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The Resource Habes in hoc volumine lector optime diuina Lactantii Firmiani opera nuper per Ianu[m] Parrhasiu[m] accuratissime castigata Graeco i[n]tegro adiu[n]cto quod in aliis cu[m] mancu[m], tu[m] corruptu[m] inuenit[ur] in hoc vero eme[n]datissimu[m] inuenies ; : Eiusdem Epitome, Carmen de Phoenice, Carme[n] de Resur. D[omi]ni. Habes et[iam] Ioa[n]. Chry. de Eucha. qua[n]da[m] expositione[m] [et] in ea[m]de[m] materia[m] Lau. Vall. sermone[m]. Habes Phi. adhortatione[m] ad Theodo. [et] aduersus gentes Tertul. Apologetico[n]. Habes[que] tabula[m] nouiter i[m]pressa[m]

Habes in hoc volumine lector optime diuina Lactantii Firmiani opera nuper per Ianu[m] Parrhasiu[m] accuratissime castigata Graeco i[n]tegro adiu[n]cto quod in aliis cu[m] mancu[m], tu[m] corruptu[m] inuenit[ur] in hoc vero eme[n]datissimu[m] inuenies ; : Eiusdem Epitome, Carmen de Phoenice, Carme[n] de Resur. D[omi]ni. Habes et[iam] Ioa[n]. Chry. de Eucha. qua[n]da[m] expositione[m] [et] in ea[m]de[m] materia[m] Lau. Vall. sermone[m]. Habes Phi. adhortatione[m] ad Theodo. [et] aduersus gentes Tertul. Apologetico[n]. Habes[que] tabula[m] nouiter i[m]pressa[m]

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Habes in hoc volumine lector optime diuina Lactantii Firmiani opera nuper per Ianu[m] Parrhasiu[m] accuratissime castigata Graeco i[n]tegro adiu[n]cto quod in aliis cu[m] mancu[m], tu[m] corruptu[m] inuenit[ur] in hoc vero eme[n]datissimu[m] inuenies ; : Eiusdem Epitome, Carmen de Phoenice, Carme[n] de Resur. D[omi]ni. Habes et[iam] Ioa[n]. Chry. de Eucha. qua[n]da[m] expositione[m] [et] in ea[m]de[m] materia[m] Lau. Vall. sermone[m]. Habes Phi. adhortatione[m] ad Theodo. [et] aduersus gentes Tertul. Apologetico[n]. Habes[que] tabula[m] nouiter i[m]pressa[m]
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Habes in hoc volumine lector optime diuina Lactantii Firmiani opera nuper per Ianu[m] Parrhasiu[m] accuratissime castigata Graeco i[n]tegro adiu[n]cto quod in aliis cu[m] mancu[m], tu[m] corruptu[m] inuenit[ur] in hoc vero eme[n]datissimu[m] inuenies ;
Title remainder
Eiusdem Epitome, Carmen de Phoenice, Carme[n] de Resur. D[omi]ni. Habes et[iam] Ioa[n]. Chry. de Eucha. qua[n]da[m] expositione[m] [et] in ea[m]de[m] materia[m] Lau. Vall. sermone[m]. Habes Phi. adhortatione[m] ad Theodo. [et] aduersus gentes Tertul. Apologetico[n]. Habes[que] tabula[m] nouiter i[m]pressa[m]
Title variation
  • Habes in hoc volumine lector optime divina Lactantii Firmiani opera
  • Opera
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Language
lat
Summary
Edition of the complete works of Lactantius, with the essay by St. John Chrysostom on the Eucharist, and the short sermon by Lorenzo Valla on the same subject, with a register and imprint of 3 Jan. 1509.
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KSW
Citation location within source
  • page 366
  • II:650
  • Italian sixteenth century books, no. 246
  • CNCE 34788
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
  • Sander, M. Livre à figures italien depuis 1467 jusqu'à 1530
  • Harvard College Library. Catalogue of books and manuscripts
  • EDIT 16
Index
index present
LC call number
BR65
LC item number
.L2 1509
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
There follows an edition of Tertullian's Apologeticus adversus gentes, along with one of his sermons, with a separate collation and a short index and register, dated 9 Nov. 1509. The volume begins with a dedicatory epistle written by the printer, dated 15 Jan. 1510. Tacuino was the first to pair these texts and was imitated by Petit in Paris and by Aldus in 1515. Lactantius was perhaps the most popular Latin apologist in the Renaissance. His defense of Christianity was appreciated for its reasonableness as well as for an unquestioned orthodoxy, a valuable feature in a Roman author
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Habes in hoc volumine lector optime diuina Lactantii Firmiani opera nuper per Ianu[m] Parrhasiu[m] accuratissime castigata Graeco i[n]tegro adiu[n]cto quod in aliis cu[m] mancu[m], tu[m] corruptu[m] inuenit[ur] in hoc vero eme[n]datissimu[m] inuenies ; : Eiusdem Epitome, Carmen de Phoenice, Carme[n] de Resur. D[omi]ni. Habes et[iam] Ioa[n]. Chry. de Eucha. qua[n]da[m] expositione[m] [et] in ea[m]de[m] materia[m] Lau. Vall. sermone[m]. Habes Phi. adhortatione[m] ad Theodo. [et] aduersus gentes Tertul. Apologetico[n]. Habes[que] tabula[m] nouiter i[m]pressa[m]
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Publication
Note
  • "Cum gratia & priuilegio."
  • Edited by Pierio Valeriano whose name appears on leaf V8v
  • A resetting of Tacuino's 1502 edition, with the addition of a new index and marginal notes, and some changes in signature H
  • Imprint from colophon on leaf d4 at end of the Apologeticus of Tertulian, dated Nov. 9, 1509; preceded by another colophon at end of Lactantius, dated Jan.3, 1509, which reads: Diuina opera Lactantii Firmiani & alioru[m] supradictoru[m] impressa Venetiis mira arte & diligentia Ioannis de Tridino cognomento Tacuini finiunt. Mcccccix die iii Ianuarii dominante inclyto principe Leonardo Lauredano
  • Signatures: 2A8 2B4 A-V8 a-c6 d4
  • Errors in foliation: leaves XXI, CLIIII (first sequence)--and XII (second sequence) incorrectly numbered XXII, CLXIIII and XI
  • Woodcuts: Tacuino's device on title page, a vignette of St. John the Baptist with lamb, holding a cross and ribbon with motto "Ecce agnus Dei"; within ornamental white-on-black border, signed "b.M."; large 12-line floriated pictorial initial "M" printed in red at beginning of text on leaf I; smaller white-on-black initials throughout. Title woodcut ascribed to Benedetto Mantagna; see F. Lippmann, Art of wood-engraving in Italy in the fifteenth century (London: B. Quaritch, 1888), pages 125-126; reproduction on page 127
  • Title printed in gothic type; text printed in roman type; caption title at head of text on leaf I printed in red
  • Signature registers on leaves V8 and d4
  • "Q. Septimii Florentis Tertulliani Apologeticus adversus gentes": leaves I-XXII at end
  • Includes indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
31 cm (folio)
Extent
[12], CLX, XXII leaves
Lccn
35034406
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound in early vellum over boards; manuscript spine title "Lactan. Firmian. Opera;" edges sprinkled brown. Laid in: one manuscript letter (1 leaf), folded, stamped with red wax, and addressed to Giovanni Maria Bilesimo (1748-1818) in Fonzaso, Italy; some marginal annotations in an 18th-century [?] hand. Purchase, Jeffrey Macevice, 1994.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)03417805
  • ucoclc3417805
Label
Habes in hoc volumine lector optime diuina Lactantii Firmiani opera nuper per Ianu[m] Parrhasiu[m] accuratissime castigata Graeco i[n]tegro adiu[n]cto quod in aliis cu[m] mancu[m], tu[m] corruptu[m] inuenit[ur] in hoc vero eme[n]datissimu[m] inuenies ; : Eiusdem Epitome, Carmen de Phoenice, Carme[n] de Resur. D[omi]ni. Habes et[iam] Ioa[n]. Chry. de Eucha. qua[n]da[m] expositione[m] [et] in ea[m]de[m] materia[m] Lau. Vall. sermone[m]. Habes Phi. adhortatione[m] ad Theodo. [et] aduersus gentes Tertul. Apologetico[n]. Habes[que] tabula[m] nouiter i[m]pressa[m]
Publication
Note
  • "Cum gratia & priuilegio."
  • Edited by Pierio Valeriano whose name appears on leaf V8v
  • A resetting of Tacuino's 1502 edition, with the addition of a new index and marginal notes, and some changes in signature H
  • Imprint from colophon on leaf d4 at end of the Apologeticus of Tertulian, dated Nov. 9, 1509; preceded by another colophon at end of Lactantius, dated Jan.3, 1509, which reads: Diuina opera Lactantii Firmiani & alioru[m] supradictoru[m] impressa Venetiis mira arte & diligentia Ioannis de Tridino cognomento Tacuini finiunt. Mcccccix die iii Ianuarii dominante inclyto principe Leonardo Lauredano
  • Signatures: 2A8 2B4 A-V8 a-c6 d4
  • Errors in foliation: leaves XXI, CLIIII (first sequence)--and XII (second sequence) incorrectly numbered XXII, CLXIIII and XI
  • Woodcuts: Tacuino's device on title page, a vignette of St. John the Baptist with lamb, holding a cross and ribbon with motto "Ecce agnus Dei"; within ornamental white-on-black border, signed "b.M."; large 12-line floriated pictorial initial "M" printed in red at beginning of text on leaf I; smaller white-on-black initials throughout. Title woodcut ascribed to Benedetto Mantagna; see F. Lippmann, Art of wood-engraving in Italy in the fifteenth century (London: B. Quaritch, 1888), pages 125-126; reproduction on page 127
  • Title printed in gothic type; text printed in roman type; caption title at head of text on leaf I printed in red
  • Signature registers on leaves V8 and d4
  • "Q. Septimii Florentis Tertulliani Apologeticus adversus gentes": leaves I-XXII at end
  • Includes indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
31 cm (folio)
Extent
[12], CLX, XXII leaves
Lccn
35034406
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound in early vellum over boards; manuscript spine title "Lactan. Firmian. Opera;" edges sprinkled brown. Laid in: one manuscript letter (1 leaf), folded, stamped with red wax, and addressed to Giovanni Maria Bilesimo (1748-1818) in Fonzaso, Italy; some marginal annotations in an 18th-century [?] hand. Purchase, Jeffrey Macevice, 1994.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)03417805
  • ucoclc3417805

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