Bryn Mawr College Library Special Collections

Phyllis Walter Goodhart Gordan Papers

Part II: Box and Folder List (Papers - Boxes 1-11)

Special Collections Department, Bryn Mawr College Library
Collection Number: M46

Copyright 2007 by Special Collections Department, Bryn Mawr College Library
Last Updated: June 19, 2007

Box 1

Box 1 is part of the unit, comprised of Boxes 1-5, which contains all of Mrs. Gordan's notes in both handwritten and typed versions. This is the only box which is not organized in obvious sequence. The volumes included herein are duplicated elsewhere.

This box contains twelve black loose-leaf binders in which are Mrs. Gordan's handwritten and typed notes on a large number of Renaissance scholars, rulers, and ecclesiastics. The first two volumes in this box contain handwritten lists of cross references. All other volumes contain typed bibliographic and biographic notes. The contents of each volume have been arranged alphabetically as follows:

Vol. 1: Cross References A-L (A photocopy of this binder is located in Box 5, Vol. 17.) The names listed in this volume correspond to those appearing in the binders of bibliographic and biographic notes in Boxes 1-5. The names are spelled as they appear on the first page of each entry:

Benedictus de Accoltis
Francesco de Accolti Aretino
Alamannus Adimarius = Andreas Alamannus
Alanus de Coetivy, Cardinal of Avignon
Nicolas de Albergatis, Cardinal of S. Crucis
Alexander V
Alexander VI
Franciscus Episcopus Aquiensis
Bartholomeus de Aragazzis de Montepolitiano
Alfonso of Aragon
Alfonso Hispanus
Hieronymus Aliottus
Antonius Cremonensis
Aurispa
Stephanus Auximanus

Francesco Barbaro
Hermolaus Barbarus
Petrus Barbus
Gasparino Barzizza
Henry Beaufort
Antonius Beccadellius Panormita
Bertus Gemensis
Bessarion
Nicolas Bildeston
Feltrinus Bojardus
Bornio della Sala da Bologna
Franciscus Bossius
Jacopus Bracceleus
Carlo Brugnolo
Leonardo Bruni
Bartholomeo Bucino
Alfonsus de S. Maria de Cartagena, Episcopus Burgensis

Julianus Caesarinus
Calixtus III
Bartolomeo Capra
Domenico Capranica
Matthaeus de Coretto
Fugidio da Carpi
Johannes Carvajal
Giovanni di Castiglione
Ludovico Cataneo
Christophoros Gauchus (Cauchus)
Comes Celani
Henry Chichele
Cincius Romanus

Prospero Colonna
Franciscus Condulmerius
Francesco Coppino
Antonius Corbinellus
Gregorio Correr
Johannes Corvinus Aretinus

Pier Candidus Decembrius
Petrus Donatus

Enoch of Ascoli
Leonello d'Este
Guillaume d'Estouteville, Rothomagensis
Eugenius IV

B. Faccius
Vittorino de Rambaldoni da Feltre
Fernandus Didax
Francescus Filelfus
Jacopo Foscaro
Francesco da Pistoia
Frederick III
Angelottus Fuscus

Petrus Giambacurtus
Gaspar of Verona
Antonius Gentilis
Giovanni Francesco Gonzaga
Gotardus Cancellarius Ianuensis
William Gray
Francesco Griffolini Aretino
Guarino
Baptista Guarino
Hieronymus Guarinus
Bartholomaeus Guascus
Blasius de Guasconibus

Henry the Navigator
Johannes Corvinus Hunyadi

Juan II of Castille
Andreolus Justinianus

John Kemp

Johannes Lamola
Gerardus Landrianus, Bishop of Lodi
Francescus (Legnamine) Patavinus
Lippus (Laurentius Lippus?)
Ludovicus Scarampo Mezzarota
Ludovicus (of Luxembourg), Archiepiscopus Rothomagensis
Antonius Luscus
Nicolas Luscus

Vol. 2: Cross References M-Z (A photocopy of this binder is located in Box 5, Vol. 18.) The figures listed in this volume correspond to those appearing in the binders of bibliographic and biographic notes in Boxes 1-5.

Scipio de Mainentibus
Malatesta Novellus
Mattheus Malferitus
Astorgius Manfredus
Francescus (Marescalcus) Ferraniensis
Carlo Marsuppini
Martin V
Matteo da Trevi
Carolus de Medicis
Cosimo dei Medici
Philippus de Medicis
Johannes de Mella
Petrus de Monte
Federicus de Montefeltro
Dalmazio de Muro

Nicolas V
Iohannes Nicolas Salerni
Nicolò de Niccoli

Otto the Balia
Jacopus Antonius de Oratoribus (della Torre)

Baptista Pallavicini, Episcopus Reginus
Albertus Parisius
Paul II (Petrus Barbus)
Nicolas Perottus
Ludovicus Petronius
Petrus Noxetanus
Richard Pettworth
Francesco Pizzolpasso, Episcopus Aquenisis, Mediolanensis
Pius II
Poggio
Iohannes Porcellius
Giovanni Ceparelli Sassuolo da Prato
Franciscus Comes Puppius

Galleottus de Ricasolis
Rinutius
Jean de la Rochetaillée, Cardinal of Rouen
Bartholomeus Roverella

Alfonsus Paulus de Sancta Maria Episcopus Burgensis
Giovanni Salvetto
Albertus de Sarteano
Gaspar Schlick
Alexander Sforza
Simon de Teramo
Mariano Soccino
Joannes Spelimbergensis
John Stafford, Archbishop of Canterbury
Palla Strozzi
Suffretus

L. Therunde
Petrus Thomasius
Gregorius Tifernas
Phillipus Tifernas
Johannes Tortellius
Nicodemus Tranchedinus de Pontremble
Georgius Trapezuntius
A. Traversari
Johannes Turrecremata

Valasius of Portugal
Laurentius Valla
Robertus Valturius
Jacobus de Vanutiis
Filippo Maria Visconti
Johannes de Vitelleschis

Vol. 3: E (Duplicate typed version is located in Box 3, Vol. 14. Handwritten version found in Box 2, Vol. 13.)

Alberto Enoch d'Ascoli
Leonellus Estensis
Eugenius IV

Vol. 4: F (Duplicate typed version is located in Box 3, Vol. 15. Handwritten version found in Box 2, Vol. 14.)

Bartholomeus Faccius
Federicus Imperator III (IV)
Vittorino da Feltre (de Rambaldonis)
Fernandus Didax de Toledo
Giacomo Foscari
Franciscus Foscarus
Jacobus Foscarus
Angelottus Fuscus Romanus

Vol. 5: Filelfus (Duplicate typed version is located in Box 3, Vol. 16. Handwritten version found in Box 2, Vol. 15.)

Franciscus Philelphus

Vol. 6: Poggius (Duplicate typed version is located in Box 5, Vols. 10 & 11. Handwritten version found in Box 4, Vol. 5.)

Poggius
Poggius' family mentioned
Poggius' wife mentioned

Vol. 7: QR (This volume is somewhat out of order. Duplicate [almost exact] typed version is located in Box 5, Vol. 12. Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vols. 7 & 8.)

Martino di Tocco
Tommaso Tomasini of Thomasius
Iacopo Antonio della Torre
Episcopus Reginus
Galeotto Ricasoli
Jean de la Roche-Taillee; Ludovicus de Luxembourg
Hardouin de Bueil
Guglielmus de Tutavillea = Cardinal Andegaviensis, Rothomagensis, Ostiensis
Cardinal Ludovicus de Luxembourg, Archbishop of Rouen; Jean de la Rochetaillee, Cardinal of Rouen
Bartholomeus Roverella, Archbisop of Ravenna

Vol. 8: S (Duplicate typed version is located in Box 5, Vol. 13. Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 9.)

Domenico Sabino
Giovanni Niccolò (di Salerno)
Albertus Sarteanus (includes 'B.N. new acquisitions')
Iohannes de Prato, giure consulto
Saxolus Pratensis (Sassolo da Prato)
Gaspar Schlick
Francesco Sforza
Alexander Sforza
Simon de Teramo
Marianus Soccinus (Senior)
Marianus Sozzinus (Minor Senensis)
Giovanni da Spilimbergo
Pallas de Strozzis

Vol. 9: T (Duplicate typed version is located in Box 5, Vol. 14. Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 10.)

Petrus Thomasius
Philip Tifernates
(P) Gregorio Tifernate (Hieronymus Tifernates filed in this section)
Joannes Tortellius
Georgius Trapezuntius

Vol. 10: T II (Duplicate typed version found in Box 5, Vol. 15. Handwritten version found in Box 4, Vol. 10.)

Georgius Trapezuntius (continued from previous volume)
Ambrogius Traversarius
Matthaeus Trevianus
Joannes Turrecremata (Juan de Torquemada)

Vol. 11: V (Duplicate [almost exact] typed version is located in Box 5, Vol. 16. Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 10 & 11.)

Jaconus Vanucci de Cortonio
Valesio Portaghese
Laurentius Valla
Laurentius Valla, Johannes Tortellius
Robertus Valturius (Ariminensis)
Augustinus de Villa (da Ferrara)
Philippus Maria de Vicecomitibus (Visconti)
Johannes de Vitelleschis, Episcopus Recanatensis
Ernst Walser
Cardinal Franciscus Zarabella, bishop of Florence

Vol. 12: Not labelled, but should be V II (Duplicate typed version is located in Box 5, Vol. 16. Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 10 & 11.)

Valla bibliography

 

Box 2

Box 2 is part of the unit, comprised of Boxes 1-5, which contains all of Mrs. Gordan's notes in both handwritten and typed versions. In general, this box is the handwritten counterpart to Box 1 Vols. 3-5, all of Box 3, and Box 5 Vols. 1 & 2.

This box contains eighteen black loose-leaf binders in which are Mrs. Gordan's handwritten bibliographic and biographic notes on Renaissance figures. Each binder is arranged alphabetically as follows:

Vol. 1: A (Typed version is located in Box 3, Vol. 1.)

List of Poggio's Correspondents (no typed counterpart)
A...
Abbas
Achilles Senensis Cancellarius
Benedetto Accolti Aretino
Francesco Accolti
Benedict Accolti the Younger
Andrea Alamannus=Alamannus Adimarius, Cardinal of Pisa
Alanus de Coëtivy
Nicolas de Albergatis, Cardinalis tit. S. Crucis
Lucas Alberinus
Alexander V
Alexander VI (Cardinal Rodrigo de Borgia)

Vol. 2: A II (Typed version is located in Box 3, Vol. 2.)

Alfonso , King of Aragon
Jerome Aliotti
Nicolaus de Amigdanis
Andreas Constantinopolitanus de Petra
Antonio Amatriciano of Amatrice
Antonius of Cremona (Mercurio)
Giovanni Aurispa (Siculus)
Stephanus Auximanus of Osimo

Vol. 3: Ba (Typed version is located in Box 3, Vol. 3.)

B...
Bartholomeus Baldana
Francisco Barbaro
Hermolaus Barbarus Protonotarius
Petrus Barbus, Cardinal tit. Sti. Marci (Pope Paul II)
Giovanni Bartholomeo de Montepolitiano
Gasparino Barzizza

Vol. 4: Be (Typed version is located in Box 3, Vol. 4.)

Henry Beaufort, Cardinal of England
Antonius Beccadelli, il Panormita
Bertus Senensis Cancellarius

Vol. 5: Bessarion (Typed version is located in Box 3, Vol. 6.)

Cardinal Bessarion

Vol. 6: Bi Bo Br (Typed version is located in Box 3, Vol. 5.)

Nicolas Bildeston
Feltrinus Bojard of Ferrara
Giliforte Bonchonte
Bonfranciscus Regiensis
Carolus Borniolus
Carolus Brugnolus
Bornius de Sala = Eburneus
Iacopus Bracelleus Ianuensis of Genoa

Vol. 7: Leonardo Bruni Aretino (Typed version is located in second half of Box 3, Vol. 8.)

Leonardus Brunus Aretinus

Vol. 8: Leonardo Bruni Aretino I (Should be II, but labeled I; typed version is located in Box 3, Vol. 7 & 8.)

Key to Mrs. Gordan's notation on manuscript list (no typed counterpart)
Leonardus Brunus Aretinus

Vol. 9: L. Brunus Aretinus III (Typed version is located in Box 3, Vol. 9.)

Leonardus Brunus Aretinus

Vol. 10: Ca (Typed version is located in Box 3, Vol, 10 & 11.)

Bartholomeo de Bucino
Stephanus Burbasius
Alfonso Garsia de Sta. Maria, Episcopus Burgensis
Paulus de S. Maria, Episcopus Burgensis
C...
Pope Calixtus III (Alfonso Borgia)
Bartolomeo Capra, Archbishop of Milan
Dominicus Capranica, Cardinal
Nicolas Capranica, Bishop of Fermo
Matthew del Caretto, Bishop of Albenga
Egidio da Carpo, Bishop of Rimini
Giovanni Carvajal, Bishop of Plancencia, Cardinal of St. Angelo Joannes de Castiglione, Cardinal of Pavia
Cardinal Placentius (Branda Castiglione)
Zanonus de Castillione, Bishop of Bayeux
Ludovico Cataneo

Vol. 11: Ce Ci Co (Note: some subjects filed here not by name but by title, such as John Stafford, Archbishop of Canterbury. Typed version of this binder is located in Box 3, Vol. 11 & 12.)

Comes Celani (Thomas de Celano?)
Edoardus Colonna
Giuliano Cesarini, Cardinal of St. Angelo
John Stafford
John Kemp
Henry Chichele
Christophorus Cauchus
Marcello Cincio = Cincio Romano = Cencio dei Rusticis
Giovanni Cirignano of Lucca
Prospero, Cardinal de Colonna
Franciscus Condulmerius, Cardinal of Aquileia
Franciscus Coppinus
Gregorio Correr
Antonio Cortesi
Giovanni Corvini Arretinus

Vol. 12: D (Typed version is located in Box 3, Vol 13.)

Petrus Decembrius Candidus
Petrus Donatus, Archiepiscopus Cretensis, Castellanus, Patavinus

Vol. 13: E (Typed versions are located in Box 1, Vol. 3 and Box 3, Vol. 14 & 15 [Eugenius IV only].)

Enoch of Ascoli
Leonello d'Este
Eugenius IV = Gabriel Condulmerius Venetus = Cardinal Senensis

Vol. 14: F (Typed versions are located in Box 1, Vol. 4 and Box 3, Vol. 15.)

Petrus Donatus (blank)
Bartolomeo Fazio
Federicus Imperator III (IV)
Vittorino dei Rambaldoni da Feltre
Fernandus Didax de Toledo
Jacopus Foscarus
Franciscus Foscarus
Agelottus Fuscus Romanus, Cardinal of St. Mark's

Vol. 15: Filelfus (Typed versions are found in Box 1, Vol. 5 and Box 3, Vol. 16.)

Franciscus Philelphus

Vol. 16: GHIJ (Note: Front cover is very loose. Typed version is located in Box 3, Vol. 17.)

Petrus Galezani Filius
Petro Pisano = Petrus de Gambacortis (born at Pisa)
Gaspar of Verona
Bartholomeus de la Gazaja Senensis
Antonius Gentilis Siculus
Bartholomeus Ghiselard
Andreolus Iustinianus (Giustinianus)
Angelus Iustinianus, Filius Andreoli
Giovanni Francesco Gonzaga of Mantua
Gotardus Cancellarius Ianuensis
William Gray (Graim, Graham), Bishop of Ely
Franiciscus Griffinolinus Arretinus (typed version is located at front of Box 3, Vol 17.)
Bartholomeus Guascus Ianuensis (typed version is located in Box 3, Vol. 18.)
Henricus, Dux Visensis = Henry the Navigator
John (Hunyad Corvinus) Vayvode of Hungary
Joannes XXIII, Antipope
Don John of Castille
John of Lucca = Johannes Cirignanus Lucensis
Johannes Petrus Lucensis

Vol. 17: Guarinus (Typed version is located in Box 3, Vol. 18.)

Guarino da Verona
Baptista Guarinus
Hieronymus Guarinus

Vol. 18: KL (Typed version is located in Box 5, Vols. 1 & 2.)

John Kemp
Giovanni Lamola
Franciscus Bossius
Gerardo Landriano, Cardinal of Como
Francisco de Legnamine, Bishop of Ferrara = Franciscus Patavinus
Lorenzo Lippi (de Colle)
Ludovicus Scarampus Mezzarota, Cardinalis Aquileiensis, Camerarius
Antonius Luscus
Nicolas Luscus

 

Box 3

Box 3 is part of the unit, comprised of Boxes 1-5, which contains all of Mrs. Gordan's notes in both handwritten and typed versions. In general, this box is the typed counterpart to Box 2.

This box contains eighteen black loose-leaf binders in which are Mrs. Gordan's typed bibliographic and biographic notes on Renaissance figures. Each binder is arranged alphabetically as follows:

Vol. 1: A I (Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol 1.)

Achilles Senensis Cancellarius
Benedetto Accolti Aretino
Francesco Accolti
Andrea Alamannus = Alamanus Adimarius, Cardinal of Pisa
Alanus de Coetivy, Episcopus Avinionensis
Nicolas de Albergatis, Cardinalis tit. S. Crucis
Lucas Alberinus, Episopus Aquinensis
Pope Alexander V
Pope Alexander VI = Rodericus Lenzuolus de Borgia

Vol. 2: A II (Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol. 2.)

Alfonso, King of Aragon
Hieronymus Aliottus
Nicolaus de Amigdanis
Andreas Constantinopolitanus de Petra
Antonio Amatriciano of Amatrice
Antonius of Cremona (Mercurio)
Giovanni Aurispa
Stephanus Auximanus of Osimo

Vol.3: B I (Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol. 3.)

B...
Bartholomeus Baldana
Francisco Barbaro
Hermolaus Barbarus Protonotarius
Petrus Barbus, Cardinal tit. Sti. Marci = Pope Paul II
Joannes Bartholomeus de Montepoliciano
Gasparino Barzizza

Vol. 4: B II (Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol.4)

Henry Beaufort, Cardinal of England
Antonius Beccadelli, il Panormita
Bertus Senensis Cancellarius

Vol. 5: B III (Note: first few pages labelled 'Jacobus Bracellus' are out of order. Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol. 6.)

Jacobus Bracelleus
Nicolas Bildeston
Feltrinus Bojard of Ferrara
Giliforte Bonchonte
Bonfrancisucus Regiensis
Carolus Borniolus
Bornius of Bologna (de Sala) = Eburneus
Iacopus Bracelleus Ianuensis of Genoa (see first entry in volume)
Leonardus Brunus Aretinus (Handwritten version found in Box 2, Vol. 8.)

Vol. 6: Bessarion (Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol. 5.)

Bessarion

Vol. 7: Bruni I (Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol. 8.)

Leonardus Brunus Aretinus

Vol. 8: Bruni II (Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol. 7.)

Leonardus Brunus Aretinus

Vol. 9: Bruni III (Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol. 9.)

Leonardus Brunus Aretinus

Vol. 10: Ca (Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol. 10.)

Bartolomeo de Bucino
Stephanus Burbasius
Alfonso de Cartagena = Paulus de S. Maria = Episcopus Burgensis
Pope Calixtus III (Alfonso Borgia)
Bartolomeo Capra, Archbishop of Milan
Dominicus Capranica = Cardinal Firmanus
Nicolas Capranica
Matthew del Caretto, Bishop of Albenga
Egidio da Carpo, Bishop of Rimini

Vol. 11: Ca-Ci (Note: some entries are listed alphabetically by title, such as 'John Stafford, Archbishop of Canterbury'. Handwritten version of this binder is located in Box 2, Vols. 10 & 11.)

Giovanni Carvajal, Bishop of Placencia, Cardinal of St. Angelo
Joannes (Zanonus) de Castiglione, Cardinal of Pavia
Ludovico Cataneo
Comes Celani (Thomas de Celano?)=Edoardus Colonna
Juliano Cesarini, Cardinal of St. Angelo
John Stafford
John Kemp
Henry Chichele
Christophorus Cauchus
Marcello Cincio = Marcellus Rusticus = Cincio Romano
Giovanni Cirignano of Lucca

Vol. 12: Co-Cr (Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol. 11.)

Prospero de Colonna
Franciscus Condulmerius, Cardinal of Aquileia
Franciscus Coppinus
Gregorio Correr
Antonio Cortesi
Giovanni Corvini Arretinus

Vol. 13: D (Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol. 12.)

Petrus Decembrius Candidus
Petrus Donatus, Archiepiscopus Cretensis, Castellanus Patavinus

Vol. 14: E (Duplicate typed version is located in Box 1, Vol. 3. Handwritten version found in Box 2, Vol. 13.)

Enoch of Ascoli
Leonello d'Este
Eugenius IV = Gabriel Condulmerius Venetus = Card. Senensis

Vol. 15: EF (Duplicate typed version is located in Box 1, Vol. 4. Handwritten version found in Box 2, Vol. 14.)

Eugenius IV (carried over from Volume 14 of this box)
Bartholomeo Fazio
Federicus Imperator III (IV)
Vittorino dei Rambaldoni da Feltre
Fernandus Didax
Jacopus Foscarus
Franciscus Foscarus
Agelottus Fuscus Romanus, Cardinal of St. Mark's

Vol. 16: Filelfus (Duplicate typed version found in Box 1, Vol. 5. Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol. 15.)

Franciscus Philelphus

Vol. 17: GHIJ (Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol. 16.)

Franciscus Griffolinus Aretinus (Handwritten notes found farther back in Box 2, Vol. 16.)
Petrus Galeazani Filius
Petro Pisano = Petrus de Gambacurta
Gaspar of Verona
Bartholomeus de la Gazaja Senensis
Antonius Gentilis Siculus
Bartholomeus Ghiselard
Andreolus Justinianus (Giustinianus)
Angelus Justinianus Filius Andreoli
Giovanni Francesco Gonzaga of Mantua
Gotardus Cancellarius Ianuensis
William Gray (Graim, Graham), Bishop of Ely
Franciscus Griffolinus Arretinus
Henricus, Dux Visensis=Henry, Duke of Viseu=Prince Henry of Portugal, the Navigator
John Hunyad Corvinus Vayvode of Hungary
Johannes XXIII
Don John of Castille = Johannes II, Rex Castellensis et Leonis
John of Lucca = Johannes Cirignanus Lucensis
Johannes Petrus Lucensis

Vol. 18: Guarinus (Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol. 17.)

Guarino da Verona
Baptista Guarinus
Hieronymus Guarinus
Bartholomeus Guascus Ianuensis (Handwritten notes found in Box 2, Vol. 16.)

 

Box 4

Box 4 is part of the unit, comprised of Boxes 1-5, which contains all of Mrs. Gordan's notes in both handwritten and typed versions. In general, this box is the handwritten counterpart to Box 5.

This box contains eleven black loose-leaf binders in which are Mrs. Gordan's handwritten bibliographic and biographic notes on Renaissance figures. Each binder is arranged alphabetically as follows:

Vol. 1: M (Typed version is located in Box 5, Vols. 4 &5.)

Carolus de Medicis
Andreas Alamanus & Carolus de Medicis
Cosimo dei Medici = Cosimus I (Maior)
Nicolaus de Medicis
Philippus de Medicis, Episcopus Aretinus
Joannes de Mella, Episcopus Zamorensis
Benedictus Monardus of Bologna
Petrus de Monte, Bishop of Brescia
Federico di Montefeltro, Duke of Urbino
Dalmatius de Muro, Archbishop of Saragossa

Vol. 2: Ma (Typed version is located in Box 5, Vol. 3.)

Malatesta Novellus de Malatestis
Sigismundus Pandulphus Malatesta
Domenico Malatesta detto il Novello
Mattheus Malferitus
Scipio Mainenti, Bishop of Modena
Galeottus Manfredus Filius Astorgii
Franciscus Marescalcus of Ferrara, Canonicus
Carlo Marsuppini Aretino (Maior)
Odo, Cardinal de Colonna = Martin V (typed version not found in Box 5.)

Vol. 3: NO (Typed versions located as noted below.)

Ludovico de Narnia (Box 5, Vol. 6)
Francesco Nicodemi (Tranchedini) (Box 5, Vol. 6)
Nicolas of Lucca (Box 5, Vol. 6)
Tommaso Parentucelli da Sarzana=Nicolas V (Box 5, Vol. 6)
Niccolo dei Niccoli (Box 5, Vol. 7)
Nicolas, Governor of Civita Castella (not found in Box 5)
Petro de Noxeto (not found in Box 5)
Cardinal Giordano Orsini (not found in Box 5)

Vol. 4: P (Typed version is located in Box 5, Vol. 8.)

Nicolas Perottus
Carolus Perusinus
Laurentius Pisauriensis (of Pesaro)
Ludovicus Petronius
Petrus de Pisanis
Petrus Senensis
Albertus Parisius of Bologna
Bartholomeus Ghiselardus
Richard Pethwort (Pettewort, Pettworth)
Franciscus Tedellini of Aqui (probably Francesco Piccolpasso)
Francesco Piccolpasso, Archbishop of Milan
Magister Franciscus de Pistorio Ordinis Minorum
Francesco Tiani de Pistoia
Gianantonio Pandoni Porcellio, Poeta Laureatus
Comes Puppius, Luigi Pretini

Vol. 5: Poggio (Typed versions are found in Box 1, Vol.6 and Box 5, Vols. 10 & 11.)

Letter to Mrs. Gordan from Mario Cosenza (laid in)
Poggio Bracciolini
Laurentius Valla (one page at end)

Vol. 6: Pius II (Typed version is located in Box 5, Vol. 9.)

Pius II
Bibliographic/biographic notes on Mrs. Gordan's personal stationery (laid in)

Vol. 7: QR (Typed versions are located in Box 1, Vol. 7 and Box 5, Vol. 12.)

Martino di Tocco
Tommaso Tomasini
Jacobus Antonius de Oratoribus della Torre, Episcopus Reginus
Episcopus Recanatensis, Nicolas Asti (also Johannes Vitelleschi and Thomas Tomasini)
Battista Pallavicino, Episcopus Regiensis
John, Canon of Reims
Jean de la Roche-Taillée, Archbishop of Rouen
Hardouin de Bueil
Guglielmus de Tutavillea
Ludovicus of Luxembourg, Archbishop of Rouen
Bartholomeo Roverella, Archbishop of Ravenna

Vol. 8: Ri (Typed versions are located as noted below.)

Galeottus de Ricasolis (Box 5, Vol. 12)
Rinuccio (typed version not found)

Vol. 9: S (Typed versions are located in Box 1, Vol. 8 and Box 5, Vol. 13.)

Domenico Sabino
John Nicolas Provinciae Patrimonii Gubernator
Johannes Nicolaus Salernus
Giovanni Salvetto
Frater Alberto da Sarteano
B.N. New Acquisitions
Giovanni Sassuolo (Gherardi) da Prato
Gaspar Schlick, Imperial Chancellor
Alexander Sforza
Simon de Teramo
Mariano Soccino (Maior)
Mariano Sozzinus (Minor) Senensis
John of Spelimberg
Palla de Strozzis
Suffretus Rhodius

Vol. 10: T (Typed versions are located in Box 1, Vols. 9 & 10 and Box 5, Vols. 14 &15.

Petrus Thomasius
Philip Tifernates = Filippo da Città di Castello
(Publius) Gregorius Tifernas (Hieronymus Tifernates filed within this section.)
Giovanni Tortelli
Decanus Trajettensis (Utrecht)
Georgius Trapezuntius of Trebizond
Ambrogio Traversari
Matteo da Trevi = Mattias Trivinensis
Joannes de Turrecremata, Cardinal of S. Sixtus
Valascus (Belasco) Iusitanus of Portugal (typed versions are located in Box 1, Vol. 11 and Box 5, Vol. 16)
Laurentius Valla (typed versions are located in Box 1, Vols. 11 &12 and Box 5, Vol. 16)

Vol. 11: V (Typed versions are located in Box 1, Vol. 11 [almost exact] and Box 5, Vol. 16.)

Iacopo Vanucci, Bishop of Perugia
Laurentius Valla
Robertus (Albertus) Valturius of Rimini = Robertus Ariminenesis
Franciscus de Vellatis
Augustinus Villa da Ferrara
Filippo Maria Angelo Visconti, Duke of Milan
Johannes de Vitelleschis
Franciscus de Padua, Pontificus Cubicularlius
Cardinal Franciscus Zarabella

 

Box 5

Box 5 is part of the unit, comprised of Boxes 1-5, which contains all of Mrs. Gordan's notes in both handwritten and typed versions. In general, this box is the typed counterpart to the last volume of Box 2 and all of Box 4.

This box contains eighteen black loose-leaf binders in which are Mrs. Gordan's typed bibliographic and biographic notes on Renaissance figures. Each binder is arranged alphabetically as follows:

Vol. 1: KL (Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol. 18.)

John Kemp
Giovanni Lamola
Franciscus Bossius
Gerardo Landriano, Cardinal of Como
Francisco de Legnamine, Bishop of Ferrara = Franciscus Patavinus
Laurentius Lippius (Philippus)

Vol. 2: Li-Lu (Handwritten version is located in Box 2, Vol. 18.)

Laurentius Lippius
Ludovicus Scarampus Mezzarota
Antonius Luscus
Nicolas Luscus

Vol. 3: Ma (Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 2)

Malatesta Novellus de Malatestis
Sigismundus Pandulphus Malatesta
Domenico Malatesta detto il Novello
Mattheus Malferitus
Scipio Mainenti, Bishop of Modena
Galeottus Manfredus, filius Astorgii
Franciscus Marescalcus of Ferrara, Canonicus
Carlo Marsuppini Aretino Maior
Odo, Cardinal de Colonna=Pope Martin V

Vol. 4: Medici (Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 1.)

Carolus de Medicis
Andreas Alamanus and Carolus de Medicis
Cosimo dei Medici = Cosmus I (Maior)
Nicolaus de Medicis
Philippus de Medicis, Episcopus Aretinus

Vol. 5: Me-Mo (Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol.1.)

Episcopus Zamorensis = Joannes de Mella, Cardinal
Benedictus Monardus of Bologna
Petrus de Monte, Bishop of Brescia
Federico di Montefeltro, Duke of Urbino
Dalmatius de Muro, Archbishop of Saragossa

Vol. 6: N (Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 3.)

Ludovico de Narnia
Francesco Nicodemi (Tranchedini)
Nicolas of Lucca
Tommaso Parentucelli da Saranza = Pope Nicolas V

Vol. 7: N II (Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 3.)

Nicolo dei Niccoli

Vol. 8: Pe-Pr (Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 4.)

Nicolas Perottus
Carolus Perusinus
Laurentius Pisauriensis
Ludovicus Petronius
Petrus de Pisanis
Petrus Senensis
Albertus Parisius of Bologna
Bartholomeus Ghiselardus
Richard Pethwort (Pettewort, Petteworth)
Francisus Tedellini, Bishop of Aqui (probably Francesco Piccolpasso)
Francesco Piccolpasso Bononiensis, Archbishop of Milan
Magister Franciscus de Pistorio (Pistoia) Ordinis Minorum (da Pistoia)
Francesco Tiani da Pistoia
Gianantonio Pandoni Porcellio, Poeta Laureatus
Comes Puppius, Luigi Pretini

Vol. 9: Pius II (Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 6.)

Pius II

Vol. 10: Poggius i (Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 5.)

Poggio Bracciolini

Vol. 11: Poggius ii (Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 5.)

Poggio Bracciolini
John XXIII (last page only)

Vol. 12: QR (Duplicate typed version is located in Box 1, Vol. 7. Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vols. 7 & 8.)

Martino di Tocco
Tommaso Tomasini of Thomasius
Iacopo Antonio della Torre = Episcopus Reginus
Nicolo Asti, Episcopus Recanatensis (also Johannes Vitelleschis and Thomas Thomasini)
Galeottus de Ricasolis
Jean de la Roche-Taillee, Cardinal of Rouen
Harduin de Bueil
Guglielmus de Tutavillea
Cardinal Ludovicus de Luxembourg
Bartholomeus Roverella

Vol. 13: S (Duplicate typed version is located in Box 1, Vol. 8. Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 9.)

Domenico Sabino
John Nicolas, Provinciae Patrimonii Gubernator
Johannes Nicolaus Salernus
Giovanni Salvetto
Frater Alberto da Sarteano
Giovanni Sassuolo (Gherardi) da Prato
Gaspar Schlick, Imperial Chancellor
Alexander Sforza
Simon de Teramo
Mariano Soccino Maior
Marianus Sozzinus Minor Senensis
John of Spelimberg
Palla de Strozzis
Suffretus Rhodius

Vol. 14: T (Duplicate typed version is located in Box 1, Vol. 9. Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 10.)

Petrus Thomasius
Philip Tifernates = Filippo da Citta di Castello
(Publius) Gregorio Tifernas (Hieronymus Tifernates filed within this section.)
Giovanni Tortelli
Decanus Trajettensis (Utract)
Georgius Trapezuntius of Trebizond

Vol. 15: Not labelled, but should be T II (Duplicate typed version is located in Box 1, Vol. 10. Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 10.)

Georgius Trapezuntius
Ambrogius Traversarius
Matteo da Trevi = Mattias Trivinensis
Joannes de Turrecremata, Cardinal of S. Sixtus

Vol. 16: Not labelled, but should be V (Duplicate [almost exact] typed version is located in Box 1, Vols. 11 & 12. Handwritten version is located in Box 4, Vol. 11.)

Iacopo Vanulcci, Bishop of Perugia
Valscus (Belasco) Iusitanus of Portugal
Laurentius Valla
Robertus (Albertus) Valturius of Rimini = Robertus
Ariminensis
Franciscus de Vellatis
Ausgustinus Villa da Ferrara
Filippo Maria Angelo Visconti, Duke of Milan
Johannes de Vitelleschis
Franciscus de Padua, Pontificus Cubicularius
Cardinal Franciscus Zarabella

Vol. 17: Cross References A-L (This is a complete photocopy of Box 1, Vol. 1.) The names listed in this volume correspond to those appearing in the binders of bibliographic and biographic notes in Boxes 1-5.

Vol. 18: Cross References L-Z (This is a complete photocopy of Box 1, Vol. 2.) The names listed in this volume correspond to those appearing in the binders of bibliographic and biographic notes in Boxes 1-5.

 

Box 6

Box 6 contains sixteen black loose-leaf binders. These volumes contain Mrs. Gordan's research aides (both typed and handwritten), such as a list of humanist manuscripts in European libraries, a manuscript content list, and a comprehensive bibliography of journal articles. Among the many significant items in Box 6 is the 'Concordance for Poggius' Letters to Niccolo' at the end of Volume 10. The letters in this concordance are listed originally by the numeration in Rüegg's text (see microfilms), and the corresponding numbers for the texts of Gordan, Wilmanns, and Tonelli are given.

The front covers of the volumes in this box are not labelled. The contents of each volume are as follows (listed by Mrs. Gordan's own headings for each section, where available):

Vol. 1: Catalogues (typed and handwritten)

Two loose sheets of paper = manuscripts lists: 'Reg. Vat.' and 'Reg. Lat.' (laid in)
One sheet with list of Renaissance humanists (laid in)
Fourteen typed pages, which appear to be a list of manuscript citations (laid in)
List of names
Humanist Mss. in European Libraries (arranged by library)
Bandini Index
Sabbadini c/o PWG
Laurenziana: Ashburnham
Laurenziana: Cat. Conventi Soppressi
Bandini Catalogues Cod. Lat. / Bib. Mediceae-Laurentianae
Laurenzianae: Codici Aquisti, Doni
Laurenziana
Bandini: Bartholomeo de Montepulciano
Bandini: Castilionensis: Franciscus
Naples B. Nazionale Manuscript List
Summary Catalogue of Western Mss. in the Bodleian Accessions 1916-18
Cosenza: last notes V. da Feltre
Georg Wilmanns, etc.
Walser: Chronological Correspondence File
Walser: Archive File

Vol. 2: Walser Notes on Eubel

One piece of paper labelled 'Cortona/Arezzo' (laid in)
Walser notes on Eubel (typed):
Johannes de Bronhiaco, Cardinal
Bishops of Spalato in Dalmatia
Bishops 3
Cardinal Petrus Gerardi Tusculanus
Cardinal Antonius Corrarius of Bologna
Cardinal Angelus de Capranica
Bishops 6
Walser notes on Eubel (handwritten):
Bartholomeo da Montepulciano
Hugo Burgundius
Lorenzo di Marco Benvenuti
Bernardino da Siena
Manuel Chrysolores
Branda Castiglione
Antonius Corbellinus
Fantino Zorzi
Biaggio Guasco
Hersfeldese (Monaco)
Jerome of Prague
Andreas Julianus Venetus
King Ladislas
Pietro Lamberteschi
Lorenzo di Giovanni d'Averando de' Medici
Lorenzo dei Medici
Niccola dei Medici
Nicolaus de Cusa
Jordanus Ursinus = Giordano Orsini
Laurentius de Rodolphis

Vol. 3: This volume contains a list significant references to Renaissance figures in individual manuscripts, organized by manuscript number. Sections are ordered as follows:

Three pink sheets: manuscript list, dated 1955 (laid in)
Reg. Vat.
Rationes Camerae
Obligationes
Communes
Archivium Consistorialium -- Acta Miscellanea I
Armario

Vol. 4: Index of references to Poggius' contemporaries, ancient authors, ancient gods, and place names from Poggius' letters (handwritten). Citations are listed for Rüegg, Tonelli, and Wilmanns editions. Index arranged alphabetically. This volume contains A-G (continued in Volumes 9 & 10 of this box).

Vol. 5: Humanist Manuscripts in European Libraries (handwritten)

Humanist Mss. in European Libraries (typed version found in Box 6, Vol. 1.)
List of Names of Renaissance scholars, rulers, and ecclesiastics
List of Catalogues

Vol. 6: Notes on Walser's files and notebooks (handwritten)

Vol. 7: Bibliography and notes

Notes on Federicus III
T.A.P.A. Vols. to be Checked
Slips
Wertheim Study
Articles to Read Someday
Bibliography
Four sheets of Mrs. Gordan's personal stationery: Bibliography (laid in)
Eight sheets: Alphabetical List of Subjects (typed, references in pen, laid in)

Vol. 8: Front cover loose. Most of this volume is taken up by bibliographic and biographic notes on Renaissance figures that are not found (generally) in the more comprehensive index in Boxes 1-5 (typed and handwritten). References to Poggius' letters included for each subject.

Comprehensive list of Renaissance figures (alphabetical order, typed)
Alexander
Alexander Veronensis
Sacerdos
Joannes Andreas
Magister Antonius Aretinus
Bartholomeus Pistoriensis
Berardino della Carda
Boscolus
Gherardus de Bueris
Caloiros
Gherardus de Canigianis
Petrus de Canino
Princeps Salernitanus
Antonius
Omiliadus de Este
Feltrinus Eques Ferrariensis
Episcopus Fesulanus
Angelus de Ficino
Nicolaus Gorus
Blasius de Guasconibus
(Paulus Guinigius) Tyrannus Lucanus
Andreas Julianus
Petrus Lamandi
Lambertus
Lupus Roderici
Marinus
Ser Martinus
Minias Lucensis
Ludovicus Orcanus
Philippus Archipresbyter Veronensis
Oddo
Ser Angelus Pier
Razeles
Laurentius de Ridolfis
Mona Caterina di Rinieri
Abbas Monasterii Rosacensis
Prior Sacti Laurentii
Cardinal Sancti Marcelli
Scipio Ferrariensis
Theotonicus
Joannes de Toscanella
Antonius Urbinatus
Willerinus
De Roover
Jusserand (Jean Adrien Antoine Jules)
Ludovicus Orcanus
Franciscus de Padua
Diverso Martini V
Diverso Martini V et
Eugenii IV
Diverso Eugenio IV
Nicholas Bildeston
Henry Beaufort
Richard Petworth
Franciscus Marescalcus

Vol. 9: Index of references to Poggius' contemporaries, ancient authors, ancient gods, and place names from Poggius' letters (handwritten). Citations are listed for Rüegg, Tonelli, and Wilmanns editions. Index arranged alphabetically. This volume contains H-L (continued in Volumes 4 & 10 of this box). Also included are:

Book list (typed, nine pages, laid in)
Index (handwritten, two pages, laid in)--not for this volume
List of manuscript references to Renaissance figures (Alamannus -- A. de Luschis). Located at end of volume; no divider. Arranged alphabetically. Handwritten.

Vol. 10: Index of references to Poggius' contemporaries, ancient authors, ancient gods, and place names from Poggius' letters (handwritten). Citations are listed for Rüegg, Tonelli, and Wilmanns editions. Index arranged alphabetically. This volume contains M-Z (continued in Volumes 4 & 9 of this box). At the end of this volume are the following:

Concordance of Poggius' letters for editions of Rüegg, Tonelli, Wilmanns, and Gordan.
Footnote Completion Guide
List of First Entries Missed
Notes: Guide to Page Numbers
Notes (unfinished)

Vol. 11: List of Poggius' letters, alphabetically arranged by recipient (handwritten)

Vol. 12: Periodical Bibliography A-L (handwritten)

Vol. 13: Periodical Bibliography M-Z (handwritten)

Vol. 14: Manuscript Content List for Reg. Lat. Arranged by manuscript number (handwritten).

Vol. 15: List of Journals not in the New York Public Library (handwritten). At end of volume, also included:

Notes on Bergel, The Myth of Rome
Notes on Witt, Salutati and Poetic Truth
San Daniele Ms. List

Vol. 16: Bibliographic References for Renaissance Figures, organized as follows (handwritten):

Arranged by subject name
Arranged by manuscript number (list of "Books to buy" interfiled with this section)

 

Box 7

Box 7 contains nine black binders. These volumes contain typed copies of rough drafts of Mrs. Gordan's translations of Poggius' letters to his many correspondents. The front covers of the volumes in this box are not labelled. All the translations contained in these volumes are roughly contemporaneous, with the exception of Volumes 5 and 8, which contain some of Mrs. Gordan's earlier and later efforts. Volume 9 contains exact duplicates of translations from volumes 6 and 7. The contents of each volume in Box 7 are as follows:

Vol. 1: Books I and II

Letters 1.2 - 2.42

Vol. 2: Books III and IV

Letters 3.1 - 4.24

Vol. 3: Books V and VI

Letters 5.1 - 6.23

Vol. 4: Books VII and VIII

Letters 7.1 - 8.45

Vol. 5: Books IX and X

Letters 9.1-10.26 (as well as 13.14, laid in)

Vol. 6: Books XI and XII

Letters 11.21 - 12.32

Vol. 7: Books XIII and XIV

Letters 13.1 - 14.33

Vol. 8: Books IX, X, and XI

Letters 9.1-11.44

Vol. 9: Books XII, XIII & XIV

Letters 12.1-14.33

 

Box 8

Box 8 contains six cartons of 3"x5" cards. These cards (typed and handwritten) contain bibliographic information and research notes. They are arranged as follows:

Carton 1: Bibliography--Books (typed, arranged alphabetically by author)

Carton 2: Notes on Poggius' letters (handwritten, arranged by Rüegg's numeration)

Carton 3: Bibliography--Books and Articles (typed, arranged alphabetically by author [title where author not available])

Carton 4: Footnotes for Two Renaissance Book Hunters. One card corresponds to one note. Letters 1-23 (typed, arranged by Mrs. Gordan's numeration of Poggius' letters [red numbers on cards]). Continued in Box 8, Carton 5 and Box 9, Carton 3.

Carton 5: Footnotes for Two Renaissance Book Hunters. One card corresponds to one note. Letters 24-63 (typed, arranged by Mrs. Gordan's numeration of Poggius' letters [red numbers on cards]). Continued in Box 8, Carton 4 and Box 9, Carton 3.

Carton 6: Notes on Renaissance letters. Each card lists author and recipient of letter, first line of letter in Latin, and manuscript location of letter (handwritten, organized alphabetically by author).

 

Box 9

Box 9 contains five cartons of 3"x5" cards. These cards (typed and handwritten) contain research notes. They are arranged as follows:

Carton 1: Summaries of Renaissance letters (handwritten, arranged by manuscript location). Each card lists manuscript location of letter, author, recipient, and brief summary of content. Also contains a photocopy of the Concordance from Box 6 Volume 10.

Carton 2: Footnotes for Two Renaissance Book Hunters (typed, no obvious organization). All cards labelled 'omit' or 'replaced'.

Carton 3: Footnotes for Two Renaissance Book Hunters. One card corresponds to one note. Letters 64-93 (typed, arranged by Mrs. Gordan's numeration of Poggius' letters [red numbers on cards]). Continued in Box 8, Cartons 4 & 5.

Carton 4: Footnotes for Two Renaissance Book Hunters. One card corresponds to one note. Letters 44-94 (handwritten). Organized by Rüegg's numeration (for concordance with Mrs. Gordan's numeration see Box 6, Vol. 10). Also contains some personal correspondence of Mrs. Gordan's.

Carton 5: Chronological arrangement of Poggius' letters. Each card lists author and recipient of letter, first line in Latin, and either Tonelli numeration or manuscript location (handwritten).

 

Box 10

Box 10 contains two cartons of 3"x5" cards (typed and handwritten). These cards were all discarded and replaced by Mrs. Gordan. This box also contains one volume of early drafts of Mrs. Gordan's translations of Poggius' letters to Niccolo, arranged by Rüegg's numeration. The cartons and binder are organized as follows:

Carton 1: Labelled "Discarded cards. Incorrect form" (typed, no obvious organization). Each card represents one note on a letter of Poggius to Niccolo.

Carton 2: Labelled "Duplicate cards. Some corrected. Some superseded" (typed and handwritten). Two divisions within the carton:

Division One: Each card represents one note on a letter of Poggius to any of his correspondents (typed, no obvious organization).
Division Two: Summaries of Renaissance letters (handwritten). Each card lists manuscript location, author, recipient, and brief summary of letter (arranged alphabetically by subject of interest; listed in upper right-hand corner of each card).

Binder: Early drafts of Mrs. Gordan's translations of Poggius' letters to Niccolo, arranged by Rüegg's numeration.

 

Box 11

Box 11 contains photocopies of forty-one journal articles, as well as a few texts in Latin (sources unknown). They are arranged alphabetically by author. The contents of this box are as follows:

Francesco Filelfo. Vita di Federico d'Urbino. Pubblicata da Giovanni Zannoni secondo il inedito nel codice Vaticano Urbinate 1022. Pp. 265-420.

Series of biographical sketches of Gregorius XII, Eugenius IV, and Paulus II from several different unknown sources. Comprises a total of forty-nine photocopied sheets.

Angermeier, Heinz. "Das Reich und der Konziliarismus." Historische Zeitschrift 192 (1961): 529-583.

Baccelli, Alfredo. "Le memorie di un pontefice (Pio II)." 742-758.

Battistella, Antonio. "Una Lettera Inedita di Pier Candido Decembrio sull Carmagnola." Nuovo Archivio Veneto 10 (1895): 97-135.

Borsa, Mario. "Pier Candido Decembri e l'Umanesimo in Lombardia." Archivio Storico Lombardo 10 (1893): 5-75, 358-441.

----. "Un Umanista Vigevanasco del Sec. XIV." Giornale Liguistico 20 (1893): 81-111, 199-215.

Chiappelli, Luigi. "Carlo Marsuppini e Giovanni Forteguerri: Precursori della scuola unmanistica de diritto romano." Archivio Giuridico 38 (1887): 398-410.

Dalla Santa, Giuseppe. "Di un patrizio mercante veneziano del Quattrocento e di Francesco Filelfo suo debitore." Nuovo Archivio Veneto N.S. 11 (1906): 63-90.

Eubel, P. Konrad. "Zur Cardinalsernennung des Dominicus Capranica." Römische Quartalschrift für Christliche Altertumskunde 17 (1903): 273-292.

Fink, Karl August. "Die politische Korrespondenz Martins V. nach dem Brevenregistern." 172-244.

----. "Martin V. und Bologna." 182-217.

Franceschini, Gino. "Per la storia della biblioteca di Federico da Montefeltro, Duca d'Urbino." Atti e Memorie Deputazione di Soria Patria per le Marche 13 (1959): 41-77.

----. "La prima giovinezza di Federico de Montefeltro ed una sua lettera ingiuriosa contro Sigismundo Pandolfo Malatesta." Atti e Memorie Deputazione di Soria Patria per le Marche 11 (1956): 27-75.

Fromme, B. "Die Vahl des Papstes Martin V." Römische Quartalschrift für Christliche Altertumskunde 10 (1896): 134-161.

Gabotto, Ferdinando. "L'Attività Politica di Pier Candido Decembrio." Giornale Liguistico 20 (1893): 161-198, 205-214, 241-270.

----. "Per un Centenario: Un abbozo della figura di Francesco Filelfo da Tolentino." 523-539.

Genzsch, Hans A. "Die Anlage der ältesten Sammlung von Briefen Enea Silvio Piccolominis." Mitteilungen des österreichischen Instituts für Geschichtsforschung 46 (1932): 372-465.

Gottlob, Adolf. "Des Nuntius Franz Coppini Antheil an der Entthrinung des Königs Heinrich VI. und seine Verurtheilung bei des Römischen Curie." Deutsche Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft :75-110.

Gutkind, Curt Sigmar. "Poggio Bracciolinis geistige Entwicklung." Deutsche Vierteljahrschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte 10 (): 548-596.

Haller, J. "England und Rom unter Martin V." Quellen und Forschungen aus italienischen Archiven und Bibliotheken 8 (1906): 249-304.

----. "Pius II., ein Papst der Renaissance." Deutsche Rundschau 153 (1912): 194-220.

----. "Eine Rede des Enea Silvio vor dem Concil zu Basel." Quellen und Forschungen aus italienischen Archiven und Bibliotheken 3 (1900): 82-102.

Kramer, Hans. "Untersuchungen über die Commentarii des Papstes Pius II." Mitteilungen des Osterreichischen Instituts für Geschichtsforschung 48 (1934): 58-92.

Lehnerdt, Max. "Cencio und Agapito de' Rustici." Zeitschrift für vergleichende Litteratur-Geschichte N.F. 14 (1900): 147-172, 289-318.

Marinesco, C. "Alphonse V, roi d'Aragon et de Naples, et l'Albanie de Scanderbeg." Mélanges de l'École de Roumaine en France (1923): 1-185.

Marletta, Fedele. "Per la biografia di Porcellio dei Pandoni." La Rinascita 3 (1940): 842-881.

Mazzini, Ubaldo. "Appunti e Notizie: per Servier alla Bio-bibliografia di Bartolomeo Facio." Giornale Storico e Letterario dello Liguria 4 (1903): 400-454.

Mercati, P. Giovanni. "Miscellenea di Note Storico-Critiche." Studi e Documenti di Storia e Diritto 15 (1894): 303-347.

Miltenberger, F. "Versuch einer Neuordnung der Päpstlichen Kammer in den ersten Regierungsjahren Martins V." 393-450.

Morlet, M. Anatole. "Victorin de Feltre et la Maison Joyeuse ou un Lycée Modèle au XVe Siècle en Italie." Recueil des Publications de la Société Hauraises Etudes Divers 45 (1877): 453-505.

Morpurgo-Castelnuovo, M. "Il Cardinal Domenico Capranica." Archivio della R. Società Romana 52 (1929): 1-142.

Müllner, Karl. "Acht Inauguralreden des Veronesers Guarino und sienes Sohnes Battista." Wiener Studien 18 (1896): 283-306; 19 (1897) 126-143.

Neri, Achille. "Nicolo e Francesco Piccinino a Sarzana." Giornale Ligustico de Archeologia, Storia e Letteratura 15 (1888): 161-184.

Petraglione, Giuseppe. "Il 'De laudibus Mediolanensium urbis panegyricus' di P.C. Decembrio." 5-45.

Ryder, A.F.C. "La Politica Italiana de Alfonso d'Aragona." Archivio Storico per le Province Napoletane 78 (1960): 235-294.

----. "Alfonso d'Aragona e l'Avvento di Francesco Sforza al Ducato di Milano." Archivio Storico per le Province Napoletane 80 (1962): 9-46.

Ryder, G.F. "La Politica Italiana di Alfonso d'Aragona." Archivio Storico per le Province Napoletane 77 (1959): 43-106.

"Der Streit des Alonso von Cartagena mit Leonardo Bruni Aretino." Beiträge zur Geschichte der Philosophie des Mittelalters 20 (1922): 129-244.

Valentini, R. "Nota Aggiunta sulle Relazioni tra i Capranica ed i Colonna." Archivio della R. Società Romana 52 (1929): 143-146.
*attached to end of Morpurgo-Castelnuovo article

----. "Le Invettive di Bartolomeo Facio conto Lorenzo Valla." Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei Classe di Scienze Morali 15 (1906): 493-550, 660-662.

Voigt, Georg. "Die Briefe des Aeneas Sylvius." Archiv für kunde oesterreichischter Geschichts-Quellen 16 (1856) 321-424.

Wolkan, R. "Guarino von Verona in Südtirol." Zeitschrift für die österreichisches Gymnasium 11 (1915): 961-972.

 

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Abbreviations Used in Guides

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