Texts

Mirabilia urbis Rome

Digital edition by Claudia Bolgia. A critical edition of the earliest version of the text (1140-1143) is published in R. Valentini and G. Zucchetti (eds), Codice topografico della città di Roma, vol. 3, Rome 1946, pp. 17-65.


Le miracole de Roma

Digital edition by Claudia Bolgia. The text (probably written in the 13th century) was edited by E. Monaci,Archivio della Società Romana di Storia Patria, 38 (1915), pp. 562-587, and by R. Valentini and G. Zucchetti, Codice topografico della città di Roma, vol. 3, Rome 1946, pp. 116-136. The only extant manuscript of the text is preserved in Florence, Biblioteca Laurenziana, Ms. Gaddiano rel. 148.


Master Gregory, Narracio de mirabilibus urbis Rome

Digital edition by Claudia Bolgia. Critical edition by R. B. C. Huygens: Magister Gregorius, Narracio de mirabilibus urbis Rome, Leiden 1970, revised on the codex unicus (Cambridge, St Catharine’s College, E.IV.96) by C. Nardella, Il fascino di Roma nel Medioevo. Le «Meraviglie di Roma» di maestro Gregorio, Rome 1997, 20072; English translation and commentary by J. Osborne: Magister Gregorius, The Marvels of Rome, Toronto 1987. The text was probably written between the end of the 12th and the first decades of the 13th centuries (possibly between 1226 and 1236).


Petrarch, Familiaris VI 2

Digital edition by Claudia Bolgia. Critical edition by V. Rossi: F. Petrarca, Le Familiari, vol. 2, Florence 1934, VI 2. The epistle, addressed to his friend Cardinal Giovanni Colonna, was written in 1337 or 1341.


Giovanni Cavallini de Cerronibus, Polistoria de virtutibus et dotibus romanorum

Digital edition by Marc Laureys. Critical edition by M. Laureys: Ioannis Caballini de Cerronibus Polistoria de virtutibus et dotibus Romanorum, Stuttgart - Leipzig 1995. The text was written in the 1340s.


Anonimo Romano, Cronica

Digital edition by Claudia Bolgia. Critical edition by G. Porta: Anonimo Romano, Cronica, Milan 1979. The vernacular Cronica, or at least most of it was probably written between the last months of 1357 and the first months of 1358.


Nicolás Rosell, De mirabilibus civitatis Romae

Digital edition by Claudia Bolgia. Critical edition by R. Valentini and G. Zucchetti, Codice topografico della città di Roma, vol. 3, Rome 1946, pp. 181-196. The text was written between 1360 and 1362.


Giovanni Dondi dell’Orologio, [In Roma]

Edition by Maurizio Campanelli. Dondi’s text, written ca. 1375, is extant in Venice, Biblioteca Marciana, Ms Marciano Lat. XIV 223 (= 4340), fols 45r-46v.


Memoriale de mirabilibus et indulgentiis que in urbe Romana existunt

Edition by Maurizio Campanelli. The text is extant in ms. I, fols 72r-74v of the library of the Abbey of Montserrat, dating between the end of the 14th and the beginning of the 15th centuries. The text was probably written ca. 1399.


Pier Paolo Vergerio, Epistola

Digital edition by Claudia Bolgia. Critical edition by L. Smith: P. P. Vergerio, Epistolario, Rome 1934, pp. 211-220; a more accurate text and commentary is edited by R. Valentini and G. Zucchetti, Codice topografico della città di Roma, vol. 4, Rome 1953, pp. 93-100. The epistle, addressed to an unspecified friend, was written in 1398.


Tractatus de rebus antiquis urbis Rome

Digital edition by Maurizio Campanelli. Critical edition by R. Valentini and G. Zucchetti, Codice topografico della città di Roma, vol. 4, Rome 1953, pp. 110-150. The text was written in 1411. The present edition has the variant readings of Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale, Ms Magl. XXVIII 53 (M).