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C. Iulii Caesaris commentarii : quae in hac habeantur editione, sequens pagina demonstrabit

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C. Iulii Caesaris commentarii : quae in hac habeantur editione, sequens pagina demonstrabit
Title
C. Iulii Caesaris commentarii
Title remainder
quae in hac habeantur editione, sequens pagina demonstrabit
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Contributor
Printer
Subject
Language
lat
Summary
Counterfeit edition of the 1513 Aldine edition of Caesar's Commentaries, printed by Thibaud Payen in Lyon in 1545.
Member of
Cataloging source
U5D
Citation location within source
page ^^
Citation source
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
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
Paganus' edition retains the Aldine collation--a-2o8; the original letter addressed by Aldus to the reader, dated November 1513 (leaf B7); the same explanatory text for the illustrations by Giovanni Giocondo (Ioannes Iucundus); the dedicatory letter on leaves A2r-A4r by Giovanni Giocondo of Verona to Giuliano de' Medici; and finaly, the index of place names, "Nomina locorum." Includes Caesar's De bello civili e De bello Gallico; book VIII of De bello Gallico by Aulus Hirtius; Bellum Africanum e Bellum Hispaniense by unknown author, Bellum Alexandrinum by an unknown author, attributed to Aulus Hirtius and Gaius Oppius
Label
C. Iulii Caesaris commentarii : quae in hac habeantur editione, sequens pagina demonstrabit
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A-D8 a-2o8
  • Leaves B8 and D8 are blank
  • Woodcuts: Pagano's device on title-page, featuring a turbanned horseman trampling a foe, with wings, a dolphin-like serpent beside him; large white pictorial initials; text illustrated with five full-page woodcuts of the bridge Caesar built, allegedly in ten days, to cross the Rhine into Germania (page [8]); "Avaricum", now Bourges (France), the site of the siege of Avaricum in 52 B.C. during the Gallic War (page [12]); "Alexia", now Alise-Sainte-Reine (France), scene of the most decisive event of Julius Caesar's invasion of Gaul (page [14]); "Uxellodunum," a fortified town which the Gauls attempted to defend against the Romans during Caesar's Gallic War in 51 B.C. (page [16]); and "Massilia", now Marseille, site of a siege and naval battle with the Romans during Caesar's Civil War (page [18]); and two double-page maps: one of the Iberian peninsula (pages [20]-[21]) and Europe (pages [24]-[25])
  • Text printed in italic type; marginal notes in small roman type
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
[64], 524, [68] pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound in contemporary blonde morocco "venetian style" richly gilt with gold impressions on both boards; all edges gilt; first and last 25 leaves are gauffered. Warning note to possible book thieves in Latin in a contemporary hand on front endleaf, by owner Christophorus Maddius [?]. Purchase, Paolo Rambaldi, 2018.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts), 2 maps
System control number
  • (OCoLC)45577889
  • ucoclc45577889
Label
C. Iulii Caesaris commentarii : quae in hac habeantur editione, sequens pagina demonstrabit
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A-D8 a-2o8
  • Leaves B8 and D8 are blank
  • Woodcuts: Pagano's device on title-page, featuring a turbanned horseman trampling a foe, with wings, a dolphin-like serpent beside him; large white pictorial initials; text illustrated with five full-page woodcuts of the bridge Caesar built, allegedly in ten days, to cross the Rhine into Germania (page [8]); "Avaricum", now Bourges (France), the site of the siege of Avaricum in 52 B.C. during the Gallic War (page [12]); "Alexia", now Alise-Sainte-Reine (France), scene of the most decisive event of Julius Caesar's invasion of Gaul (page [14]); "Uxellodunum," a fortified town which the Gauls attempted to defend against the Romans during Caesar's Gallic War in 51 B.C. (page [16]); and "Massilia", now Marseille, site of a siege and naval battle with the Romans during Caesar's Civil War (page [18]); and two double-page maps: one of the Iberian peninsula (pages [20]-[21]) and Europe (pages [24]-[25])
  • Text printed in italic type; marginal notes in small roman type
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
[64], 524, [68] pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound in contemporary blonde morocco "venetian style" richly gilt with gold impressions on both boards; all edges gilt; first and last 25 leaves are gauffered. Warning note to possible book thieves in Latin in a contemporary hand on front endleaf, by owner Christophorus Maddius [?]. Purchase, Paolo Rambaldi, 2018.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts), 2 maps
System control number
  • (OCoLC)45577889
  • ucoclc45577889

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