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Seuerini Boetii De philosophiae consolatione ;, eiusdem De scholastica disciplina, qui alii quoque autori à non nullis adscribitur

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Seuerini Boetii De philosophiae consolatione ;
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Seuerini Boetii De philosophiae consolatione ;
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eiusdem De scholastica disciplina, qui alii quoque autori à non nullis adscribitur
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  • Severini Boetii De philosophiae consolatione
  • De philosophiae consolatione
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  • no. 43
  • pt. 2, p. 47
  • p. xxxvii, no. 43
  • B-2287
  • p. 114
  • I:1034
Citation source
  • Decia et al. I Giunti tipografi editori di Firenze
  • Bandini, A.M. De Florentina Iuntarum typographia
  • Rénouard, A.A. Annales de l'imprimerie des Alde (3. éd.)
  • Adams
  • BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
  • Brunet
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Seuerini Boetii De philosophiae consolatione ;, eiusdem De scholastica disciplina, qui alii quoque autori à non nullis adscribitur
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  • Second Giunta ed. of Boethius' De consolatione philosophiae, but the first to include the apochryphal "De scholastica disciplina."
  • "De scholastica disciplina" is an apocryphal work, falsely attributed to Boethius; cf. Decia
  • Edited by Nicolaus Crescius
  • Includes Crescius' preface, addressed to Antonio Lanfredino
  • Signatures: a-k8
  • Woodcuts: large white floriated, and smaller white strapwork initials
  • Printed in small italic type; some spaces left for capitals, with guide letters
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17 cm (8vo)
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80 leaves
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  • Spec. Coll. copy (with call no. B659.C7 1513): bound in early 18th-century English red morocco, panelled in gilt; inner gilt rolled border of fleur-de-lys and floral ornaments; elaborate gilt spine panels; gold-stamped spine title "Boethius Iunt. 1513; marbled endpapers; all edges gilt. Engraved armorial bookplate on front pastedown of Thomas Dampier, bishop of Ely and Rochester; and below, the bookplate of the library at Chatsworth, with shelf-mark added in pencil; ownership inscription, dated 1712, on verso of second front free endpaper of John Bridges ("J.Brigesi"), gentleman, scholar, book collector, and author of History and antiquities of Northamptonshire.
  • Spec. Coll. copy (with call no. Z233.A4 V235): bound with: Valerii Maximi dictorum et factorum memorabilium libri nouem. Venetiis : In aedib. Aldi Romani, Octobri mense MDII [1502]; and Quintus Curtius. Impressum Florentiae opera et impensa Philippi Giuntae bibliopolae florentini, anno salutis MDVII mense decembri [1507]. Bound in 16th-century red goatskin over bevelled wooden boards, panelled in blind, with triple fillet frames, and inner rolled floral border; three 4-part lozenge-shaped centerpieces, arranged vertically, with small rosette corner-pieces; blind-ruled spine panels; two pairs of brass and leather clasps and catches on fore-edges of cover, with remnants of two additional pairs on upper and lower edges; edges stained pale yellow; front and back pastedowns are vellum leaves from a 14th-century Italian ms. in Latin, in brown and red ink. Ownership inscription on t.p., "Philippi Baldachini coritani a Dni. MDXVj die xxj ianuarij," of Filippo Baldachino of Cortona, author of Predica damore (Florence 1510), and Fortuna (Perugia 1526); bookplate of Templeton Crocker on front free endpaper. Formerly laid in: letter from E. Gordon Duff regarding this volume, addressed "Dear Sir," and dated May 18, 1924; now in Collection 100/186. In modern mustard brown cloth phase box, in matching mustard brown marbled paper and vellum slipcase, with gold-stamped spine title "Valerius Maximus. Aldus."
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  • (OCoLC)04979320
  • ucoclc4979320
Label
Seuerini Boetii De philosophiae consolatione ;, eiusdem De scholastica disciplina, qui alii quoque autori à non nullis adscribitur
Publication
Note
  • Second Giunta ed. of Boethius' De consolatione philosophiae, but the first to include the apochryphal "De scholastica disciplina."
  • "De scholastica disciplina" is an apocryphal work, falsely attributed to Boethius; cf. Decia
  • Edited by Nicolaus Crescius
  • Includes Crescius' preface, addressed to Antonio Lanfredino
  • Signatures: a-k8
  • Woodcuts: large white floriated, and smaller white strapwork initials
  • Printed in small italic type; some spaces left for capitals, with guide letters
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
80 leaves
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy (with call no. B659.C7 1513): bound in early 18th-century English red morocco, panelled in gilt; inner gilt rolled border of fleur-de-lys and floral ornaments; elaborate gilt spine panels; gold-stamped spine title "Boethius Iunt. 1513; marbled endpapers; all edges gilt. Engraved armorial bookplate on front pastedown of Thomas Dampier, bishop of Ely and Rochester; and below, the bookplate of the library at Chatsworth, with shelf-mark added in pencil; ownership inscription, dated 1712, on verso of second front free endpaper of John Bridges ("J.Brigesi"), gentleman, scholar, book collector, and author of History and antiquities of Northamptonshire.
  • Spec. Coll. copy (with call no. Z233.A4 V235): bound with: Valerii Maximi dictorum et factorum memorabilium libri nouem. Venetiis : In aedib. Aldi Romani, Octobri mense MDII [1502]; and Quintus Curtius. Impressum Florentiae opera et impensa Philippi Giuntae bibliopolae florentini, anno salutis MDVII mense decembri [1507]. Bound in 16th-century red goatskin over bevelled wooden boards, panelled in blind, with triple fillet frames, and inner rolled floral border; three 4-part lozenge-shaped centerpieces, arranged vertically, with small rosette corner-pieces; blind-ruled spine panels; two pairs of brass and leather clasps and catches on fore-edges of cover, with remnants of two additional pairs on upper and lower edges; edges stained pale yellow; front and back pastedowns are vellum leaves from a 14th-century Italian ms. in Latin, in brown and red ink. Ownership inscription on t.p., "Philippi Baldachini coritani a Dni. MDXVj die xxj ianuarij," of Filippo Baldachino of Cortona, author of Predica damore (Florence 1510), and Fortuna (Perugia 1526); bookplate of Templeton Crocker on front free endpaper. Formerly laid in: letter from E. Gordon Duff regarding this volume, addressed "Dear Sir," and dated May 18, 1924; now in Collection 100/186. In modern mustard brown cloth phase box, in matching mustard brown marbled paper and vellum slipcase, with gold-stamped spine title "Valerius Maximus. Aldus."
System control number
  • (OCoLC)04979320
  • ucoclc4979320

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