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The Resource P. Virgilii Maronis poetae Mantuani uniuersum poema, cum absoluta Seruii Honorati Mauri, grammatici, & Badij Ascensij interpretatione, Probi & Ioannis Viuis in eclogas allegorijs ; quibus accesserunt Ludouici Coelii Rhodigini, Ioan. Scoppae Parthenopaei, Iacobi Constantij Fanensis, Francisci Campani Colensis, Iacobi Crucij Bonon. necnon alterius docti hominis lucubrationes & annotationes in loca difficiliora ; elegantissimae praeterea librorum omnium figurae, argumenta, lectionum denique varietates, quas & Ioannes Pierius, & alij doctissimi viri hactenus obseruarunt ; quae non, ut antea, plurimis foedata mendis, sed acri studio emendata, atq[ue] omni quantum licuit, ex parte expolita, emisimus quod alios libros cum nostro conferentibus patebit

P. Virgilii Maronis poetae Mantuani uniuersum poema, cum absoluta Seruii Honorati Mauri, grammatici, & Badij Ascensij interpretatione, Probi & Ioannis Viuis in eclogas allegorijs ; quibus accesserunt Ludouici Coelii Rhodigini, Ioan. Scoppae Parthenopaei, Iacobi Constantij Fanensis, Francisci Campani Colensis, Iacobi Crucij Bonon. necnon alterius docti hominis lucubrationes & annotationes in loca difficiliora ; elegantissimae praeterea librorum omnium figurae, argumenta, lectionum denique varietates, quas & Ioannes Pierius, & alij doctissimi viri hactenus obseruarunt ; quae non, ut antea, plurimis foedata mendis, sed acri studio emendata, atq[ue] omni quantum licuit, ex parte expolita, emisimus quod alios libros cum nostro conferentibus patebit

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P. Virgilii Maronis poetae Mantuani uniuersum poema
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P. Virgilii Maronis poetae Mantuani uniuersum poema
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cum absoluta Seruii Honorati Mauri, grammatici, & Badij Ascensij interpretatione, Probi & Ioannis Viuis in eclogas allegorijs ; quibus accesserunt Ludouici Coelii Rhodigini, Ioan. Scoppae Parthenopaei, Iacobi Constantij Fanensis, Francisci Campani Colensis, Iacobi Crucij Bonon. necnon alterius docti hominis lucubrationes & annotationes in loca difficiliora ; elegantissimae praeterea librorum omnium figurae, argumenta, lectionum denique varietates, quas & Ioannes Pierius, & alij doctissimi viri hactenus obseruarunt ; quae non, ut antea, plurimis foedata mendis, sed acri studio emendata, atq[ue] omni quantum licuit, ex parte expolita, emisimus quod alios libros cum nostro conferentibus patebit
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P. Virgilii Maronis poetae Mantuani Vniuersum poema
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Writer of added commentary
Language
lat
Summary
Illustrated edition of Virgil's works with extensive commentaries from various sources, including Badius Ascensius, Servius, Probus, Vives, and others
Member of
Cataloging source
IXA
Citation location within source
  • CNCE 64980
  • III:383-384
Citation source
  • EDIT 16
  • Renouard, A.A. Bibliographie des impressions et des oeuvres de Josse Badius Ascensius
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
PA6801
LC item number
.A2 1586
Literary form
non fiction
Label
P. Virgilii Maronis poetae Mantuani uniuersum poema, cum absoluta Seruii Honorati Mauri, grammatici, & Badij Ascensij interpretatione, Probi & Ioannis Viuis in eclogas allegorijs ; quibus accesserunt Ludouici Coelii Rhodigini, Ioan. Scoppae Parthenopaei, Iacobi Constantij Fanensis, Francisci Campani Colensis, Iacobi Crucij Bonon. necnon alterius docti hominis lucubrationes & annotationes in loca difficiliora ; elegantissimae praeterea librorum omnium figurae, argumenta, lectionum denique varietates, quas & Ioannes Pierius, & alij doctissimi viri hactenus obseruarunt ; quae non, ut antea, plurimis foedata mendis, sed acri studio emendata, atq[ue] omni quantum licuit, ex parte expolita, emisimus quod alios libros cum nostro conferentibus patebit
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Publication
Note
  • Imprint date of 1585 supplied in colophon, which reads: "Venetiis, M D LXXXV [1585]."
  • Signatures: [dagger]4 a-z8 A-2A8 2B-2C6
  • Numerous errors in foliation, including the final leaf misnumbered as 389
  • Last leaf (2C6) is blank
  • Woodcuts: Dusinelli's device on title page, featuring female figure of Fortune holding aloft a sail filled with wind, accompanied by Mercury to her right, holding a caduceus, with motto, "In dies arte ac fortuna"); small woodcut vignette at the beginning of each book; ornamental initials
  • Virgil's text printed in large roman type in center of page, surrounded by commentary in smaller roman type; in two columns
  • This edition not in: Short-title catalogue of books printed in Italy and of Italian books printed in other countries from 1465 to 1600 now in the British Museum; or Adams, H.M. Catalogue of books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501-1600, in Cambridge libraries
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
32 cm (folio)
Extent
[4], 389 [that is, 388] leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Bound in old cracked vellum boards; three raised sewing bands on spine; old manuscript spine title "Virgilius cum com[m]ent. Seruii. Venetiis 1586." Ownership inscriptions on front endleaf of Raffaele Crispolti of Perugia ("Rafaelis Crispolti Perusini") in a 17th or early 18th century-hand [?]; and Gustave Juergens of Naples ("Dr. G. Juergens 1878 Neapoli"), with his acquisition note ("nunc vero Gustavi Juergens Germani qui emit Neapoli 4 libris...a[nn]o MDCCCLXXVIII"). In modern tan leather and beige cloth clamshell case; gold-stamped spine title "Virgil. Universum Poemum." Purchase, D & E Lake, 1992.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)13555985
  • ucoclc13555985
Label
P. Virgilii Maronis poetae Mantuani uniuersum poema, cum absoluta Seruii Honorati Mauri, grammatici, & Badij Ascensij interpretatione, Probi & Ioannis Viuis in eclogas allegorijs ; quibus accesserunt Ludouici Coelii Rhodigini, Ioan. Scoppae Parthenopaei, Iacobi Constantij Fanensis, Francisci Campani Colensis, Iacobi Crucij Bonon. necnon alterius docti hominis lucubrationes & annotationes in loca difficiliora ; elegantissimae praeterea librorum omnium figurae, argumenta, lectionum denique varietates, quas & Ioannes Pierius, & alij doctissimi viri hactenus obseruarunt ; quae non, ut antea, plurimis foedata mendis, sed acri studio emendata, atq[ue] omni quantum licuit, ex parte expolita, emisimus quod alios libros cum nostro conferentibus patebit
Publication
Note
  • Imprint date of 1585 supplied in colophon, which reads: "Venetiis, M D LXXXV [1585]."
  • Signatures: [dagger]4 a-z8 A-2A8 2B-2C6
  • Numerous errors in foliation, including the final leaf misnumbered as 389
  • Last leaf (2C6) is blank
  • Woodcuts: Dusinelli's device on title page, featuring female figure of Fortune holding aloft a sail filled with wind, accompanied by Mercury to her right, holding a caduceus, with motto, "In dies arte ac fortuna"); small woodcut vignette at the beginning of each book; ornamental initials
  • Virgil's text printed in large roman type in center of page, surrounded by commentary in smaller roman type; in two columns
  • This edition not in: Short-title catalogue of books printed in Italy and of Italian books printed in other countries from 1465 to 1600 now in the British Museum; or Adams, H.M. Catalogue of books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501-1600, in Cambridge libraries
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
32 cm (folio)
Extent
[4], 389 [that is, 388] leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Bound in old cracked vellum boards; three raised sewing bands on spine; old manuscript spine title "Virgilius cum com[m]ent. Seruii. Venetiis 1586." Ownership inscriptions on front endleaf of Raffaele Crispolti of Perugia ("Rafaelis Crispolti Perusini") in a 17th or early 18th century-hand [?]; and Gustave Juergens of Naples ("Dr. G. Juergens 1878 Neapoli"), with his acquisition note ("nunc vero Gustavi Juergens Germani qui emit Neapoli 4 libris...a[nn]o MDCCCLXXVIII"). In modern tan leather and beige cloth clamshell case; gold-stamped spine title "Virgil. Universum Poemum." Purchase, D & E Lake, 1992.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)13555985
  • ucoclc13555985

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