The Protestant Reformation in Sixteenth-Century Italy

By Salvatore Caponetto; Anne C. Tedeschi et al. | Go to book overview

opened Bibbiena Breve esposizione: "The present Gospel is that book, because it contains the cancellation and revocation of the penalties and payment for our sins and because it announces equally to each person their sanctification, their adoption as children and their inheritance of the Kingdom of God" (fol. 2r).45


BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

On the religious literature of the sixteenth century, cf. D. Cantimori, "Le idee religiose del Cinquecento: La storiografia," in Storia della letteratura italiana, V: Il Seicento, a cura di E. Cecchi and N. Sapegno ( Milan: Garzanti, 1967), 7-87; N. Badaloni , "Vita religiosa e letteraria tra Riforma e Controriforma," in Cultura e vita civile tra Riforma e Controriforma di Nicola Badaloni, Renato Barilli e Walter Moretti (Bari: Laterza, 1973), 87-114.

For an updated bibliography on the Beneficio, see Benedetto da Mantova and Marcantonio Flaminio , Il Beneficio di Cristo, a cura di S. Caponetto ( Turin: Claudiana, 1991).

On the reign of Cosimo I and the Florentine cultural milieu, cf. G. Spini, Cosimo I e l'indipendenza del principato mediceo ( Florence: Vallecchi, 1980; R. von Albertini , Das florentinische Staatsbewusstsein im Übergang von der Republik zum Prinzipat ( Bern: Francke, 1955); M. Plaisance, "Culture et politique à Florence du 1542 à 1551: Lasca et les Humidi aux prises avec l'Académie Florentine," in Les écrivains et le pouvoir en Italie à l'époque de la Renaissance, deuxième série ( Paris: Université de la Sorbonne nouvelle, 1974), 149-242.

On the influence of Savonarola, cf. S. Caponetto, Aonio Paleario, 41-57.

For Flaminio, cf. A. Pastore, Marcantonio Flaminio: Fortune e sfortune di un chierico nell'Italia del Cinquecento ( Milan: F. Angeli, 1981).

For C. Bartoli and the Florentine Academy, cf. Judith Bryce, Cosimo Bartoli (1503-1572): The Career of a Florentine Polymath ( Geneva: Droz, 1983).

On P. F. Riccio, the most complete information has been collected by C. Guasti, "Alcuni fatti della prima giovinezza di Cosimo I," Giornale Storico degli Archivi Toscani 2 ( 1858): 13-64, 295-320.

The Spirit and the Word. Engraving by H. Sebald Beham ( 1536).
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