Onuphrii Panvinii Veronensis, DE LUDIS CIRCENSIBUS, LIBRI II. De Triumphis, Liber Unus. Quibus universa ferè Romanorum veterum sacra ritusq. declarantur, ac Figuris Aeneis Illustrantur. Ad Serenissimum Franciscum Mariam Secundum Urbini Ducem Sextum.

Onuphrius Panvinius (1529-1568).

Published by Venetiis. Apud Ioannem Baptistam Ciottum Senensum. M.DC, 1600
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Folio, 15½"x10¼" (39.5x26.5cm). Latin language. Two parts, with separate engraved title-pages and paginations; containing engraved & etched illustrations of games, triumphs, and circuses at Rome, Pompeii and Constantinople, based mainly on Roman coins and sculpture. pp(12),1-136 & (2),3-15,(1) including title-pages. With 29 of 32 listed plates (several dated 1580), of which 24 double-page, and 5 folding. A quartet of the folding plates pasted together, and when opened out (to nearly 1.75m) forming a spectacular panorama of a triumph; outermost two plates a little lighter in tone than innermost two. Missing Plate 16 (N) between pages 50 & 51, and Plates 25 & 26 (V & X) between pages 88 & 89; Plate 13 (L) present between pages 10 & 11, not as listed between pages 40 & 41. Pictorial headpiece on page 1 (replicated on second title-page), one-or-two other headpieces, single tailpiece, decorated initial capitals. First title-page a little dust-marked, and with tan spot-stain (also present on blank verso) up to 5mm in diameter on one of three illustrations adjacent to lower margin; fore-edge margin narrow (though leaf not undersized), neat signature in old hand in lower margin; tiny worm hole in one of three illustrations adjacent to fore-edge margin, persisting up to page 22 and confined to fore-edge margins of text and most plates; two worm holes 8mm apart in blank section of central title-panel, one of length 3mm and width 1mm diminishing in size until disappearance by third following leaf, the other of diameter just over 1mm persisting up to plate following page 7. Second title-page with pale dampstain in upper margin, overlapping decorative border by 1.3cm; fore-edge margin a little dust-marked, lightly toned in parts, and holed in three places - a small hole up to 2mm in diameter adjacent to border, to the right of which an elongated hole of length 1.8cm and width up to 2mm, and beneath which a hole of diameter up to 5mm. Fore-edge margins of final three leaves with two small worm holes 4mm apart, one of diameter less than 1mm, the other of length up to 2mm and width up to 1mm. Pale dampstain in upper margins of both text and plates from page 85. Quartet of plates lightly dampstained in upper margins, with several misfolds, with a number of hardly visible tiny holes in outermost plate and single tiny hole in adjacent plate, and with hardly visible V-shaped closed tear of sides 3mm on innermost plate; versos with light dust & other markings. Contents otherwise with just occasional isolated spots. Contemporary full calf panelled binding, original endpapers. Spine missing from four of five compartments separated by four exposed raised bands; present and attached at front hinge only is title-compartment, over which lightly chipped gilt-lettered label. Boards rubbed and patchily darkened, though blindstamped outer borders and gilt-stamped panels reasonably clear; small patches of hide loss at main surfaces, edges & corners. Panels with decorative gilt borders, gilt decorations at corners, and central gilt motif - between owner's names 'Jan Gerritsz' & 'Vander.Fycr' on front, and 'Spes Mea Deus' & 'Anno 1603' on rear, all in gilt upper case. Ribbon ties at fore-edges perished. Scattering of worm holes and trails on both boards, with only slight penetration into endpapers and contents - up to page 22 and at final three leaves as described above. Three-line inscription dated 1625 at upper edge of front pastedown. Binding requiring attention, but holding firmly; contents generally clean and tight, with some very impressive plates. GOOD+ copy. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Onuphrii Panvinii Veronensis, DE LUDIS ...
Publisher: Venetiis. Apud Ioannem Baptistam Ciottum Senensum. M.DC
Publication Date: 1600

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Published by Venetiis. Apud Ioannem Baptistam Ciottum Senensum (1600)
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Book Description Venetiis. Apud Ioannem Baptistam Ciottum Senensum, 1600. Folio, 15½"x10¼" (39.5x26.5cm). Latin language. Two parts, separate engraved title-pages and paginations; with engraved & etched illustrations of games, triumphs and circuses at Rome, Pompeii and Constantinople, based mainly on Roman coins and sculpture. pp(12),1-136 & (2),3-15,(1) including title-pages. With 29 of 32 listed plates (several dated 1580), of which 24 double-page, and 5 folding. A quartet of folding plates joined, to form spectacular panorama of a triumph when opened out (to nearly 1.75m); outermost two plates a little lighter in tone than innermost two. Missing Plates 16 (N), 25 (V) & 26 (X); Plate 13 (L) present between pages 10 & 11, not as listed between pages 40 & 41. Pictorial headpiece on page 1 (replicated on second title-page), four other headpieces, single tailpiece, decorated initial capitals. First title-page a little dust- & handling-marked, tan spot-stain up to 5mm in diameter on one of three illustrations beneath title; fore-edge margin narrow (though leaf not undersized), neat signature in old hand in lower margin; single tiny worm hole in one of three illustrations to right of title, persisting up to page 22 and confined to fore-edge margins of text and most plates; two worm holes 8mm apart in blank section of central title-panel, one of length 3mm and width 1mm diminishing in size until disappearance by third following leaf, the other of diameter just over 1mm persisting up to plate following page 7. Second title-page with pale dampstain over less than half of upper margin, overlapping decorative border by 13mm; fore-edge margin a little dust-marked, lightly toned in parts, and holed in three places - small hole up to 2mm in diameter adjacent to border, to right of which an elongated hole of length 18mm and width up to 2mm, and beneath which a hole of diameter up to 5mm. Fore-edge margins of final three leaves with two small worm holes 4mm apart, one of diameter less than 1mm, the other of length up to 2mm and width up to 1mm. Pale dampstain in upper margins of both text and plates from page 85. Panoramic quartet (following second title-page) also with several misfolds, a number of hardly visible tiny holes in outermost plate, single tiny hole in adjacent plate, and hardly visible V-shaped closed tear of sides 3mm on innermost plate; versos with light dust & other markings. Contents otherwise with just occasional isolated spots. Contemporary full calf panelled binding, original endpapers. Spine missing from four of five compartments, raised bands and original headbands still prominent; present and attached at front hinge only is spine title-compartment, over which a chipped gilt-lettered label. Boards rubbed and patchily darkened, though blindstamped outer borders and gilt- & blindstamped panels reasonably clear; small patches of hide loss over main surfaces, and at edges & corners. Panels with decorative gilt- & blindstamped borders, gilt decorations at corners, and central gilt motif - this between gilt owner's names 'Jan Gerritsz' & 'Vander.Fycr' on front, and gilt 'Spes Mea Deus' & 'Anno 1603' on rear. Ribbon ties at fore-edges perished. Scattering of worm holes and trails on both boards, with only slight penetration into endpapers and contents - up to page 22 and at final three leaves as described above. Three-line inscription dated 1625 at upper edge of front pastedown. Edges of text-block a little age-toned. Binding in poor condition, but holding firmly; contents generally clean and tight, with some very impressive plates. GOOD+ copy. Seller Inventory # 20182

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