«Raccolta delle cose segnalate» di Cesare Crispolti
La più antica guida di Perugia (1597)
2001, cm 17 x 24, 320 pp. con 44 figg. e 2 tavv. n.t., e 23 ill. f.t.
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A critical edition of the oldest guide to Perugia, to date a manuscript at the Biblioteca Comunale Augusta. The nobleman Cesare Crispolti, canon in the cathedral and heart of the literary Accademia degli Insensati and of the musical Unisoni academy, patrols the city pointing out its Etruscan origins, its rich structure of archaeological evidence and its modern public heritage of historical and figurative evidence. A voice that claims the antique cultural identity of a city that is about to be included in the provinces of the State of the Church.