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Omnis homines qui sese stude[n]t pr[a]estare c[a]eteris animalib[us]...

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Omnis homines qui sese stude[n]t pr[a]estare c[a]eteris animalib[us]...
Title
Omnis homines qui sese stude[n]t pr[a]estare c[a]eteris animalib[us]...
Title variation
Opera
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Subject
Genre
Language
lat
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Cataloging source
Uk
Citation location within source
  • V:229 (IB. 20209)
  • is00056000
  • 14201
  • S-56
  • 4287
  • 1544
  • S-23
  • 10350 (10115)
Citation source
  • Catalogue of books printed in the XVth century now in the British Museum
  • Incunabula short title catalogue
  • Copinger, W.A. Supplement to Hain's Repertorium bibliographicum
  • Goff, F.R. Incunabula in American libraries
  • Proctor, R. Index to the early printed books in the British Museum
  • Rhodes, D.E. Catalogue of incunabula in all the libraries of Oxford University outside the Bodleian
  • Bibliothèque nationale (France). Catalogue des incunables
  • Pellechet, M. Catalogue général des incunables des bibliothèques publiques de France
Index
no index present
LC call number
PA6653
LC item number
.A2 1474
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Omnis homines qui sese stude[n]t pr[a]estare c[a]eteris animalib[us]...
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Caption title
  • Imprint from colophon on page [128]
  • Signatures (unsigned): [1]-[2]8 [3]6 [4]8 [5]-[7]6 [8]-[9]8 [10]-[11]6
  • First leaf is blank
  • In the UCLA copy, leaves [71]-[76] (life of Sallust, Sallust's invective against Cicero, and Cicero's reply to the invective) are bound before leaves [65]-[70] (Catiline's reply to Cicero).
  • Both BM 15th cent. and Bodleian Lib. 15th cent. give collation as: [a-b8 c-d6 e8 f-h6 i-k8 l6]. BM notes that its copy is misbound and that the quire containing Catiline's oration should go after the Jugurtha as the 10th quire. Bodleian notes that gathering [d] containing the Oratio responsiva in M.T. Ciceronem is incorrectly bound at the end. The Lilly Library copy is collated as: [1-28 36 48 5-76 8-98 10-116]
  • Table at end gives contents as follows: Libello inscripta huic si quispiam noscere petat. Primo Salustij Crispi libros duos ei[us] esse attingere sciat. Secu[n]do or[ati]one[m] Catiline responsiua[m] in M.T. Cicerone[m]. Tertio Crispi Salustij oratoris clarissimi vitam. Quarto eiusdem in M.T. Ciceronem inuectiuam. Quinto M.T. Ciceronis i[n] Crispu[m] Salustiu[m] respo[n]sionem seu inuectiuam que finem eidem libello prebet. Et quorum i[m]pensa in fine secundi Salustij Crispi insertu[m] fore videtur
  • Text printed in roman type (110Ra1., 110 Gk.), 32 lines per page; spaces left for capitals, with printed guide letters; catchwords on every leaf
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
31 cm (4to)
Extent
[76] leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound in 18th-century mottled vellum; third and fifth of six spine compartments stained blue; gilt floral spine ornaments; gold-stamped spine title "Sallust Opera. Venetii 1474." Paper label affixed to front pastedown lists contents, and notes binder's error in placing Catiline's reply to Cicero at the end. Bookplate of John Scott of Halkshill, Ayrshire on front pastedown, featuring figure of a stag, motto "Amo," and monogram ""JYS" [?]. A note in pencil indicates that his book was subsequently sold at the sale of the Halkskill library by Sotheby's in April 1905 (Lot 2073). Ownership inscription in pencil, "Sir William Forbes," possibly the 9th Baronet of the Forbes family of Pitsligo, on front endleaf. Purchase, Laurence Witten, 1984.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)79823810
  • ucoclc79823810
Label
Omnis homines qui sese stude[n]t pr[a]estare c[a]eteris animalib[us]...
Publication
Note
  • Caption title
  • Imprint from colophon on page [128]
  • Signatures (unsigned): [1]-[2]8 [3]6 [4]8 [5]-[7]6 [8]-[9]8 [10]-[11]6
  • First leaf is blank
  • In the UCLA copy, leaves [71]-[76] (life of Sallust, Sallust's invective against Cicero, and Cicero's reply to the invective) are bound before leaves [65]-[70] (Catiline's reply to Cicero).
  • Both BM 15th cent. and Bodleian Lib. 15th cent. give collation as: [a-b8 c-d6 e8 f-h6 i-k8 l6]. BM notes that its copy is misbound and that the quire containing Catiline's oration should go after the Jugurtha as the 10th quire. Bodleian notes that gathering [d] containing the Oratio responsiva in M.T. Ciceronem is incorrectly bound at the end. The Lilly Library copy is collated as: [1-28 36 48 5-76 8-98 10-116]
  • Table at end gives contents as follows: Libello inscripta huic si quispiam noscere petat. Primo Salustij Crispi libros duos ei[us] esse attingere sciat. Secu[n]do or[ati]one[m] Catiline responsiua[m] in M.T. Cicerone[m]. Tertio Crispi Salustij oratoris clarissimi vitam. Quarto eiusdem in M.T. Ciceronem inuectiuam. Quinto M.T. Ciceronis i[n] Crispu[m] Salustiu[m] respo[n]sionem seu inuectiuam que finem eidem libello prebet. Et quorum i[m]pensa in fine secundi Salustij Crispi insertu[m] fore videtur
  • Text printed in roman type (110Ra1., 110 Gk.), 32 lines per page; spaces left for capitals, with printed guide letters; catchwords on every leaf
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
31 cm (4to)
Extent
[76] leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound in 18th-century mottled vellum; third and fifth of six spine compartments stained blue; gilt floral spine ornaments; gold-stamped spine title "Sallust Opera. Venetii 1474." Paper label affixed to front pastedown lists contents, and notes binder's error in placing Catiline's reply to Cicero at the end. Bookplate of John Scott of Halkshill, Ayrshire on front pastedown, featuring figure of a stag, motto "Amo," and monogram ""JYS" [?]. A note in pencil indicates that his book was subsequently sold at the sale of the Halkskill library by Sotheby's in April 1905 (Lot 2073). Ownership inscription in pencil, "Sir William Forbes," possibly the 9th Baronet of the Forbes family of Pitsligo, on front endleaf. Purchase, Laurence Witten, 1984.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)79823810
  • ucoclc79823810

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