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The Resource Alexandri T. Petronii De victu Romanorum et de sanitate tuenda libri quinque ... ; : His accessere libelli duo De aluo sine medicamentis mollienda

Alexandri T. Petronii De victu Romanorum et de sanitate tuenda libri quinque ... ; : His accessere libelli duo De aluo sine medicamentis mollienda

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Alexandri T. Petronii De victu Romanorum et de sanitate tuenda libri quinque ... ; : His accessere libelli duo De aluo sine medicamentis mollienda
Title
Alexandri T. Petronii De victu Romanorum et de sanitate tuenda libri quinque ... ;
Title remainder
His accessere libelli duo De aluo sine medicamentis mollienda
Creator
Contributor
Former owner
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Summary
First ed. of Petronio's study of the food and drink, health and diseases, exercise and table manners of the ancient Romans
Cataloging source
DLC/ICU
Citation location within source
  • p. 507
  • P-858
  • 4935
  • p. 202
  • CNCE 33965
Citation source
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • Adams
  • Wellcome cat. of printed books
  • Ascarelli, F. Cinquecentine romane
  • EDIT 16
Index
index present
LC call number
RA508.R6
LC item number
P4
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Alexandri T. Petronii De victu Romanorum et de sanitate tuenda libri quinque ... ; : His accessere libelli duo De aluo sine medicamentis mollienda
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Colophon supplies date of 1582: "Romae. In aedibus Populi Romani, anno MDLXXXII."
  • Signatures: A-Z4 Aa-Xx4 Yy6
  • Engravings: engraved title vignette of the papal arms of dedicatee, Pope Gregory XIII, featuring his winged dragon
  • Woodcuts: printer's device above colophon on p. [23] at end of the Stamperia del Popolo Romano (the Roman press founded by Pope Pius IV to promote the publication of Catholic scholarship, directed by Paolo Manuzio between 1560 and 1571, and a consortium of printers up through 1584), featuring shield of the Roman Republic, with diagonal ribbon bearing official monogram, "S[enatus] P[opulus]Q[ue] R[omanus]", flanked on left by St. Paul with sword, and on right, by St. Peter with keys; ornamental initials; head- and tail-pieces
  • Text printed in large roman type
  • Second part has special t.p. with title: Alexandri T. Petronii De aluo sine medicamentis mollienda libri duo: opus quidem plerisque omnibus vtile sed ijs qui se, prout natura postulat, exercere non possunt, apprime necessarium. Romae: In Aedibus Populi Romani. MDLXXXII; with continuous pagination and signatures
  • "Ad Gregorium XIII Pont. Opt. Max."--T.p
  • Errata: p. [22] at end
  • Includes index
Dimensions
32 cm (fol.)
Extent
340, [23], [1] p. (last p. blank)
Lccn
44012726
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary limp vellum, with two pair of newer leather ties; ms. spine title. Ownership inscription on t.p. "Ex libris Achilei Caviani"; black ownership inkstam on t.p. of "Biblioteca medicina Ferdinando Palasciano." Purchase, Ben Kinmont, 2000.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)13122291
  • ucoclc13122291
Label
Alexandri T. Petronii De victu Romanorum et de sanitate tuenda libri quinque ... ; : His accessere libelli duo De aluo sine medicamentis mollienda
Publication
Note
  • Colophon supplies date of 1582: "Romae. In aedibus Populi Romani, anno MDLXXXII."
  • Signatures: A-Z4 Aa-Xx4 Yy6
  • Engravings: engraved title vignette of the papal arms of dedicatee, Pope Gregory XIII, featuring his winged dragon
  • Woodcuts: printer's device above colophon on p. [23] at end of the Stamperia del Popolo Romano (the Roman press founded by Pope Pius IV to promote the publication of Catholic scholarship, directed by Paolo Manuzio between 1560 and 1571, and a consortium of printers up through 1584), featuring shield of the Roman Republic, with diagonal ribbon bearing official monogram, "S[enatus] P[opulus]Q[ue] R[omanus]", flanked on left by St. Paul with sword, and on right, by St. Peter with keys; ornamental initials; head- and tail-pieces
  • Text printed in large roman type
  • Second part has special t.p. with title: Alexandri T. Petronii De aluo sine medicamentis mollienda libri duo: opus quidem plerisque omnibus vtile sed ijs qui se, prout natura postulat, exercere non possunt, apprime necessarium. Romae: In Aedibus Populi Romani. MDLXXXII; with continuous pagination and signatures
  • "Ad Gregorium XIII Pont. Opt. Max."--T.p
  • Errata: p. [22] at end
  • Includes index
Dimensions
32 cm (fol.)
Extent
340, [23], [1] p. (last p. blank)
Lccn
44012726
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary limp vellum, with two pair of newer leather ties; ms. spine title. Ownership inscription on t.p. "Ex libris Achilei Caviani"; black ownership inkstam on t.p. of "Biblioteca medicina Ferdinando Palasciano." Purchase, Ben Kinmont, 2000.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)13122291
  • ucoclc13122291

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