Francesco Pieri kindly writes to let me know of a new edition and Italian translation of one of the works of Tertullian:
I have just edited a slightly revised edition of De Baptismo: it is fully available on line and free for download:
Looking at the site, I find this useful notice (I’ve tweaked the English version slightly).
Francesco Pieri , QSF Tertulliani De baptismo liber (Bologna 2023)
After an extensive historical-literary presentation of Tertullian’s treatise De baptismo, against the background of the main divergent doctrinal positions taken into account by the Latin apologist, the study provides a textual revision of the work, based on the readings of the two manuscripts, the Agobardinus (9th century) and Trecensis 523 (12th century), as well as on a certain number of the most significant ancient editions and all the proposals of modern editors. Compared to the most recent reference edition by Bruno Luiselli (1960), the text offered here presents a dozen correction proposals.
These cheap Italian editions are quite frankly a marvel. You can find them anywhere in Rome, even in Termini, the railway station. I am always utterly envious of the mass access to patristic texts that publishers like this make possible. And in this case, they’ve even made it available in free PDF!
This is how it should be done. Download it, and buy it in paper form!