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Ferdinand Columbus : Renaissance collector (1488-1539).

Mark P. McDonald

Ferdinand Columbus : Renaissance collector (1488-1539).

by Mark P. McDonald

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Published in London : British Museum Press, 2005 .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL22713688M
ISBN 100714126446

Ferdinandus Columbus sive Hispanice Hernando Colón (Cordubae natus die 15 Augusti ; Hispali mortuus anno ), filius quem Christophoro Columbo Beatrix Enríquez de Arana peperit, fuit bibliophilus et patris biographus. Illa vita Hispanice scripta post mortem auctoris ab Alphonso Ulloa Italiane versa anno titulo Historie edita est. Documenta congerere incepit ad descriptionem et. Christopher Columbus’s second son, Ferdinand. These maps combined traditional representations of the oiku-mene, of varying degrees of elaboration, with depictions of individual saints perhaps associated with particular shrines, such as Santiago de Compostella In the late fifteenth century it would seem that traditional mappae-.

Ferdinand Columbus (Fernando Colombo, Fernando Colón, Hernando Colon), the second son of Christopher Columbus, returned from the New World in , and proceeded to collect one of the largest private libraries of the sixteenth library, La Bibliotheca Colombina, included ab volumes, of which about survive today, including books printed before   [Photos: Renaissance World Map Sports Magical Creatures] Martellus used a number of books to inform his map, including the book "Hortus Sanitatis," which .

Ferdinand Columbus: Renaissance collector () by Mark P McDonald (Book) The print collection of Ferdinand Columbus: (): a Renaissance collector in Seville by Mark P McDonald (Book). The Print Collection of Ferdinand Columbus (): A Renaissance collector in Seville Christian Rümelin. Landmarks in Print Collecting: Connoisseurs and Donors at the British Museum since ; Prints and Printmaking: An Introduction to the history and techniques (2nd edn.) Richard Sharp. John Talman. An early Eighteenth-Century Connoisseur.


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Ferdinand Columbus was the youngest son of Christopher Columbus. He was born in Cordoba inhis mother was from that city. He was the illegitimate son of the Discoverer, but his father recognized him and they always had a close relationship.

He. Mark P. McDonald, The Print Collection of Ferdinand Columbus (–): A Renaissance collector in Seville. London, British Museum Press, ISBN –Author: Christian Rümelin.

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Ferdinand Columbus (–) was a Spanish bibliographer and cosmographer, and the son of the explorer Christopher Columbus. In the early sixteenth century he embarked on a project to create a library of every book in the world, assembling around 15–20, books during his lifetime and creating the largest library of his day.

Christopher Columbus returned to Europe in the final days ofending his third voyage to the Indies not in triumph but in chains. Seeking to justify his actions and protect his rights, he began to compile biblical texts and excerpts from patristic writings and medieval theology in a manuscript known as the Book of Prophecies.

This unprecedented collection was designed to support his. Ferdinand Columbus, son of Christopher Columbus and author of the first published account of a voyage to the New World, was also the owner of one of the largest private libraries assembled during the Renaissance and the most important early collection of prints.

Although the collection has vanished, about half of it has been reconstructed by Cited by: 2. Exhibition: Columbus: Renaissance Collector is to open at the British Museum. The museum's Columbus is Ferdinand, the illegitimate son of. The chapters address the place of book-marking in schools and churches, the use of the "manicule" (the ubiquitous hand-with-pointing-finger symbol), the role played by women in information management, the extraordinary commonplace book used for nearly sixty years by Renaissance England's greatest lawyer-statesman, and the attitudes toward.

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McDonald. Hernando Colón was the illegitimate son of famed explorer Christopher Columbus. His love of books inspired him to attempt an ambitious dream: store all of the world's books. The book’s title refers to the 1, books that were lost in a shipwreck while sailing from Venice to Seville; Ferdinand had already listed and catalogued them all.

In an exhibition curated by Mark P. McDonald at the British Museum recreated many of Ferdinand’s riches and the excellent catalogues accompanying that exhibition brought. Mark P. McDonald, The print collection of Ferdinand Columbus (): a Renaissance collector in Seville. 2 voll. Londinii: British Museum, Londinii: British Museum, Tomás Marín Martínez, "Memoria de las obras y libros de Hernando Colón" del Bachiller Juan Pérez.

In the 16th century, Hernando Colón assembled one of the greatest print-media collections the world had ever known. For centuries, its reference book was missing — .The Print Collection of Ferdinand Columbusa Renaissance Collector in Seville By Mark P.

McDonald London: The British Museum Press, 2 vols.; vol. 1: History and Commentary, pp, b&w illus., 17 col. Illus.; vol. 2: Inventory Catalogue, pp; and CD-Rom.

ISBN ‎King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain are most often remembered for the epochal voyage of Christopher Columbus. But the historic landfall of October was only a secondary event of the year.

The preceding January, they had accepted the surrender of Muslim Granada, ending centurie.