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The Resource Achille Tatio alessandrino dell'amore di Leucippe et di Clitophonte

Achille Tatio alessandrino dell'amore di Leucippe et di Clitophonte

Label
Achille Tatio alessandrino dell'amore di Leucippe et di Clitophonte
Title
Achille Tatio alessandrino dell'amore di Leucippe et di Clitophonte
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
  • ita
  • grc
  • ita
Member of
Cataloging source
RQE
Citation location within source
  • p. 5
  • A-110
Citation source
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • Adams
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Label
Achille Tatio alessandrino dell'amore di Leucippe et di Clitophonte
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Includes preface addressed to Silvestro Gigli, by the translator, Francesco Angelo Coccio
  • Printed in italic type; preface in roman type
  • Woodcuts: Lorenzini's device on t.p. (arm holding an upright sword, entwined with a serpent holding an olive leaf wreath in its mouth, with motto "His ducibus"); rectangular panel above title containing scene of the abduction of Europa by Zeus in the form of a bull, while her maidens watch from the shore
  • Signatures: A-P8
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Edition
Nuouamente tradotto dalla lingua greca.
Extent
[8], 113 [i.e. 111], [1] leaves (last leaf blank)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: early 18th-century vellum boards; gold-stamped brown leather spine label with title "Ach. Tat. Ales."; edges sprinkled red. Ownership stamp of Libreria Mori, featuring a Moor's head, on t.p. and front free endpaper; acquisition date of May 24, 1883, and price paid, on front endpaper. Purchase, A. Sokol, 1989.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)15262094
  • ucoclc15262094
Label
Achille Tatio alessandrino dell'amore di Leucippe et di Clitophonte
Publication
Note
  • Includes preface addressed to Silvestro Gigli, by the translator, Francesco Angelo Coccio
  • Printed in italic type; preface in roman type
  • Woodcuts: Lorenzini's device on t.p. (arm holding an upright sword, entwined with a serpent holding an olive leaf wreath in its mouth, with motto "His ducibus"); rectangular panel above title containing scene of the abduction of Europa by Zeus in the form of a bull, while her maidens watch from the shore
  • Signatures: A-P8
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Edition
Nuouamente tradotto dalla lingua greca.
Extent
[8], 113 [i.e. 111], [1] leaves (last leaf blank)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: early 18th-century vellum boards; gold-stamped brown leather spine label with title "Ach. Tat. Ales."; edges sprinkled red. Ownership stamp of Libreria Mori, featuring a Moor's head, on t.p. and front free endpaper; acquisition date of May 24, 1883, and price paid, on front endpaper. Purchase, A. Sokol, 1989.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)15262094
  • ucoclc15262094

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