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The Resource Iustini ex Trogo Pompeio historiae, cum multis memorabilibus in margine : addito insuper indice, quo facilius notatu clariora rep[er]iri possint, nuper eme[n]datae

Iustini ex Trogo Pompeio historiae, cum multis memorabilibus in margine : addito insuper indice, quo facilius notatu clariora rep[er]iri possint, nuper eme[n]datae

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Iustini ex Trogo Pompeio historiae, cum multis memorabilibus in margine : addito insuper indice, quo facilius notatu clariora rep[er]iri possint, nuper eme[n]datae
Title
Iustini ex Trogo Pompeio historiae, cum multis memorabilibus in margine
Title remainder
addito insuper indice, quo facilius notatu clariora rep[er]iri possint, nuper eme[n]datae
Title variation
Justini ex Trogo Pompeio historiae, cum multis memorabilibus in margine
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Subject
Language
lat
Member of
Cataloging source
RCE
Citation location within source
  • CNCE 34806
  • page 683
  • II:486
Citation source
  • EDIT 16
  • BL STC Italian, 1465-1600 (supplement)
  • Schweiger, F.A.L. Handbuch der classischen bibliographie
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Iustini ex Trogo Pompeio historiae, cum multis memorabilibus in margine : addito insuper indice, quo facilius notatu clariora rep[er]iri possint, nuper eme[n]datae
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Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Signatures: A-L6 M4
  • Final leaf (M4) is blank
  • Woodcuts: woodcut title vignette, signed "BM," of St. John the Baptist, a lamb at his feet, holding a cross and ribbon announcing "Ecce Agnus Dei; within white-on-black ornamental criblé border; ornamental initials, including several large (9-line) white-on-black historiated initials
  • Text and marginal notes printed in roman type; some spaces left for capitals, with guide letters; index printed in five columns
  • Includes index
Dimensions
31 cm (folio)
Extent
69, [1] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound with Josephus De antiquitatibus ac De bello Judaico. Venetiis: Excussit formis Gregorius de Gregoriis, anno salutis nostrae MDX die xxix mensis octobris [29 Oct. 1510]. Blind-tooled tawed pigskin binding; small center panel filled with leafy arabesques, enclosed by four exterior borders: the first contains leafy arabesques and small portrait medallions; the second contains small floral ornaments and fleurons; the third has rectangular compartments containing vignettes with captions "Ecce Ang," "Hic Est Hi," "Abraham," Mors Fro;" outermost border contains roll of interlocking curved acanthus leaves; four raised bands. Presentation inscription on title page of Georgius Vinseriis to his friend Vuolfgango Piperoni, dated Oct. 3, 1577; a later purchase note at head of leaf a2 by P[ater] Coelestinus, abbot of St. Emmeram, a Benedictine monastery in Regensburg, Bavaria. Purchase, Bernard M. Rosenthal, 1986.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)84657615
  • ucoclc84657615
Label
Iustini ex Trogo Pompeio historiae, cum multis memorabilibus in margine : addito insuper indice, quo facilius notatu clariora rep[er]iri possint, nuper eme[n]datae
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Signatures: A-L6 M4
  • Final leaf (M4) is blank
  • Woodcuts: woodcut title vignette, signed "BM," of St. John the Baptist, a lamb at his feet, holding a cross and ribbon announcing "Ecce Agnus Dei; within white-on-black ornamental criblé border; ornamental initials, including several large (9-line) white-on-black historiated initials
  • Text and marginal notes printed in roman type; some spaces left for capitals, with guide letters; index printed in five columns
  • Includes index
Dimensions
31 cm (folio)
Extent
69, [1] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound with Josephus De antiquitatibus ac De bello Judaico. Venetiis: Excussit formis Gregorius de Gregoriis, anno salutis nostrae MDX die xxix mensis octobris [29 Oct. 1510]. Blind-tooled tawed pigskin binding; small center panel filled with leafy arabesques, enclosed by four exterior borders: the first contains leafy arabesques and small portrait medallions; the second contains small floral ornaments and fleurons; the third has rectangular compartments containing vignettes with captions "Ecce Ang," "Hic Est Hi," "Abraham," Mors Fro;" outermost border contains roll of interlocking curved acanthus leaves; four raised bands. Presentation inscription on title page of Georgius Vinseriis to his friend Vuolfgango Piperoni, dated Oct. 3, 1577; a later purchase note at head of leaf a2 by P[ater] Coelestinus, abbot of St. Emmeram, a Benedictine monastery in Regensburg, Bavaria. Purchase, Bernard M. Rosenthal, 1986.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)84657615
  • ucoclc84657615

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