Antonio Francesco Gori (1691 – 1757) started work on the Museum Florentinum, a comprehensive visual record of the Medici and other collections in Florence of antiquities of all kinds; the project eventually extended to twelve folio volumes, published 1731-1766. Pictured are front and back views of Dei Praestitis Signumex Aere.
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Le Museum De Florence: Ou, Collection Des Pierres Gravées, Statues, Médailles Et Peintures, Qui Se Trouvent À Florence, Principalement Dans Le Cabinet ... De Toscane, Volumes 5-6... (French Edition)
Le Museum De Florence: Ou, Collection Des Pierres Gravées, Statues, Médailles Et Peintures, Qui Se Trouvent À Florence, Principalement Dans Le Cabinet ... Duc De Toscane, Volume 8... (French Edition)
Callimachus Hymns and Epigrams published in 1755 included three engraved illustrations of statues all of which were copied in reverse from Antonio Francisco Gori’s Museum Florentinum.
Gori's Museum Etruscum and Museum Florentinum are both listed at rarebooksandautographs.com
Another page of plates from the book, the George Glazer Gallery.