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The Resource Tullius De officiis, De amicitia, De senectute nec non Paradoxa eiusdem : opus Benedicti Brugnoli studio emaculatum additis graecis quae deera[n]t cum interpraetatio[n]e super Officijs Petri Marsi Francisci Maturantij nec no Iodoci Badij Ascenscij : In amicitia vero Omniboni eiusdemq[ue] Ascensij. Martiniq[ue] Philetici [et] Ascenscii In senectute : adiunctis praeterea come[n]tariis eiusde[m] Francisci Omniboni Ascensiiq[ue] in vltimu[m] Paradoxon : quod latinorum nulius ad haec vsq[ue] te[m]pora ausus est enucleare : nec non castigatissima tabula quae o[mn]ia necessaria vocabula o[mn]es historias aliaq[ue] complura notatione digna recto ordine signat : cum gratia [et] priuilegio

Tullius De officiis, De amicitia, De senectute nec non Paradoxa eiusdem : opus Benedicti Brugnoli studio emaculatum additis graecis quae deera[n]t cum interpraetatio[n]e super Officijs Petri Marsi Francisci Maturantij nec no Iodoci Badij Ascenscij : In amicitia vero Omniboni eiusdemq[ue] Ascensij. Martiniq[ue] Philetici [et] Ascenscii In senectute : adiunctis praeterea come[n]tariis eiusde[m] Francisci Omniboni Ascensiiq[ue] in vltimu[m] Paradoxon : quod latinorum nulius ad haec vsq[ue] te[m]pora ausus est enucleare : nec non castigatissima tabula quae o[mn]ia necessaria vocabula o[mn]es historias aliaq[ue] complura notatione digna recto ordine signat : cum gratia [et] priuilegio

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Tullius De officiis, De amicitia, De senectute nec non Paradoxa eiusdem : opus Benedicti Brugnoli studio emaculatum additis graecis quae deera[n]t cum interpraetatio[n]e super Officijs Petri Marsi Francisci Maturantij nec no Iodoci Badij Ascenscij : In amicitia vero Omniboni eiusdemq[ue] Ascensij. Martiniq[ue] Philetici [et] Ascenscii In senectute : adiunctis praeterea come[n]tariis eiusde[m] Francisci Omniboni Ascensiiq[ue] in vltimu[m] Paradoxon : quod latinorum nulius ad haec vsq[ue] te[m]pora ausus est enucleare : nec non castigatissima tabula quae o[mn]ia necessaria vocabula o[mn]es historias aliaq[ue] complura notatione digna recto ordine signat : cum gratia [et] priuilegio
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Tullius De officiis, De amicitia, De senectute nec non Paradoxa eiusdem
Title remainder
opus Benedicti Brugnoli studio emaculatum additis graecis quae deera[n]t cum interpraetatio[n]e super Officijs Petri Marsi Francisci Maturantij nec no Iodoci Badij Ascenscij : In amicitia vero Omniboni eiusdemq[ue] Ascensij. Martiniq[ue] Philetici [et] Ascenscii In senectute : adiunctis praeterea come[n]tariis eiusde[m] Francisci Omniboni Ascensiiq[ue] in vltimu[m] Paradoxon : quod latinorum nulius ad haec vsq[ue] te[m]pora ausus est enucleare : nec non castigatissima tabula quae o[mn]ia necessaria vocabula o[mn]es historias aliaq[ue] complura notatione digna recto ordine signat : cum gratia [et] priuilegio
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De officiis, De amicitia, De senectute nec non Paradoxa eiusdem
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lat
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YUS
Citation location within source
  • no. 12
  • 1969
  • CNCE 12191
  • 109:452
  • no. 145
Citation source
  • Essling, V.M. Livres à figures vénitiens de la fin du XVe siècle et du commencement du XVIe
  • Sander, M. Livre à figures italien depuis 1467 jusqu'à 1530
  • EDIT 16
  • National union catalog, pre-1956 imprints
  • Sotheby's (Firm). George Abrams collection
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illustrations
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index present
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non fiction
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Tullius De officiis, De amicitia, De senectute nec non Paradoxa eiusdem : opus Benedicti Brugnoli studio emaculatum additis graecis quae deera[n]t cum interpraetatio[n]e super Officijs Petri Marsi Francisci Maturantij nec no Iodoci Badij Ascenscij : In amicitia vero Omniboni eiusdemq[ue] Ascensij. Martiniq[ue] Philetici [et] Ascenscii In senectute : adiunctis praeterea come[n]tariis eiusde[m] Francisci Omniboni Ascensiiq[ue] in vltimu[m] Paradoxon : quod latinorum nulius ad haec vsq[ue] te[m]pora ausus est enucleare : nec non castigatissima tabula quae o[mn]ia necessaria vocabula o[mn]es historias aliaq[ue] complura notatione digna recto ordine signat : cum gratia [et] priuilegio
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  • Imprint from colophon
  • Signatures: 2a6 2b4 A-Y8 Z6 2A-2I8
  • Last leaf (2I8) is blank
  • Woodcuts: title within ornamental woodcut border featuring dolphins, flowers, and acanthus leaves; large and small white-on-black pictorial initials; texts illustrated with 41 woodcut vignettes
  • Title page printed in red and black in gothic type; Cicero's text printed in large roman type, surrounded on three sides by commentary in smaller roman type; marginal notes and names of commentators in small roman type
  • Includes index
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
33 cm (folio)
Extent
[10], 253, [1] leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound with: Apuleius cum commento Beroaldi [et] figuris nouiter additis. Venetiis: In aedibus Ioannis Tacuini de Tridino impressum, inclyto Lauredano Principe, anno Domini M.D.XVI.XII Kalen. Iunii [21 May 1516]. Bound in contemporary German blind-tooled half pigskin over bevelled wooden boards; two leather and metal clasps and catches along fore-edges. Ownership inscription on front endleaf of Dr. G[eorg] H[einrich] Moser, rector of the Gymnasium zu Ulm, dated 1836; bookplate on front pastedown of George Abrams. Many early manuscript notes in margins and text and inside upper cover and on endleaves, including some in the hand of Dr. Moser. Ownership stamp of the Royal Seminary or Stift at Tübingen on title page ("Semin. reg. Tübiing."). In modern tan leather and beige cloth clamshell case; gold-stamped spine title "Cicero 1514. Apuleius 1516." Purchased for Library Special Collections at Sotheby's London by Martin Breslauer, Inc., Nov. 16-17, 1989.
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illustrations (woodcuts)
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  • (OCoLC)41742778
  • ucoclc41742778
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Tullius De officiis, De amicitia, De senectute nec non Paradoxa eiusdem : opus Benedicti Brugnoli studio emaculatum additis graecis quae deera[n]t cum interpraetatio[n]e super Officijs Petri Marsi Francisci Maturantij nec no Iodoci Badij Ascenscij : In amicitia vero Omniboni eiusdemq[ue] Ascensij. Martiniq[ue] Philetici [et] Ascenscii In senectute : adiunctis praeterea come[n]tariis eiusde[m] Francisci Omniboni Ascensiiq[ue] in vltimu[m] Paradoxon : quod latinorum nulius ad haec vsq[ue] te[m]pora ausus est enucleare : nec non castigatissima tabula quae o[mn]ia necessaria vocabula o[mn]es historias aliaq[ue] complura notatione digna recto ordine signat : cum gratia [et] priuilegio
Publication
Note
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Signatures: 2a6 2b4 A-Y8 Z6 2A-2I8
  • Last leaf (2I8) is blank
  • Woodcuts: title within ornamental woodcut border featuring dolphins, flowers, and acanthus leaves; large and small white-on-black pictorial initials; texts illustrated with 41 woodcut vignettes
  • Title page printed in red and black in gothic type; Cicero's text printed in large roman type, surrounded on three sides by commentary in smaller roman type; marginal notes and names of commentators in small roman type
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
33 cm (folio)
Extent
[10], 253, [1] leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: bound with: Apuleius cum commento Beroaldi [et] figuris nouiter additis. Venetiis: In aedibus Ioannis Tacuini de Tridino impressum, inclyto Lauredano Principe, anno Domini M.D.XVI.XII Kalen. Iunii [21 May 1516]. Bound in contemporary German blind-tooled half pigskin over bevelled wooden boards; two leather and metal clasps and catches along fore-edges. Ownership inscription on front endleaf of Dr. G[eorg] H[einrich] Moser, rector of the Gymnasium zu Ulm, dated 1836; bookplate on front pastedown of George Abrams. Many early manuscript notes in margins and text and inside upper cover and on endleaves, including some in the hand of Dr. Moser. Ownership stamp of the Royal Seminary or Stift at Tübingen on title page ("Semin. reg. Tübiing."). In modern tan leather and beige cloth clamshell case; gold-stamped spine title "Cicero 1514. Apuleius 1516." Purchased for Library Special Collections at Sotheby's London by Martin Breslauer, Inc., Nov. 16-17, 1989.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)41742778
  • ucoclc41742778

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