Ducale, written in three hands, 184 folios: (fo. 2) 1st hand: commission by the Doge Pasquale Cicogna to Andrea Damula of the governorship of Vicenza, with copies of documents relating to Vicenza, 31 March 1536 - 2 March 1596, endorsed 'Giulio Lamberti secretario'; (fo. 170) 2nd hand: copy of an additional document, 30 July 1503, endorsed by Jacobus Fabritius; (fo. 172) 3rd hand: note, endorsed 'Agtni Sptti'; (fo. 175) 1st hand resumed: index. The original first leaf is torn away and has been replaced by a vellum leaf on which the beginning has been transcribed in a later, possibly 18th century hand. Inside the front cover is the bookplate of Samuel Sandars.
Doge Pasquale Cicogna: Ducale
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Administrative / Biographical History
Pasquale Cicogna (d. 1595), Doge of Venice, 1585-1595. During his term of office Cicogna quarrelled frequently with Pope Clement VIII over issues of jurisdiction and religious policy.
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Bequeathed by Samuel Sandars, 1894.
Description compiled by Robert Steiner, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives.
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Additional Manuscripts Catalogue.
Samuel Sandars purchased the volume from Bernard Quaritch, 1889.