TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Maria Pia Donato: Introduction
Pamela O. Long: Engineering, Patronage and the Authorship of Practice in Early Counter-Reformation Rome
Jean-Marc Besse: The Birth of the Modern Atlas: Rome, Lafreri, Ortelius
Laurent Pinon: Portrait emblématique du parfait mécène:  comment Ulisse Aldrovandi remercie le cardinal Montalto
Pascal Dubourg Glatigny: Bernin disputé: science, art et architecture dans la Rome de 1680
Sabina Brevaglieri: Science, Books and Censorship in the Academy of the Lincei.  Johannes Faber as Cultural Mediator
Federica Favino: ‘Marvellous Conjuncture’?  The Academy of Maurice of Savoy in Rome between Politics and the ‘New Science’
Antonella Romano: Mathematics and Philosophy at Trinità dei Monti: Emmanuel Maignan and his Legacy  between Rome and France
Stefania Montacutelli: Da Galileo a Borelli e oltre:  la filosofia naturale delle Scuole Pie a Roma nel Seicento
Paula Findlen: Living in the Shadow of Galileo:  Antonio Baldigiani (1647-1711), a Jesuit Scientist in Late Seventeenth-Century Rome
Elisa Andretta: Anatomie du Vénérable dans la Rome de la Contre-Réforme. Les autopsies d’Ignace de  Loyola et de Philippe Neri
Antonio Clericuzio: Chemical Medicines in Rome: Pietro Castelli and the Vitriol Debate (1616-1626)
Maria Conforti: The Biblioteca Lancisiana and the 1714 Edtion of Eustachi’s Anatomical Plates, or Ancients and Moderns Reconciled
Maria Pia Donato: The Mechanical Medicine of a Pious Man of Science: G. M. Lancisi’s De subitaneis mortibus (1707)
Lucia Dacome: The Anatomy of the Pope