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LA DISGRCE DE GALILE DANS LES APES URBANAE: SUR LA FABRIQUE DU TEXTE DE LEONE ALLACCI

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Il manoscritto delle APES Urbanae di Allacci mostra come il riserbo del suo articolo su Galileo possa essere direttamente attribuito alla decisione presa da Urbano VIII nel giugno 1633 di mettere al bando il Dialogo sopra i due massimi sistemi del mondo e di imporre l'abiura a Galileo. L'articolo ebbe due prime versioni. La prima citava un generoso encomio tributato a Galileo da Maffeo Barberini, ancora cardinale, mentre la seconda presentava una citazione completa del Dialogo, elementi che vennero entrambi successivamente rimossi. Nonostante questa censura, l'articolo contiene informazioni che Allacci pu aver ottenuto solo da fonti vicine a Galileo.

Affiliations: 1: University of Georgia; 2: CNRS-Danof, Observatoire de Paris

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