Synonyms for pubblicata or Related words with pubblicata

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Examples of "pubblicata"
The "Epistola de magnete" was later issued by Guillaume Libri ("Histoire des sciences mathématiques en Italie", vol 2 [Paris, 1838], pp. 487–505), but, based on only one manuscript, this edition was full of defects; corrected editions were published by Timoteo Bertelli (in "Bulletino di bibliografia e di storia delle scienze matematiche e fisiche pubblicata da B. Boncampagni," 1 (1868), 70-80) and G. Hellmann ("Rara magnetica 1269-1599" [Neudrucke von Schriften und Karten über Meteorologie und Erdmagnetismus, 10], [Berlin, 1898]) .
The work has had a checkered career under the scrutiny of the Church. Many modern editions reprint the bowdlerized Venetian edition of 1785, "pubblicata con licenza dei superiori", which suppressed all mention of the "Sibilla Apenninica" sited in a grotto on Monte Sibilla in the Apennines, substituting various Italian circumlocutions: Fata, Fatalcina, Ammaliatrice, Incantatrice, etc.. A complete chapter, Book V, in which the Apennine Sibyl describes the other classical Sibyls was completely suppressed. Astronomical references were also deleted by the censor. A critical text, based on Florentine Quattrocento manuscripts, was edited by Paola Moreno, and published in 2005.