Diarii di Stefano Infestura romano di tute le cose successe nella corte, cominicando dalla creatione di Papa Bonifacio Ottavo che seguì la vigilia di natale nell'anno 1294 sino all'assonzione di Alexandro Sesto del 1494, et alcuni particolari del d[omin]o Alex[and]ro : manuscript, [16--]

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Infessura, Stefano, 15th cent. Diarii di Stefano Infestura romano di tute le cose successe nella corte, cominicando dalla creatione di Papa Bonifacio Ottavo che seguì la vigilia di natale nell'anno 1294 sino all'assonzione di Alexandro Sesto del 1494, et alcuni particolari del d[omin]o Alex[and]ro : manuscript, [16--]

Diarii di Stefano Infestura romano di tute le cose successe nella corte, cominicando dalla creatione di Papa Bonifacio Ottavo che seguì la vigilia di natale nell'anno 1294 sino all'assonzione di Alexandro Sesto del 1494, et alcuni particolari del d[omin]o Alex[and]ro : manuscript, [16--]

Covers the years 1304-1494.

1 v. (378 leaves) ; 28 cm.

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