Grove Music's entry for op.10, listed under Instrumental, is:
" La cetra, sonate a 2–4, libro quarto (Venice, 1673) [recte op.11], ed. S. Bonta (Cambridge, MA, 1992), no.13 and 4 ed. in HM, lxxxiii and lxxxiv (1951)"
and the entry for op.11, listed under Sacred (not Sacred Vocal), is:
"[2nd edn of op.10] (Venice, 1680), lost, see Sartori (1966); MS copy, I-Vnm".
My Latin isn't great, but "recte op.11" literally would mean "correctly op.11", which could be interpreted as a) it should have been numbered op.11, or b) the corrected version is op.11.
Anyone more familiar with Grove's use of this term want to weigh in?