanno data mazore extimatione á le potentie, Da la qual extimation
spesse uolte i stati piu che da le forze hanno conseguito l’intento de ardue et


    

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