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The Resource Lucij Ioannis Scoppae Parthenopei gra[m]matices institutiones : & i[n] calce epitome cum metrorum arte pro pueris : qua[m] epitomen separata[m] quoq[ue] imprimendam curauimus

Lucij Ioannis Scoppae Parthenopei gra[m]matices institutiones : & i[n] calce epitome cum metrorum arte pro pueris : qua[m] epitomen separata[m] quoq[ue] imprimendam curauimus

Label
Lucij Ioannis Scoppae Parthenopei gra[m]matices institutiones : & i[n] calce epitome cum metrorum arte pro pueris : qua[m] epitomen separata[m] quoq[ue] imprimendam curauimus
Title
Lucij Ioannis Scoppae Parthenopei gra[m]matices institutiones
Title remainder
& i[n] calce epitome cum metrorum arte pro pueris : qua[m] epitomen separata[m] quoq[ue] imprimendam curauimus
Title variation
Grammatices institutiones
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Summary
Textbook of Latin grammar for schoolboys by the noted classicist, Lucio Giovanni Scoppa of Naples (i.e. "Parthenope"), containing the usual extended chapters on the parts of a sentence, declensions, and verb forms, as well an "epitome" at the end, a concise presentation of grammar explanations, and rules for scansion, the metrical analysis of verse.
Cataloging source
ISS
Citation location within source
  • 533:506
  • 6902
  • CNCE 32253
Citation source
  • NUC pre-1956
  • Sander
  • EDIT 16
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
First printed by Paganini at Venice in 1508, this ed. reprints Scoppa's original dedication to his fellow Neapolitan Giovanni Battista Petrucio, archbishop of Taranto, together with Petrucio's reply
Label
Lucij Ioannis Scoppae Parthenopei gra[m]matices institutiones : & i[n] calce epitome cum metrorum arte pro pueris : qua[m] epitomen separata[m] quoq[ue] imprimendam curauimus
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Place of printing and printer from colophon
  • Publisher Nicolò Zoppino's note to readers (p. [63]), in which he notes that the text has been fully purged of the imperfections of the original ed., and praises the Sabbio brothers for the accuracy and neatness of their printing, is dated "XVII Kal. Octobris MDXXIIII" [15 Sept. 1524], in Venice
  • Scoppa's dedicatory preface to fellow Neapolitan Giovanni Battista Petrucio, archbishop of Taranto, is dated June 2, 1508 in Naples; Petrucio's reply dated July 7, 1508 in Naples
  • Signatures: 3A-3D8 A-2L8
  • Woodcuts: title within architectural border, featuring cherubs, leafy swags, and acanthus leaves; some small portrait initials
  • Title-page in red and black; title in gothic type; text and marginal notes printed in small italic type; large roman black capitals
  • Includes index
  • Not in Adams or BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
[64], 540 [i.e. 542], [2] p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Venetian blind-stamped calf binding, decorated in the "Mamluk" style, with an interlacing knot-work tool which appears to be identical with a tool used by Hobson's "Emblematic Binder" (cf. H. Fürstenberg, Italienischen Renaissance-Einbände, no 136); new endpapers; later thick beige cloth ties. Extensively annotated throughout in a single hand. Purchase, Patrick King, 1991.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)235951108
  • ucoclc235951108
Label
Lucij Ioannis Scoppae Parthenopei gra[m]matices institutiones : & i[n] calce epitome cum metrorum arte pro pueris : qua[m] epitomen separata[m] quoq[ue] imprimendam curauimus
Publication
Note
  • Place of printing and printer from colophon
  • Publisher Nicolò Zoppino's note to readers (p. [63]), in which he notes that the text has been fully purged of the imperfections of the original ed., and praises the Sabbio brothers for the accuracy and neatness of their printing, is dated "XVII Kal. Octobris MDXXIIII" [15 Sept. 1524], in Venice
  • Scoppa's dedicatory preface to fellow Neapolitan Giovanni Battista Petrucio, archbishop of Taranto, is dated June 2, 1508 in Naples; Petrucio's reply dated July 7, 1508 in Naples
  • Signatures: 3A-3D8 A-2L8
  • Woodcuts: title within architectural border, featuring cherubs, leafy swags, and acanthus leaves; some small portrait initials
  • Title-page in red and black; title in gothic type; text and marginal notes printed in small italic type; large roman black capitals
  • Includes index
  • Not in Adams or BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
[64], 540 [i.e. 542], [2] p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Venetian blind-stamped calf binding, decorated in the "Mamluk" style, with an interlacing knot-work tool which appears to be identical with a tool used by Hobson's "Emblematic Binder" (cf. H. Fürstenberg, Italienischen Renaissance-Einbände, no 136); new endpapers; later thick beige cloth ties. Extensively annotated throughout in a single hand. Purchase, Patrick King, 1991.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)235951108
  • ucoclc235951108

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