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1509* Privilege granted to Tommaso Pighinucci for publishing “Medicina Plinii” (Vatican) Commentary: [1]
1518* Rabbinic Reprinting Ban for Eliyahu Bakhur (Jewish Law) Commentary: [1]
1532Antonio Blado's edition of Machiavelli's 'History of Florence' (Italy)
1571* Privilege granted to Andrea Palladio for his Four Books on Architecture, with supporting endorsement by member of the Roman Inquisition (Vatican) Commentary: [1]
1589* Petitions from and Privilege granted to Gerard Voss for his Latin translation of the works of St. Ephrem of Syria (Vatican) Commentary: [1]
1593* Petition from and Privilege granted to Giulio Burchioni for publishing a combined volume of works on table service and household management (Vatican) Commentary: [1]
1598* Petition of and Privilege to Orazio Torsellini for his History of the House of Loreto (Vatican) Commentary: [1]
1599* Petition from and Privilege granted to Alfonso Chacón for publishing the works of his uncle, historian Alonso Chacón (Vatican) Commentary: [1]
1600* Petition from and Privilege granted to Pietro Fetti to translate, print and distribute works by St. Teresa of Avila from Spanish to Italian (Vatican) Commentary: [1]
1602* Petition from and Privilege granted to Marcantonio Rossi for publishing choral work by the late Giovanni Guidetti of Bologna (Vatican) Commentary: [1]
1603* Privilege granted to Francisco Soto to translate, print and distribute works by St. Teresa of Avila from Spanish to Italian (Vatican) Commentary: [1]
1603* Petition and Privilege for printing and distributing the Summa of St. Raymond of Peñafort (Vatican) Commentary: [1]
1604* Petition from and Privilege granted to Cosimo Gaci to translate, print and distribute works by St. Teresa of Avila from Spanish to Italian (Vatican) Commentary: [1]