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The Resource Catena in beatissimum Iob absolutissima : e quattuor & viginti graeciae doctorum explanationibus contexta, a Paulo Comitolo Perusino, Societatis Iesu e graeco in latinum conuersa, atque ab eodem nunc iterum edita, nec non multarum, magnarum[que] rerum, quas tertia pagina indicabit, accessionibus locupletata ; adiecto indice rerum et verborum vberrimo

Catena in beatissimum Iob absolutissima : e quattuor & viginti graeciae doctorum explanationibus contexta, a Paulo Comitolo Perusino, Societatis Iesu e graeco in latinum conuersa, atque ab eodem nunc iterum edita, nec non multarum, magnarum[que] rerum, quas tertia pagina indicabit, accessionibus locupletata ; adiecto indice rerum et verborum vberrimo

Label
Catena in beatissimum Iob absolutissima : e quattuor & viginti graeciae doctorum explanationibus contexta
Title
Catena in beatissimum Iob absolutissima
Title remainder
e quattuor & viginti graeciae doctorum explanationibus contexta
Statement of responsibility
a Paulo Comitolo Perusino, Societatis Iesu e graeco in latinum conuersa, atque ab eodem nunc iterum edita, nec non multarum, magnarum[que] rerum, quas tertia pagina indicabit, accessionibus locupletata ; adiecto indice rerum et verborum vberrimo
Title variation
Catena in beatissimvm Iob absolvtissima
Creator
Contributor
Former owner
Printer
Translator
Subject
Genre
Language
  • lat
  • gre
  • lat
Cataloging source
EQO
Citation location within source
  • volume 2, column 1342, no.1
  • volume 2, pages 410-412
  • C-2466
  • CNCE 10257
Citation source
  • Bibliothèque de la Compagnie de Jésus
  • Bongi, S. Annali di Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari
  • Adams, H.M. Catalogue of books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501-1600, in Cambridge libraries
  • EDIT 16
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Language note
Translation from the Greek into Latin by Paolo Comitoli
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Catena in beatissimum Iob absolutissima : e quattuor & viginti graeciae doctorum explanationibus contexta, a Paulo Comitolo Perusino, Societatis Iesu e graeco in latinum conuersa, atque ab eodem nunc iterum edita, nec non multarum, magnarum[que] rerum, quas tertia pagina indicabit, accessionibus locupletata ; adiecto indice rerum et verborum vberrimo
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Author from preliminary note (page [10]), "De huius auctore catenae disputatio."
  • Signatures: [star]-3[star]4 A-B8 C4 D-2L8 2M-2P4
  • In some copies the first gathering, signed [star], has eight leaves instead of four ([32], 544, [24] pages); see Adams and Bongi. For description of a copy with four leaves in the first gathering ([24], 544, [24] pages), see EDIT 16
  • Last page blank
  • Woodcuts: a Giolito phoenix device on title page within ornamental cartouche, featuring a phoenix standing amidst flames spouting from the top of an urn bearing initials "GGF," facing left towards the sun; motto "Semper eadem" on ribbon; a second device on page [23] at end, featuring a smaller phoenix facing right, standing atop a flaming winged orb; mottoes on two ribbons; large 7-line historiated white initials; smaller white ornamental initials; head- and tail-pieces; large woodcut of Job at beginning of text on page 41
  • Text printed in large roman type, with marginal notes in small italic type
  • Paolo Comitolo's dedicatory preface is addressed to cardinal Antonio Caraffa
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
23 cm (4to)
Extent
[32], 544, [24] pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary limp vellum binding; fore-edges of covers turned in; manuscript spine title "Comitolus in Job." Ownership inscription on front endleaf of Michele Vero Vicenza ("Ex libris Michaelis Veri Vicentini"), with added note stating that the book was purchased Nov. 22, 1696 ("anno 1696 22 9bris emptus libris"). Vero taught philosophy, mathematics, and theology at the seminary in Padua, and in 1718, was appointed professor of logic at the university; see S. Rumor. Gli scrittori vicentini dei secoli decimottavo e decimonono... (Venice 1908), volume 3, page 314. Purchase, Carlo Alberto Chiesa, 1996.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)45444838
  • ucoclc45444838
Label
Catena in beatissimum Iob absolutissima : e quattuor & viginti graeciae doctorum explanationibus contexta, a Paulo Comitolo Perusino, Societatis Iesu e graeco in latinum conuersa, atque ab eodem nunc iterum edita, nec non multarum, magnarum[que] rerum, quas tertia pagina indicabit, accessionibus locupletata ; adiecto indice rerum et verborum vberrimo
Publication
Note
  • Author from preliminary note (page [10]), "De huius auctore catenae disputatio."
  • Signatures: [star]-3[star]4 A-B8 C4 D-2L8 2M-2P4
  • In some copies the first gathering, signed [star], has eight leaves instead of four ([32], 544, [24] pages); see Adams and Bongi. For description of a copy with four leaves in the first gathering ([24], 544, [24] pages), see EDIT 16
  • Last page blank
  • Woodcuts: a Giolito phoenix device on title page within ornamental cartouche, featuring a phoenix standing amidst flames spouting from the top of an urn bearing initials "GGF," facing left towards the sun; motto "Semper eadem" on ribbon; a second device on page [23] at end, featuring a smaller phoenix facing right, standing atop a flaming winged orb; mottoes on two ribbons; large 7-line historiated white initials; smaller white ornamental initials; head- and tail-pieces; large woodcut of Job at beginning of text on page 41
  • Text printed in large roman type, with marginal notes in small italic type
  • Paolo Comitolo's dedicatory preface is addressed to cardinal Antonio Caraffa
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
23 cm (4to)
Extent
[32], 544, [24] pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary limp vellum binding; fore-edges of covers turned in; manuscript spine title "Comitolus in Job." Ownership inscription on front endleaf of Michele Vero Vicenza ("Ex libris Michaelis Veri Vicentini"), with added note stating that the book was purchased Nov. 22, 1696 ("anno 1696 22 9bris emptus libris"). Vero taught philosophy, mathematics, and theology at the seminary in Padua, and in 1718, was appointed professor of logic at the university; see S. Rumor. Gli scrittori vicentini dei secoli decimottavo e decimonono... (Venice 1908), volume 3, page 314. Purchase, Carlo Alberto Chiesa, 1996.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)45444838
  • ucoclc45444838

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