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The Resource [Ex XIIII. T. Livii Decadibvs : prima, tertia, quarta, cuius tertio libro prima pars, quae desyderabat, & decimo quicquid ferè in calce non habebamus, additum est. uerum praeter haec ueluti fragmenta quartae Decadi adiuncta : sciant omnes qui haec lecturi sunt, aliaru[m] quoq[ue] Decadum libros castigatiores nunc emitti, quàm unqua[m] aliâs. nam & multa adulterina expunximus, & multa uera recepimus, beneficio ueterum exemplarium adiuti . Duplex Epitome, quarum altera per singulos XIIII Decadum libros summatim explicantur quae in illis continebantur, atq[ue] eam ipsam putamus à T. Liuio compositam esse, alteram ab L. Floro, qui omnem historiam ex T. Liuio excerpsit, eamq[ue] per bella digessit. Polybii libri V De rebus Romanis in Latinum traducto à Nicolao Perotto, quos in locum secundae Decadis substituimus, quia multa in illis leguntur, quae secunda Decade continebantur. Index copiosissimus rerum magis memorabilium

[Ex XIIII. T. Livii Decadibvs : prima, tertia, quarta, cuius tertio libro prima pars, quae desyderabat, & decimo quicquid ferè in calce non habebamus, additum est. uerum praeter haec ueluti fragmenta quartae Decadi adiuncta : sciant omnes qui haec lecturi sunt, aliaru[m] quoq[ue] Decadum libros castigatiores nunc emitti, quàm unqua[m] aliâs. nam & multa adulterina expunximus, & multa uera recepimus, beneficio ueterum exemplarium adiuti . Duplex Epitome, quarum altera per singulos XIIII Decadum libros summatim explicantur quae in illis continebantur, atq[ue] eam ipsam putamus à T. Liuio compositam esse, alteram ab L. Floro, qui omnem historiam ex T. Liuio excerpsit, eamq[ue] per bella digessit. Polybii libri V De rebus Romanis in Latinum traducto à Nicolao Perotto, quos in locum secundae Decadis substituimus, quia multa in illis leguntur, quae secunda Decade continebantur. Index copiosissimus rerum magis memorabilium

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[Ex XIIII. T. Livii Decadibvs : prima, tertia, quarta, cuius tertio libro prima pars, quae desyderabat, & decimo quicquid ferè in calce non habebamus, additum est. uerum praeter haec ueluti fragmenta quartae Decadi adiuncta : sciant omnes qui haec lecturi sunt, aliaru[m] quoq[ue] Decadum libros castigatiores nunc emitti, quàm unqua[m] aliâs. nam & multa adulterina expunximus, & multa uera recepimus, beneficio ueterum exemplarium adiuti . Duplex Epitome, quarum altera per singulos XIIII Decadum libros summatim explicantur quae in illis continebantur, atq[ue] eam ipsam putamus à T. Liuio compositam esse, alteram ab L. Floro, qui omnem historiam ex T. Liuio excerpsit, eamq[ue] per bella digessit. Polybii libri V De rebus Romanis in Latinum traducto à Nicolao Perotto, quos in locum secundae Decadis substituimus, quia multa in illis leguntur, quae secunda Decade continebantur. Index copiosissimus rerum magis memorabilium
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[Ex XIIII. T. Livii Decadibvs
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prima, tertia, quarta, cuius tertio libro prima pars, quae desyderabat, & decimo quicquid ferè in calce non habebamus, additum est. uerum praeter haec ueluti fragmenta quartae Decadi adiuncta : sciant omnes qui haec lecturi sunt, aliaru[m] quoq[ue] Decadum libros castigatiores nunc emitti, quàm unqua[m] aliâs. nam & multa adulterina expunximus, & multa uera recepimus, beneficio ueterum exemplarium adiuti . Duplex Epitome, quarum altera per singulos XIIII Decadum libros summatim explicantur quae in illis continebantur, atq[ue] eam ipsam putamus à T. Liuio compositam esse, alteram ab L. Floro, qui omnem historiam ex T. Liuio excerpsit, eamq[ue] per bella digessit. Polybii libri V De rebus Romanis in Latinum traducto à Nicolao Perotto, quos in locum secundae Decadis substituimus, quia multa in illis leguntur, quae secunda Decade continebantur. Index copiosissimus rerum magis memorabilium
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Aldine folio ed., edited by Andreas Asulanus, Aldus' father-in-law.
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IBV
Citation location within source
  • p. 89, no. 6
  • L-1324
  • p. 390
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  • Renouard, A.A. Annales de l'imprimerie des Estienne
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  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
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index present
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non fiction
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The Perotti translation of Polybius included here was considered the most esteemed of the Renaissance
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[Ex XIIII. T. Livii Decadibvs : prima, tertia, quarta, cuius tertio libro prima pars, quae desyderabat, & decimo quicquid ferè in calce non habebamus, additum est. uerum praeter haec ueluti fragmenta quartae Decadi adiuncta : sciant omnes qui haec lecturi sunt, aliaru[m] quoq[ue] Decadum libros castigatiores nunc emitti, quàm unqua[m] aliâs. nam & multa adulterina expunximus, & multa uera recepimus, beneficio ueterum exemplarium adiuti . Duplex Epitome, quarum altera per singulos XIIII Decadum libros summatim explicantur quae in illis continebantur, atq[ue] eam ipsam putamus à T. Liuio compositam esse, alteram ab L. Floro, qui omnem historiam ex T. Liuio excerpsit, eamq[ue] per bella digessit. Polybii libri V De rebus Romanis in Latinum traducto à Nicolao Perotto, quos in locum secundae Decadis substituimus, quia multa in illis leguntur, quae secunda Decade continebantur. Index copiosissimus rerum magis memorabilium
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  • Catalogued from a copy lacking overall t.p.; title supplied from Renouard, A. A. Annali delle edizioni aldine. Bologna, 1953, p. 89-90
  • Signatures: A8 B6 a-m8 n10 *10 2a-2m8 2n6 **10 3a-3q8 2A-2B8 C-I8
  • Each of the sections has a half title [1]: Titi Livii Patavini decas prima [2] Titi Livii Patavini Decas tertia [3] Titi Livii Patavini Decas qvarta [4] Titi Livii Patavini Decadvm XIIII. Epitomae. Lvcivs Florvs [5] Polybii Historiarvm libri qvinqve in Latiam conversi linguam, Nicolao Perotto interprete
  • Colophons occur at the end of each section, identical in form, but with different dates: Signature n1: Venetiis in aedibus Aldi, et Andrea soceri, mense Ianvario. M.D.XXI. Signature nn6: ... M.D.XX. mense Octobri. Signature lll8: ... mense Novembri. M.D.XX. Signature qqq7: mense Decembri. M.D.xx. Signature I7: ... mense Febrvario. M.D.XXI
  • Woodcuts: Aldine anchor-and-dolphin device on half-titles of sections [1-2, 5], on the half-title of the indexes for sections [3-4], and on verso of final leaves of sections [4-5]
  • Printed in small roman type; spaces left for capitals, with guide letters
  • The 3d and 4th sections are paged continuously; other sections separately paged
  • Edited by Franciscus Asulanus
  • Includes index
Dimensions
32 cm.
Extent
[14], 106, [10], 102, [10], 127, [1], 7l, [1] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: imperfect, t.p. wanting. Bound with: Justinus, M. J. Trogi Pompeii Historia per Iustinum in compendium redacta proxime q̃ emendatissime edita. [Mediolani, 1520]. Eighteenth century calf, rebacked; double blind fillet enclosing sprinkled outer border, and inner foliate roll, with floral corner-pieces; gold-stamped black leather spine labels, with titles "Livius decadibus" and "Aldus 1520-21"; edges sprinkled red and brown. Ownership inscription on front free endpaper of "Rich. Cocks", and "R. Cox" on verso of last leaf (leaf P10 of the Justinus), probably that of Sir Richard Cox, Baronet, Lord Chancellor of Ireland; copious marginal annotations in a contemporary hand. In modern brown cloth phase box; in matching brown leather and brown marbled paper slipcase; gold-stamped box title "Livy. Ab urbe condita," with gold-stamped imprint date "1520" at base of spine. Purchase, Zeitlin & Ver Brugge Booksellers, 1976.
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  • (OCoLC)07951122
  • ucoclc7951122
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[Ex XIIII. T. Livii Decadibvs : prima, tertia, quarta, cuius tertio libro prima pars, quae desyderabat, & decimo quicquid ferè in calce non habebamus, additum est. uerum praeter haec ueluti fragmenta quartae Decadi adiuncta : sciant omnes qui haec lecturi sunt, aliaru[m] quoq[ue] Decadum libros castigatiores nunc emitti, quàm unqua[m] aliâs. nam & multa adulterina expunximus, & multa uera recepimus, beneficio ueterum exemplarium adiuti . Duplex Epitome, quarum altera per singulos XIIII Decadum libros summatim explicantur quae in illis continebantur, atq[ue] eam ipsam putamus à T. Liuio compositam esse, alteram ab L. Floro, qui omnem historiam ex T. Liuio excerpsit, eamq[ue] per bella digessit. Polybii libri V De rebus Romanis in Latinum traducto à Nicolao Perotto, quos in locum secundae Decadis substituimus, quia multa in illis leguntur, quae secunda Decade continebantur. Index copiosissimus rerum magis memorabilium
Publication
Note
  • Catalogued from a copy lacking overall t.p.; title supplied from Renouard, A. A. Annali delle edizioni aldine. Bologna, 1953, p. 89-90
  • Signatures: A8 B6 a-m8 n10 *10 2a-2m8 2n6 **10 3a-3q8 2A-2B8 C-I8
  • Each of the sections has a half title [1]: Titi Livii Patavini decas prima [2] Titi Livii Patavini Decas tertia [3] Titi Livii Patavini Decas qvarta [4] Titi Livii Patavini Decadvm XIIII. Epitomae. Lvcivs Florvs [5] Polybii Historiarvm libri qvinqve in Latiam conversi linguam, Nicolao Perotto interprete
  • Colophons occur at the end of each section, identical in form, but with different dates: Signature n1: Venetiis in aedibus Aldi, et Andrea soceri, mense Ianvario. M.D.XXI. Signature nn6: ... M.D.XX. mense Octobri. Signature lll8: ... mense Novembri. M.D.XX. Signature qqq7: mense Decembri. M.D.xx. Signature I7: ... mense Febrvario. M.D.XXI
  • Woodcuts: Aldine anchor-and-dolphin device on half-titles of sections [1-2, 5], on the half-title of the indexes for sections [3-4], and on verso of final leaves of sections [4-5]
  • Printed in small roman type; spaces left for capitals, with guide letters
  • The 3d and 4th sections are paged continuously; other sections separately paged
  • Edited by Franciscus Asulanus
  • Includes index
Dimensions
32 cm.
Extent
[14], 106, [10], 102, [10], 127, [1], 7l, [1] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: imperfect, t.p. wanting. Bound with: Justinus, M. J. Trogi Pompeii Historia per Iustinum in compendium redacta proxime q̃ emendatissime edita. [Mediolani, 1520]. Eighteenth century calf, rebacked; double blind fillet enclosing sprinkled outer border, and inner foliate roll, with floral corner-pieces; gold-stamped black leather spine labels, with titles "Livius decadibus" and "Aldus 1520-21"; edges sprinkled red and brown. Ownership inscription on front free endpaper of "Rich. Cocks", and "R. Cox" on verso of last leaf (leaf P10 of the Justinus), probably that of Sir Richard Cox, Baronet, Lord Chancellor of Ireland; copious marginal annotations in a contemporary hand. In modern brown cloth phase box; in matching brown leather and brown marbled paper slipcase; gold-stamped box title "Livy. Ab urbe condita," with gold-stamped imprint date "1520" at base of spine. Purchase, Zeitlin & Ver Brugge Booksellers, 1976.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)07951122
  • ucoclc7951122

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