References

References comprising a Roman numeral followed by a page number are to Le Opere di Galileo Galilei (the Roman numeral indicates the volume). In quite a number of instances I have found it expedient to give two references to direct quotations: first to an English or German language source and then to Le Opere. In such cases SN refers to Albert von Helden's edition of Sidereus Nuncius. D stands for Stillman Drake's edition of the Dialogue. TNS is Crew/de Salvio's edition of Discorsi e dimonstrazioni matematiche, intorno a due nuove scienze.

A few quotations have been taken from von Gebler's critical edition and not compared with Le Opere.

All translations not otherwise credited are my own (and the English translator's). When translating from Italian to Norwegian (and a couple of times cautiously from Latin to Norwegian), I have sought support in English or German translations. English language translations have not been available to the translator in all cases, and he has therefore, occasionally, based his translation on my own.

1. Galileo (Rome 1623): The Assayer. In S. Drake and C.D. O'Malley: The Controversy of the Comets of 1618. University of Pennsylvania Press. Philadelphia 1960, p. 189; II Saggiatore. Feltrinelli. Milano 1992, p. 48.

3. Here quoted from Ginzberg, ix.

9. See Favaro's two pamphlets on the subject. Of course this did not refer to Gustav Adolf, a claim that is sometimes made.

10. Bassani/Bellini, 130.

16. Galileo Galilei: Il Saggiatore, 1623. Feltrinelli. Milano 1965, p. 38; Drake translation in The Controversy of the Comets of 1618, op cit., pp. 183-4.

17. Bassani/Bellini, 233.

18. Wootton, 128.

22. See Bellinato.

26. XI, 119. (Also quoted slightly inaccurately by Koestler, 432.)

27. Fantoli, (transl. Coyne), 124-125; III Part I, 290.

32. Appendix I to Blackwell, Galileo, Bellarmine and the Bible, p. 183.

34. Fantoli, (transl. de Santillana), 213, XII, 207.

35. Fantoli, (transl. de Santillana), 215, XIX, 320.

36. Maurice A. Finocchiaro, ed. and transl., The Galileo Affair, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1989, p. 146.

40. Fantoli, (transl. de Santillana), 223, XIX, 323.

42. Fantoli, (transl. de Santillana), 225, XIX, 242.

43. Campanella, 14.

44. Campanella, 19.

45. Fantoli, (transl. de Santillana), 272-273, XII, 390-391.

47. Camporesi, 64.

49. Fantoli, (transl. de Santillana), 282, VI, 145-146.

55. Drake, Discoveries, 278; VI, 352.

59. Biagioli, 315n.

62. In Lezioni americani. Quoted here from Frova and Marenzana 45-46.

77. Biagioli, 337.

78. Fantoli, (transl. de Santillana), 395, XIV, 370.

79. Fantoli, (transl. Finocchiaro), 396, XIV, 372.

80. Fantoli, (transl. de Santillana), 460, XIV, 373.

82. Fantoli, (transl. Finocchiaro), 400, XIV, 384.

83. Fantoli, (transl. Finocchiaro), 401, XIV, 384.

84. Fantoli, (transl. Finocchiaro), 403, XIV, 392.

85. Fantoli, (transl. de Santillana), 220, XIX, 321-322.

References

94. Fantoli, (transl. de Santillana), 423, XIX, 339-340.

95. Von Gebler, 353.

96. Fantoli, (transl. de Santillana), 432, XIX, 344.

97. Fantoli, (transl. de Santillana), 440, XIX, 283.

98. Fantoli, (transl. de Santillana), 443, XIX, 361-362.

100. Fantoli, (transl. de Santillana), 445-446, XIX, 406-407.

101. Von Gebler, 373.

102. Bonelli and Shea, 50.

103. Camporesi, 53.

104. Camporesi, 55.

105. Remmert, 155.

126. Remmert, 129-130.

127. Remmert, 130.

130. Fantoli, (transl. Coyne), 491-492, XVIII, 378-379.

132. Isaachsen, 15n.

133. Santillana and Drake, 258.

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