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The Resource Libri de re rustica, a Nicolao Angelio uiro consumatissimo nuper maxima diligentia recogniti & typis escusi ; cum indice & expositione omnium dictionum Catonis, Varronis, Columellae, Palladij, quae aliqua enucleatione indigebant ; additis nuper commentarijs Iunij Pompo Fortunati in librum De cultu hortorum cum adnotationibus Philippi Beroaldi

Libri de re rustica, a Nicolao Angelio uiro consumatissimo nuper maxima diligentia recogniti & typis escusi ; cum indice & expositione omnium dictionum Catonis, Varronis, Columellae, Palladij, quae aliqua enucleatione indigebant ; additis nuper commentarijs Iunij Pompo Fortunati in librum De cultu hortorum cum adnotationibus Philippi Beroaldi

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Libri de re rustica
Title
Libri de re rustica
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a Nicolao Angelio uiro consumatissimo nuper maxima diligentia recogniti & typis escusi ; cum indice & expositione omnium dictionum Catonis, Varronis, Columellae, Palladij, quae aliqua enucleatione indigebant ; additis nuper commentarijs Iunij Pompo Fortunati in librum De cultu hortorum cum adnotationibus Philippi Beroaldi
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Language
lat
Cataloging source
EQO
Citation location within source
  • no. 155
  • p. XLVI, no. 48
  • pt. 2, p. 171
  • S-806
  • p. 215
Citation source
  • Decia, D. I Giunti tipografi editori di Firenze
  • Renouard, A.A. Annales de l'imprimerie des Alde
  • Bandini, A.M. De Florentina Iuntarum Typographia
  • Adams
  • Pettas, W.A. Giunti of Florence
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illustrations
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non fiction
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Libri de re rustica, a Nicolao Angelio uiro consumatissimo nuper maxima diligentia recogniti & typis escusi ; cum indice & expositione omnium dictionum Catonis, Varronis, Columellae, Palladij, quae aliqua enucleatione indigebant ; additis nuper commentarijs Iunij Pompo Fortunati in librum De cultu hortorum cum adnotationibus Philippi Beroaldi
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Collection of agricultural works of Cato, Varro, Columella, and Palladius, first published together in 1472, and reprinted here after the 1515 ed., with the addition of commentary by Fortunato on Book X of Columella's De cultu hortorum
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Edited by Niccolò Angeli
  • Woodcuts: sketches of agricultural tools, and several planting diagrams in Columella; printer's device on verso of last leaf (the Giunta lily supported by two putti holding flowers)
  • Printed in small italic type; spaces left for capitals, with guide letters
  • Numerous errors in foliation
  • Signatures: 2A8 2B12 a-z8 &8 [con]8 [rum]8 Aa8 Bb6 A10 B-O8 P12
  • Includes indexes
Contents
(from t.p.) M. Catonis Lib. I -- M. Terentij Varronis Lib. III -- L. Iunij Moderati Columellae Lib. XII -- Eiusdem De arboribus liber separatus ab alijs -- Palladij Lib. XIIII -- De duobus dierum generibus simulq[ue] De umbris & oris quae apud Palladium
Dimensions
22 cm. (4to)
Extent
[20], 218 [i.e. 222], 125, [1] leaves
Lccn
17000097
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy 1: contemporary vellum boards; gold-stamped brown leather spine labels, with title "Columellae De re rustica"; and below, at base of spine, tan label stamped in brown "Florence 1521". Presentation inscription by Girolamo Lagomarsini, Jesuit scholar and professor of rhetoric in Florence and Rome, to Niccolò Mannucci, Venetian historian of the Moghul Empire, dated 1726 in Rome. Purchase, A. Sokol, 1984.
  • Spec. Coll. copy 2: 18th-century [?] dark brown leather boards; gilt spine panels; gold-stamped spine title "N. Angelio De rei rustica"; edges sprinkled red. Bookseller's ticket on rear pastedown of R. Rothschild-Davidson, 1 Monmouth St., London. Ownership inscription of W. Tighe, dated Feb. 14, 1794, noting that the book was "bought at Judge Hellen's sale" (Robert Hellen (d. 1793) was one of the Justices of the Court of Common Pleas, Ireland); large armorial and zodiacal bookplate of Marcus Crahan. Purchase, Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, 1984, from Sotheby's auction of Oct. 9-10, 1984.
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ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)57412066
  • ucoclc57412066
Label
Libri de re rustica, a Nicolao Angelio uiro consumatissimo nuper maxima diligentia recogniti & typis escusi ; cum indice & expositione omnium dictionum Catonis, Varronis, Columellae, Palladij, quae aliqua enucleatione indigebant ; additis nuper commentarijs Iunij Pompo Fortunati in librum De cultu hortorum cum adnotationibus Philippi Beroaldi
Publication
Note
  • Collection of agricultural works of Cato, Varro, Columella, and Palladius, first published together in 1472, and reprinted here after the 1515 ed., with the addition of commentary by Fortunato on Book X of Columella's De cultu hortorum
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Edited by Niccolò Angeli
  • Woodcuts: sketches of agricultural tools, and several planting diagrams in Columella; printer's device on verso of last leaf (the Giunta lily supported by two putti holding flowers)
  • Printed in small italic type; spaces left for capitals, with guide letters
  • Numerous errors in foliation
  • Signatures: 2A8 2B12 a-z8 &8 [con]8 [rum]8 Aa8 Bb6 A10 B-O8 P12
  • Includes indexes
Contents
(from t.p.) M. Catonis Lib. I -- M. Terentij Varronis Lib. III -- L. Iunij Moderati Columellae Lib. XII -- Eiusdem De arboribus liber separatus ab alijs -- Palladij Lib. XIIII -- De duobus dierum generibus simulq[ue] De umbris & oris quae apud Palladium
Dimensions
22 cm. (4to)
Extent
[20], 218 [i.e. 222], 125, [1] leaves
Lccn
17000097
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy 1: contemporary vellum boards; gold-stamped brown leather spine labels, with title "Columellae De re rustica"; and below, at base of spine, tan label stamped in brown "Florence 1521". Presentation inscription by Girolamo Lagomarsini, Jesuit scholar and professor of rhetoric in Florence and Rome, to Niccolò Mannucci, Venetian historian of the Moghul Empire, dated 1726 in Rome. Purchase, A. Sokol, 1984.
  • Spec. Coll. copy 2: 18th-century [?] dark brown leather boards; gilt spine panels; gold-stamped spine title "N. Angelio De rei rustica"; edges sprinkled red. Bookseller's ticket on rear pastedown of R. Rothschild-Davidson, 1 Monmouth St., London. Ownership inscription of W. Tighe, dated Feb. 14, 1794, noting that the book was "bought at Judge Hellen's sale" (Robert Hellen (d. 1793) was one of the Justices of the Court of Common Pleas, Ireland); large armorial and zodiacal bookplate of Marcus Crahan. Purchase, Zeitlin & Ver Brugge, 1984, from Sotheby's auction of Oct. 9-10, 1984.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)57412066
  • ucoclc57412066

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