The editorial logos

Logo on the title page of the 1595 edition of the Divine Comedy, printed by Domenico Manzani.


Logo with a small framed buratto on a 1588 title page of the printer Giuseppe Padovani.



Image of the she-cat printed of the last page of the Inferno in the 1595 edition of the Divine Comedy.



Title page of the Purgatorio with two she-cats clinging on to the drapes of the frame in 1595 edition of the Divine Comedy.



A different version of the she-cat, editorial logo of Domenico Manzani, printed at the end of the 1595 Divine Comedy.


    Notices by Crusca

    • Speakers' corner

      Per inserire neologismi formati da nomi propri nei vocabolari c’è tempo, di Paolo D'Achille.
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    • The Piazza aims at the preservation and at carrying out activities for the promotion of multilingualism in the European Union; 2007-ongoing.

    • Digital integrated archive of didactic materials, iconographic and multimedia texts and documentation for the divulgation of  Italian linguistic and historical-cultural heritage, with special regard to the second and third generation Italians abroad; project FIRB; 2009-2013.

    • Creation of Il Vocabolario del fiorentino contemporaneo (Dictionary of Contemporary Florentine Language): project financed by Regione Toscana and Comune di Firenze (first three-year period) and by Federico del Vecchio Bank - Banca Etruria group (second three-year period); 1994-1996/2011-2013.

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