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Andreae Naugerii patricii Veneti orationes duae carminaque nonnulla

Label
Andreae Naugerii patricii Veneti orationes duae carminaque nonnulla
Title
Andreae Naugerii patricii Veneti orationes duae carminaque nonnulla
Title variation
Orationes duae carminaque nonnulla
Creator
Contributor
Former owner
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Summary
This collection of orations and poems by Andrea Navagero, posthumously printed by a group of his friends a year after his death as a memorial to him, represents the first appearance in print of any of his work.
Cataloging source
HDC
Citation location within source
  • CNCE 34919
  • N-94
  • page 462
Citation source
  • EDIT 16
  • Adams, H.M. Catalogue of books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501-1600, in Cambridge libraries
  • Short-title catalogue of books printed in Italy and of Italian books printed in other countries from 1465 to 1600 now in the British Museum
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
Navagero was librariain of the Biblioteca Marciana, official historian of the Venetian Republic, and spent several years editing texts for his friend Aldus Manutius, including the 1519 edition of Cicero's Orationes. It was Navagero who persuaded Aldus to return to printing, and to whom Aldus addressed the long dedication of the Rhetorica ad Herennium
Label
Andreae Naugerii patricii Veneti orationes duae carminaque nonnulla
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Signatures: pi2 a-b4 c2 d-f4 g2 h-k4 l6
  • Last leaf (l6) blank
  • Woodcuts: title vignette of the device of the Accademia Alviana founded by Bartolommeo Alviano at Pordenone, whose members included Navagero, Girolamo Fracastoro, Giovanni Cotta, and other writers; device features figure of an old man, wearing a leafy wreath, and holding a spray of leaves and flowers, his left arm resting on a vessel from which a stream of water flows, with caption "Naucelus."
  • Text printed in large roman type
  • For additional information on Navagero and Aldus, see Martin Lowry, The world of Aldus Manutius (1979), page 161ff.; and James Hutton, The Greek anthology in Italy to the year 1800 (1935), page 189ff
Contents
Andreae Naugerii patricii Veneti oratio habita in funere Bartholomaei Liuiani (dated Nov. 10, 1515) -- Andraeae Naugerii oratio habita in funere Leonardi Lauretani Venetiarum principis (dated June 25, 1521) -- [Poems] Lusus ; Acon ; Damon ; Iolas ; Ex Philemone ; Ex Maenandro
Dimensions
29 cm (folio)
Extent
[2], XLI, [1] leaves
Note
  • Numerous annotations in contemporary hand.
  • Spec. Coll. copy 1: Imperfect, final blank leaf wanting. Extensively annotated throughout in neat, easily legible cancelleresca script by a single contemporary writer, someone obviously well-acquainted with Navagero's work, particularly his poetry, which is analyzed in consierable detail. Bound in old 18th-century pink paper boards, stained and torn, with vellum backstrip, vellum spine repaired. In modern red leather and beige cloth clamshell case (32 cm), with spine title "Navagero. Orationes." Purchase, Bernard M. Rosenthal, 1983.
  • Spec. Coll. copy 2: Imperfect, final blank leaf wanting. Bound in modern limp gray paper over thin white cardboard covers. In modern red leather and beige cloth clamshell case (31 cm), with spine title "Navagero. Orationes." Purchase, Bernard M. Rosenthal, 1987.
  • Spec. Coll. copy 3: Includes final blank leaf. Bound in original vellum, new endpapers; manuscript note on upper cover reads "Postillato da Paolo Manuzio nel 1537;" restored by Laboratorio restauro del libro, Badia di Grottaferra, whose label is affixed to rear pastedown. Contemporary ownership inscription ("Gaspar Matthaeius") on title page of Gaspare Mattei, archbishop of Athens, later Cardinal Mattei. First ten leaves are extensively annotated in the hand of Paolo Manuzio; glosses have initial date of 27 Aprilis 1537" and final date of "31 Maij 1537." A long note on verso of front endleaf, dated 14 Oct. 1871 by Pietro Prescutti, librarian of the Colonna family, attests that the handwriting is that of Paolo Manuzio. Purchase, Paolo Pampaloni, 1995.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)11151048
  • ucoclc11151048
Label
Andreae Naugerii patricii Veneti orationes duae carminaque nonnulla
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Signatures: pi2 a-b4 c2 d-f4 g2 h-k4 l6
  • Last leaf (l6) blank
  • Woodcuts: title vignette of the device of the Accademia Alviana founded by Bartolommeo Alviano at Pordenone, whose members included Navagero, Girolamo Fracastoro, Giovanni Cotta, and other writers; device features figure of an old man, wearing a leafy wreath, and holding a spray of leaves and flowers, his left arm resting on a vessel from which a stream of water flows, with caption "Naucelus."
  • Text printed in large roman type
  • For additional information on Navagero and Aldus, see Martin Lowry, The world of Aldus Manutius (1979), page 161ff.; and James Hutton, The Greek anthology in Italy to the year 1800 (1935), page 189ff
Contents
Andreae Naugerii patricii Veneti oratio habita in funere Bartholomaei Liuiani (dated Nov. 10, 1515) -- Andraeae Naugerii oratio habita in funere Leonardi Lauretani Venetiarum principis (dated June 25, 1521) -- [Poems] Lusus ; Acon ; Damon ; Iolas ; Ex Philemone ; Ex Maenandro
Dimensions
29 cm (folio)
Extent
[2], XLI, [1] leaves
Note
  • Numerous annotations in contemporary hand.
  • Spec. Coll. copy 1: Imperfect, final blank leaf wanting. Extensively annotated throughout in neat, easily legible cancelleresca script by a single contemporary writer, someone obviously well-acquainted with Navagero's work, particularly his poetry, which is analyzed in consierable detail. Bound in old 18th-century pink paper boards, stained and torn, with vellum backstrip, vellum spine repaired. In modern red leather and beige cloth clamshell case (32 cm), with spine title "Navagero. Orationes." Purchase, Bernard M. Rosenthal, 1983.
  • Spec. Coll. copy 2: Imperfect, final blank leaf wanting. Bound in modern limp gray paper over thin white cardboard covers. In modern red leather and beige cloth clamshell case (31 cm), with spine title "Navagero. Orationes." Purchase, Bernard M. Rosenthal, 1987.
  • Spec. Coll. copy 3: Includes final blank leaf. Bound in original vellum, new endpapers; manuscript note on upper cover reads "Postillato da Paolo Manuzio nel 1537;" restored by Laboratorio restauro del libro, Badia di Grottaferra, whose label is affixed to rear pastedown. Contemporary ownership inscription ("Gaspar Matthaeius") on title page of Gaspare Mattei, archbishop of Athens, later Cardinal Mattei. First ten leaves are extensively annotated in the hand of Paolo Manuzio; glosses have initial date of 27 Aprilis 1537" and final date of "31 Maij 1537." A long note on verso of front endleaf, dated 14 Oct. 1871 by Pietro Prescutti, librarian of the Colonna family, attests that the handwriting is that of Paolo Manuzio. Purchase, Paolo Pampaloni, 1995.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)11151048
  • ucoclc11151048

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