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Domitii Calderini Veronensis secretarii apostolici in commentarios Iuuenalis ad clarissimum uirum Iulianum medicen Petri Cosmi filium florentinum

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Domitii Calderini Veronensis secretarii apostolici in commentarios Iuuenalis ad clarissimum uirum Iulianum medicen Petri Cosmi filium florentinum
Title
Domitii Calderini Veronensis secretarii apostolici in commentarios Iuuenalis ad clarissimum uirum Iulianum medicen Petri Cosmi filium florentinum
Title variation
  • Domitii Calderini Veronensis secretarii apostolici Commentarii in Satyras Iuuenalis
  • Commentarii in Satyras Iuuenalis
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Language
lat
Member of
Cataloging source
HLS
Citation location within source
  • J-642
  • 4239
  • 9688*
  • 287:240
  • 5:214 (IB. 20076)
Citation source
  • Goff
  • Proctor
  • Hain
  • NUC pre-1956
  • BM 15th cent.
Index
no index present
Literary form
poetry
Label
Domitii Calderini Veronensis secretarii apostolici in commentarios Iuuenalis ad clarissimum uirum Iulianum medicen Petri Cosmi filium florentinum
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • First ed. of Juvenal with the important commentary of Domizio Calderino
  • Caption title
  • Imprint from colophon at end of Juvenal text on p. [172]. Calderino attempted to have the work printed earlier in Rome, as indicated by colophons at end of his commentary on p. [172], and at end of the "Defensio" on p. [191]: "Editi Romae K. Septe[m]bris MccccLxxiiii [1474 Sept. 1]"; ultimately the work was printed the following year in Venice. As early as 1470, Calderino's rival, the papal administrator Niccolò Perotti, had lobbied Pope Paul II in Rome for press censorship of what Perotti considered corruptions of classical texts
  • Includes "Defensio aduersus Brotheum Grammaticum commentariorum Martialis calumniatorem: cum recriminatione retaxationis Plinianae in qua Brotheus ducentis & lxxv locis praestantissimum scriptorem deprauauit" (p. [174]-[192]), containing Calderino's critical remarks on the "Rudimenta grammatices" of Niccolò' Perotti (whom he refers to as "Brotheus"), as well as Calderino's attacks on what he considers Perotti's corruptions of Pliny. Cf. E.M. Sanford, "Renaissance commentaries on Juvenal," Transactions and proceedings of the Amer. Philol. Assn. 79 (1948): 92-112
  • Printed in roman type on "royal"-size sheets, with Juvenal text in center in large type, surrounded on three sides by 55 lines of commentary in smaller type; spaces left for capitals, some of which have been supplied in ms
  • Signatures: [a]-[b]10 [c]-[i]8 [k]-[l]10
Dimensions
27 cm (4to)
Extent
[192] p. (last p. blank)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: imperfect, first blank leaf has been used to replace leaf [9] (p. [17]-[18]), with text and commentary supplied in ms., in a skilled round gothic hand. New mottled brown leather boards, in an antique style, panelled in blind; gold-stamped spine title "Juvenalis Satyrae. Venice 1475". Early marginal notes. Purchase, Laurence Witten, 1983.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)44064786
  • ucoclc44064786
Label
Domitii Calderini Veronensis secretarii apostolici in commentarios Iuuenalis ad clarissimum uirum Iulianum medicen Petri Cosmi filium florentinum
Publication
Note
  • First ed. of Juvenal with the important commentary of Domizio Calderino
  • Caption title
  • Imprint from colophon at end of Juvenal text on p. [172]. Calderino attempted to have the work printed earlier in Rome, as indicated by colophons at end of his commentary on p. [172], and at end of the "Defensio" on p. [191]: "Editi Romae K. Septe[m]bris MccccLxxiiii [1474 Sept. 1]"; ultimately the work was printed the following year in Venice. As early as 1470, Calderino's rival, the papal administrator Niccolò Perotti, had lobbied Pope Paul II in Rome for press censorship of what Perotti considered corruptions of classical texts
  • Includes "Defensio aduersus Brotheum Grammaticum commentariorum Martialis calumniatorem: cum recriminatione retaxationis Plinianae in qua Brotheus ducentis & lxxv locis praestantissimum scriptorem deprauauit" (p. [174]-[192]), containing Calderino's critical remarks on the "Rudimenta grammatices" of Niccolò' Perotti (whom he refers to as "Brotheus"), as well as Calderino's attacks on what he considers Perotti's corruptions of Pliny. Cf. E.M. Sanford, "Renaissance commentaries on Juvenal," Transactions and proceedings of the Amer. Philol. Assn. 79 (1948): 92-112
  • Printed in roman type on "royal"-size sheets, with Juvenal text in center in large type, surrounded on three sides by 55 lines of commentary in smaller type; spaces left for capitals, some of which have been supplied in ms
  • Signatures: [a]-[b]10 [c]-[i]8 [k]-[l]10
Dimensions
27 cm (4to)
Extent
[192] p. (last p. blank)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: imperfect, first blank leaf has been used to replace leaf [9] (p. [17]-[18]), with text and commentary supplied in ms., in a skilled round gothic hand. New mottled brown leather boards, in an antique style, panelled in blind; gold-stamped spine title "Juvenalis Satyrae. Venice 1475". Early marginal notes. Purchase, Laurence Witten, 1983.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)44064786
  • ucoclc44064786

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