Lettere di Angelo Maria Arcioni ad Antonio Magliabechi e a Francesco Arisi

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In the last years of his long and industrious life, Angelo Maria Arcioni (1606-1689) embarked in a sparse, but not futile corrispondence with both Antonio Magliabechi (1633-1714) and Francesco Arisi (1657-1743). Both with the renowed Medici's librarian and with the young poet, author to come of 'Cremona literata', the aims of these conversations by letters, behind the façade, real anyhow, of a reciprocal acknowledgement of their respective merits in the artistic life of the 17th century (Aricioni's value being also to be observed in his lyric vein as follower and emulator of Angelo Grillo's poetry), are to be viewed, especially on the side of the cassinese abbot himself, in the light of a continuos desire to became an active element in the cultural network of his age, and, at the same time, of a strong will to favour and to support the scholarly work of his protégé, for example, in the letters here edited, the learned monks Benedetto Bacchini and Giovanni Battista Gentile.
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] Letters from Angelo Maria Arcioni to Antonio Magliabechi and Francesco Arisi
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)243-258
Numero di pagine16
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2015


  • Arcioni, Angelo Maria
  • Arisi, Francesco
  • Bacchini, Benedetto
  • Congregazione cassinese, storia
  • Gentile, Giovanni Battista
  • Magliabechi, Antonio


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