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ARISTOPHANES.

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Item Description: Venice, Apud Aldum, 1498 EDITIO PRINCEPS. Folio. 346 unnumbered leaves, lacking two blanks. Text in Aldus' large Greek type 146, 41 lines of scholia surrounding in smaller (type114), Aldus' preface in Roman. Woodcut strap-work initials in two sizes and headpieces. Early Greek marginalia in brown ink mostly to first quarter of volume. Title page very slightly soiled and strengthened at gutter, two leaves slightly browned (probably damp at printing), couple of minor marginal tears, last leaf with small old marginal repairs, strengthened at gutter, slightly soiled on verso. A very good copy, crisp, clean and well margined in C17 vellum over boards C18 mottling, gilt red morocco labels and gilt thistle motif on spine, C19 ms. bibl. notes on front pastedown, Walter Hirst's charming bookplate and Sir Thomas Philip's pencilled shelf mark beneath, earlier ink lettering (press mark?) on rear pastedown, Quaritch pencil note beneath. A very handsome copy of the beautiful first printed edition of Aristophanes comprising the first nine plays (10 & 11 were not published till 1525) and one of the chef d'oeuvres of Aldus' early Greek press. The editor was Marcus Musurus, the celebrated Greek humanist, who also contributed an excellent preface on the reasons for studying Greek and the stylistic beauty of Aristophanes. Aldus founded his career on the publication of Greek texts - the first printer to do so - with this type designed and cast on new principles which he perfected over a period of five years. To his scholarly care we owe more of the editiones principes of the major Greek classics than to any other printer and the Aristophanes, texturally and artistically, was one of his finest achievements. Aristophanes was the greatest of the Athenian comic dramatists and one of her greatest poets. For richness and fertility of imagination probably only Shakespeare is comparable and Aristophanes' direct influence on English literature was considerable; the comedies of Jonson, Middleton and Fielding derive from him. Apart from constituting one of the surviving glories of hellenic culture Aristophanes' comedies are an invaluable source for its social history. His surviving plays - out of a probable forty or fifty - provide us with an accurate if satirical commentary on the political, religious, sexual, economical and domestic life of Athens over a period of thirty six years. His changes in style and content match the concurrent constitutional and social changes in the State itself. The plays' themes are invariably contemporary, a mocking mirror to the condition of the city. This edition has the benefit of the scholia of Thomas Magister, John Tzetzes and Demetrius Triclinus themselves incorporating much of the more ancient commentaries of Appolonius, Callimaches, Didymus and others, which were superseded in later editions by much newer but also much inferior work."Premire et belle Ždition . Les Scolies . sont dans cette importante et belle Ždition imprimŽes bien plus correctement que dans la reimpression faite ˆ Florence 1525" Renouard, 16:3."Premiere Ždition belle et rare" Brunet I 451. BMC V 559. GW, 2333. Goff, A-958. Sander I 580. Essling I 2,2 1163.L1201. Bookseller Inventory # 16152

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PICASSO, PABLO]. Aristophanes.

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Item Description: New York Limited Editions Club 1934, 1934. Quarto. 117pp. One of 1,500 copies on French Rives and signed by Picasso. Illustrated with six original etchings in black, one of which is signed in the plate and dated in reverse, and thirty lithographs printed in sanguine after drawings. This is the only American publication with original Picasso etchings, which are "among his most important in the Classical style," according to The Artist and the Book. However experimental and avant-garde he may have been throughout his life, the Lysistrata marks a clear retrogression to the artist's earlier classicist mode, an appropriate follow-up to his acclaimed Les Métamorphoses and fitting for the classical nature of this book. The Limited Editions Club printed the volume at their own printing shop in Westport, Connecticut. The book was designed by the Club's publisher, George Macy, who had eagerly anticipated the book's production and praised Picasso's hand as "sure and confident," noting that the beauty of the etchings lay in their simplicity. A fine, bright copy in boards covered with patterned paper in three colors from drawings by Picasso. Wrapped in the original glassine, which is still crisp overall, save for slight edgewear. Housed in a chemise of blue boards and patterned paper, which is sunned to the spine, and the original slipcase, which shows some wear to the corners and has a slight split starting to one corner. (The Artist and The Book 226; Cramer 24; LEC 57). Bookseller Inventory # 25141

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PICASSO, Pablo) ARISTOPHANES

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Item Description: Limited Editions Club, New York, 1934. Hardcover. Tall thin quarto (9-1/2" x 11-3/4") bound in pattern paper boards in three colors designed after Picasso's drawings. Introduction and translation by Gilbert Seldes. Illustrated by Pablo Picasso including 30 sepia-tinted lithographs after drawings and 6 ORIGINAL ETCHINGS printed by hand. Copy #1045 of 1500 SIGNED in pencil by the artist on the colophon page. ARTIST AND THE BOOK 226: "the only American publication with original Picasso etchings, which are among his most important in the classical style." Covers are very bright with a slight bump to the top of the spine at the front. The backstrip of the chemise is sunned, as often the case, and the slipcase has slight wear at the top of the back edge. A beautiful, close to Fine copy in like chemise and slipcase. Bookseller Inventory # 017567

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Item Description: 0. Eines von 120 Exemplaren mit 12 signierten Orig.-Radierungen von Oskar Kokoschka. Der Druckvermerk zusätzlich vom Künstler monogrammiert und von G. de Beauclair signiert. Tadellos erhalten. - Wingler/Welz 437-448. - Tiessen III,23. - Gotthard de Beauclair Leben und Werk 46. Bookseller Inventory # 3257AB

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PICASSO] ARISTOPHANES.

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Item Description: New York: Limited Editions Club, 1934, 1934. First Edition with these illustrations by Picasso, consisting of numerous drawings in the text and six original etchings. One of 1500 numbered copies signed by the artist. A fine copy in the original glassine dust jacket (slightly worn and chipped); in the publisherÕs cardboard slipcase and chemise (some cracking and fading; very good). Bookseller Inventory # 31451

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ARISTOPHANES

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Item Description: Limited Editions Club, New York, 1934. Boards. Book Condition: Fine. Pablo Picasso (illustrator). 1st of This Edition. Beige boards decorated in blue red and brown with designed by Picasso. Wrapped in in blue paper board chemise, gilt lettered on the faded spine. Housed in blue paper board slipcase. Edition limited to 1500 copies signed by the illustrator. This is copy number 1331. This volume has six original etching as well as many other line drawings throughout. Includes Limited Edition Club promotional material dated June 1934. Slipcase with wear and slight staining. A fine copy lacking the glassine wrapper. Size: Quarto. Signed By the Illustrator. Bookseller Inventory # 21140

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Picasso, Pablo / Aristophanes

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Item Description: The Limited Editions Club, New York, 1934. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Signed limited edition, number 530 of 1500 copies. Signed by Pablo Picasso on the limitation page. With six original etchings and numerous line drawings in red by Picasso. Original cream boards with Picasso design. Set in Caslon types and printed on Rives paper. Tiny bump to lower spine end causing a small (4 mm) closed tear to back hinge. Faint stain on spine. Light staining to corners of endpapers. In original blue paper covered slipcase and chemise. The slipcase is remarkably firm and square without wear whatsoever. The spine of the slipcase is stained. The spine of the chemise is sunned as usually is the case. An excellent copy. Additional images on request. Signed by Illustrator(s). Bookseller Inventory # 001501

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Aristophanes

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Item Description: The Limited Editions Club, 1934. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Limited Edition. This book is in good condition. There are no signatures, bookplates, or markings of any kind in the book. The lettering to the spine is dulled. There is some light wear to the spine. The 6 Black and White etchings and all 40 line drawings are present with none missing or removed. There is some foxing. This book has new endpapers. The book comes with its original inner slipcase, the outer slipcase is missing. The inner sleeve has some fading to its spine and some light wear to the outside boards. This is the limited edition printed by The Limited Editions Club in 1934 and is #1297/1500 signed by Pablo Picasso. A rare find in any condition. Signed by Illustrator(s). Bookseller Inventory # ABE-13100403857

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Aristophanes

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ISBN 10: 0521297079 ISBN 13: 9780521297073

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Item Description: Cambridge University Press. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0521297079

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Aristophanes

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Item Description: Dodo Press. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1406509809

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Aurelius, Virgil, Epictetus,Romanorum,Anacreon, Horace,Homer,Aristophanes, Lucian,Pindar,Aristophanes.

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Item Description: Boston Nathan Haskell Dole 1904, 1904. The Adelphi Edition. Number 171 of an Edition Limited to 475 copies, printed upon French Handmade paper. Illustrated by monochrome frontispieces and elaborate border decorations to each page of text. Ten Volumes, complete as issued. Tall 8vo. 6.5"x9". Handsomely bound in gilt ruled 3/4 brown Levant Morocco and linen covered boards. Elaborate gilt tooled spine compartments with gilt scored raised bands.Gilt titles. Top Edges Gilded. Sets is comprised by-The Wisdom of Marcus Aurelius. Translated by Jeremy Collier;The Ecolgues of Vergil. Translated by Baron Bowen; Sayings of Epictetus. Translated by T.W. Rolleston; Selections from Gesta Romanorum. Translated by Rev. Charles Small; Odes of Anacreon Anacreontics and Other Selections from the Greek Anthology. Translated by n/a ;The Satires of Horace. Translated by Various Hands;The Story of Odysseus in the Land of the Phæacians, Being the Sixth and a Part of the Seventh Book of the Odyssey. Translated by Andrew Lang and Prof. Butcher; Selections from Aristophanes and Lucian. Translated by F.A. Paley; The Olympic and Pythian Odes of Pindar. Translated by Abraham Moore; Selections from the Koran of Mohammed. Translated by George Sale. Various very mild rubbing to covers.Several extremely mild chips to several caps. Small scuffs to several spines,including a short vertical streak to Koran spine. Some corners gently bumped. A gleaming, crisp and clean Fine set. Bookseller Inventory # 8838

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Item Description: 0. Eines von 80 numerierten Exemplaren mit 29 Orig.-Holzstichen von Imre Reiner. Das Impressum vom Künstler signiert. Dieses Exemplar in einem beeindruckenden Meistereinband von Roland Meuter. Tadellos erhalten. Bookseller Inventory # 3570AB

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ARISTOPHANE (Aristophanes) (445 av. J.-C.-386 av. J.-C.)

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Item Description: Venice, 1538. Couverture rigide. Book Condition: Assez bon. Edition originale. Venetiis, Apud D. Iacob a Burgofrancho Papiensem, 1538, petit in-8°, 260ff. [ A-Z8, AA-CC8, DD4, EE-KK8 ] Plein parchemin ancien rigide, trace d'écriture en pied du dos et du premier plat, dos long avec titre à la plume, petit manque en tête. Intérieur très propre. Page de titre à décor architectural et belle marque d'imprimeur in-fine. L'ouvrage est entièrement imprimé en italique, lettrines en début de chapitre, Ex-libris ancien à la plume sur la page de titre. De la bibliothèque d'Ernest Jully, avec son étiquette. Interversion des premiers feuillets dans le premier cahier, sans manque. *** Très rare et tardive première édition latine, due à Andrea Divo, rassemblant les onze Comedies d'Aristophane dans la même édition. En effet, si elles ont toutes été éditées séparément antérieurement, elles n'ont jamais été publiées sous forme d'édition collective. - Onze des quarante pièces du dramaturge de l'Ancienne Comédie Attique sont conservées : les Acharniens, les Cavaliers, les Nuées (où il se moque de Socrate), les Guêpes, la Paix, les Oiseaux (fondation de "Couville-les-Nuées", qui inspirera un court poème à Goethe), les Grenouilles (brouille entre Eschyle et Euripide), Lysistrata (où les femmes font la grève du sexe), l'Assemblée des Femmes, les Thesmophories, et Ploutos. - Brunet I, 456 ; manque à Adams et à presque toutes les grandes institutions, dont la BNF et la British Library. Bookseller Inventory # 00694

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Aristophanes

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Item Description: The Limited Editions Club, 1934. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Limited Edition. This book is in good condition. There are no signatures, bookplates, or markings of any kind in the book. There is some wear to the top and bottom of the spine. All 40 line drawings are present with none missing or removed. The 6 Black and White etchings are missing. The pages are clean and free of any foxing. The book comes with its original inner slipcase and outer slipcase. The inner sleeve is separated in three pieces (front board, rear board, and spine). The spine of the slipcase is sunned. The outer slipcase is missing the top flap and part its spine is detached. This is the limited edition printed by The Limited Editions Club in 1934 and is #1469/1500 signed by Pablo Picasso. A rare find in any condition. Signed by Illustrator(s). Bookseller Inventory # ABE-13100893308

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Aristophanes. Ludolph Kuster, ed. Isaac Casaubon, Ezechiel Spanheim, and Richard Bentley, contrib.

Published by Amsterdam: Thomas Fritsch, 1710 (1710)

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Item Description: Amsterdam: Thomas Fritsch, 1710, 1710. Book Condition: Used - Very Good. Folio. [x] xxviii 580 [text], 324 [notes] [59 index] pp. *-****4, *****2, A-Cccc4, Dddd2; A-Rr4, Ss2; a-p2. Title page in black & red with flying horse engraving. Engraved initials in first part; several delineating line ornaments throughout. Full calf, professionally rebacked with corners also repaired. Original gilt stamped ornaments on spine in 8 compartments with raised bands are nicely preserved; spine label gilt stamped. Newer leather corners. Scuffing and wear to original leather. Very little spotting to pages. Overall, a very sound copy with clean internals and wide margins. Dibdin: 'This excellent edition, emphatically called 'Editio optima,' contains for the first time, some new Scholia on the 'Lysistrata;' some notes of Isaac Casaubon on the 'Equites;' and of Spanheim and Bentley on a few other plays. [. . .] The animadversions and commentaries of many learned men adorn this edition, . . . .' (p. 299-300). Dibdin also seems to be quite taken with the life and work of Kuster. Bookseller Inventory # S23663

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Aristophanes:

Published by Ruvigliana, Reiner, (1965)

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Item Description: Ruvigliana, Reiner, 1965. 88 S., 2 Bll. Mit 29 Holzstichen von Imre Reiner Eines von 60 num. Ex. (GA 86), vom Künstler im Druckvermerk sign. Typographie von Max Caflisch, gedruckt auf kräftigem, handgeschöpftem Papier. Tadelloses Ex. im sehr seltenen Ganzledereinband. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 550 Fol., brauner OLederbd. mit goldgepr. RTitel im OPp.-Schuber. Bookseller Inventory # 12611

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ARISTOPHANES (c. 488-380 B.C.) – BIZET DE CHARLAIS, Edouard [16th cent.] and Aemilius PORTUS (1550-1614), eds.

Published by Svmptibvs Caldorianć societatis, Avrelić Allobrogvm [Geneva] (1607)

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Item Description: Svmptibvs Caldorianæ societatis, Avreliæ Allobrogvm [Geneva], 1607. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Folio (335 x 215mm). [36], 916pp., [27 of index]. Large emblematic printer’s device on title page depicting Fame amid motto "Per Orben virtute perpetua que gloria comparator," head- and tail-pieces, initials. Greek and Latin text in parallel columns. Greek title precedes Latin title. Contemporary limp vellum wrappers, (lightly foxed, otherwise clean and bright; lacking ties). First Edition. Aristophanes, was a prolific and acclaimed comic playwright in ancient Greece. A mere eleven of his fifty-four plays survive virtually complete. These comprise of "Acharnians," "Knights," "Wasps," "Peace," "Clouds," "Birds," "Lysistrata," "Frogs," "Women in Assembly," "Women at Festival," and "Plutus." These, together with fragments of some of his other plays, are published in this volume in Greek and Latin parallel texts. They provide a real example of a genre of comic drama known as "Old Comedy," and they are in fact used to define the genre. Notably, Aristophanes employed a frequent writing device; arranging the syntax so that the final word in a line comes as a comic climax. Aristophanes, also known as the "Father of Comedy" and the "Prince of Ancient Comedy," is said to recreate the life of ancient Athens more convincingly than any other author. The dual editors of this volume were known to work exclusively in classics. The more esteemed Aemilius Portus, the son of Francis Portus, had been instructed by his father in ancient languages and literature. After the death of his father, Portus left Geneva and in that same year (1581) became professor of Greek at the Academy of Lausanne. In 1592, he was invited to become chair of Greek Literature in the University of Heidelberg where he remained until his death in 1610. Interestingly, Portus included his father’s name on the title page of this volume, suggesting he had contributed to the work at some point during his lifetime. Very fine large folio compiling the works of one of the greatest comic dramatists in world literature. Ebert 1089. Bookseller Inventory # D2477

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Aristophanes

Published by Ioannes Spies, Francoforti Ad Moenum (1586)

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Item Description: Ioannes Spies, Francoforti Ad Moenum, 1586. Encuadernado. Book Condition: Bueno. 8, 368h. ; 17 x 11cm. Repurgatus À Mendis, Et Imitatione Plavti Atque Terentii interpretatus, ita ut fere Carmen Carmini, numeria numero, pes pedi, modus modo, Latinisunus Graecismo respondear Opus Divo Rudolpho Caesari Sacrum. Cum Gratia & Privilegio Casarae Maiestatis. Buen ejemplar con portada ornada. La portada tiene una tachadura y una rotura, que no afecta texto. En la primera página en blanco, aparece en forma manuscrita una Ex. libros de A. Breton A.A. Bookseller Inventory # 0015

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Aristophanes (Aristophanis)

Published by Sumptibus Caldorianae Societatis, Aureliae Allogrogum (1607)

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Item Description: Sumptibus Caldorianae Societatis, Aureliae Allogrogum, 1607. Full Vellum. Book Condition: Very Good. Bound in early full vellum, nice burgandy leather gilt titled label. Covers worn and soiled, still very attractive, interior pages occasionally browned, others quite white and bright. Slight insect damage to front pastedown, otherwise quite a lovely copy. Scarce. ; Folio 13" - 23" tal; 916 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 16384

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Plato, Aristophanes, Thomas G. West, Grace Starry West

Published by Cornell Univ Pr

ISBN 10: 0801414563 ISBN 13: 9780801414565

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Item Description: Cornell Univ Pr. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0801414563

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Homer, ARISTOTLE, Plato, Sophocles, Thucydides, Euripides, Aesop, Aristophanes, Herodotus, Menander, Aeschylus

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Item Description: Easton Press, 1998. Full-Leather. Book Condition: Near Fine. Richard Sparks (illustrator). Limited. Uniform black leather binding, featuring comprehensive introductions, exclusive full-color frontispiece art by Richard Sparks. Bound in premium full leathers, hubbed spine, distinctive cover design, beautiful illustrations, permanent satin ribbon page marker, gilded page edges, moire endsheets, thread-sewn pages for durability and strength. List of titles: 1. THE ILIAD, by Homer, translated by Robert Fagles, introduction and notes by Bernard Knox. 2. THE ODYSSEY, by Homer, translated by Robert Fagles, introduction and notes by Bernard Knox, Frontispiece by Richard Sparks. 3. THE ETHICS OF ARISTOTLE: The Nicomachean Ethics, translated by J A K Thomson, Revised with notes and appendices by Hugh Tredennick, introduction and bibliography by Jonathan Barnes. 4. THE LAST DAYS OD SOCRATES: Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Phaedo, by Plato, translated by Hugh Tredennick and Harold Tarrant, introduction and notes by Harold Tarrant. 5. THE THREE THEBAN PLAYS: Antigone, Oedipus the King, Oedipus at Colonus, by Sophocles, translated by Robert Fagles, introduction and annotations by Bernard Knox. 6. HISTORY OF THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR, by Thucydides, translated by Rex Warner, introduction and appendices by M I Finley. 7. THE BACCHAE AND MEDEA and Other Plays, by Euripides, translated by Philip Vellacott. 8. THE COMPLETE FABLES, by Aesop, translated by Olivia and Robert Temple, with an introduction by Robert Temple. 9. FOUR COMEDIES, by Aristophanes, translated by Dudley Fitts. 10. THE HISTORIES, by Herodotus, translated by Aubrey de Selincourt, revised with introductory matter and notes by John Marincola. 11. PLAYS AND FRAGMENTS, by Menander, translated with an introduction by Norma Miller. 12. THE ORESTEIA, by Aeschylus, translated by Robert Fagles, introductory essay, notes and glossary by Robert Fagles and W B Stanford. Bookseller Inventory # EP122

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Aristophanes.

Published by Venice: Appresso Vicenzo Vaugris (1545)

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Item Description: Venice: Appresso Vicenzo Vaugris, 1545. FIRST EDITION, some light foxing and a few tiny dampmarks to early leaves, ff. 304, 8vo, eighteenth-century vellum boards, spine lettered in gilt within a yellow dyed compartment, marbled endpapers, a little bit soiled, bookplate of Bernardine Murphy, very good The first edition of Aristophanes in Italian, and in fact the first full translation into any modern language - previous printings had only been in Greek and the Latin translation, including the first complete set of Latin translations by Andreas Divus in 1538. Due to the difficulty of Aristophanes’ language, scholarship proceeded slowly and this translation was an important resource along with the editions of the major scholars - Richard Porson owned a copy along with Divus’s translation and the Greek texts of Gelen and Scaliger.‘What is really striking is that all eleven Aristophanic comedies were translated into Italian as early as 1545 by two members of the Rositini family, Bartolomeo and Pietro. this can be explained in light of the influence on the Italian Renaissance humanists of the Aristotelian canon (i.e. Aristophanes was seen as the canonical example of ancient Greek comedy). The humanists were apparently bent on discovering the Aristophanic ‘genius’ for themselves and on making it accessible to the reading public. Surely, the intellectual, cultural, and socio-economical climate of Renaissance Italy, (and especially Venice) was ripe enough for the emergence of such a stellar achievement in translation’ (Giannopoulou in Hall & Wrigley’s ‘Aristophanes in Performance’, p. 310). (CNCE 2862; Adams A1721). Bookseller Inventory # 51782

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Aristophanes, Gilbert Seldes, and Pablo Picasso.

Published by New York: The Limited Editions Club. (1934)

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From: Wittenborn Art Books (San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.)

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Item Description: New York: The Limited Editions Club., 1934. Book Condition: Good. "A New version by Gilbert Seldes with a Special Introduction by Mr. Seldes and Illustrations by Pablo Picasso"--T.p. Lacking the six original etchings. No. 658 of 1500 copies signed in pencil on the colophon by Pablo Picasso. (Ideal for someone who has one of the unsigned etchings.) Drawings in the text. 4to. 117 pp., illus. VG+ in printed boards, light foxing throughout, in clear protective mylar jacket, in a good chemise starting to split along front spine edge. Bookseller Inventory # 04-1595

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Item Description: Bound in a fine cont. full calf with richly gilt back, 7 raised bands and red titlelabel. Both covers richly gilt, with two rectangular gilt borders inside eachother and inside the smallest, a large gilted centerpiece consisting of a crown and the godess over whom the inscription: "Pallas Minerva Sospitatrix Urbium". Front-hinge loosening, leather at back-hinge cracking, but not loose. Corners a bit bumped. Title in red/ blackwith engraved vignette. (12),XXVIII,580,(59) pp. Margins sometimes with single pencil-signs. Otherwise internally fine. Greek and latin text. With engraved bookplate of William Arthur Sixth - Duke of Portland - K.G. Brunet I:453: "Cette belle édition, que recommandent ses notes savantes, a été longtemps fort recherchée." Dibdin pp. 299-300: "This excellent edition, emphaticaly called "Editio Optima," contains, for the first time, some new scholia on the "Lysistrato;" some notes of Isaac Casaubon on the "Equites;" and of Spanheim and Bentley on a few of the earlier plays. P. 299, note: "Ludolph Kuster, the editor of this magnificent work.". Bookseller Inventory # 16638

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Item Description: Fritsch,, Amsterdam, 1710. In folio (mm 397x245), bella legatura coeva in p. pelle, con d. a 6 nervi e ricca decor. in oro al d., tit. sempre in oro su tass. di col., tagli in rosso, pp. (10),XXVIII,580,324,(60); testo su due colonne, in greco e latino; buon es. di questa pubblicazione, definita in passato "editio optima", e considerata "excellent edition" ancor oggi (DIBDIN, 299-300). Bookseller Inventory # 800001

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Aristophanis (Aristophanes) ; translated by Brunck, Richard François Philippe

Published by N. Bliss (1810)

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Item Description: N. Bliss, 1810. Quarter leather. Book Condition: Very Good. A handsome five volume set (including the Lexicon) bound in hunter green morocco over marbled boards. Volumes II & III have a bit of remnant from a sticker on the front cover. Occasional scuffing to the covers, previous owner's signature on the first blank leaf of each volume; a very good set. Bookseller Inventory # 103949

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Aristophanes.

Published by Oxford: M. Bliss, 1810. (1810)

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Item Description: Oxford: M. Bliss, 1810., 1810. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. No Jacket. 3 volumes, 9 X 11 inches, full black leather with raised bands, extensive gilt between the bands, on boards, on board edges and around the inside board edges, all edges gilt. The set has been expertly rebacked with the original back laid down. This is a set that must be seen to be believed. In Greek with Latin notes. Untrimed and with wide margins. Ask for scan. Fine. Bookseller Inventory # 4374

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Item Description: Frankfurt am Main, Johann Spiess (hier Spies), 1597., 1597. 645(1) S. Mit großer Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem Titel, Holzschnittvignette auf der letzten Seite (Kolophon) und einigen Holzschnittinitialen. 8°, flex. Pergamentband der Zeit. Einband etwas berieben, angestaubt, stockfleckig und gebräunt; Reste von 2 Stoffschließen; Pergament am Fuß wellig und im Bereich des unteren Kapitals dadurch etwas geschrumpft, so daß der Buchblock hier ca. 1 bis 7 mm freisteht; Innendeckelbezüge (Spiegel) etwas geknittert und mit kleinen Randfehlstellen; vorderer Spiegel am Fuß etwas fleckig; Vordervorsatz mit hinterlegtem Einriss am Fuß und hier etwas fleckig; gering stockfleckig und vereinzelt gering fingerfleckig; einige Bll. mit breiterem, schwachen Wasserrand im Fußsteg; manchmal kleine Knickspuren in den Ecken; einige Tintenunterstreichungen und Tintenmarginalien von alter Hand; alter Besitzvermerk auf dem Titel. Vor allem durch die lateinischen Übersetzungen der Komödien durch Nicodemus Frischlin bedeutende Aristophanes-Edition. Nicodemus Frischlin (1547-1590); bedeutender dt. Philologe, neulateinischer und deutschsprachiger Dichter. Graesse I, 206/ VD16 A 3270/ Adams A 1719. LA. Bookseller Inventory # 51500

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Item Description: William Pickering, London, 1840. "First Pickering edition, 3 parts in 1, as issued, sm. 4to, pp. [2], 70; vi, 7-89, [1]; iv, 5-103, [1] errata for the first 3 parts; three-quarter blue morocco by Lloyd; upper joint rubbed and with small crack starting at bottom, but still very good and sound. With the addition of the rare part 4, The Frogs, 79pp., not called for on the title, but here bound in. Parts 1-3 bear the imprint "Malta: printed at the Government Press, 1839." The last part is "Printed by W. Nicol." In a prefatory statement to The Frogs it is noted that "the greater part of this play had been printed upwards of twenty years ago, having been intended for private distribution; an intention to which the writer adheres, being unwilling to cancel what had already printed and in part distributed he ventures to present it to his friends and his friends only, satisfied with having secured the existence of the text, upon which much time and attention has been bestowed, but without venturing to obtrude upon the public a work, (in its present form and appearance at least) avowedly defective." The translator is John Hookham Frere, the diplomatist and miscellaneous author. "His translations of Aristophanes cannot fail to be the most lasting memorial of his genius, and the manner in which he has successfully caught the spirit of the original comedies places him in an almost unique place as a translator" (DNB). Not in Keynes; Kelly 1840.1 noting that only about 160 copies were printed with the Pickering title page at the expense of the translator.". Bookseller Inventory # 20093

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Item Description: Ffm., Joh. Spies, 1586. Book Condition: Pgmt. d. Zt. 8 unn., 368 num. Bll., 2 Druckermarken, Holzschn.-Initialen und -ZierstŸcke Ebert 1088. Adams A 1718. Graesse I, 206. VD 16, A 3269. Hoffmann I, 268 (ÈRarissima editioÇ). Ð Frischlins lateinische †bersetzung von fŸnf Komšdien mit griech. Paralleltext, mit gedr. Widmung an Kaiser Rudolph II. Ð Erstausg., nahm gro§en Einflu§ auf die Erneuerung der Antike, entsprechend mit Neudrucken wiederholt 1597 u. 1625. Ð Zum Drucker Johann Spies vgl. Ge§ner IV, 124; Lšffler/Kirchner III, 312; v. Klettenberg, S. 220. Ð Verschied. Besitzernamen u. -eintrŠge, bibl. Notiz auf vord. Innendeckel mont., kleines Brandloch im Rand von Bl. 257, sehr wenige Seiten fleckig, Perg. leicht berieben u. minimal fl., Schlie§bŠnder verloren, sauberes Ex. Bookseller Inventory # 7003

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