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A zibaldone is an Italian vernacular commonplace book. The word means "a heap of things" or "miscellany" in Italian. The earliest such books were kept by Venetian merchants in the fourteenth century, taking the form of a small or medium-format paper codex.
Furthermore, there is a twice-yearly German-language journal entitled Zibaldone. Zeitschrift für italienische Kultur der Gegenwart (Journal for Italian Culture of the Present Day).
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