Giustiniani, Marco Antonio°
GIUSTINIANI, MARCO ANTONIO°
GIUSTINIANI, MARCO ANTONIO ° (fl. 16th century), printer of Hebrew books in Venice, Venetian patrician. His master printer Cornelius *Adelkind printed a fine edition of the Babylonian Talmud (1546–51). Soon, this very active press faced a formidable competitor in the house of *Bragadini which issued Maimonides' Mishneh Torah, with the notes of Meir Katzenellenbogen. Giustiniani then printed the full text of that code without R. Meir's notes. The mutual recriminations that the rivals engaged in at the Papal Court ultimately resulted in the confiscation and burning of all Hebrew books (1553).
D W. Amram, Makers of Hebrew Books in Italy (1909), index.