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The Resource Hieronymi Fracastorii Veronensis Opera omnia, in vnum proxime post illius mortem collecta, quorum nomina sequens pagina plenius indicat, accesserunt Andreae Naugerii, patricii veneti, Orationes duae carminaq[ue] nonnulla, amicorum cura ob id nuper simul impressa, ut eorum scripta, qui arcta inter se uiuentes necessitudine coniuncti fuerunt, in hominum quoque manus post eorum mortem iuncta pariter pervenirent ; cum illustriss. Senatus veneti decreto

Hieronymi Fracastorii Veronensis Opera omnia, in vnum proxime post illius mortem collecta, quorum nomina sequens pagina plenius indicat, accesserunt Andreae Naugerii, patricii veneti, Orationes duae carminaq[ue] nonnulla, amicorum cura ob id nuper simul impressa, ut eorum scripta, qui arcta inter se uiuentes necessitudine coniuncti fuerunt, in hominum quoque manus post eorum mortem iuncta pariter pervenirent ; cum illustriss. Senatus veneti decreto

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Hieronymi Fracastorii Veronensis Opera omnia, in vnum proxime post illius mortem collecta, quorum nomina sequens pagina plenius indicat
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Hieronymi Fracastorii Veronensis Opera omnia, in vnum proxime post illius mortem collecta, quorum nomina sequens pagina plenius indicat
Statement of responsibility
accesserunt Andreae Naugerii, patricii veneti, Orationes duae carminaq[ue] nonnulla, amicorum cura ob id nuper simul impressa, ut eorum scripta, qui arcta inter se uiuentes necessitudine coniuncti fuerunt, in hominum quoque manus post eorum mortem iuncta pariter pervenirent ; cum illustriss. Senatus veneti decreto
Title variation
Opera omnia
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Contributor
Former owner
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Summary
First ed. of the collected works of Fracastoro, Italian poet and philosopher, and scholar of mathematics, geology, and medicine.
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Citation location within source
  • 2650
  • 2396
  • F-817
  • p. 275
Citation source
  • Osler, W. Bib. Osleriana
  • Wellcome cat. of printed books
  • Adams
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
Dewey number
879.081
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
no index present
LC call number
PQ4623
LC item number
.F558 1555
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
Includes his best-known works--Homo centrica, De sympathia, De contagione--his dialogues on such topics as poetry, intelligence, and the soul; and his poems, the most famous of which is "Syphilis" (dedicated to Bembo), containing the first accurate description of the "French disease"
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Hieronymi Fracastorii Veronensis Opera omnia, in vnum proxime post illius mortem collecta, quorum nomina sequens pagina plenius indicat, accesserunt Andreae Naugerii, patricii veneti, Orationes duae carminaq[ue] nonnulla, amicorum cura ob id nuper simul impressa, ut eorum scripta, qui arcta inter se uiuentes necessitudine coniuncti fuerunt, in hominum quoque manus post eorum mortem iuncta pariter pervenirent ; cum illustriss. Senatus veneti decreto
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Colophon: Venetiis, apud haeredes Lucaentonii Iuntae. MDLV
  • Includes a biography of Fracastoro on leaves [1]-[5] of first sequence
  • Last 32 leaves contain funeral speeches and poems by Andrea Navagero, preceded by t.p. with title: "Andreae Naugerii patricii Veneti orationes suae habitae vna in funere Bartholomaei Liuiani altera in funere Leonardi Lauretani Venetiarum principis. Carmináq. nonnulla."
  • Printed in roman and italic types; side notes; reference letters in margins
  • Woodcuts: printer's device on t.p. (the Giunta fleur-de-lis within a wreath of leaves and ribbons supported by two putti, with printer's monogram "L.A."); portrait medallions of Andrea Navagero and Fracastoro on verso of leaf [6] of first sequence; historiated white initials; mathematical and astronomical diagrams and tables throughout text
  • Signatures: [maltese cross]6 A-3Z4 3& 6 a-h4
Contents
(from verso of t.p.) Hieronymi Fracastorii Veronensis Homocentricorum, siue de stellis liber vnus ; De causis criticorum dierum libellus ; De sympathia & antipathia liber vnus ; De contagionibus & contagiosis morbis & eorum curatione libri tres -- Naugerius, siue de poetica dialogus -- Turrius, siue de intellectione dialogus -- Fracastorius, siue de anima dialogus ; De vini temperatura sententia ; Syphilidis, siue de morbo gallico libri tres ; Ioseph libri duo ; Carminum liber unus -- Andreae Naugerii, pat. ven. Oratio in funere Bartholomaei Liuiani ; Oratio in funere Leonardi Lauretani, princip. ven. ; Carminum liber vnus
Dimensions
24 cm (4to)
Extent
[6], 285 [i.e. 281], [1], 32 leaves
Lccn
33024937
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy: two contemporary ms. leaves bound in after leaf [maltese cross]6, containing a 66-verse poem by the neo-Latin poet Georgius Jodocus Berganus, "Georg. Jod. Berg. I[n] morte[m] Hier. Fracastorij querela ad Apollinem", lamenting the death of Fracastoro; possibly in the poet's own hand.
  • Spec. Coll. copy: English 18th-century vellum binding; gilt filets, and blind-stamped borders; gilt ornaments in spine panels; gold-stamped spine title "Fracastorii Opera. Naugerii Orationes et carminae"; gilt centerpieces (crest of the Society of Writers to the Signet); edges stained red. Early ownership inscription on t.p., with numerous annotations throughout, possibly in the same hand. Nineteenth-century [?] armorial bookplate, possibly that of John Scott Jr. of Melby, Shetland, engraved by [F.] Edmonston [of Edinburgh], with caption "Scott of Melby". Purchase, Pierre Beres, 1984.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts), ports.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)20041300
  • ucoclc20041300
Label
Hieronymi Fracastorii Veronensis Opera omnia, in vnum proxime post illius mortem collecta, quorum nomina sequens pagina plenius indicat, accesserunt Andreae Naugerii, patricii veneti, Orationes duae carminaq[ue] nonnulla, amicorum cura ob id nuper simul impressa, ut eorum scripta, qui arcta inter se uiuentes necessitudine coniuncti fuerunt, in hominum quoque manus post eorum mortem iuncta pariter pervenirent ; cum illustriss. Senatus veneti decreto
Publication
Note
  • Colophon: Venetiis, apud haeredes Lucaentonii Iuntae. MDLV
  • Includes a biography of Fracastoro on leaves [1]-[5] of first sequence
  • Last 32 leaves contain funeral speeches and poems by Andrea Navagero, preceded by t.p. with title: "Andreae Naugerii patricii Veneti orationes suae habitae vna in funere Bartholomaei Liuiani altera in funere Leonardi Lauretani Venetiarum principis. Carmináq. nonnulla."
  • Printed in roman and italic types; side notes; reference letters in margins
  • Woodcuts: printer's device on t.p. (the Giunta fleur-de-lis within a wreath of leaves and ribbons supported by two putti, with printer's monogram "L.A."); portrait medallions of Andrea Navagero and Fracastoro on verso of leaf [6] of first sequence; historiated white initials; mathematical and astronomical diagrams and tables throughout text
  • Signatures: [maltese cross]6 A-3Z4 3& 6 a-h4
Contents
(from verso of t.p.) Hieronymi Fracastorii Veronensis Homocentricorum, siue de stellis liber vnus ; De causis criticorum dierum libellus ; De sympathia & antipathia liber vnus ; De contagionibus & contagiosis morbis & eorum curatione libri tres -- Naugerius, siue de poetica dialogus -- Turrius, siue de intellectione dialogus -- Fracastorius, siue de anima dialogus ; De vini temperatura sententia ; Syphilidis, siue de morbo gallico libri tres ; Ioseph libri duo ; Carminum liber unus -- Andreae Naugerii, pat. ven. Oratio in funere Bartholomaei Liuiani ; Oratio in funere Leonardi Lauretani, princip. ven. ; Carminum liber vnus
Dimensions
24 cm (4to)
Extent
[6], 285 [i.e. 281], [1], 32 leaves
Lccn
33024937
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy: two contemporary ms. leaves bound in after leaf [maltese cross]6, containing a 66-verse poem by the neo-Latin poet Georgius Jodocus Berganus, "Georg. Jod. Berg. I[n] morte[m] Hier. Fracastorij querela ad Apollinem", lamenting the death of Fracastoro; possibly in the poet's own hand.
  • Spec. Coll. copy: English 18th-century vellum binding; gilt filets, and blind-stamped borders; gilt ornaments in spine panels; gold-stamped spine title "Fracastorii Opera. Naugerii Orationes et carminae"; gilt centerpieces (crest of the Society of Writers to the Signet); edges stained red. Early ownership inscription on t.p., with numerous annotations throughout, possibly in the same hand. Nineteenth-century [?] armorial bookplate, possibly that of John Scott Jr. of Melby, Shetland, engraved by [F.] Edmonston [of Edinburgh], with caption "Scott of Melby". Purchase, Pierre Beres, 1984.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts), ports.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)20041300
  • ucoclc20041300

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