This article focuses on a partially published manuscript concerning the epigraphic collection of Bernardo and Giacomo Nani in Venice, written by Earl Aurelio Guarnieri Ottoni from Osimo. Its different handwritings are not due to the intervention of many people, but to different writing phases. Guarnieri transcribed inscriptions up to his death. On the whole, it is a very accurate work, even though it did not receive a final revision.

Il Museo Nani in un manoscritto di Aurelio Guarnieri Ottoni

Antolini, S.
2019

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This article focuses on a partially published manuscript concerning the epigraphic collection of Bernardo and Giacomo Nani in Venice, written by Earl Aurelio Guarnieri Ottoni from Osimo. Its different handwritings are not due to the intervention of many people, but to different writing phases. Guarnieri transcribed inscriptions up to his death. On the whole, it is a very accurate work, even though it did not receive a final revision.
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