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Libri de re rustica

Label
Libri de re rustica
Title
Libri de re rustica
Title variation
Libri de re rvstica
Creator
Contributor
Former owner
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Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Summary
A collection of agricultural works first printed in 1472 and repeatedly thereafter; known by its conventional title "Scriptores rei rusticae."
Cataloging source
CLU
Citation location within source
  • no. 4456
  • no. 11263
Citation source
  • Nijhoff & Kronenberg. Nederlandsche bibliographie van 1500 tot 1540
  • Bibliotheca Sunderlandiana (1881)
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Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Libri de re rustica
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Antwerp reprint of the 1514 Aldine ed
  • Printer and place of printing from Nijhoff & Kronenberg
  • Edited by Giovanni Giocondo
  • Includes Giocondo's preface, dated May 15, 1514 in Venice, followed by Aldus' note to readers
  • Signatures: *8 A-ZZ8 Aa-Ff8 Gg4 (Gg4 missigned Gh4)
  • Woodcuts: small sketches of agricultural tools, and several planting diagrams in Columella
  • Text printed in small roman type
  • Errata: verso of last leaf
Contents
(from t.p.) M. Catonis Lib. I -- M. Terentii Varronis Lib. III -- L. Iunii Moderati Columellae Lib. XII -- Eiusdem De arboribus liber separatus ab alijs quare aute[m] id factum fuerit ostenditur in epistola ad lectorem -- Palladii Lib. XIIII -- De duobus dierum generibus simulq[ue] De umbris, & horis quae apud Palladium, in alia epistola ad lectorem -- Georgij Alexandrini enarrationes priscarum dictionu[m] quae in his libris Catonis, Varronis, Columellae
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Extent
[37], 391 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: brown leather over oaken boards, panelled in blind; center panel filled with three vertical rolls featuring arabesques, coats of arms, and the initials "I" "W"; three raised bands on spine; the third of four spine panels decorated with blind-stamped ornamental rolls; remnants of two pairs of brass clasps on fore-edges. Large armorial bookplate on front pastedown, with motto "Dieu defende le droit," with caption "From the Sunderland Library, Blenheim Palace, purchased March 1883 by Bernard Quaritch, 15 Picadilly, London"; small blue and white paper label in upper spine panel, with ms. shelf-mark. The Sunderland Library was formed by Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl of Sunderland, and later sold by George Charles Spencer Churchill, 8th Duke of Marlborough. Purchase, Bernard Quaritch, Ltd., 2002.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)559087488
  • ucoclc559087488
Label
Libri de re rustica
Publication
Note
  • Antwerp reprint of the 1514 Aldine ed
  • Printer and place of printing from Nijhoff & Kronenberg
  • Edited by Giovanni Giocondo
  • Includes Giocondo's preface, dated May 15, 1514 in Venice, followed by Aldus' note to readers
  • Signatures: *8 A-ZZ8 Aa-Ff8 Gg4 (Gg4 missigned Gh4)
  • Woodcuts: small sketches of agricultural tools, and several planting diagrams in Columella
  • Text printed in small roman type
  • Errata: verso of last leaf
Contents
(from t.p.) M. Catonis Lib. I -- M. Terentii Varronis Lib. III -- L. Iunii Moderati Columellae Lib. XII -- Eiusdem De arboribus liber separatus ab alijs quare aute[m] id factum fuerit ostenditur in epistola ad lectorem -- Palladii Lib. XIIII -- De duobus dierum generibus simulq[ue] De umbris, & horis quae apud Palladium, in alia epistola ad lectorem -- Georgij Alexandrini enarrationes priscarum dictionu[m] quae in his libris Catonis, Varronis, Columellae
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Extent
[37], 391 leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: brown leather over oaken boards, panelled in blind; center panel filled with three vertical rolls featuring arabesques, coats of arms, and the initials "I" "W"; three raised bands on spine; the third of four spine panels decorated with blind-stamped ornamental rolls; remnants of two pairs of brass clasps on fore-edges. Large armorial bookplate on front pastedown, with motto "Dieu defende le droit," with caption "From the Sunderland Library, Blenheim Palace, purchased March 1883 by Bernard Quaritch, 15 Picadilly, London"; small blue and white paper label in upper spine panel, with ms. shelf-mark. The Sunderland Library was formed by Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl of Sunderland, and later sold by George Charles Spencer Churchill, 8th Duke of Marlborough. Purchase, Bernard Quaritch, Ltd., 2002.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)559087488
  • ucoclc559087488

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