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P. Francisci Spinulae Mediolanensis opera

Label
P. Francisci Spinulae Mediolanensis opera
Title
P. Francisci Spinulae Mediolanensis opera
Title variation
Opera
Creator
Contributor
Former owner
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Summary
Collected neo-Latin verse of the Milanese writer Publio Francesco Spinola, who spent most of his life in Venice and Padua, but clearly kept links with his native city, addressing a large number of the poems to Milanese nobles, as well as to other friends such as Paolo Manuzio, Falloppio, and other men of medicine
Member of
Cataloging source
STF
Citation location within source
  • S-1603
  • v. 562, p. 141
Citation source
  • Adams
  • NUC pre-1956
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
P. Francisci Spinulae Mediolanensis opera
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Each part has special t.p., and separate pagination and signatures. The Elegorum libri X is divided into two parts with separate titles: Elegorum de uariis argumentis libri quatuor (pt. 5); and De Porcia vicecomite suaq́[ue] Delia libri sex (pt. 6)
  • Pagination: pt. 1 (Poematon): [6], 42 p.; pt. 2 (Carminum): [8], 103, [1] p.; pt. 3 (Epodon): [12], 67, [1] p.; pt. 4 (Carmen seculare): [6], 42 p.; pt. 5 (Elegorum): [8], 54, [2] p.; pt. 6 (De Porcia): [6], 58 p.; pt. 7 (Hendecasyllaborum liber): [8], 55, [1] p.; pt. 8 (Epigrammaton): [16], 96 p
  • Signatures: pt. 1(Poematon): A-C8; pt. 2 (Carminum): A-G8; pt. 3 (Epodon): A-E8; pt. 4 (Carmen seculare): A-C8; pt. 5 (Elegorum): A-D8; pt. 6 (De Porcia): A-D8; pt. 7 (Hendecasyllaborum liber): A-D8; pt. 8 (Epigrammaton): A-G8
  • "Elegorum libri X" is divided into two sections: "Elegorum de uariis argumentis libri quatuor" and "De Porcia vicecomite libri sex."
  • Woodcuts: printer's device on each special t.p. (Ziletti's comet device, with motto "Inter omnes"); historiated and ornamental initials
  • Poems printed in italic type
  • Parts 2 and 3 are imitations of Horace; part 7 is imitation of Catullus
  • Errata (for all parts): p. [1] at end of pt. 5, Elegorum de uariis argumentis libri quatuor
Contents
Poematon libri III -- Carminum libri quatuor quibus Q. Horatii Flacci & ordinem & uarietatem penitus imitatur -- Epodon liber quo Q. Horatii Flacci carminum uarietatem imitatur -- Carminum secularium cum aliquot poematibus additis -- Elegorum de uariis argumentis libri quatuor -- De Porcia vicecomite, suaq[ue] Delia libri sex -- Hendecasyllaborum liber, quo numeros Catulli uniuersos imitatur -- Epigrammaton libri tres
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Extent
1 v. (7 pts. in 8)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary limp vellum binding. Presentation inscription on t.p. of Joachim Flemingus to Joachim Schöpper, dated Jan. 1, 1637; ownership inkstamps of Ecole de Theologie of the Dominicans of Toulouse; and the library of the Convent of S. Mary Magdelene in Saint-Maximin (France). Purchase, Diana Parikian, 1992.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)38659885
  • ucoclc38659885
Label
P. Francisci Spinulae Mediolanensis opera
Publication
Note
  • Each part has special t.p., and separate pagination and signatures. The Elegorum libri X is divided into two parts with separate titles: Elegorum de uariis argumentis libri quatuor (pt. 5); and De Porcia vicecomite suaq́[ue] Delia libri sex (pt. 6)
  • Pagination: pt. 1 (Poematon): [6], 42 p.; pt. 2 (Carminum): [8], 103, [1] p.; pt. 3 (Epodon): [12], 67, [1] p.; pt. 4 (Carmen seculare): [6], 42 p.; pt. 5 (Elegorum): [8], 54, [2] p.; pt. 6 (De Porcia): [6], 58 p.; pt. 7 (Hendecasyllaborum liber): [8], 55, [1] p.; pt. 8 (Epigrammaton): [16], 96 p
  • Signatures: pt. 1(Poematon): A-C8; pt. 2 (Carminum): A-G8; pt. 3 (Epodon): A-E8; pt. 4 (Carmen seculare): A-C8; pt. 5 (Elegorum): A-D8; pt. 6 (De Porcia): A-D8; pt. 7 (Hendecasyllaborum liber): A-D8; pt. 8 (Epigrammaton): A-G8
  • "Elegorum libri X" is divided into two sections: "Elegorum de uariis argumentis libri quatuor" and "De Porcia vicecomite libri sex."
  • Woodcuts: printer's device on each special t.p. (Ziletti's comet device, with motto "Inter omnes"); historiated and ornamental initials
  • Poems printed in italic type
  • Parts 2 and 3 are imitations of Horace; part 7 is imitation of Catullus
  • Errata (for all parts): p. [1] at end of pt. 5, Elegorum de uariis argumentis libri quatuor
Contents
Poematon libri III -- Carminum libri quatuor quibus Q. Horatii Flacci & ordinem & uarietatem penitus imitatur -- Epodon liber quo Q. Horatii Flacci carminum uarietatem imitatur -- Carminum secularium cum aliquot poematibus additis -- Elegorum de uariis argumentis libri quatuor -- De Porcia vicecomite, suaq[ue] Delia libri sex -- Hendecasyllaborum liber, quo numeros Catulli uniuersos imitatur -- Epigrammaton libri tres
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Extent
1 v. (7 pts. in 8)
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: contemporary limp vellum binding. Presentation inscription on t.p. of Joachim Flemingus to Joachim Schöpper, dated Jan. 1, 1637; ownership inkstamps of Ecole de Theologie of the Dominicans of Toulouse; and the library of the Convent of S. Mary Magdelene in Saint-Maximin (France). Purchase, Diana Parikian, 1992.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)38659885
  • ucoclc38659885

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