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

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Decree of the Council of Ten Appointing the First Literary Censor, Andrea Navagero

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Year: 1516

Location: Venice

Language: Italian

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Navagero, Andrea
Sabellico, Marco Antonio

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Biblioteca Marciana (Library of St Mark's), Venice
Signoria of Venice (Supreme Government)
Venetian Council of Ten
Venetian Senate


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