Venetian Bibliography

1 ‘Leon Batista Alberti, Universal Man of the Early Renaissance,’ by Joan Gadol, pub. 1969

2 ‘Venice, Austria and the Turks in the 17th Century,’ by Kenneth Setton/ American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia (1991)

3 ‘Calendar of State Papers, England,’ 1617-19, pp. 88-89 (Venetian series) by Allan Hinds

4 Calendar of State Papers Venetian No. 400 1 Summary: The TNA PROB 11/160, ff. 433-4. For other documents in the State Papers Venetian mentioning Sir John Vere, see Hinds, Nos. 73, 382 and 579. The Doge of Venice at the time was Antonio Priuli (1548-1623), who held office from 17 May 1618 until his death on 12 August 1623. The transcript below is taken from Hinds, Allen Banks, ed., Calendar of State .

5 Reliquiae Wottonianae’ 1672, pp. 255-6

6 ‘Authority and the Law in Renaissance Venice,’ by Gaetano Cozzi

7 ‘Crime and the Venetian State,’ by Stanley Chojnachi

8 ‘Evolution of the Image of Venice, 1500-1630’ by Charles Rose

9 ‘Cries of Venice, 1700’s’ by Gaetano Zompini

10 ‘Deconstructing Lane’s Venice’ by Eric Cochrane and Julius Kirchner

11 “The Civic Irresponsibility of the Venetian Nobility’ by Donald E. Quellar, U of Illinois 1969

12 ‘The Last Will of a Venetian Grand Chancellor’ by Felix Gilbert in ‘Renaissance in Honor of…’ pub. Leiden, 1976

13 ‘La Penetrazione d’ Economica dei Veneziani in terra Ferma (forze di lavoro e proprieta fondiaria nelle campagne Venete dei secoli XVII e XVIV, (Venice-Rome, 1961) by Carlo Beltrami

 14 ‘Padovan Plague Effect in 1570’s’ in Relazioni Miste, IV, ff. 32-35 in ASV Collegio (Secreta) Relazioni, busta 33, by Carlo Beltrami

15 ‘Sur la pratique Venetienne de las navigation au XVI Siècle,’ in ‘Annales. Economies, societies, civilisations, 13 (1958) pp. 72-86.  by U. Tucci

16 ‘The Waldensian Church in the Valleys of Piedmont’ (1854) by Williyams

17 ‘Storia della Marina Veneziana da Lepanto all caduta della Republica’ (Rome ’35) pp. 98-119 by M.N. Mocenigo

18 ‘The Myth of Venice and Dutch Republican Thought in the 17th Century,’ by Haitsma Mulier translated by Moran & pub Assen, Netherlands, 1980 by Van Gorcum

19 ‘Devils, Drugs, and Doctors,  by Haggard, NY Blue Ribbon 1929

20 ‘Fighting the Plague in 17th Century Italy,’ by Cipolla,  U. of Wisconsin, Madison, 1978

21 ‘The Medici, A tale of 15 generations,” by Cleugh, NY Doubleday, 1975

22 ‘Dictionary of Saints,’ by Delaney, NY Doubleday, 1980

23 ‘Venetian Life,’ by Howells, 2 Vol. Edinburgh 1883

24 ‘The Diary of John Evelyn,’ by John Evelyn, 6 vol. Oxford, England 1955

25 ‘Coryate’s Crudites,’ by Coryate, 1611, 3 vol. London, 1776

26 ‘Galileo’s Daughter: A Historical Memoir of Science, Faith, and Love,’ by Sobel, NY Walker, 1999

27 ‘Chioggia and the Villages of the Venetian Lagoon,’ and ‘Venetian  Vernacular and Architecture; Traditional Housing in the Venetian Lagoon,’ by Richard Goy, Cambridge, England, 1985

28 ‘Action and Conviction in Early Modern Europe,’ by Gilbert, London, England, 1969 (includes Contarini’s ‘Essays in Memory of EN Harrison,’ Princeton, 1969)

29 ‘Music, Men, and Manners in France and Italy,’ by Burney, London, 1969

30 ‘Catholicism,’ by McBrien, NY Doubleday, 1980

31 ‘The Stones of Venice,’ by Ruskin 3 vol. London 1851-1853

32 ‘St. Mark’s Rest,’ by Ruskin, London, 1877

33 ‘Records of St. Luca Parish,’ by Alberti, 1980

34 ‘Civic Ritual in Renaissance Venice,’ by Edward Muir, Princeton U, 1981

35 ’Venice and the Renaissance,’ Manfredo Tafuri

36 ‘Western Mediterranean Europe, a Historical Geography of Italy,’ by Catherine Smith, London 1979

37 ‘Alberti family, Florentine Politics and Society, 1343-1378,’  by Brucher, Princeton, U

38 ‘The Family in Renaissance Florence, Book 3’ by Leon Batista Alberti

39 ‘Venice and Its Lagoon,’ by Giulio Lorenzetti, Rome, 1961

40 ‘La Pittura Italiana del Settecento,’ by Giulio Lorenzetti (1948)

41 ‘Venetian Ships and Shipbuilders of the Renaissance,’ by Lane, Baltimore, 1934

42 ‘The Decline of the Venetian Nobility as a Ruling Class,’ by Davis, 1962, Baltimore

43 ‘Studies in the History of Venice,’ by Brown, London, 1907

44 ‘Venice, a thousand Years of Culture and Civilization,’ by Laritzen, London 1978

45 ‘Crisis and Change in the Venetian Economy in the 16th and 17th Centuries,’ by Pullan (ed) London, 1971

46 ‘Piracy and the Decline of Venice, 1580-1615,’ by Tenenti, tr. by Pullan, London, 1967

47 ‘Venice,’ by Wiel, London, 1894

48 ‘The Venetian Republic,’ Vol. 2, by Hazlitt, London 1915

49 ‘Venice and Amsterdam in the 17th Century… ’ by Peter Burke 1974

50 ‘Women of 16th Century Venice,’ by Victoria Franco, written by her in her lifetime

51 ‘Marriage in Italy, 1300-1650’ by Love and Dean, Cambridge U. Press

52 ‘Venice and the Uskoks of Senj: 1537-1618,’ by Gunther Rothenberg

53 ‘Venice Hologram,’ by Judith and Walter Munk

54 ‘Women, Family, and Ritual in Renaissance Italy,’ by Christiane Klapisch-Zuber, U. of Chicago Press

55 ‘Women and Men in Renaissance Venice: Twelve Essays on Patrician Society,’ by Stanley Chojnachi,  Johns Hopkins Press

56 ‘Feudal patrician Investments in Bresciano,’ by Ferraro

57 ‘Industry and Economic Decline in 17th Century Venice,’ by Richard Tilden Rupp, Harvard U. Press 1976

58 ‘A Venetian Approach to the Islam in the Early 17th Century,’ by Samuel Tamari

59 ‘Career of a Cittadini, Zaccaria Freschi, in the 14th’ Century, a Citizen in the Service of the Venetian State,’ by Mary Neff

60 ‘Chancellery, Secretaries in Venetian Politics and Societies, 1480-1533,’ by Mary Neff,  PhD Thesis, U, Cal. Berkeley 1985

61 ‘Realta e Simboli del Cancellier Grande Veneziano in Eta Moderna Sec. XVI-XVII,’ by Mateo Casini, U. Padova, Italy

62 ‘Citizenship and Immigration in Venice, 1300-1500,’ by S R Ell, PhD Thesis, U. Chicago, 1976

63 ‘La Cancelleria Veneta Secoli XVI e XVII,’ by Trebbi, Annali della Fondazione Luigi Einaudi, 14 (1980)

64 ‘Patricians and Popolani: The Social foundation of the Venetian Renaissance State,’ by Dennis Romano (1987) Johns Hopkins U. Press, Baltimore

65 ‘Charitable Institutions; Jewish Community and Venetian Society,’ a discussion moderated by Brian Pullan and Reinhold Mueller

66 ‘Venetian Schools and Teachers….’ by J B Ross in Renaissance Quarterly, 29, (1976) p. 521-566

67 ‘Tradesmen and Traders: the world of guilds in Venice and Europe, c. 1250-c. 1650,” by Richard MacKenney, London, Croom Helm (1987)

68 ‘Malamocco: una terra de riscoprice Venezia (S.N.) in the 1984 article published by the Fondazione Querini Stampalia di Venezia 945.31

69 ‘I servizi segreti di Venezia,’ by Paolo Preto, pp. 381-421, Milan, 1995

70 ‘The unmaking of the Mediterranean Trade hegemony’ published in Journal of Economic History, V 25 (1975) pp. 499-525

71 ‘The Economic Decline of Italy,’ pp. 127-45, by Cipolla

72 ‘Venice’s Hidden Enemies, Italian Heretics in a Renaissance State,’ by John Martin

 73 ‘Venice Reconsidered, 1297-1797’ edited by John Martin and Dennis Romano

74 ‘The War of the Fists: Popular Culture and Public Violence in Late Renaissance Venice,’ by Robert C. Davis, 1995, NY Oxford U. Press

75 “Shipbuilders in the Venetian Arsenal: Workers and the Workplace in the Pre-industrial City,’ by Robert C. Davis, Johns Hopkins U. Press, 2007

76 Pursuit of Power: Venetian Ambassadors in the age of King Philip II,’ by James C. Davis  Harper & Row’s Torchbook Library, Johns Hopkins, U. Press, 1962

77 ‘Office Seeking; the Broglio and the Pocket Political Guidebooks in Secento Venice,’ in Studi Veneziani, by Dorit Raines, (1991)

78 ‘Origine degli Feste Veneziani’ 5 volumes, Giulina Michiel (1916)

 79 ‘The history of musical instruments,’ by Curt Sachs NY (1940)

80 ‘Le artic he vanno per via nella citta di Venezia,’ by Gaetano Zompini, Brescia (1996)

81 ‘Cronaca Veneziana: feste e vita quotidiana nella Venezia del Settecento/ vedute di Gabriel Bella e incisioni di Gaetano Zompini dalled raccolte della Fondazione Scientifica Querini Stampalia di Venezia; a cura giurgio Busetto,’ pub @ Venezia (1991)

82 ‘Violence in Early Renaissance Venice,” by Guido Ruggiero, Rutgers U. Press, (1980)

83 ‘Housecraft and Statecraft: domestic service in Renaissance Venice, 1400-1600,’ be Dennis Romano

84 ‘Western Medicine in Europe; an Historical Geography of Italy,’ Catherine Delano Smith, Academic Press, 1979, NY

85 ‘The Venetian Patrician: Myth vrs. Reality,’ by Donald E. Quellar, Rome, 1987

86 “The Fourth Crusade,’ by Donald E. Quellar, (1999) U. of Penn Press

87 ‘Politics in Renaissance Venice,’ by R. Finlay, London 1980

88 ‘Offices Available to Patricians in Venice, 1635,’ Biblioteca Correr, Cod. P.D. 4a, c.74

89 ‘Venetian Humanism in an Age of patrician Dominance,’ by M L King, Princeton U. 1986

90 ‘Condemnation of Great Council of Venice in the years of 1620-1622,’ Biblioteca Corer, Cod. It., cl.VII 9469-80

91 ‘Concilio di Trento, I’ by Fra Paolo Sarpi, pp189-190  cf II pp. 192-247

92 ‘Gasparo Contarini and Religious Reform in Venice,’ by Elisabeth Gleason, UC Berkeley Press, 1993

93 ‘La Composizione economica e professionale della populatizion di Venezia nei secoli XVI alla cadata della republica,’ by Daniele Beltrami Giornale degli E…Jan-Feb 1951

94 ‘Trade, Society, and the Venetian State,’ by CH Wilson, p. 527

95 ‘Cloth Production and Internal Competition in 17th Century Venice,’ by CW Wilson, economic History review, 2nd series, XIII (1960) 209-221

96 ‘The Wool Trade in Tudor& Stuart England,’ by Peter J. Bowden, London, 1962 p. 43-56

97 ‘Insurance in Venice from the Origins to the End of the Serenissima,’ by Giuseppe Stefani 2vol. pub in Venice and Trieste

98 ‘Maritime Insurance: Amsterdam, Venice, and the Levant,’ in ‘Age of Mercantile History,’ by Frank Spooner, Harvard Press

99 ‘The Rise and Fall of Venice,’ by Phyllis Longworth, London 1974

100 ‘Venice and the Defense of Republican Liberty in Renaissance Values in the Age of Counter reformation,’ by William J. Bousma, Berkeley Ca. U. Press 1968

101 ‘The Roman Inquisition and the Venetian Press, 1540-1605,’ by Paul F. Grendler, Princeton, 1977

102 ‘The Architectural History of Venice,’ by Deborah Howard, London, 1980

103 ‘’A Survey of the Signory of Venice,’ by James Howell, London 1651

104 ‘Nefarious Crimes, Contested Justice and Infanticide in the Republic of Venice 1557-1789,’ by Joanne Ferraro, Johns Hopkins Press, 2008  (Review of this book by Jutta Sperling in Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth, no. 2 (210) pp. 435-37)

105 ‘The Paradox of Perfection: Rediscovering the Body Politic in Late Renaissance Venice,’ by Jutta Sperling, Hampshire College, in Society and History 41 no 1 (1999)

106 ‘Convents and the Body Politic in Late Renaissance Venice,’ by Jutta Gisela Sperling, U. of Chicago Press, 2000

107 ‘Virgins of Venice,’ by Mary Laven  London, 2002

108 ‘A Companion to Venetian History,’ ed. by Eric Dursteler, July, 2013, in ‘Brill’s Companion to European History, Vol. 4’

109 ‘Paternal Tyranny,’ by Arcangela Tarabotti, as translated by Letizia Panizza as ‘The other Voice in early Modern Europe,’ U. of Chicago Press, 2004

110 ‘The Individual and the Cosmos in Renaissance Philosophy,’ by Ernst Cassirer and trans. by Mario Domandi  Harper, 1963

111 ‘A History of Mechanical Inventions,’ by Abbot Payson Usher, NY McGraw-Hill 1929

112 ‘Documenti Veneziani su Giovanni Caboto,’ by S. Caboto, Venezia

113 ‘Witchcraft and Inquisition in early Modern Venice,’ by Jonathan Seitz, Cambridge U. Press, 2011

114 ‘First Born of Venice: Vicenza in the Early Renaissance,’ by James Grubb, Johns Hopkins U. Press, 2019

115 ‘Opera in Seventeenth Century Venice: the Creation of a Genre,’ by Ellen Rosand, U.C. Press, 2007

116 ‘Venetian Upper Clergy in 16th and 17th Century,’ by Oliver Logan, U. of Salzburg, 1997

117 ‘Venice, a Documentary History, 1450-1650 ed. by Chambers and Pullan, 1992, Cambridge

118 ‘The Makers of Venice,’ by Oliphant, London, 1893

119 ‘The Venetian Empire,’ by Jan Morris, London, 1980

120 ‘Feudal Patrician Investments in Brescian Politics of the Estimo, 1641’ by Joanne Ferraro, Fondascione Giorgio Cini Onlus,  Studi Veneziani VII

121 ‘Rich and Poor among the Patriciate in Early Modern Venice,’ ‘*Gossip and Street Culture in Early Modern Venice,’ and ‘#Marriage, Manners, and Mobility in Early Modern Venice,’ all by Alexander Cowan, *publ. by Journal of early Modern History 2008,  # Ashgate 2007

122 ‘Gambling and Venetian Noblemen, c. 1500-1700: Trust in renaissance Electoral Politics,; by Mark Jundjivic in Jo. Of Interdisciplinary History, 34.4 (2000)

123 ‘Religious Veil/Venice Churches/Sacrament of Penance/Catholic Encyclopedia

124 ‘Venice, the Golden Age 697-1796,’ by Alvise Zorzi, Venice, 1983

125 ‘The Letters of Claudio Monteverdi,’ by Denis Stevens, Oxford 1995

126 ‘The Doge’s Palace in Venice: A Guide,’ by Giandomenico Romanelli, Venice, 2005

127 ‘Trade Rivalry and the Commercial revolution,’ by Richard T. Rapp, SUNY at Stony Brook, in Journal of Economic History, Vol 35 Sept. 1975, #3

128 ‘When Myths Lose Their Power,’ by James Grubb of U. of Maryland, in Journal of American History, 58 (March 1986, pp 43-94 U. Chicago Press)

129 ‘Historical Justification of Venetian Power in the Adriatic,’ by Filippo di Vivo, Trinity College, Cambridge, Journal of the History of Ideas, 64.2 (2003)

130 ‘Venice and English Political Thought in the 17th Century.’ by Z S Fink pub in Modern Philology, Vol 38 No 2 U. Chicago Press, 1940, pp. 155-172

131‘Venice, the Hinge of Europe, 1081-1797,’ by William MacNeill, 1974

132 ‘Food in History,’ by Reay Tannahill,  1973

133 ‘Amsterdam et Venise,” by H Harvard, Paris 1876

134 ‘Nederland en Venetie,’ by J. C. de Jonge, Hague, 1852

135 “Il Doge Nicolo Contarini,’ by Gaetano Cozzi, Venice, Rome, 1958 (An English summary of this book is easily found on ‘Ereticopedia,’ provided by ‘Mediterranean Digital and Public Humanities’

136 ‘Considerazione sull ‘Agricoltura Veneta,’ by A. Ventura in Studi Storici, (1968)

137 ‘Libro d’Oro,’ Register of Venetian Patricians, or Nobles

138 ‘Libro d’Argento,’ Register of Venetian Cittadini

139 ‘Marc Antonio Venier, Renier Zeno, and the Myth of Venice,’ by Charles Rose pub. in Historian, May of 1974 vol. 36 issue, pp. 479-497

140 ‘The Complete Writings of a Venetian Heretic,’ by Olympia Fulvia Morata, ed. and transl. by Holt N. Parker as ‘The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe,’ U. Chicago Press, 2003 vol. 33

141 ‘Glassmaking in Renaissance Italy: The Innovation of Venetian Cristallo,’ by W. Patrick Mac Cray, J. of Management Studies  50 May 1998 pp 14-19

142 ‘Saltpeter production in the republic of Venice from 16th through 18th Century,’ by Walter Panciera in Journal of the International Committee for the History of technology, 3 (1997) pp. 155-166

143 ‘The Rise of Commercial Empires: England and Netherlands in the Age of Mercantilism, 1650-1770, Cambridge U. Press, 2003, XVII Cambridge Studies in early Modern History, vol. 10

 144 ‘Economics & Toleration in 17th Century Venice,’ by Benjamin Ravid, Jerusalem, 1978. Also ‘The Jews of early Modern Venice,’ 2001, co-edited by Ravid and R.C. Davis, Johns Hopkins U. Press

145 ‘Honor and Necessity: The Dynamics of Patronage in the Confraternities of Venice,’ by Patricia Fortini Brown, in Studi Veneziani 1987 p. 179

146 ‘Marcantonio Giustiniani, Venetian Patrician and printer of Hebrew Books,’ by Marion Leathers Kuntz in Studi Veneziani, XVII 1981, pp 51-63

147 ‘Reasons of Misrule,’ by Natalie Zemon Davis, Popular Culture in early Modern Europe, 1400-1750 Feb. 1971 pp 41-75

148 ‘Historical Anthropology in early Modern Italy,’ by Peter Burke, Cambridge U. Press, 1987

149 ‘Il politico e il pane a venezia,’ by Ivo Mattorzi, U. of Bologna, Italy  Also, ‘Crisi, stagnazione e mutamento nello stato veneziano gli settecento’

150 ‘Battagliola o Guerra tra Nicolotti e Castellani, 1632-1673,’ by Emmanuele Cicogna,  Codice 3161

151 ‘Le traffic des offices a Venise,’ by Mousnier in Paris, 1971 (extract from pp. 41-75 – only 5% of the seven hundred and fifty offices of Venetian government based on merit)

152 ‘The Earliest Chemical Industry…alum,’ by Charles Singer, Royal Collection trust, 1948

153 ‘Resources of Venice,’ in ‘Translations and reprints from the Original Sources of European History,’ U. Penn Dept of History, Philadelphia, 1896 Vol III Part 2, pp. 11-14—from a famous speech by Venetian Doge Tomasso Mocenigo in 15th century,  grandfather of Doge Alvise Mocenigo of the 16th century

154 ‘The voyages of Giovanni Verrazzano, 1524-1528,’ by Lawerence C. Wroth, New Haven Yates U. Press, 1970

155 ‘Historiae Venetiae, 1521-1615,’ by Andrea di Giacomo Morosini of San Luca, pub. posthumously in Venice

156 ‘Curriculum Vitae’ of Francesco Errizo in 1623 when running for Dogeship, which he lost to Contarini. Biblioteca Marciana, Cod. It., cl. VII, 90 (==8029), CC 249-250. Erizzo became Doge in 1631 when Contarini became sick to death after three wars in fairly rapid succession.

157 ‘The Jesuits and Italian Universities, 1548-1773’ by Paul Grendler, 2017 describes the normal curriculum taught Cittadini and Patrician youths in Venice, though few patrician youths took advantage of such schooling, as the Jesuits had been expelled from Venice. So it was the Chancellery where the brightest students went, almost all being Cittadini who would serve the government. Cicero was taught in the mornings; Virgil, Homer, and Terence in afternoons. The old Vatican Formularies were also adapted to Venetian custom.

158 ‘Service to the Venetian State….in the early 17th Century,’ by Pullan  Studi Secenteschi 5 (1964) pp. 95-148

159 ‘Canceleria e Cancelliere lineamenti storici ed istituzionale Latina,’ by Donato Palazzo, Venice, 1972,

160 ‘De Veneti Originarii Cittadini,’ by Antonio Longo, Venice, 1817 Raccolta di Anedoti Sommari e catologo.

161 ‘When did a man in the Renaissance grow old?” by Creighton Gilbert, (1967) from Studies in the renaissance 14, pp. 7-32

162 ‘Il Libro d’argento della famiglie venete: nobili, cittadine, e popolani’ by Giovanni Dolcetti,  5 vol. in 2, Venice, 1922-28,  reprint, Bologna 1968

163 “Il Palazzo degli ambasciadori di Venezia a Constantinopoli, e le sue antiche memorie,’ by Tommaso Bertele, Bologna 1932

164 ‘Delle famiglie cittadinesche veneziane,’ by Luigi Artelli, Achivio Veneto, 10 (1875)

165 “Untitled miscellanea: fasc. 180’ contains 17th century list of Chancellery personnel MCC., Cod. Morosini-Grimani 485

166 ‘Cittadini Veneti,’ in Cod Gradenigo, MCC., cod. Gradenigo.

167 ‘Tabelle nominative e cronologiche dei segretari della Cancelleria Ducale,’ BNM, MS It., VII 1667 (8459) Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana MS. It. VII .27 (7761) manuscript in Museo Correr, Venice

168 ‘Italy in the 17th Century,’ by Domenico Stella, London, NY: Longman, 19997 Series; Longman history of Italy.

169 ‘Geneologica della famiglia di Cittadini originarii ‘ BNM MS t. VII 27, (7761)

170 ‘Consiglia Maggior, Delibrazioni—1617-1630, Camerlengo del Consiglio’ in Archivo di Stato, Misc, Codici in Sori Veneti Vols 9-16,  by Tassini

171 ‘The Premodern Teenager: Youth in Society, 1150-1650,’ ed. by Konrad Eisenbichler, in Renaissance Studies,  2002

172 ‘Burocrazia e Burocrati a Venezia in eta Moderna: I cittadini originarii Sec. XVI-XVIII’, by Andrea Zannini, Venice, 1993

173 ‘Islamic Society and the West,’ by Satya Datta  2 vol. HAR, Gibb,& Bower, Oxford, pp. 50-57

174 ‘The Psychology of the Venetian Merchant in the 16th century,’ by Ugo Tucci, London 1973

175 ‘Dose di Venetia,’ by Giovanni Carlos Savios, describes procession of 1618 in IV, BMV, MS, Italiano VII, pp121-122 (8862-63) folio 103

176 ‘Squintinio della Liberta Veneta, anche le raggione dall’Impero romano Sopra la Citta & Signoria di Veneta, 1612,’ by Giovanni Benincasa, Stampata in Mirandola

177 ‘The Civic Irresponsibility of the Venetian Nobility,’ by Quellar

178 ‘Alberti, Vita Politi,” ed. M, Grayson cf. R. Weiss, in ‘the Renaissance Discovery of Classical antiquity’ Oxford, 1988

179 ‘Guns and Sails in the Early Phase of European Expansion,’ by C. Cipolla, London, 1963

180 ‘Weapons and Warfare in late Renaissance Europe,’ by B. Hall, Baltimore, 1997

181 ‘The Villa,’ by J. Acheman, Princeton, 1990. Chapter 3

182 ‘Leon Batista Alberti and the Beginnings of Italian Grammar,’ proceedings of the British Academy, 49 (1963) pp. 291-311

183 ‘Venetian Humanism in an Age of Patrician Dominance,’ M. King, Princeton, 1986

‘184 ’Dal ‘Mito’ di Venezia all ‘Ideologia Americana,’ by Renzo Pecchioli, Venice, 1983

185 ‘Description of Italy (1654)’ by Richard Lassels, reproduced as pp. 147-231 in Edward Chaney’s ‘The Grand tour and the Great rebellion,’ Geneva, 1985

186 ‘Real Wages of the Working Classes in Italy, Building Worker’s wages, 14th through 18th centuries,’ by Giovanni Vigo, in Journal of European History 3 (1974) pp. 378-399

187 ‘The Rise and Decline of Urban Industries in Italy and the Low Countries,’ by Herman Van der Wee, Leiden, 1988

188 ‘Dutch Shipbuilding before 1800: Ships and guilds,’ by Richard Unger, The Netherlands, 1978

189 ‘L’Alimentazione a bordo della navi veneziane,’ by Ugo Tuzzi in Studi Vneziane, 13, 1987, pp. 103-145

190 ‘Aldus Manutius,’ by Martin Lowery, Cornell Press 1979

191 ‘Culture and Society in Venice,’ by Oliver Logan, London, 1972

192 “Dictionary of the saints,’ by John Delaney, Doubleday, NY

193 ‘Venice, a Maritime republic,’ by Frederick Chapin Lane, Johns Hopkins U. Press Also by Land, ‘Venetian Ships during the Commercial revolution,’ in American historical review, Vol. 38, Jan 1933 #2 Also by lande, “the Mediterranean Spice Trade,’ in American History review, XLV 1980 p. 581-90

194 “Francesco Tensini and the Fortifications of Vicenza,’ John Hale, Studi Veneziani 1968

195 ‘The Navy of Venice,’ by Alethea Weil, London, Murray, 1910

196 ‘Habiti,’ by Giacomo Franco

197 ‘Vecellios Renaissance Costome Book,’ by Casare Vecellio, Dover Pub. Inc. NY 1977

198 ‘The Reform of the Council of Ten,’ by John Clement Martin, p. 275 1971

 199 ‘Power and Information: The Venetian Postal System in the Mediterranean, 1573-1645,’ by Eric Dursteler, BYU 0pp. 601-643 as found on Academia, edu

200 Sources of research I paid Deborah Walberg and Mateeo Casini to do over a thre—year period on the Alberti families which they called Alberti ‘A’ and Alberti ‘B’ both prominent families of cittadini originarii, or what is also called, cittadinanza  ordinaria in Venice. Alberti ‘A’ includes research both on my book’s character Andrea Alberti and his wife, Veronica nee. Cremona.     * Family trees for both Piero and Giulio

Information concerning Veronica’s Cremona family was found in ASV Avogaria di Commun B. 370 #67, and B. 377 #48. These records include Andrea’s help in obtaining cittadinanza  originarii status for her family even though born outside Venice. They also include her family’s expression of the warmest of sentiments for Andrea’s doing this. 

Concerning Andrea’s father Piero’s (2nd generation) dowry and marriage to Isabella da Canal in 1556, this is found in Avogardia di Comun, B. 433 #9

Concerning 3rd and 4th generations of the ‘A’ branch, which includes Andrea Alberti (3rd generation,) born in 1558, father of Giulio, (4th generation) who was born in 1605:

From the records of the Council of Ten, which Andrea was much later chosen to serve, my researchers found his record of service: first as elected notary, or secretary, extraordinary (notaio straordinario) in 1576, then secretary ordinary (a higher level called notaio ordinario ) in 1595. These are respectively found in:  ASV Consiglio dei Deici, Parti Comuni, reg. 32, ff. 117 r-v and. reg. 45, f. 28r.

In 1609 he is elected to Secretary of the Senate (Segretario dei Pregadi.) ASV Consiglio dei Deici, parti Comuni, reg 59, f. 207v. In 1612 he is elected Secretary to the Ten.

In 1621 he is arrested, information about this found in Cod. Cicogna 3184

It was at this point I began to become very interested in what happened to him, as Deborah had found no information subsequent to that, so I undertook some research of my own at the Shields Library in Davis. And it was here I found about the Vanni uncle and nephew who witnessed against him, and also witnessed against Antonio Foscarini, who was hung for treason. I found this in Allen Hind’s translations of English State Papers relating to Venice, the names mentioned in accounts given by their ambassador there in the 1620’s.

So with this lead, Deborah uncovered more, including Andrea’s ultimate exoneration which I not only desperately longed to hope for, but which I was sure about from what was said about Andrea by his wife’s family. In any case, all of this spurred me on tremendously to write the last few chapters of my book, “Venetian Born.” Unfortunately, she sent nothing about where it was she found this information. But at least she found it! And as a PhD. Student at Princeton I had absolutely no doubt of their veracity. In any case, it was the first time I looked forward with great anticipation to find out what really happened so far back in time.

Concerning the birth of Giulio Cesare Alberti, his baptism at the San Luca church was dated June 10, 1608.  (Canonical register n. (1565-1632) to number 143 inclusive)

*Giulio’s uncle Gasparo had ten children not shown and  a succession of sons alternately named ‘Girolamo’and ‘Gasparo’ for at least four generations after his death.

There exists no record of Giulio’s marriage, but he did become fabulously wealthy, as is indicated in his final will and testament, The translation of his will is on my website, which, after many contestations by his brother’s sons, his designated heirs, was put in a hundred-year trust called a fideicomissum by his faithful confidant and executor Riviero.    

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