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The Resource Vrbani grammaticae institutiones, Gracae : nunc denuo summa di ligentia excussae, & à mendis hactenus minus obseruatus uindicatae : adh[a]ec quid operae (praeter sufficientem principalium locorum nunc additum indicem) expectabis, epistola subsequenti reperies

Vrbani grammaticae institutiones, Gracae : nunc denuo summa di ligentia excussae, & à mendis hactenus minus obseruatus uindicatae : adh[a]ec quid operae (praeter sufficientem principalium locorum nunc additum indicem) expectabis, epistola subsequenti reperies

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Vrbani grammaticae institutiones, Gracae : nunc denuo summa di ligentia excussae, & à mendis hactenus minus obseruatus uindicatae : adh[a]ec quid operae (praeter sufficientem principalium locorum nunc additum indicem) expectabis, epistola subsequenti reperies
Title
Vrbani grammaticae institutiones, Gracae
Title remainder
nunc denuo summa di ligentia excussae, & à mendis hactenus minus obseruatus uindicatae : adh[a]ec quid operae (praeter sufficientem principalium locorum nunc additum indicem) expectabis, epistola subsequenti reperies
Title variation
  • Urbani grammaticae institutiones Gracae
  • Vrbani grammaticae institvtiones Gracae
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Subject
Language
  • latgrc
  • lat
Summary
First Greek grammar of the Renaissance written in Latin, compiled by the Franciscan scholar, Fra Urbano Bolzano, who had been tutor to Giovanni de' Medici (later Pope Leo X).
Member of
Cataloging source
VYS
Citation location within source
65:136
Citation source
NUC pre-1956
Index
index present
Language note
Text in Greek and Latin
LC call number
PA253
LC item number
.B6 1530
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
Bolzanio was also a distinguished scholar and close associate of Aldo Manuzio in Venice, and member of his Greek academy. Bolzanio introduced his nephew, the poet and humanist Pierio Valeriano, to Aldo's circle in Venice in 1493
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Vrbani grammaticae institutiones, Gracae : nunc denuo summa di ligentia excussae, & à mendis hactenus minus obseruatus uindicatae : adh[a]ec quid operae (praeter sufficientem principalium locorum nunc additum indicem) expectabis, epistola subsequenti reperies
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Publication
Note
  • Reprint of the first ed. of "Institutiones Graecae Grammatices" printed by Aldo Manuzio in Venice in 1497
  • Signatures: a-z4 A-2I4
  • Woodcuts: small printer's device of Valentin Curio on t.p. (bird's-eye view of a hand holding a pen over a sheet of paper on a writing desk, with inkwell); large version of the device on verso of last leaf (same hand holding a pen, now within a large architectural framework featuring putti, cherubs, flowers, and leafy swags, the printer's name "Valentinus Curio" inscribed in the arch above); historiated white initials
  • Printed in roman and Greek types; printed marginal notes
  • Includes index
  • This ed. not in Adams or BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
Dimensions
20 cm (4to)
Extent
[4], 215, [1] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy bound with: Emmanuelis Aluari e Societate Iesu, De institutione grammatica libri tres. Venetiis : Apud Iacobum Vitalem, MDLXXV. Bound in old stiff vellum; ms. shelf-mark on verso of front endpaper; monastic ownership inscription on t.p. of the Collegio San Maiolo in Pavia ("Collegii Sancti Maioli Papiae). Purchase, Pietro Rambaldi, 1999/2000.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)09499150
  • ucoclc9499150
Label
Vrbani grammaticae institutiones, Gracae : nunc denuo summa di ligentia excussae, & à mendis hactenus minus obseruatus uindicatae : adh[a]ec quid operae (praeter sufficientem principalium locorum nunc additum indicem) expectabis, epistola subsequenti reperies
Publication
Note
  • Reprint of the first ed. of "Institutiones Graecae Grammatices" printed by Aldo Manuzio in Venice in 1497
  • Signatures: a-z4 A-2I4
  • Woodcuts: small printer's device of Valentin Curio on t.p. (bird's-eye view of a hand holding a pen over a sheet of paper on a writing desk, with inkwell); large version of the device on verso of last leaf (same hand holding a pen, now within a large architectural framework featuring putti, cherubs, flowers, and leafy swags, the printer's name "Valentinus Curio" inscribed in the arch above); historiated white initials
  • Printed in roman and Greek types; printed marginal notes
  • Includes index
  • This ed. not in Adams or BM STC Italian, 1465-1600
Dimensions
20 cm (4to)
Extent
[4], 215, [1] leaves
Note
Spec. Coll. copy bound with: Emmanuelis Aluari e Societate Iesu, De institutione grammatica libri tres. Venetiis : Apud Iacobum Vitalem, MDLXXV. Bound in old stiff vellum; ms. shelf-mark on verso of front endpaper; monastic ownership inscription on t.p. of the Collegio San Maiolo in Pavia ("Collegii Sancti Maioli Papiae). Purchase, Pietro Rambaldi, 1999/2000.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)09499150
  • ucoclc9499150

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