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FOUR HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS LATER: EGNAZIO DANTI'S ANEMOSCOPE

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<title> RIASSUNTO </title>Nel 1577 il Padre Domenicano Egnazio Danti (1536-1586), al tempo Magister presso l'Università di Bologna, trovandosi a Perugia, sua città natale, progettò e mise in opera per il Palazzo del Governatore un anemoscopio di sua invenzione. A distanza di quattrocentoventicinque anni preziosi reperti dell'antico strumento sono stati ritrovati tra le parti di strumenti antichi del Museo civico della città di Perugia, depositati presso il Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici dell'Umbria. Sulla base di attento esame storico e iconografico, lo strumento rinascimentale nel suo insieme viene descritto nel presente studio.

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