Similarly, Consolo contributed to the anastatic reprinting of the periodical Lunario siciliano because he considered that journal indicative "of what can happen when a country is oppressed by a dictatorship, when civilization is overthrown." (17)
Last in the volume appears an anastatic reprint of the original 1710 edition (printed sideways to fit the modern page), followed by indexes of the work's sections cued to the pagination of both the editio princeps and the Gentile-Nicolini edition (Bari: Laterza, 1914).
For instance, Hoven cites the anastatic reprints of sixteenth century editions contained in the 1962 Opera omnia of Lorenzo Valla, despite the fact that many of the works in this collection have been republished in more critical editions since 1970.
The volume also features an anastatic facsimile and a transcription, edited by Anne Tordi, of a 15th-century ottava rima adaptation of Decameron 4.1, preserved in the Incunabula 469.5 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA.