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The Resource Ioannis Francisci Burane Veronensis Interpretatio fidissima necnon exactissima expositio in priores Aristotelius resolutorios nuper accuratius recognita : cum indice copiosissimo in quo o[mn]ia annotatu digniora questionesq[ue] o[mn]es huius voluminis premonstrantur, Hieronymi Bagolini Veronensis in eosdem libros annotationes quasdam quas non ingratas fore lecturis putauimus, qua[m]quam ipse nimia lectionum molestia vexatus illas breui suppressas inuitusu perstrinxerit

Ioannis Francisci Burane Veronensis Interpretatio fidissima necnon exactissima expositio in priores Aristotelius resolutorios nuper accuratius recognita : cum indice copiosissimo in quo o[mn]ia annotatu digniora questionesq[ue] o[mn]es huius voluminis premonstrantur, Hieronymi Bagolini Veronensis in eosdem libros annotationes quasdam quas non ingratas fore lecturis putauimus, qua[m]quam ipse nimia lectionum molestia vexatus illas breui suppressas inuitusu perstrinxerit

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Ioannis Francisci Burane Veronensis Interpretatio fidissima necnon exactissima expositio in priores Aristotelius resolutorios nuper accuratius recognita : cum indice copiosissimo in quo o[mn]ia annotatu digniora questionesq[ue] o[mn]es huius voluminis premonstrantur
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Ioannis Francisci Burane Veronensis Interpretatio fidissima necnon exactissima expositio in priores Aristotelius resolutorios nuper accuratius recognita
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cum indice copiosissimo in quo o[mn]ia annotatu digniora questionesq[ue] o[mn]es huius voluminis premonstrantur
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Hieronymi Bagolini Veronensis in eosdem libros annotationes quasdam quas non ingratas fore lecturis putauimus, qua[m]quam ipse nimia lectionum molestia vexatus illas breui suppressas inuitusu perstrinxerit
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  • lat
  • grc
  • lat
Summary
Translation of and commentary on Aristotle's Prior analytics, the beginning of formal logic, by Giovanni Francesco Burana.
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CGU
Citation location within source
  • CNCE 7905
  • volume 691 (NSA 0079155)
Citation source
  • EDIT 16
  • National union catalog, pre-1956 imprints (supplement)
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non fiction
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Burana occupied the chair in Logic at Padua, where he taught for two years, before taking up a new profession as a physician. After his death from plague, his friend Girolamo Bagolino had Burana's translation and commentary published in 1524 by heirs of Ottaviano Scotto; Scotto the younger printed it again in 1536, Christian Wechel printed it in 1539, and there were many succeeding editions as well. Burana's fame, tied to the posthumous publication of this single work, was so great that the translation of the Analytics by Giacomo Veneto used in the opera omnia was subsumed under Burana's name as well
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Ioannis Francisci Burane Veronensis Interpretatio fidissima necnon exactissima expositio in priores Aristotelius resolutorios nuper accuratius recognita : cum indice copiosissimo in quo o[mn]ia annotatu digniora questionesq[ue] o[mn]es huius voluminis premonstrantur, Hieronymi Bagolini Veronensis in eosdem libros annotationes quasdam quas non ingratas fore lecturis putauimus, qua[m]quam ipse nimia lectionum molestia vexatus illas breui suppressas inuitusu perstrinxerit
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Note
  • Signatures: [maltese cross]4 A-O8 P-Q6
  • Last leaf (Q6) is blank
  • Woodcuts: the Scotto device on title page, featuring winged figure of Fame, holding a trumpet in one hand, a foot resting atop a winged orb initialed "OSM", with motto on two sides: "Famam extendere factis est virtutis opus" running vertically along left and right sides of image; another Scotto device on verso of leaf 123 (O5), featuring printer's initials "O.S.M." [Ottaviano Scoto Modoetiensis] within a circle surmounted by a double cross, and flanked by arabesques of dolphins and leafy vines. Text illustrated with 141 half-page and text diagrams; large and small ornamental initials, including a 14-line foliated white initial on black criblé background; text illustrated with numerous woodcut logic diagrams, many quite large, including one half-page cut
  • Text printed in three sizes of gothic type: text, commentary, and marginal notes in inner and outer margins; in two columns; preface in roman type
Dimensions
29 cm (folio)
Extent
[4] 123, [1] leaves
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy 1: incomplete, final blank leaf (Q6) wanting. Bound in modern [19th-century?] light ocher paper boards block-printed with design of dark ocher pinwheels and turquoise dots; backstrip secured with masking tape; manuscript spine title "Aristoteles 1536;" edges sprinkled blue. Purchase, F. Thomas Heller, Swarthmore, PA, 1988.
  • Spec. Coll. copy 2: complete copy, includes final blank leaf (Q6). Bound with: Augustini Niphi medices philosophi Suessani Prioristica comentaria. Impressa Neapoli [Naples]: Per solertissimum artis impressorie uirum dominum Euangelistam Papiensem, Heredem Londam, M. Sigismundi Mayr Theutonici, anno a Virginis puerperio M.D.xxvi pridie idus Martij [15 Mar. 1526]. Bound in contemporary manuscript vellum waste over paper boards; strips of vellum manuscript waste also used to reinforce spine; evidence of four pairs of ties: two pairs along fore-edges, and one each at upper and lower edges; contemporary manuscript spine title. Notes on front pastedown in an unidentified contemporary hand. In modern brown leather and beige cloth clamshell case; gold-stamped spine title "Burane. Interpretatio fidissima. 1536." Purchase, Bruce McKittrick, 1990.
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illustrations (woodcuts)
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  • (OCoLC)24290988
  • ucoclc24290988
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Ioannis Francisci Burane Veronensis Interpretatio fidissima necnon exactissima expositio in priores Aristotelius resolutorios nuper accuratius recognita : cum indice copiosissimo in quo o[mn]ia annotatu digniora questionesq[ue] o[mn]es huius voluminis premonstrantur, Hieronymi Bagolini Veronensis in eosdem libros annotationes quasdam quas non ingratas fore lecturis putauimus, qua[m]quam ipse nimia lectionum molestia vexatus illas breui suppressas inuitusu perstrinxerit
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: [maltese cross]4 A-O8 P-Q6
  • Last leaf (Q6) is blank
  • Woodcuts: the Scotto device on title page, featuring winged figure of Fame, holding a trumpet in one hand, a foot resting atop a winged orb initialed "OSM", with motto on two sides: "Famam extendere factis est virtutis opus" running vertically along left and right sides of image; another Scotto device on verso of leaf 123 (O5), featuring printer's initials "O.S.M." [Ottaviano Scoto Modoetiensis] within a circle surmounted by a double cross, and flanked by arabesques of dolphins and leafy vines. Text illustrated with 141 half-page and text diagrams; large and small ornamental initials, including a 14-line foliated white initial on black criblé background; text illustrated with numerous woodcut logic diagrams, many quite large, including one half-page cut
  • Text printed in three sizes of gothic type: text, commentary, and marginal notes in inner and outer margins; in two columns; preface in roman type
Dimensions
29 cm (folio)
Extent
[4] 123, [1] leaves
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy 1: incomplete, final blank leaf (Q6) wanting. Bound in modern [19th-century?] light ocher paper boards block-printed with design of dark ocher pinwheels and turquoise dots; backstrip secured with masking tape; manuscript spine title "Aristoteles 1536;" edges sprinkled blue. Purchase, F. Thomas Heller, Swarthmore, PA, 1988.
  • Spec. Coll. copy 2: complete copy, includes final blank leaf (Q6). Bound with: Augustini Niphi medices philosophi Suessani Prioristica comentaria. Impressa Neapoli [Naples]: Per solertissimum artis impressorie uirum dominum Euangelistam Papiensem, Heredem Londam, M. Sigismundi Mayr Theutonici, anno a Virginis puerperio M.D.xxvi pridie idus Martij [15 Mar. 1526]. Bound in contemporary manuscript vellum waste over paper boards; strips of vellum manuscript waste also used to reinforce spine; evidence of four pairs of ties: two pairs along fore-edges, and one each at upper and lower edges; contemporary manuscript spine title. Notes on front pastedown in an unidentified contemporary hand. In modern brown leather and beige cloth clamshell case; gold-stamped spine title "Burane. Interpretatio fidissima. 1536." Purchase, Bruce McKittrick, 1990.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)24290988
  • ucoclc24290988

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