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Derain - PETRONIUS ARBITER T.

Published by Paris, Aux dépens d'un Amateur sous la direction d'André Derain, 1951, (1951)

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Item Description: Paris, Aux dépens d'un Amateur sous la direction d'André Derain, 1951, 1951. Book Condition: molto buono. in-folio (mm.443x334), a fogli sciolti sotto cartonato editoriale figurato e astuccio. Cinque parti in un volume, con copertine singole. Splendida opera ideata da Vollard nel 1934 ma rimasta inedita sino al 1951. Impressa in complessivi 326 esemplari su ''vélin d'arches'', illustrata da 33 bulini originali fuori testo di André Derain e da 43 silografie di P.Baudier, di fregi e ornamenti dai disegni di Derain. Il presente esemplare di testa porta il n.33 ed è corredato in aggiunta di: A) 2 disegni originali di Derain a matita nera (figure femminili a piena pag.). - B) Serie di 36 tavole inc. a bulino su carta vergellata antica (comprensivi dei 3 non utilizzati nell'ediz. comune) - C) Serie dei medesimi 36 bulini su vélin Richard de Bar - D) La serie in nero degli ornamenti inc. in legno su malacca teinté - E) La stessa serie impressa in grigio su malacca blanc. - Esemplare eccezionale di stupenda e rara edizione, artisticamente illustrata dal grande Derain (1880-1954), di notevole pregio. Rauch 40. Lejard ''The Art of the French Book'' 147. ''The Artist e The Book in France'' p. 330. Monod 9049. Bookseller Inventory # 0000000002851

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Item Description: Eines von 50 Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe mit einer zweiten Suite sämtlicher Orig.-Radierungen u. Orig.-Holzschnitte. Bereits 1934 schuf Derain die Radierungen. Der Tod des Verlergers 1939 verhinderte die anstehende Realisierung des Buches. Erst 1951 konnte das Buch dann in den Druck gehen. Tadellos erhalten. - Monod 9049. - Rauch 40. Bookseller Inventory # 4445AB

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PETRONIUS ARBITER (17-66).

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Item Description: Folio (45 x 34 cm). Mit 33 Original-Kupferstichen auf Tafeln und 43 Holzschnitt-Ornamenten im Text von André Derain. [4] Bl., 290, [3] S., [2] Bl. Lose wie erschienen in Original-Umschlag, Halbpergament-Chemise und Schuber. Paris, "Aux dépens d'un Amateur", 1951. Eines von 30 Vorzugsexemplaren auf grossem Papier und mit Separatabzug der 36 Illustrationen, inklusive von drei in der Normalausgabe nicht verwendeten Radierungen des Künstlers. Die Gesamtauflage belief sich auf 326 Druckexemplare. Die Planung des Verlegers Ambrois Vollard begann bereits Anfang der Dreissigerjahre. Ab 1934 schuf André Derain in dessen Auftrag seine ersten Radierungen. Der überraschende Tod des Verlegers am 22. Juli 1939 und der Ausbruch des 2. Weltkrieges verhinderten jedoch die anstehende Realisierung des Projektes. Erst im Jahr 1951 und Dank der finanziellen Unterstützung eines anonym gebliebenen Mäzens, konnte das Buch schliesslich in Druck gehen. Die Kupfer wurden bei Georges Leblanc abgezogen und die Typographie übernahm Marthe Fecquet und Pierre Baudier. Monod 9049; Rauch 40; Kornfeld/Klipstein 172, Nr. 54. One of 30 copies (no. 124) with a suite of 36 engravings by André Derain. The edition of a total of 326 copies was printed on large Arches paper. It was Ambroise Vollard who initiated this edition of the Satyricon already in the thirties, and commissioned the engravings from Derain in 1934. But the project could not be executed because of Vollard's death and the outbreak of World War II. Finally the book went to press in 1951; the engravings were printed by Georges Leblanc and the text by Marthe Fecquet and Pierre Baudier. - Loose as issued with original illustrated wrappers in half vellum folder and slipcase. Bookseller Inventory # B238965

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Item Description: Johannes Blaeu, 1669 and, Amsterdam:, 1671. FIRST COMPLETE EDITION.. 19.3 x 11.5 cm. Octavo: I. *8 (-*1, blank), **8, ***2, A-Z8, Aa-Oo8, Pp4, Aaa-Lll8; II. *4, A-F8, G4 (lacking blank leaf G4) With an added, engraved title page by Romeyn de Hooghe (1645-1708). The first integral printing of all the extant fragments of Petronius, including the?Dinner of Trimalchio? Michael Hadrianides? 1669 edition of Petronius is the first to incorporate the ?Fragmentum? discovered in Trau, Dalmatia, which contained the hitherto unknown text of the ?Cena Trimalchionis? and is also "the first edition to contain all the fragments of the novel that we currently possess? This copy is bound together with the ?often lacking- 1670 edition of the ?Fragmentum?, which prints the text as it appeared in the manuscript, here edited by Johannes Lucius, with the Apologia of Marino Statileo, who discovered the manuscript in Dalmatia."The story of Petronius? partial rescue during the Renaissance is full of twists and ironies; Petronius himself would have enjoyed it. He was saved from oblivion by Poggio Bracciolini?s discovery, in 1420 in Cologne, of a manuscript containing Carolingian excerpts written continuously. This version, which favored verse and dialogue over description and narration and attempted to repress the novel?s exuberant homosexuality, formed the basis of the editio princeps, published in Milan in 1482. It was not until the sixteenth century that scholars doubled the amount of text available. The first expanded edition, the editio Tornaesiana, was published in Lyon in 1575 but did not contain the still unknown ?Dinner of Trimalchio? The ?Cena? had been copied for Poggio in 1423 in Florence, but then vanished; the text was not rediscovered until almost a century later, by Marino Statileo in Trogir in Dalmatia, and was not published until 1664.? (Conte)It is Poggio?s copy, which disappeared while on loan to Niccolo Niccoli, and not the original Cologne manuscript, that reappeared in Dalmatia around 1650. It?s publication ?in a very incorrect state? in 1664 ?immediately gave rise to a fierce controversy, in which the most learned men of that day took a share, one party receiving it without suspicion as a genuine relic of antiquity, while their opponents, with great vehemence, contended that it was spurious. The strife was not quelled until the year 1669, when the MS. was dispatched from the Library of the proprietor, Nicolaus Cippius, at Traun, to Rome, where, having been narrowly scrutinized by the most competent judges, it was finally pronounced to be at least three hundred years old, and, since no forgery of such anature could have been executed at that epoch, the skeptics were compelled reluctantly to admit that their doubts were ill founded.?(Allison) Schmeling & Stuckley, Bibilography of Petronius, 71 & 78; Gaselee (Bibliography of Petronius), 49 & 51; Schweiger II p.723; Brunet IV 574; Graesse Vol 5 p. 239; Dibdin (4th ed.) Vol II, p. 276. Literature: See M.S. Smith?s 1975 Oxford edition of the ?Cena Trimalchionis?, pp. xxii-xxiii and xxxvi; See also Alfred R. Allinson?s introduction to his translation of the ?Satyricon.? Bound in contemporary stiff vellum. A nice copy with generous margins. Both title pages bear Blaeu?s device. Bookseller Inventory # 2939D

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Le Satyricon.: DERAIN (André) -

DERAIN (André) - PETRONE (Petronius Arbiter)

Published by Georges Leblanc (1951)

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Item Description: Georges Leblanc, 1951. Couverture rigide. Book Condition: Bon état. Grand in-folio en ff. sous chemise cartonnée illustrée (emboîtage défectueux), 290 pp. 33 burins originaux hors-texte et 43 ornements sur bois dans le texte. Les 33 burins furent gravés en 1934 sur un projet d'Ambroise Vollard. Cet ouvrage fut réalisé en 1951 aux dépens d'un amateur et sous la direction d'André Derain. Le texte, traduit par Héguin de Guerle, a été composé à la main et les ornements, gravés sur bois par Paul Baudier, ont été imprimés sur les presses de Marthe Fequet et Pierre Baudier. Les gravures au burin ont été tirées par Georges Leblanc, imprimeur en taille-douce. Tiré à deux cent quatre-vingts exemplaires sur grand vélin d'arches, celui-ci un des 50 exemplaires comportant une suite complète des burins sur vélin Richard de Bas et une suite en noir des ornements sur Malacca teinté, numérotés de 71 à 120 (N° 103). in-folio. Bookseller Inventory # 12562

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Petronius (Arbiter),

Published by Paris . -, Paris . - (1970)

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Item Description: Paris . -, Paris . -, 1970. Lose Lagen in schwarzem OSeiden-Umschlag mit goldgepr. Umschlagtitel und orangefarb. OLwd.-Kassette. 47 : 35 cm. 1 von 60 num. Exemplaren auf Vélin d'Arches, im Druckvermerk von der Künstlerin signiert und mit einer zusätzlichen signierten Folge der 11 Farblithographien. - Unter der künstlerischen Leitung von A. Lancell gedruckt bei Guillard, Gourdon & Cie. "Les textes tirés d'une traduction par Nodot en 1736 du manuscrit Satiricon de Petrone découvert à Belgrade en 1688." Titel und Vortitel in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt; schöner breitrandiger Pressendruck auf schwerem Vélinpapier. Exemplar der Vorzugsausgabe mit der Suite, mit guten Abzügen der farbintensiven und ausdrucksstarken Illustrationen zu dem klassischen Petronius-Text von Leonor Fini. - Kassette partiell geringfüg. berieben; insges. gutes sauberes Exemplar.Monod 9041. 5000 g. Bookseller Inventory # 411600252

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Petronius Arbiter.

Published by Lvgdvni Batavorvm: Ex Officina Plantiniana apud Franciscum Raphelengium, 1596. (1596)

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Item Description: Lvgdvni Batavorvm: Ex Officina Plantiniana apud Franciscum Raphelengium, 1596., 1596. Sextodecimo. [xxiv], 393, [i] pages. Printer's device on title-page. *8, **4, A8-Z8, a8, b6. Contemporary stiff vellum. Adams, P873; BM STC Dutch and Flemish, 1470-1600, p. 168. Bound with: Apuleius, L. Apvlei Madavrensis Opera omnia qvae exstant. TWO WORKS BOUND IN ONE. Some underlining in the text. Two-page manuscript entry of the "Testamentum Porcelli," in a contemporary hand on the front free endpaper. Bookseller Inventory # 1615

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Petronius Arbiter, Petronius

ISBN 10: 1595263020 ISBN 13: 9781595263025

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Item Description: Book Condition: very_good. 431 Gramm. Bookseller Inventory # M01595263020-V

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Petronius Arbiter (etchings by André Derain)

Published by Ambroise Vollard / Georges Leblanc, Paris (1951)

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Item Description: Ambroise Vollard / Georges Leblanc, Paris, 1951. A COMPLETE SUITE OF 36 ETCHINGS BY ANDRE DERAIN (the 33 etchings published in the book plus the three planches refusées) ON ANTIQUE LAID PAPER for one of Vollard's great unfinished projects. Derain executed the etchings in 1934 but they were not published until 1951. This is ONE OF ONLY 70 SUITES PRINTED ON VERY FINE ANTIQUE LAID PAPER. Large folio (45 x 35 cm). ENTIRELY UNTRIMMED, WITH WIDE MARGINS, IN ABSOLUTELY PERFECT CONDITION. House in the original printed folder, made of fine Arches wove paper. Johnson 184; Rauch 40; MoMa 57; Strachan, p. 330; Stern 33. Rare and important. Bookseller Inventory # 38450

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Item Description: Lutetiae Parisior, Guilielmum Linocerium, 1585 (Part Sec. erraneously dated 1535). 8co. Later (19th century) hcalf. Gilt spine. Wear to top of spine. Both title-page with printers woodcut device as well as on last leaf in part II. (16),144,(16) pp. + 183,(1),(6) + 1 leaf with printers large woodcut device. The first intial letters in both parts in contemp. coloured in red. Internally clean and fine. Vwery scarce early edition of Satyricon with the commentary by Janus Dousa.Adams P 870. Bookseller Inventory # 49961

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Titi Petronii Arbitri eqvitis Romani Satyricon, cum: Petronius Arbiter. Notes

Petronius Arbiter. Notes and commentary by Pierre Petit (as Marino Statileo), Giovanni Lucio, Josephus Justus Scaliger, Justus Lipsius, Friedrich Lindenbrog and Kaspar Schoppe

Published by Joan Blaeu I, Amsterdam, edited by Michael Hadrianides, the first such edition, Latin with Latin and Greek notes and one note in Arabic, text with headings, catchwords, and footnotes in several layouts and fonts including italic (1669)

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Item Description: Joan Blaeu I, Amsterdam, edited by Michael Hadrianides, the first such edition, Latin with Latin and Greek notes and one note in Arabic, text with headings, catchwords, and footnotes in several layouts and fonts including italic, 1669. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fair. OFFERING: The rare 'first full edition', far closer textually to the work known today than any previous edition and universally praised for its accuracy, and compilation of the best of Renaissance textual criticism and commentary, including the contributions of Giovanni Lucio and Pierre Petit, the scholars who advocated for the CT manuscript's authenticity. "Following the reappearance of the manuscript containing the Cena Trimalchionis at Trogir in Dalmatia in 1650, a full edition of all that we possess of the Satyricon today became possible, and duly appeared in 1669." [Walsh, introduction to Satyricon, Oxford, p. xxxvi] CONDITION: Acceptable, lacks Leaf II, the often excised, extra engraved title page with the pictorial design by Romeyn de Hooghe, otherwise complete. Pages: almost entirely bright and clean, some pages with light fox spots at a top edge or fore-edge, a few pages with creased tips, a few pages toward rear with light toning; substantial humidity cockling from p. 435. / Endpapers: Front Pastedown with large tear, 2 chips and seller note in pencil. / Covers: Bound in early untouched vellum with minor corner bends and soiling, short title in neat script at head of spine. / Binding: Solid and reliable, but tightened, and for many pages, book can't be laid flat. RARITY: Rare and widely sought after, a worldwide institution search finds 47 holdings, including Berkeley, Brown, Cambridge, Harvard, Oxford, Princeton and University of Texas, Austin. PROVENANCE: 1) Label of Librairie A. Durand of Paris; believed featured in his 1856 catalog. Auguste Durand [1830-1909] was a noted French organist, composer and bookseller-publisher. 2) Pictorial bookplate of Willard H. (Herbert) Carr [1904-1974]. A member of APSA, he is remembered for his exquisitely composed landscape prints. His classics library was sold at Christie's (1998). PAGINATION: Complete except for Leaf II; illustrated with 2 b/w engravings in-text, 1 table, 12 b/w woodcut decorations (no repeats), 7 decorated initials, 3 footpieces, and 1 small illustration: [1] leaf, blank; First Section numbered by leaves, (1) leaf, title page and 17 numbered leaves (34 pages); Second Section, Satyricon, numbered by pages, 1-558 pp, the Fragmenta on pp. 513-558; Third Section, Satyricon Indices, unnumbered, but 21 leaves (42 pages); Fourth Section, Priapeia, numbered by pages beginning with its separate title page, contents on verso, 1-168 pp.; Fifth Section unnumbered but 4 leaves (8 pages), Priapeia index; [1] leaf, blank, [4] leaves, additional rear blank leaves. SIZE: Covers: 199 x 126 mm / Pages: 189 x 113 mm. THE SATYRICON: One of the most influential works of literature from Classical antiquity, it was ravaged by censorship and only a scattering of accepted authentic fragments from the larger lewd work have been rediscovered. The most important is the Cena Trimalchionis manuscript, a fragment variant discovered in 1423 by Poggio Bracciolini in Cologne and the first accepted as authentic manuscript to contain the principal surviving fragments of Books XIV-XVI with the Satyricon's centerpiece, Book XV, The Dinner of Trimalchio. The manuscript was 'misplaced' in Florence, before it could be published. In one of the few fortunate moments of the Satyricon's long convoluted history, it was rediscovered in the library of Nicolaus Cippicus in Trogir, Dalmatia by the scholar, Pierre Petit (aka Marino Statileo) in 1650. First issued without other fragments in 1664, the printing was carelessly executed and there are many errors in the text. For the first time, in 1669, all fragments accepted as authentic, to that time, were published in a corrected text edition and with an anthology of the most significant commentary on the work since the beginning of the Renaissance. REFERENCE: Texts and Transmission, edited by Reynolds; Reeve, Petronius, pp. 295-300. Ebert 16508, "Antonius particularly commends the edition of 1669 for its elegance and correctness." ADDITIONAL IMAGES: by request. Bookseller Inventory # 01326

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PETRONII ARBITRI SATYRICON.: Gaius Petronus] Petronius

Gaius Petronus] Petronius Arbiter, Titus (Ca. 27––66)

Published by Lugduni Batavorum: Ex Officina Plantiniana Apud Franciscum Raphelengium, (1596)

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Item Description: Lugduni Batavorum: Ex Officina Plantiniana Apud Franciscum Raphelengium, 1596. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket. 16th Century; Latin Language; Satire; 24mo 5" - 6" tall; Ancient Roman literature. Petronii Arbitri Satyricon. [3]-[24], I-393pp, errata on verso. Collation: *2-*8, **[1]-[**4], A[1]-[Z8], a[1]-[a8], b[1]-[b5], in 8's. Lacks title and last leaf, but the size, pagination, and signings are consistent with the edition published Lugduni Batavorum: Ex Officina Plantiniana apud Franciscum Raphelengium, 1596. 16mo. Vellum, lightly soiled. Upper margin narrow, but ample. Tear within text of pp65-66, occasional marginal tears, ink stains pp66-67, 146-147, 318-319, some old ink underlining/notes. Worming to pp65-90 not affecting text. Tear and slight loss within text of last four pages. First publication 1499 was considered a bit too pithy for the times, the Stayricon is now considered a classic of Western literature covering poeple and their pecadillos in poetry and prose. Latin Language. Covers, binding and text block solid and tight. Latin Language text. ; 0. Bookseller Inventory # 32199

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Petronius, Gaius Arbiter.

Published by Ohne weitere Angaben [d.i. Wien, Eros-Presse, um 1925?] (1925)

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Item Description: Ohne weitere Angaben [d.i. Wien, Eros-Presse, um 1925?], 1925. Gr. Folio 47x31 cm. 1 Bl., 37 S. und 12 Lithographien in Blaudruck. Orig.-Pappband mit montiertem Deckelschildchen. Auf Pergamentstreifen geheftet. Vorsätze mit glänzendem, silberfarbenem Wachspapier bezogen. Eins von 360 handschriftlich numerierten Exemplaren. Die Illustrationen auf Tafeln; sie sind expressiv, zart, erotisch und von beeindruckender Qualität. Der nicht genannte Künstler ist |Josèphe Verheyen| (*1899). Obwohl textlich oft homosexuell, sind die Personen nicht immer eindeutig; die männlichen Körper wirken immer auch sehr feminin und die Grenzen zwischen den Geschlechtern verschwimmen. Bibliophil gestaltete Ausgabe mit breitrandigem Druck auf handgeschöpftem, unbeschnittenem Bütten. Einband etwas berieben, Kanten bestoßen, oberes Kapitel restauriert. Innen teils schwach fingerfleckig, eine Seite mit kleiner Fehlstelle am unteren Rand. Sonst frisches Exemplar. Rar. Hayn-Got. IX, 454 (ohne Nennung des Künstlers und mit der -falschen- Angabe "Berlin 1923"). Polunbi 1, 67 ("unbrauchbar zu machen"). Zum Künstler Vollmer 5, S. 24. --------------- |English description available on request. Traduction française sur demande.|. Bookseller Inventory # 5798A

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Petronius Arbiter.

Published by Jansonio-Waesbergios, Amstelaedami (1743)

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Item Description: Jansonio-Waesbergios, Amstelaedami, 1743. One of the most famous satires of all time, here in the expanded revision of Pieter Burmann's edition, with the much-debated corrections by Johann Jacob Reiske ? with which the editor's son, Caspar Burman, was most displeased. Brunet calls the 1743 edition "beaucoup plus compl?te que la pr?c?dente [of 1709], et celle qu'on recherche le plus;" Dibdin confirms that this second edition is preferred by collectors and "the curious" over the first. The neoclassical frontispiece was engraved by J.C. Philips. 4to (26.3 cm, 10.4"). 2 vols. I: Frontis., [37] ff., 886, [2] pp.; illus. II: [4] ff., 408 pp., [66 (index)] ff. Brunet, IV, 575; Dibdin, II, 276?77; Schweiger, II, 725. 19th-century quarter sheep in imitation of morocco, with marbled paper?covered sides, spines with gilt-stamped titles; spines, edges, and extremities rubbed, vol. I with spot of discoloration to spine. Main title-page with shadows of pencilled numerals. Pages clean. Bookseller Inventory # 16816

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PETRONIUS TITUS ARBITER.

Published by Edizioni Rovello, Milano (1992)

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Item Description: Edizioni Rovello, Milano, 1992. 4° gr.; pp. 109 non num. 2 su carta vergata con barbe, appositamente fabbricata, carattere Dante, testo in latino e a seguire traduzione in italiano. Con sei belle xilografie f.testo di Fabio Sironi di cui due, a piena pagina, firmate a matita dall'Artista e una al piatto anteriore. Ril. m.pelle con titoli in oro al dorso, illustraz. al piatto, con astuccio editoriale; elegante edizione f.commercio limitata a complessivi 170 esemplari numerati.(vedi riproduz.)Num. catalogo: 249. Bookseller Inventory # 23047

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Item Description: Graesse V, 239 - Schweiger II, 724 - Ebert 16521.- Erste von Burmann herausgegebene Ausgabe mit umfangreicher Kommentarsammlung.- Satyricon oder Satyrikon ist ein nur in Teilen erhaltener, satirischer Roman von Titus Petronius Arbiter (* ca. 14, ? 66 n. Chr.), er erschien zur Zeit Neros.- Titel mit Namenstempel u. kl. hinterlegter Fehlstelle durch Stempelrasur, leicht gebräunt, wenige Bll. leicht wasserrandig, Ebd. berieben u. bestoßen. Bookseller Inventory # B18534

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Item Description: Rilegato. Book Condition: molto buono. Amstelaedami, apud Iansonio-Waesbergios, 1743. [Colophon:] Lugduni Batavorum, typis Dammeanis, mense Majo 1742. 2 volumi in-4, pp. (74), 886, (2); (4), (42), 408, (132). Antiporta recante una eoclassica allegoria dell'opera incisa in rame dal J.C. Philips. Frontespizi in rosso e nero. Belle legature del tempo in piena pelle marezzata, dorso a nervi con ricchi fregi in oro agli scomparti, titoli in oro. Tagli marezzati di verde. Una fra le più preziose perle di tutta la letteratura occidentale, qui con la curiosa esegesi (e le interpolazioni) di Pieter Burman, le tanto discusse correzioni di Johann Jacob Reiske e alcune lezioni apocrife. Brunet asserisce che la nostra edizione è assai preferibile e più ricercata della precedente, sempre "curante Burmano" (1709), poiché è «beaucoup plus complète». Bookseller Inventory # 003030

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Petronius Arbiter

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Item Description: Card Covers. Book Condition: Very Good. ARCHIVAL REPRINT: Limited Edition. Privately Printed By ARC for Private Libraries. Limited to 125 numbered copies, this being NO. 37. Bookseller Inventory # B00087P870

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Petronius Arbiter

Published by G. Olms (1974)

ISBN 10: 3487054175 ISBN 13: 9783487054179

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Item Description: G. Olms, 1974. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX3487054175

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Petronius Arbiter, Titus:

Published by Rom (= Schwabach, Mizler), (1783)

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Item Description: Rom (= Schwabach, Mizler), 1783. Book Condition: Gut. 48, 221 + 256 Seiten. Helle Pappbände der Zeit mit Rückenschild (Einbände angestaubt und etwas berieben). *Goed. IV1, 882, 5b. - Vorrede (48 S.) und Übersetzung von Johann Jac. Wilhelm Heinse. - "Gegenwärtig wegen seiner Seltenheit und des strengen Verbots wenigsten 2 bis 3 f werth" (Hayn/G. VI, 154). Text sauber und gut erhalten, Innendeckel mit Exlibris der Sammlung Franz Heerdt. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 800. Bookseller Inventory # 122436

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Item Description: Trajecti ad Rhenum (Utrecht), Gisb. à Zyll und Theod. ab Ackersdyck, 1654., 1654. Mit zusätzl. gest. Titel. (7) Bll., 56, (16), 252, (12), 130, (6) SS. 8vo. Pgt. d. Zt. mit hs. Rückentitel. Mit Kauf- bzw. Besitzeintrag eines Johann Conrad Stumpf aus dem Jahr 1750. – Schönes, nur gering fleckiges Exemplar. Bookseller Inventory # 5886

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Item Description: For Sam. Briscoe., London, 1712. This 1712 imprint is a reissue of the second English edition of "The Works" (1710), with a cancel title-page. (18),xvi,(14),288pp. Illus. with a frontispiece and 10 plates. Early 19th century full straight grained red morocco, ornately gilt, hinges rather rubbed and minor chips at spine extremities, but quite sound. A.e.g. Bookseller Inventory # 5969

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Petronius Arbiter, Gaius.

Published by Pr. for Sam. Briscoe (colophon: Pr. for George Strahan), London (1713)

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Item Description: Pr. for Sam. Briscoe (colophon: Pr. for George Strahan), London, 1713. Petronius Arbiter (?A.D. 65) was a consul and court official under Nero. Noted for his sybaritic life-style, he committed suicide after being falsely implicated in a plot against the Emperor. His Satyricon, which exists only in fragments (books 14?16) and describes the amoral adventures of two youths in the Greek cities of southern Italy, incorporates a series of amorous adventures and misfortunes that make it a classic of erotic literature, but it is also a humorous critique of the immorality, vulgarity, and corruption of Roman society by one who knew that side of things all too well. The present example is the fourth edition of this English translation done by Thomas Brown and others, with much matter added to the Satyricon: a life of Petronius Arbiter by Charles de Saint-?vremond, English translations of a number of poems by additional Roman poets (mostly rather earthy, vigorous works), a piece by William Cavendish, 1st Duke of Devonshire, inspired by the Archbishop of Cambray's Telemachus, and a verse-form essay on poetry by John Sheffield, 1st Duke of Buckingham. The volume is illustrated with => 11 copper-engraved plates by various hands, which accompany non-erotic portions of the text and depict a wedding, the siege of Troy, a shipwreck, the Ephesian matron removing her husband's corpse, the death of the holy goose, etc. Binding: Contemporary mottled calf panelled with plain calf, framed in blind with blind-tooled corner fleurons, spine with gilt-stamped red morocco title-label, outer edges with gilt roll. Provenance: Front pastedown with bookplate of John Thomas Ambrose (1798?1881), a philanthropist and solicitor in Mistley and Manningtree. 8vo (19.6 cm, 7.75"). [16], x, [6], 111, [3], 111?360, [8] pp.; 11 plts. (lacking add. engr. t.-p.). ESTC T17788; Lowndes 1843; Schweiger, II, 727. Binding as above, rubbed and spine leather cracked; joints strengthened, portion of headband replaced, extremities subtly refurbished with toned long-fiber tissue. Bookplate as above. Varying degrees of age-toning, with a few signatures (only) browned or foxed and some leaves showing sometime exposure to water with no plates affected; additional engraved title-page lacking and index pages bound in incorrectly, interspersed with two poems towards the back of the volume!. Bookseller Inventory # 29672

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Item Description: Frankfurt/M in off Wecheliana apud Aubrios & Schleich, 1621. 6 (st. 8) Bl., 238 S., 1 Bl.; 3 Bl., 784 S., 40 Bl. Prgtbd. d. Zt. Einbd. etwas angestaubt. Gebräunt, teils leicht braunfl. Im ersten Teil m. einigen Unterstreich. von alter Hd. St. a. Tit. Ebert 16496. Schweiger 722. Hayn/Gotendorf VI, 157. Dibdin II, 275 (zur Ausgabe von 1610). Dünnhaupt S. 404. Paisey P 479. - Der zweite Teil mit eigenem Titelblatt: Sylloge annotationum et observationum in T. Petronii Arbitri Satyricon et fragmenta . collecta ac digesta à Georgio Erhardo. - Georg Erhard ist ein Pseudonym u. steht nach älteren Angaben (Ebert, Schweiger, Bursian) für Melchior Goldast, nach neueren (Dünnhaupt, Paisey) für Michael Caspar Lundorp. Die vorliegende Ausgabe ist ein seitenidentischer Neudruck der Ausgabe von 1610, einer neuen Recension nach Handschriften (besonders dem vorzüglichen Codex Bongarsii) und älteren Ausgaben "nebst einem reichen fremden und eigenen exegetischen Apparat" (Ebert 16493). Bookseller Inventory # 153742

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PETRONE / PETRONIO] - CAIUS PETRONIUS ARBITER / BOURDELOTIUS [BOURDELOT (Jean) / BORDELOTO (Giovanni)]

Published by Parisiis, apud Isaacum Mesnier, 1618. (1618)

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Item Description: Parisiis, apud Isaacum Mesnier, 1618., 1618. In-12, [12]-299-[1]p. Première édition du Satyricon comportant les commentaires de Jean Bourdelot. légères rousseurs, sinon bel exemplaire, dans sa reliure d'époque. / Prima edizione del Satyricon con i commenti di Giovanni Bordeloto. Leggere rossure, ma senz'altro bellissimo esemplare. Con la sua rilegatura d'epoca. Reliure plein velin souple, titre manuscrit au dos. / Rilegatura in pieno velino morbido, titolo manoscritto sul dorso. Bookseller Inventory # 17475

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LE SATYRICON traduit du latin par M.: PETRONE, Petronius Arbiter

PETRONE, Petronius Arbiter

Published by Aux Editions du Baniyan, Paris, (1960)

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Item Description: Aux Editions du Baniyan, Paris, 1960. Couverture souple. Book Condition: Très bon. 1 volume in-4 (29,5 x 23 cm), en feuilles, de 221-(1) pages. 15 pointes sèches originales par Gaston Barret. Emboîtage de l'éditeur (légèrement frotté). Le volume à l'état proche du neuf. TIRAGE A 500 EXEMPLAIRES. CELUI-CI, 1 DES 250 EXEMPLAIRES SUR PAPIER DE RIVES. Le Satyricon (ou mieux, « les Satyrica » ; parfois : Satiricon) est un roman satirique écrit en latin attribué, avec polémique, à Pétrone. Le roman, considéré comme l'un des premiers de la littérature mondiale, mêle vers et prose, latin classique et vulgaire. Il est constitué par un récit-cadre (titré généralement les « Aventures d'Encolpe ») et trois récits enchâssés : L'Éphèbe de Pergame, La Matrone d'Éphèse et le Festin chez Trimalcion, autant d'intrigues à la vaste postérité littéraire. Le récit conte les aventures, dans une Rome décadente (très certainement avant la fin du ier siècle) de deux jeunes gens, Encolpe et Ascylte, ainsi que du jeune amant du premier, l'adolescent Giton. Encolpe a été frappé d'impuissance par le dieu Priape alors que son ami et rival, Ascylte, convoite l'amour de Giton. Au cours de leurs pérégrinations, ils sont invités à un splendide festin organisé par un riche affranchi, Trimalcion, de chez qui ils parviennent à s'enfuir. Rejoints par le poète Eumolpe, ils embarquent et font naufrage, à la suite d'une tempête, près de Crotone. Encolpe fait ensuite la rencontre de Circé, une habitante de Crotone, mais, frappé de nouveau d'impuissance, il décide d'aller se faire soigner chez Śnothéa, prêtresse de Priape. (source : Wikipédia). BELLE ILLUSTRATION ÉROTIQUE DE GASTON BARRET. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-5311181983535485793

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Item Description: Köln (d. i. Amsterdam? Paris?), Pierre Marteau 1694., 1694. VD17 12:626584N, Gay /Lemonnier 3,721. Weller,Druckorte II,55. Kindler 19,8458. NBG 38,168 - vielleicht frühester Druck dieser v. Francois Nodot (erw. 1695-1700), übersetzen u. "ergänzten" zweisprachigen Ausgabe des "Satyricon", erschienen mit dem falschen Druckort Köln u. dem häufig verwendeten fingierten Verlegernamen Marteau. Der erste Band enthält außerdem einen Brief Nodots an die Academie Francaise "Lettre ecrite par M. Nodot a Monsieur Charpentier", die Antwort Charpentiers, sowie die Vita des Petronius. Die Ergänzungen der nur fragmentarisch erhaltenen Satyren des Petronius durch eine, angeblich 1688 von einem französischen Offizier während des österreichischen Feldzuges gegen die Türken in Belgrad entdeckten Handschrift mit Satyricon-Fragmenten, wurden bald als Fälschung verdächtigt. Ungeklärt bleibt, ob Nodot der Fälscher gewesen ist oder selbst irregeführt wurde. N., " auteur qui n`est connu que par des Fragmens de Petrone " stand in militärischen Diensten, dürfte über einige philologische Kenntnisse verfügt haben u. gab noch einige andere Schriften, auch zu militärischen Themen, heraus. Interessant auch die Provenienzen des schon editionsgeschichtlich bemerkenswerten Exemplars, der Band stammt aus dem Nachlaß v. Charlotte Wolter, verheiratete Gräfin O`Sullivan, gefeierte Heroine des Burgtheaters im 19. Jh., danach gehörte er zur Bibliothek d. Dr. Simon Popper, Vater d. bekannten Philosophen Sir Karl Popper Tome 1.2. 12°. (2 Bde). Gest. Frontisp., Titelbl., 29 nn. Bll., 473 S., mit 2 gest. Taf., 2 unbedr. Bll.; gest. Frontisp., Titelbl., 549 S., mit 7 gest. Taf., 1 unbedr. Bl., 3 nn. Bll., Bl. 549/(50), Titelblätter in rot u. schwarz, mit je e. Verlegermarke, mit Kopfleisten u. kleinen Schlußvignetten. Dunkle Lederbände d. Zeit, mit goldgeprägter Rückenbeschriftung und -verzierung, Buchschnitt rotgesprenkelt, gering berieben u. bestoßen, einige kleine Wurmlöcher in den Rücken u. Innendeckeln, Bindung etwas locker. Seiten gut erhalten, nur mäßig vergilbt, Frontispize jeweils im Innenfalz restauriert, Frontispiz d. zweiten Bandes fast lose. Bl. 549/50 noch einmal als letztes Blatt des 2. Bandes, verso mit Anweisungen an den Buchbinder versehen, eingebunden. Mit je e. kleinen Besitzschildchen am vorderen Innendeckel (Dr. Simon Popper, Wien), e. Besitzstempel am hinteren fliegenden Vorsatzblatt d. ersten Bandes (Charlotte Wolter), sowie Anmerkungen v. alter Hand mit bibliographischen Angaben zu zwei Sekundärwerken aus d. 17. Jh zu Petronius. Mit e. Federzeichnung eines Hundekopfes am vorderen fliegenden Vorsatzblatt des ersten Bandes. Breitrandiger Druck. Bookseller Inventory # EGzz0261

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Petronius Arbiter.

Published by A Cologne (Paris ?), Pierre Groth, 1694. (1694)

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Item Description: A Cologne (Paris ?), Pierre Groth, 1694., 1694. 8°. 37 Bll., 437 SS.; 1 Bl., 501 SS. Ldr. d. Zt. mit Rvg. u. goldgepr. Rtitel (beschabt, bestoßen, Kapitale lädiert). Schweiger II, 724. Ebert II, 16.514. KLL XIX, 8459.- Lateinisch-französische Parallelausgabe mit Kommentar. Der Herausgeber und Übersetzer Francois Nodot hatte 1691 die Philologenwelt mit angeblich neu aufgefundenen Fragmenten zu Petrons Satyricon überrascht. Doch kamen bald Zweifel an ihrer Echtheit auf, zuerst vorgetragen von Basnage 1692, dann von Bentley, der Nodots Version als eine "stümperhafte Ergänzung" und als die "schändlichste aller Fälschungen" bezeichnete (Farrer, Lit. Fälschungen 17). Ebert über die vorliegende Ausg.: "Einige glauben diese Ausg. zu Paris gedruckt, Beckmann (unrichtig) zu Grenoble. Die Kupfer wenigstens zeugen für Holland". Unserem Exemplar sind jedoch nie Kupfer beigebunden gewesen (keine Spuren von entfernten Tafeln).- Titel mit hs. Bes.-Vermerk, leicht gebräunt, vereinzelt etw. braunfleckig. Drucke 17. Jahrhundert. Bookseller Inventory # R17493

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PETRONIUS ARBITER

Published by Trajecti ad Rhenum, Guilielmum vande Water, 1709. (1709)

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Item Description: Trajecti ad Rhenum, Guilielmum vande Water, 1709., 1709. In-4°. [40] 688 pp, [4] 368 pp, ]110]. Contemporary vellem. Central blindstamped motif. Raised spine, vellum on spine is missing. In spite of the missing vellum covering the spine, good copy of this " Satyricon" with a lot of notes and commentaries by Nicolas Heins and Guilielmus Goes. Illustrated with a engraved frontispiece and 8 in-texto engravings. Bound with : Jani Dousae praecidanea, D. Josephi Antonii Gonsalii de Salas, commenta, dissertationes et praefationes et indices. Bookseller Inventory # 726

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