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Orsini, Fulvio

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Persons known by name

Orsini, Fulvio

Fulvio Orsini

  • active as antiquarian mostly after the dissolution of the Accademia
  • left several important codices at the Vaticana with inscriptions and other documents of ancient artifacts
  • seems to have worked with Jean Matal and inherited or took over some of his materials
  • vererbte einen Teil seiner Medaillensammlung an die Farnese, aber auch an die Familie Delfini.
  • his "Familie Romanae quae reperiuntur in antiquis numismatibus ob urbe condita ad tempora divi Augusti ex bibliotheca Fulvi Ursini. Adiunctis familiis XXX ex libro Atoni Augustini ep. Ilerdensis, Romae 1577" is regarded as the first "Corpus" in the history of numismatics
  • [Heuser 2003: 97]
    • see [Cooper 1993: 95]
    • biography and work: [Ronchini / Poggi 1880]; [Nolhac 1884: Lettere]; [Nolhac 1994: Collections]; [Nolhac 1994: Galerie]; [Nolhac 1887: 1–36]; [Delcourt / Hoyoux 1950: I: 18f. Nr. 10]; [Durme 1950]; [Vocht 1959: 147]; [Voet 1981: II: 513–522 Nr. 854–858]; [Voet 1982: V: 2264––2269, 2348ff.]; [Lintott 1983: 208ff.]; [Ruysschaert 1987]; [Ajello / Haskell / Gasparri 1988]; [Riebesell 1989]; [Daly Davis 1994: 107f., 121f.]; [Fornari Schianchi / Spinosa 1995]; [Thomson de Grummond: 1996: II: 830–833];
    • [Schreurs 2000: 111, 119] about his relation to Pirro Ligorio
    • about his position in the history of portrait iconography: [Jongkees 1960]; [Riebesell 1989: 152–159]; [Thomson de Grummond 1996: II: 832f.]
    • about the publishing collaboration with Agustín: [Nolhac 1887: 60ff.]; [Jongkees 1960]; [Mandowsk/Mitchell 1963: 29f.]
  • according to Andreas Schott SJ in [Agustín 1765: I, XVIII] regular guest in Agustín's house in Rome: "Cum enim domicilium Romæ Antonius haberet, pontificiarum caussarum judex aequissimus,& quasi rerum ac fortunarum suarum sedem ibi, si arbitratu suo perpetuo vivere licuisset, horis subsecivis, quibus a negotiis publicis laxamenti aliquid dabatur ad corporis animique relaxationem, cum eruditissimis hominibus, qui domum ejus assidue discendi gratia frequentabant, Octavio Pantagatho, Gabriele Faerno, Bafilio Zancho, Onuphrio Panvinio, Pyrrho Ligorio, Paulo Manutio Aldi F. Carolo Sigonio, & qui hodie vivunt, Latino Latinio & Fulvio Ursino, Metello item Sequano, qui XI. ipsòs annos in illius, contubernio jucundissime vixit, cæterisque domi suae, quæ illis oraculum, verius Delphico, esse videbatur, de urbis Romæ antiquitatibus, inscriptionibus, numismatis, rerum gestarum memoria, & scriptoribus antiquis Græcis atque Latinis, omnique adeo philologia & interioribus litteris libenter disserebat, & inftar apis undique decerpebat, quibus Spartam, quod ajunt, illustraret suam."
 
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