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The Resource Aristophanis comicorum principis Comoediae undecim è graeco in latinum ad uerbum translatae, Andrea Diuo Iustinopolitano interprete ; quarum nomina sequens indicabit pagina

Aristophanis comicorum principis Comoediae undecim è graeco in latinum ad uerbum translatae, Andrea Diuo Iustinopolitano interprete ; quarum nomina sequens indicabit pagina

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Aristophanis comicorum principis Comoediae undecim è graeco in latinum ad uerbum translatae
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Aristophanis comicorum principis Comoediae undecim è graeco in latinum ad uerbum translatae
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Andrea Diuo Iustinopolitano interprete ; quarum nomina sequens indicabit pagina
Title variation
Comoediae undecim
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Language
  • lat
  • grc
  • lat
Summary
First complete translation in any language of the eleven extant comedies of Aristophanes, translated by Andrea Divo, of Capo d'Istria, whose literal prose translation remained popular throughout many reprintings down to the 17th century
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A-1720
Citation source
Adams
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Aristophanis comicorum principis Comoediae undecim è graeco in latinum ad uerbum translatae, Andrea Diuo Iustinopolitano interprete ; quarum nomina sequens indicabit pagina
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Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Signatures: A-2L8
  • Woodcuts: title vignette (the Sessa cat-and-mouse device, apparently also used by Comin da Trino; cf. La tipografia cinquecentina italiana / Fernanda Ascarelli. Firenze : Sansoni, 1953, fig. 129); historiated white initials
  • Printed in italic type
Contents
Plutus -- Nebulae -- Ranae -- Equites -- Acharnes -- Vespae -- Aves -- Pax -- Concionantes -- Cerealia celebran -- Lysistrate
Dimensions
16 cm.
Extent
543, [1] p.
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy 1: p . 543 mispaginated as "54". Nineteenth-century mottled blue paper boards with brown leather spine; gilt fleurons in spine compartments; gold-stamped black leather spine title "Aristophanis comoediae"; edges sprinkled red. Purchase, E.K. Schreiber, 1990.
  • Spec. Coll. copy 2: plain gray paperboard covers; old ms. spine title "Aristophani Comoediae" with ms. shelf-mark below. Bookplate on front pastedown commemorates John Williams White's gift Harvard College Library; at a later date, bookplate was stamped with Harvard College Library release stamp; bookplate of the Brother Julian F.S.C. Collection at Manhattan College, donated by Christian A. Zabriskie of New York City, on front free endpaper; ownership inkstamps of Manhattan College on front pastedown and on all edges, embossed stamp on t.p. Purchase, Bernard Quaritch, 1992; Lot 43/12 from Christie's South Kensington Manhattan College Rare Book Collection sale, Nov. 29, 1991.
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  • (OCoLC)41378884
  • ucoclc41378884
Label
Aristophanis comicorum principis Comoediae undecim è graeco in latinum ad uerbum translatae, Andrea Diuo Iustinopolitano interprete ; quarum nomina sequens indicabit pagina
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Signatures: A-2L8
  • Woodcuts: title vignette (the Sessa cat-and-mouse device, apparently also used by Comin da Trino; cf. La tipografia cinquecentina italiana / Fernanda Ascarelli. Firenze : Sansoni, 1953, fig. 129); historiated white initials
  • Printed in italic type
Contents
Plutus -- Nebulae -- Ranae -- Equites -- Acharnes -- Vespae -- Aves -- Pax -- Concionantes -- Cerealia celebran -- Lysistrate
Dimensions
16 cm.
Extent
543, [1] p.
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy 1: p . 543 mispaginated as "54". Nineteenth-century mottled blue paper boards with brown leather spine; gilt fleurons in spine compartments; gold-stamped black leather spine title "Aristophanis comoediae"; edges sprinkled red. Purchase, E.K. Schreiber, 1990.
  • Spec. Coll. copy 2: plain gray paperboard covers; old ms. spine title "Aristophani Comoediae" with ms. shelf-mark below. Bookplate on front pastedown commemorates John Williams White's gift Harvard College Library; at a later date, bookplate was stamped with Harvard College Library release stamp; bookplate of the Brother Julian F.S.C. Collection at Manhattan College, donated by Christian A. Zabriskie of New York City, on front free endpaper; ownership inkstamps of Manhattan College on front pastedown and on all edges, embossed stamp on t.p. Purchase, Bernard Quaritch, 1992; Lot 43/12 from Christie's South Kensington Manhattan College Rare Book Collection sale, Nov. 29, 1991.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)41378884
  • ucoclc41378884

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