- L'armata navale... divisa in doi libri. Ne i quali si ragion del modo, che si ha a tenere per formare, ordinare, & conservare un'armata maritima. Rome: Egidio Spada, 1614
Felipe Ramirez de Guzman, duke of Medina de las Torres (c. 1600-1668) and his (second) wife Anna Carafa, arms on covers; Raffaele Settembrini, stamp on title-page; bought in Naples in 1905, inscription on verso of flyleaf.
Several books are recorded bound in this fashion for Ramirez de Guzman, who was viceroy of Naples from 1637 to 1644, including John Florio's Queen Anna's new world of worlds (London, 1611) and Lucan's Pharsalia (Basel, 1578). Although this particular book has definite Neapolitan connections, it is thought that Ramirez de Guzman did not use this crest until he returned to Spain in 1645.