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Perfetti, Sienese improrisatore, 632.

Pergola, La, theatre at Florence, 381.

Pericaud, M., librarian of the city of Lyons,
698 n.

Periccioli, Giuliano, designer with the pen.
628.

Vericolanti, Donne, convent of : pensions
granted to vedove pericolanii, 224.

Pcroni, Don Giuseppe, painter uf the Par-
mesan school (18th ccHiury;, 43, 278. 279 ;
his tomb, 280.

Persico, count. an!hor of the description of
Verona and its province, 113, 118 »i., 124.

Perticari : Ui^Difesa di £)««(£, 63 ; his widow,
daughter of Monti, ibid.; considered the
Italian language equal to the Latin for the
lapidary slyle, 31 1 ; 428, 503, 562 Ji , 613 n.



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INDEX.



Pertinax, emperor, 689.

Peruccliini, his agreeable Venetian air, M9.

Perugia, town, U9, 648.

Perugino, surname of Pietro Vannnccl,
painter, cliief of the Roman school ,
574, 573, 578, 579, 582. .590, 619, 621, 622,
623, 625, 626, 627, 628, 629, 650, 653, 634.

— palace, at Florence, 570.

— , celebrated commercial company of Flo-
rence, 521.

Pernzzini, Cav. Giovanni, of Ancona, painter
of the Bolognese school C17lh ceniury\ 43,
452.

Pesaro, town, 428.

— , Benedetto, general : his mausoleum, 'ovarra, 54— St., atPalestrina,
601 — in Ciel d'Oro, St., ancient church at
Pavia, 77, 79— llie martyr, St , oratory at
Perugia, 649— in Aincoli, St., church at
Pisa, 408— .Majjr, St , church at Pistoja, 663
— basilic rif, at Hume, 500 — the intenorde-
scriljed, 501— cost of tis construciion, 504 —
in Montorio, S!., church at Rome, .558— in
Vincoli, St.,irfe>n,542— aOvile, St., church
atSiena,623 — in Castel-Vecchio, St., idem,
622— St., church at Sulmon.i, 456 ; at Ve-
nice, 171 — andPaul, Sts., church a; Venice,
190— St., at Viccnza, 129— in Seici, St., at
Volterra, 656.

Peters, Vinceslas, painter of animals, 596.

Pelraja, La, palace near Florence, 395.

Petrarch, Francis : his Virgil at the Ambro-



sian, 52; his life at Linterno,69;his treatise
On the remedies against either fortune,
70; analogy between his opinions and
Montaigne's, ibid. ; his bust at Pavia, 78 ;
avowal of his libertinism during his passion
for Laura, 78; accompanied bis Terses on
the lute, 107 n. ; his treatise On the duty
and qualifications of those %cho command ,
112; disciivers Cicero's Epistolce Fami-
liares, 116 ; founder of the library of St.
Mark, 155, 162; his various portraits all
different, 199; the most authentic, ibid.;
204, 210; his autograph letter to bis physi-
cian, 210 ; prejudiced against medicine,
ibid. ; his house and tomb at Arqua, 112,
195, 215 ; impression caused by bis tomb,
217, 272 ; bis cenotaph at the cathedral of
Parma, of which he was archdeacon and
canon, 276; his house at Parma, 286; his
building, 286 ; bis life at Parma, 287;
visit he received from a b:ind enthusiast,
287 ; composed the sreater part of his
Africa there, ibid.; Ins retreat at Selva
Plana, 288, 503 ; his copy of Cicero's Kpis-
tolce Familiares and Ejiistolce ad Jtlicum
in the Laurentian, 529 ; one of his portraits
there, 532, 554, 561, 596, 599, 4,57, 460; wit-
nessed a gladiatorial condiat, 462, 467;
autcigrapb manuscript of his Rime in the
Vatican, 315. 514, 384. 595, 628; curious
incident on tlie day o\ his triumph, 632 n. ;
bouse where he was born, al Arezzo, 637,
671, 673, 678 n.

Petrazzi. Astolfo, painter of the Sienese
school vl7th century), 621, 622, 623,624,
628.

Petrel!!. S. Giuseppe, sculptor, 201 n.

Pclrouiiis ; dialli of, at Cum:e, 373.

— , St., church at Bologna, 109, 242; apart-
ments of the Iieside2iza della Rev. Fab-
brica, 242 ; different plans for its facade by
ihe first architects, 243.

Pelrucci, buok-eller at Rome, 540.

— , marcpiis, of Pi'saro, learned n ituralist, 428.

— , Antonelle, minister ot Ferdinand I, : his
supposed corpse, 456.

— , or the Magnificent, lyranl of Siena : his
palace, 629; bis tomb, 633.

Pevcrelli, architect, Cagnola's pupil, 69 n.

Peyron, abbe .\medio, professor at the imi-
versily ot Turin, 696, 697.

Pezzana, S .•i., librarian of Parrna, 271, 279j
309 n.

Pezzo, .Marco, learned Veronese, 130 n.

Pizzoli, house of, at .Milan, 37.

Pbi.elfo, Francesco : his manuscript DeJocis
el Seriis, 34.

Plii!ip of Xeri, St. : his dwelling, 333— con-
vent at Rome. i6.— cbuich at Forli, 423—
at Naples, 453— at Novara, 34— al Pistoja,
664— Tnrin, 694, 702.

Philip Ihe Fair; account of his disbursements
during the year 1301, 321.

Philippines the, church at Padua, 208.

Philosiraius, 601.

Pbysiciaiis : inscription expressing Petrarch's
dislilve uf them, 210.

Pia villa, in the gardens of Ihe Vatican, at
Rome, 521



INDEX.



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Pianca house, at Milan, 57.

Piaiiciani, the P. G. B., Jesuit, 534.

Pianigiani, professor, of Siena, 635.

Pianijianiiio, painter, 630.

Piazza, doctor Antonio, of Pailua, 214.

— , Calisto, of Loili, painter of llie Venetian
school (16lh century), 42, 45, 97, 100.

— , Paolo, called Padre Cosmo, painter of
the Venetian school (IGlli century), 139.

Piazza di Arioslo, at l-errara, 232— of the
Grand Duke, at Florence, 318— Virgiliana,
at Maniua, 300— di Spagna, at Konie, 370—
del Popolo, at Rouie, 530— of St. Mark, at
Venice, 144— dclle Erhe, al Verona, ll'J.

Piazzctta, Gianibattcsta, painter of the Vene-
tian school (17th cenlury), 211.

Piazzi, the P., astronomer, 469.

Piccinnino, Jacopo, celebrated general, 266.

Piccolonuni loggia, at Siena, 630.

— palace, al Siena, 629, 630.
Piccolomini Bellanli, Cav., of Siena ; his

gallery and its rarities, 629.

Pico della Mirandola, a piiuce of great learn-
ing : his tomb in St. Jlark's, at Florence,
349; 357, 592, 393 n.

Picturesque in individuals, 12, 485.

Pictet Deodati, S., liltrarian of Geneva, 6.

Pie di Luco, lake, 6^3.

Piella palace, at Bologna, 233.

Pier, Florentine goldsmith (l.ilh cenlury),
662.

Pier d' Arena, San, suburb of Genoa, 687.

Pieri, S., professor at the Sapienza, 583.

Piermarini, Giuseppe, of Folisno, architect
(18ih century), 56; his ingenious roof to
the theatre of La Scala, 64; the palace of
Monza, one of his best works, 74.

Piela de' Turchini, churcli at Naples, 454.

Pietatella, idem, 463.

Pietists, sectarians, 19.

Pietola : fort on the site of the ancient Andes,
Virgil's birlhplace. 298; 303.

Pietra-Mala ; ils spring called Acqua biija,
and its little volcano called Fuoco del
legno, 312.

Pietra Santu, town, 670.

Pielro of Cortona, surname of Pietro Berret-
tini, painter ol the Uouian school {17th
century , 327, 332, 363, 574, 436, 529. 531.
333, 335, 5'«7, ,o33, 360, 5G3; his ceiling of
the Barberini, 568, 574, 601, 634, 663.

— of Toledo, viceroy of Naples : instrumental
inrepeopling Puzzuoli, 471.

— , Giulio di, painter of the Sienese school
(13lh century , 631.

— , Landodi, military architect of Siena, 628.

Pieve, church at Arezzo, 637— at CastiglLone,
635.

— , near Cento, 233.

— , Citta della, town near Perugia, 633.

Pifferari, mountaineers of the Abruzzi and
Calabria : their songs during Advent at
Home, 339.

Pigazzano, near Placentia, villager's house
at, with an inscription by S. Giord.ini, 311.

Pigeons of the piazza of St. Mark, 145.

— , mosaic of the, al the museum of the Ca-
pitol, S26.



Pigio dei Buonaguidi, Mic!ieledi,of Volterra:
his tomb, 658.

PIgua, Giambattisia, lilstorian of the |irinces
of Este, favourite of the duke Alfonso,
Tasso's enemy and rival in love, 221.

PigniTol, town, 703.

Pignone, Simone, painter of the Florentim
school (17th cenlury), 366.

Piguotti of Arezzo, poet, physician, natura-
list, anliquary : his mausoleum at t!ie
Campo-S:into ol Pisa, 406, 637.

Pilate's house, al Rome, 393.

Pinacoteca, of Bologna, 259— Brera, alMil.'!!),
60— the Capitol at Rome, 529— Verona, 1 !8.

Pinali, S., distinguished architect and anli-
quary of Verona, 108, 118.

rincio, mount, 572.

PiniJemonte, Ippoiito, poet, 63, 101 7?..; his
niouuincnt of LoieiiZ', HI, 119, 120, 122,
163, 168; Academician of Padua, 197 n. ;
577 n.

Pineta, of Ravenna, description, 421.

Pino, gineial : his collection of pictures, 62 ;
his villa, 83.

— de' Rossi, rich Florentine, 399.
Pintelli, Baccio, Florentine architect (15!h

cenlury), 350 ; his cupola of the church ol
SI- Auguitine, 332, 538, 360.

Pinturicchio, Bernardino, painter of Ihe
Uoinan school (ISIh cenlurv\ 529, 530,
535, 540, 559,619, 621.

Pio, Alberto, prince of Carpi, 255.

— , Angelo, Bologuese sculptor ( 17l!i cen-
tury), 237.

— college, at Perugia, 652.

Piola, Domenico, painter of the Genoese
school (18lli cenlury), 675, 685, 686.

— , Geronimo, painter of the Genoese s-chool
(t7th century), 679, 685.

— , Pellegro, idem, 680.

Pio luogo della Congrega, charitable esta-
blishment at Brescia, 100.

Piombi, the, prison at Venice, 147, 157.

Pionibino, town, 640.

Piombo, Sebastian del, painter of the Flo-
rentine school (If)lh century), 62, 164.

Piranesi, Giambattisia, engraver and archi-
tect (18lh century). 536.

Piron : the author's reason for not seeking
the hou^e where he was born al Dijon, 1.

Pir.ini, Geronimo, of Vicenza, sculplor and
painter (13tli century), 200.

Pisa, town, 401; first town In Europe that
hail a maritime code, 406, 449.

Pisan, Chrislina de, 237.

Pisanello, Viltono, painter of Ihe Venetian
school (13lh century), 111, 113. 630.

Pisani, sculptor, director of Ihe Modena Aca-
demy of Fine Arts, 267.

Pisani (a Saint Paul) palace, at Venice, 162.

Pisaroni, signora, singer, 581.

Pisateilo, river, 423, 424.

Piscina Mirabile, 474.

Piso, Calpurnius : his villa at Ba'is, 475.

Pisogna, town, 90.

Pispini, gate, al Siena, 630.

Pistoja, town, 662; noted lor its organ-;, 663.

Pilenlino, Alberto. hydrauUc architect of
Mantua fl2th cenluryi, 298.

di.



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INDEX.



ritti, Jacopo, one of the deputies appointed
to examine the Decameron, 537 n.

— palace, at Florence, 373.

Pittotii, Giambattista, painter of the Venetian

school (18ih century), 200.
Pins U : his letters to Mahomet II., 491, 6t9,

630.

— IV. : his statue in the cathedral of Milan,
59 ; raises a rich inausoieuin to his brother,
Giovaimi Jacopo de' Merlici, ibid.

— V. ; his empty coffin at ihe abbey del
Bosco, 692.

— VI. : 498. 301 n. his tomb, 502, 503, 512 n.,
313, 5'48, 535 n. 364, 602, 616.

— Vli. ; crowned at St. George's, at Venice,
172; 424, 303, 515, 528, 5 '.8, 353, 355, 585,
652, 6j'onaccio, Pietro, wrongly accused of

atheism : his tomb, 296.
Pona, Francesco, physician : ins tomb, H3,

118.
Ponaie, cascade, 103.
Ponbucci.S., librarian ot Cortona, 654.
Ponchiiio, Giambattista, c.dled Borzato, of

Castelfranco, painter of the Venetian school

(16lli century), 138.
Pons, French astronomer, 585.
Pontano, Joviano, president of the Neapolitan

Academy : his epitaph, 453, 512.
Ponte, Atitonio da, sculptor and architect

(16th century), 131; his bridge of the

Riallo, 163.
Ponic, ancient game, at Pisa, 410.
Poute di Lagoscuro, limit of the papal states,

217.

— Longo at Albt ngi, 680— Molle, near Rome,
60S— Nuovo, ^t R.ivenna, 421— Rotlo, at
Rome, 393.

Pontine marshes, 498.

Ponti-Rossi, ancient aqueduct at Naples, 470.

Pontormo, .surname (d' Jacopo Carrucci,
painter of the Floienline school fieih cen-
tury ), 327, 5.31, 3.32 5.37, 366, 592.

Ponzio, Flaminio, architect ( 16lh century ),
365, 567, 60-.



INDEX.



763



Ponzone, count Ala di : his gallery, 307.

Pope, Alexander, 307.

Popes : powerful abroad, but weak at Rome,
in the middle ages, HO; collection of popes'
portraits, 703.

Popoli, town, 436.

Poppi, surname of Francesco Marandinl,
painter of the Fioreiitiue school (IGlh cen-
tury), 664, 6ti3.

Pordenone, surname of Giovanni Antonio
Licino, painter of the Venetian school
(t6lh century), 88, 137, 140, 164; his St.
Lorenzo Giu^liiiiani, Hi8, 177, 178, 190, 282,
299,306,311,324,325.

Porrata, Jacopo, of Cosmo, sculplor (I3lh
century), 305.

Porsenna : liis pretended labyrinth and mau-
soleum, 635.

Porta, Agostino della, painter of tlie Floren-
tine school (13th century), 635.

— , Fernando, painter of the Milanese school
(18th century), 42.

— , Gusiielmo della, Milanese sculptor (16th
century\ 433, 443 ; his mausoleum of Paul
III., 502; 534, 684.

— , Jaco|io della. architect (16th century),
333, 540, 330, 353, 356, 362, 375, 582, 603,
684, 683.

Porta Cdiiuana, at Naples, 434— Orientale,
gate of, at Milan, 37— Pia, at Rome, 347—
Stiera, quarter of Bologna, 236— San Spi-
rito, at Rome, 560— Maggiore, alRonie, 540
— delPi'polo, at Home, 350.

Portici, 473.

Portico of Octavia, at Rome, 590.

Portin;trl, Foico, founder of the liospilal of
Santa Maiia Nuova, at Florence, 382.

— , Pigello, clerk of Cosmo di Medici, founder
of a chapel, 44.

Purtioncida, church at Assisi, 643.

Porto, Luigi da ; his novel of Romeo and Ju-
liet, 106 «.

Porto, ancient college of Nobles del, at Bo-
logna, 236 Ti.

— Barbaran palace, at Vicenza, 128.

Porlr.iits of painters drawn by themselves,
collection of, in the gallery of Florence,
524.

Posi, Paolo, of Siena, architect (17lh centu-
ry), 560.

Posilipo, grotto of, 467.

Posiiano, town, 487.

Possagno, village, Canova's native place; his
temple, 133.

Possenti, Giovanni Pielro, painter of the Bo-
lognese school (17ih century), 203

Possidrnti, painter of the Bolognese school
i17lh century), 294.

Po'itierla, piazza di, at Siena, 629.

Potrnze, ancient popular games of Florence,
362.

Potter, Paul, painter of the Dutch school
(17th century), 693.

Poussin, suinauie of Guaspre Dughet, pain-
ter of the Roman school, 370, 542, 36">,
578, 597.

— , Nicola«, French painter (17th century\
62, 325, 419, 463, 479, 308, 509, 310, 520,
528, 329; his mausoleum, 530; 342, 548,



563, 566, 568, .370, 575, 376; his walk ia the
campagna of Rome, 608; 644, 666.

Puvcda, S. Giusejipe de"; his vvork entitled
Del Sepolcro di mess. Ciovrmni Boccac-
cio e di vurie sue Mcmorie, 400.

Povera palace, at Genoa, 679,

Puzzano, hill of, 486.

Pozzetti. 339 «., 393 n.

Pozzi, bishop of San Donnino, designer,
283.

— , the P. Andrea, of Trent, painter and ar-
chitect, corrupter of taste (17th century),
113, 14), 531,333.

Pozzo, the abbe Agostino dal, author of the
jMemorie iUoriche de' Selte cumuni vicen-
tiiii, 130 n.

— , Louis, Flemish painter, 142

— di Uiana. celebrated well of Siena, 621.

Pozziioli, town, 471.

Pradier, M., his statue of Rousseau, 3.

PratI, Bartolommeo, jurisconsult : his mau-
soleum, 276.

Prato, town, 660.

— , gate«/, at Florence, 383.

Prato, Domenico da, uoet, 339 n.

— , Francesco dal, painter of the Florentine
school 16ih century), 98.

— della Valle, scjuare and promenade at Pa-
dua, 212; Canova's statue erected there
during his life, ibid. n.

Pratolicri house, at Keggio, 270.

Pratolino, ancient villa, 312.

Praxedus St., church at Rome, 541.

Praxiteles, Greek sculptor, 442.

Preaching, |iroiestani,4; Italian, 5!, 322.

Predora, vdlage; its ruined tower, 91.

Prefrttizio palace, at Vicenza : its loggia
127.

Presentation of the Virgin, church at Bolo-
gna, 552.

Preti, Francesco Maria, architect, of Castel-
franco (18lh century), 13S.

Previtali, Andrea, of Bergamo, painter of the
Venetian school (16lh century), 86, 88.

Priests, parish (Italian) : learning among
thfui, 279.

Piimaticcio, Francesco, painter of the Bolo-
gnese school (I6ih century), 294, 300, 501,
302.

Prina, professor at the university of Pavia,
76.

Prinetti, sculplor, of Novara, 3i, 33.

Pruning, nourishing at Milan, 58; formerly
an art, now a trade, 166; its present state
at Venice, 167; at Naules, 448; at Rome,
575.

Prisons of Italy. 31 ; their accordance with
the different degrees of civilisation, 158.

Prohus, Peter, Dutch painter (16th century),
323.

Procaccini, Andrea, painter of the Roman
school (18lh ci'ntury),3"8.

— , Antonio, pjinter of the Bolognese school
(17th century), 44.

— , Camillo, painter of the Bolognese school
(17th century\ 34, 40, 41.42, 43, 44,45,48,
49, 70. 73, 79, 80, 81 ; his Last judgment,
269; 309, 310. 311, 683,688.

— , Ercolc, the elder and the younger, pain-



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tors of the Bolosnese school 16th century),

47, 48, 49, 87, 264.
Pi-ocaccini, Giusp|ipe, painter, 75.
— , Giulio Cesare, painter of the Bolosnese

school, and sculptor (17th centnrv', 57, 39.

40, 41 . 42, 43, 44, 49, 7



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