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Unit n°23, mm. 273_205; ff. 6 [219r-225v].

Unit n°18, mm. 210_290; ff. 6 [153r-158r]. The text copied is rich in additions and corrections, which witness at least a revision of the copy.

Relevant unit: mm. 225_310; ff. 5 [103v-107v].

Beautiful copy of the text; corrections and additions which appear on the margins in the other manuscripts, are here part of the text.

Paper; misc., comp. (26 units); ff. [III], [2], 336, [2], [III]; measures varying. Unit 17: mm. 272_204.

The lecture addressed to Eleonora de Toledo, member of the Accademia degli Alterati under the name of "Ardente", is conceived as a general discussion of Alessandro Piccolomini's interpretation of Aristotle's Poetics, the Annotationi nel libro della…

The lecture — related to the Accademia degli Alterati as well as the other pieces in the miscellaneous ms. Ricc. 2435 — deals with a defence of Dante's Commedia as a poema eroico: the author aims at demonstrating that the poem perfectly fits in with…

Paper; mm. 141x200; ff. 10, 2 (old page numbers: 178-187). Cursive handwriting. The ms. was part of ms. Pal. 1095; on f. 10v, autograph note by Francesco Redi. Modern binding.

The oration by Niccolò Aggiunti (who was one of Galileo's disciples and the successor of Benedetto Castelli as professor of mathematics in Pisa since 1626), held in front of the Tuscan princes, deals with a strong defence of Galileo Galilei mainly…

The lecture, given at the Accademia degli Umoristi in Rome in 1605, deals with a section of Aristotle's Poetics on the opportunity of employing verse (and not prose) in epic poetry.

Paper; misc., comp.; ff. III, 79, II; mm. 190_270. Old binding in parchment. Watermark: cf. Briquet 13648 (a. 1570). General title at f. IIr: 'Trattati diversi'; the ms. has been part of the Ambrosiana collection since 1603 (Olgiati). One of the…

Paper; misc., comp.; ff. [7], 258, [1]; mm. 215_310.

Paper; misc.; ff. [6], 413, [1]; mm. 190_270. Title on spine: 'Raccolta / di vari / manoscritti / Tom. VII. / Copia'. The last text copied refers to 1593.

Paper; misc.; ff. [6], 413, [1]; mm. 190_270. Title on spine: 'Raccolta / di vari / manoscritti / Tom. VII. / Copia'. The last text copied refers to 1593.

Paper; misc., comp.; ff. III + 71 + I; mm. 220_320 (210_313). Watermark: cf. Briquet 652 (a. 1576).

Paper; misc., comp.; ff. II, 148. Relevant unit: mm. 210_280.

Paper; misc., comp.; ff. 4, 351; mm. 210_280.

The anonymous Lezione del coito deals with the notion of coitus drawing not only from Aristotle, but from Galen and Hippocrates as well. The author refers to Aristotelian works such as On generation of animals, On the soul, Problems. The text is…

The anonymous discorso on justice is basically based on Aristotle, though the text refers to other philosophers such as Plato; an interesting reference to Donato Acciaiuoli as an interpreter of Aristotle is made (f. 116r).

The Discorso (which is divided into two different discorsi) draws from several sources: though the main frame of the work is platonic, there is a section entirely devoted to Aristotle's teachings in the field of rhetoric (ff. 253v-256r).

The anonymous Discorso focuses on Aristotle's Rhetoric, book 2, and more specifically deals with the so-called movimento degli affetti. Other Aristotelian works such as the treatise On the Soul are mentioned.

The complete title of the anonymous work is Discorso ove si pruova che per questa parola pedia overo peritia che usa Aristotile nel principio del primo libro de parti d'animali non si possa intender altro che la loica particolare come dice Averroè.…

This is an anonymous academic lecture on the definition of three kinds of being in aristotelian terms bound with very heterogeneous materials.
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