A man playing serpent: Engraving from Bonanni’s Gabinetto Armonico. Filippo Bonanni; S.J. or Buonanni (7 January – 30 March ) was an Italian Jesuit. Filippo Buonanni (o Bonanni), Gabinetto armonico – Harmonic cabinet. Filippo Buonanni (or Bonanni) () was a Jesuit erudite from. Gabinetto Armonico. Pieno d’Istromenti Sonori Indicati, e Spiegati, Bonanni, Filippo. Author Name Bonanni, Filippo [also spelled Buonanni]. Title Gabinetto.
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The two-volume guide was the first treatise devoted entirely to molluscs and included numerous engravings.
Bonanni followed Aristotle in believing in theories of spontaneous generation. Retrieved from ” https: In other projects Wikimedia Commons.
A good, genuine copy. Bonanni’s work is significant for his careful attempts to precisely describe shell morphology. Very light browning throughout, some plates more heavily browned. X5v, is also augmented with three new entries.
Library resources about Filippo Bonanni. Issued first time inand immediately reprinted inthis is a splendid collection of engravings of musical instruments from around the world .
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Resources in your library Resources in other armonco. While a bonannni there, he undertook the manufacturing of microscopic lenses. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. He used his lenses to create his own microscope and to develop scientific studies of a number of specimens. A two-volume study started in and completed in of the coins issued by the papacy over the centuries.
Bonanni describes a total of ancient and modern instruments, including examples from Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and America: Several instruments are also related to the New World, such as the ‘Trombo della Florida’. Contemporary mottled calf, covers within triple gilt fillet. The author of this work, the Jesuit Filippo Bonanni, was chief librarian at the Collegio Romano, and succeeded his teacher Athanasius Kircher as Professor of Mathematics.
Techniques of Chinese lacquer: Retrieved 6 May The compilation of knowledge and quality of the illustrations made this an important work.
After Kircher’s death inBonanni was appointed curator of the well-known cabinet of curiosities collection of antiquities gathered by Kircher and installed in the Roman College.
A portrait of King David with a harp engraved by Arnold Van Westerhout after Spargioni, and full-page engraved plates depicting musical instruments. He created the earliest practical illustrated guide for shell collectors infor which he is considered a founder of conchology.
Bonanni created the earliest practical illustrated guide for shell collectors, Recreatione dell’occhio e della mente Like other researchers of the day, he went on to experiment with various recipes to recreate the lacquer used on porcelain and furniture. Views Read Edit View history. Among other topics, Bonanni wrote of the ingredients craftsmen in China used to make the lacquer they used on porcelain, a popular import item for Europe at the time.
InBonanni published his studies in Trattato sopra la vernice detta communemente cineseor Treatise on the Varnish commonly called Chinese. He later speculated that fossils could be divided into two groups—the remains of organisms, and the “products of natural powers. Online books Resources in your library Resources in other libraries. When geologists were historians, His many works included treatises on fields ranging from anatomy to music.
Zoological taxonomies of the time were based on visual characteristics, and Bonanni paid special attention to both form and color, and showed details sometimes fanciful of the creatures inside the shells. Woodcut title vignette, elaborate woodcut initials, head- and tailpieces. After his novitiatein he was sent to study at the Society’s noted Roman College.