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There are four volumes: vol. 1 (1750); vol. 2 (1752); vol. 3-4 (1751). (en)  +
Italian edition edited by Dionigi Ottaviano Sada. The first edition was published in Spanish in 1587 (see Agustin 1587). (en)  +
Reprint of the 1587 edition. (en)  +
Pars I (1720): Johannis Kempii cimelii pars una: Quæ Mumias, Simulacra, Statuas, etc.; Pars II (1719): Johannis Kempii cimelii pars altera: Quæ Nummos continet. Cui præfigitur De Asse et Partibus ejus. (la)  +
Second edition. The first edition was published in Rome in 1616. (en)  +
[The Knight you mention is certainly known too, but never stays in a fixed place, and I do not cultivate his acquaintance. Nevertheless I have made an effort and met him, and greeted him in your name. He is concerned with describing the coins of the Saxon Kings, which he says he will publish]. (transl. A. Burnett) (fr)  +
La suite de la lettre porte le décompte des frais engagés par Panel, le coût du transport des orangers, et l’annonce que Panel doit se rendre à Grenoble et y préparer sa harangue scholastique. Pour la cinquième monnaie, je ne déchiffre pas bien les lettres du revers que Panel note en minuscules (info Guy Meyer) (fr)  +, test (en)  +
The book is part of: Catana illustrata, sive sacra, et civilis urbis Catanae historia a prima ejusdem origine in praesens usque deducta, etc., published in 4 volumes. (en)  +
collection de 3423 monnaies en bronze de tous modules, de Pompée à Héraclius, laissée par testament à la Casa dei poveri mendicati de la ville d’Imola ; la collection est estimée en 1713 à la mort de son propriétaire à 1366 scudi de Rome (fr)  +
Remarks A. Burnett: 22 Peter Lambeck (1628–80), historian and librarian of the Imperial library at Vienna. 23 Daniel Neffel (1630–1700), Lambeck’s sucessor as Imperial librarian. 24 The Ruzini collection was originally formed by Carlo Ruzini (d. 1644): I. Favoretto, Arte antica e cultura antiquaria nelle collezioni venete al tempo della Serenissima (Rome, 1990), pp. 141–3, who describes its later history. It originally included ‘presso à 3600 medaglie, fra lequali ne sono 380 d’Oro, e 2070 d’Argento, e tutte conseruate, dalle quali noi habbiamo cauato la certezza di molti edifici antichi, così Greci, come Romani, e stranieri’: Vincenzo Scamozzi, Dell’idea dell’architettura universale (Venice, 1615), p. 305. 25 The collection was begun by Girolamo Correr (1645–94), and continued by his son Angelo Correr (1605–78), and his daughter married Almorò Pisani The plates were printed in 1726 as In numismata aerea selectiora maximi moduli e Museo Pisano olim Corrario (Venice, [1726?] (not in Dekesel), and were later resissued with commentaries y Alberto Mazzoleno (Pontida, 1740–4 = Dekesel M 197). See M. Callegari, ‘Self-Promotion and Erudition – Numismatic Publications in the Serenissima Repubblica di Venezia during the 18th Century’, in (eds.) H. Winter and B.E. Woytek, Numismatik und Geldgeschichte im Zeitalter der Aufklärung Beiträge zum Symposium im Residenzschloss Dresden, 4.– 9. Mai 2009, Numismatische Zeitschrift 120/121 (Vienna, 2015), pp. 79–84, at 79–80. 26 Antonio Capello (1652–1759), Venetian collector: see Prodromus iconicus sculptilium gemmarum basilidiani amulectici atque talismani generis de musaeo Antonii Capello senatoris Veneti (Venice, 1702). As the preface says, Capello’s coins were often cited by Jean Foy-Vaillant, Numismata aerea Imperatorum Augustarum, et Caesarum, in coloniis, municipiis, et urbibus … percussa (Paris, 188, and later editions), and by Jean Foy-Vaillant, Numismata imperatorum, Augustarum et Caesarum Numismata imperatorum, Augustarum et Caesarum, a populis, romanae ditionis, graece loquentibus … percussa (Paris, 1698; and latere editions). 27 On the collection of the traveller Giovanni Antonio Soderini (1640–91), see Iacopo Morelli, Intorno ad alcuni viaggiatori eruditi Venziani (Venice, 1803), pp. 80–9. His collection was also cited by Vaillant (and Patin). 28 Carlo Torta: see Chapter 34. 29 Antoine Galland (1646–1715). 30 Sebastiano Bianchini (1662–1738), antiquario to the Medici. (fr)  
La lettre de Marinella à Morell date du 25 avril 1702. Celle-ci, sans date, doit dater de mai-juin le plus vraisemblablement. (fr)  +
[I had decided to send back the coins to the Prince de Ligne, but I will wait until we have been able to look at them together. … I am most grateful for the pains you took with the gold coin of Agrippa with M Ficoroni, but I find it strange that this man does not keep his word and always wants to have more. The coin is also in the collection of Signor Torta in Padua, and I hope to tell you all about this when I see you…. To encourage you even more to come here, I must tell you that since your last visit, we have received 156 beautiful imperial gold coins from the collection of the late Marquis de Seignelay, and you must see them.] (Trans. Spier and Kagan). (fr)  +
* François de Camps, évêque de Pamiers de 1685 à 1693, puis abbé de Signy. Jean Vaillant, né Foy, avait publié une partie de ses médaillons. Antoine Galland travailla plus tard à un catalogue de cette collection. ** Cf. Antoine Pagi, Critica historica-Chronologica... (Paris, 1689) p. 68. (fr)  +
* La santé de Thoynard a toujours été chancelante. ** Wilhelm Ernst Tenzel (1659-1707). (fr)  +
*Leers ou Lears, si je ne m'abuse, le nom est difficilement déchiffrable. On retrouve ce personnage dans la lettre du 8 octobre (fr)  +
Notes de Guy Meyer * Morell est prompt à se trouver des «patrons». ** Les correspondants de Thoynard lui reprochent souvent de ne publier pas ses découvertes. *** Euménius Pacatus désigne le père Hardouin qui avait signé sous ce pseudonyme un pamphlet contre Vaillant. **** L'abbé Bizot était décédé en 1696. (fr)  +