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The Resource Lo illustro poeta Cecho dascoli: : con el comento nouamente trouato & nobilmente historiato : reuisto & emendato & da molta incorrectione extirpato & da antiquo suo uestigio exemplato, &c

Lo illustro poeta Cecho dascoli: : con el comento nouamente trouato & nobilmente historiato : reuisto & emendato & da molta incorrectione extirpato & da antiquo suo uestigio exemplato, &c

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Lo illustro poeta Cecho dascoli: : con el comento nouamente trouato & nobilmente historiato : reuisto & emendato & da molta incorrectione extirpato & da antiquo suo uestigio exemplato, &c
Title
Lo illustro poeta Cecho dascoli:
Title remainder
con el comento nouamente trouato & nobilmente historiato : reuisto & emendato & da molta incorrectione extirpato & da antiquo suo uestigio exemplato, &c
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Contributor
Binder
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Subject
Genre
Language
ita
Summary
Illustrated ed. of Cecco's didactic poem in terza rima, containing a wealth of 13th-century scientific knowledge about such subjects as the order and movement of the planets and stars, the human body, animals and precious stones.
Member of
Cataloging source
EYM
Citation location within source
  • 1889
  • p. 638
  • no. 1724
Citation source
  • Sander
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • Houzeau & Lancaster. Astronomie (1964 éd.)
http://bibfra.me/vocab/relation/ed
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Index
no index present
LC call number
PQ4299
LC item number
.C25 1516
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
Cecco finished only four books of his poem, leaving the fifth, intended for a discussion of theology, unfinished
Label
Lo illustro poeta Cecho dascoli: : con el comento nouamente trouato & nobilmente historiato : reuisto & emendato & da molta incorrectione extirpato & da antiquo suo uestigio exemplato, &c
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Commentary by Niccolo Masetti
  • Printed in roman and gothic type; side notes
  • Woodcuts: large title vignette of two astronomers, one of whom is holding an armillary sphere (taken from Sessa's 1509 ed. of Albertus Magnus' De virtutibus herbarum); large printer's device on recto of leaf 100 (the Sessa cat and mouse standing beneath a crown, and flanked by printer's initials "M" and "S"); text lavishly illustrated with 77 additional woodcuts of varying sizes, including drawings of animals, portraits of gods and goddesses, figures representing the virtues and vices, and the planets, and astrological diagrams, such as the "wind rose"; pictorial initials
  • Signatures: A-M8 N4
Dimensions
21 cm (4to)
Extent
100 leaves
Lccn
15001149
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Bound in dark green morocco binding by Capé, with gilt filets, and gilt centerpiece and corner fleurons; gilt ornaments in spine panels; gold-stamped spine title "Lo illustro poeta Cecho d'Ascoli. Venetia 1516"; inner gilt dentelles; all edges gilt; marbled endpapers; striped silk bookmark. Bookplates of artist, type designer, and bibliophile, George Abrams; William Horatio Crawford of Lakelands, Cork; Piero Ginori Conti; Charles Fairfax Murray; and Leo S. Olschki. Purchased for Special Collections by Martin Breslauer, Inc. at Sotheby's London auction of Nov. 16-17, 1989.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)67160487
  • ucoclc67160487
Label
Lo illustro poeta Cecho dascoli: : con el comento nouamente trouato & nobilmente historiato : reuisto & emendato & da molta incorrectione extirpato & da antiquo suo uestigio exemplato, &c
Publication
Note
  • Commentary by Niccolo Masetti
  • Printed in roman and gothic type; side notes
  • Woodcuts: large title vignette of two astronomers, one of whom is holding an armillary sphere (taken from Sessa's 1509 ed. of Albertus Magnus' De virtutibus herbarum); large printer's device on recto of leaf 100 (the Sessa cat and mouse standing beneath a crown, and flanked by printer's initials "M" and "S"); text lavishly illustrated with 77 additional woodcuts of varying sizes, including drawings of animals, portraits of gods and goddesses, figures representing the virtues and vices, and the planets, and astrological diagrams, such as the "wind rose"; pictorial initials
  • Signatures: A-M8 N4
Dimensions
21 cm (4to)
Extent
100 leaves
Lccn
15001149
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Bound in dark green morocco binding by Capé, with gilt filets, and gilt centerpiece and corner fleurons; gilt ornaments in spine panels; gold-stamped spine title "Lo illustro poeta Cecho d'Ascoli. Venetia 1516"; inner gilt dentelles; all edges gilt; marbled endpapers; striped silk bookmark. Bookplates of artist, type designer, and bibliophile, George Abrams; William Horatio Crawford of Lakelands, Cork; Piero Ginori Conti; Charles Fairfax Murray; and Leo S. Olschki. Purchased for Special Collections by Martin Breslauer, Inc. at Sotheby's London auction of Nov. 16-17, 1989.
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)67160487
  • ucoclc67160487

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