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Bocca (`Fratelli Bocca'); booksellers, Milan, Turin, Florence, Rome; Giuseppe Bocca (1788/90-1864) opened the first shop in Milan; in 1829 he moved to Turin and took over the publishing business of his brothers Carlo and Maurizio; in 1857 Giuseppe's son Casimiro took over the business, opening shops in Florence in 1864 and in Rome in 1870; the business then passed to his son, Giuseppe junior, the sole proprietor of the firm by 1890, who closed the shop in Turin in 1936 and concentrated the business in Milan; see DBI X 819-21, Cristiano 70. ♦ Categorisation: Type: Person. Gender: Unknown. Period: unknown century.

4 entries:

  • A-393(1) Aristoteles — De caelo et mundo. — Venice: Bonetus Locatellus, for Octavianus Scotus, 18 Aug. 1495. Folio.
  • G-019(1)? Gaietanus de Thienis — Recollectae super Physica Aristotelis. — Venice: Bonetus Locatellus, for Octavianus Scotus, 5 Aug. 1496. Folio.
  • H-101(1) Hieronymus — Regula monachorum, et al. — [Milan]: Philippus de Lavagnia, 28 Nov. [1]475. 8°.
  • M-004(1) Macrobius, Aurelius Theodosius — In somnium Scipionis expositio, et al. — Venice: [Johannes Rubeus Vercellensis], 29 June 1492. Folio.

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