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The Resource Antonij Sebastiani Minturni poemata ad Consaluum Pyretium, summi consilij apud Catholicum regem virum primarium

Antonij Sebastiani Minturni poemata ad Consaluum Pyretium, summi consilij apud Catholicum regem virum primarium

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Antonij Sebastiani Minturni poemata ad Consaluum Pyretium, summi consilij apud Catholicum regem virum primarium
Title
Antonij Sebastiani Minturni poemata ad Consaluum Pyretium, summi consilij apud Catholicum regem virum primarium
Title variation
  • Antonii Sebastiani Mintvrni poemata ad Consalvvm Pyretivm, summi consilij apud Catholicum regem virum primarium
  • Poemata ad Consaluum Pyretium, summi consilij apud Catholicum regem virum primarium
  • Poemata ad Consalvvm Pyretivm, summi consilij apud Catholicum regem virum primarium
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Contributor
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Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Summary
First edition of Neo-Latin epic poems, written by the Italian poet and canonist Antonio Minturno, bishop of Crotone, on the occasion of the arrival of the Emperor Charles V in Italy
Cataloging source
CLU
Citation location within source
  • page 620
  • CNCE 49516
Citation source
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • EDIT 16
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Antonij Sebastiani Minturni poemata ad Consaluum Pyretium, summi consilij apud Catholicum regem virum primarium
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A-F8
  • Last two leaves are blank (F7-8)
  • Woodcuts: Valvassori's device on title page and verso of leaf [1] at end, featuring two disembodied hands emerging from puffs of clouds, and holding a lance, sprouting leafy sprigs and entwined by a serpent; large historiated white initials
  • Text printed in italic type; dedicatory preface in large roman type
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
45, [3] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound with two other poetic works by Minturno: Antonij Sebastiani Minturni poemata ad illustriss. principem M. Antonium Columnan; and Antonij Sebastiani Minturni epigrammata et elegiae, both with imprint "Venetiis, Apud Io. Andream Valuassorem, MDLXIIII." Bound in 18th-century marbled paper boards; small blue and white shelf mark label at base of spine, with manuscript shelf mark; another shelf mark label on front pastedown. Purchase, Ludwig Rosenthal's Antiquariaat, 1995.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)865488855
  • ucoclc865488855
Label
Antonij Sebastiani Minturni poemata ad Consaluum Pyretium, summi consilij apud Catholicum regem virum primarium
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A-F8
  • Last two leaves are blank (F7-8)
  • Woodcuts: Valvassori's device on title page and verso of leaf [1] at end, featuring two disembodied hands emerging from puffs of clouds, and holding a lance, sprouting leafy sprigs and entwined by a serpent; large historiated white initials
  • Text printed in italic type; dedicatory preface in large roman type
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
45, [3] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound with two other poetic works by Minturno: Antonij Sebastiani Minturni poemata ad illustriss. principem M. Antonium Columnan; and Antonij Sebastiani Minturni epigrammata et elegiae, both with imprint "Venetiis, Apud Io. Andream Valuassorem, MDLXIIII." Bound in 18th-century marbled paper boards; small blue and white shelf mark label at base of spine, with manuscript shelf mark; another shelf mark label on front pastedown. Purchase, Ludwig Rosenthal's Antiquariaat, 1995.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)865488855
  • ucoclc865488855

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