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Livy (Titus Livius) [59 B.C-A.D. 17].

Published by In aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri, Venetiis [Heirs of Aldo Manuzio; Andreas Torresanus, Venice]: 1520., Venice (1520)

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About this Item: In aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri, Venetiis [Heirs of Aldo Manuzio; Andreas Torresanus, Venice]: 1520., Venice, 1520. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. ff. [43], [xi], 296 Leaves. As is often the case, the Index is bound before the general text. Aldine anchor and dolphin device on the title page, index title, and last leaf. Latin Italic type. Some old damp stain. Old ownerships. Small 8vo. 17 cm. Worn contemporary full limp vellum binding. This forms the third volume of a set of the Aldine Livy, issued individually, between 1518 and 1533. Edited by Niccolo Perotti (1430-1480) and Joannes Malatesta. Renouard 89:5; Adams L 1322; UCLA I:167. Complete sets, with all five volumes, of this important work from the Aldine press are extremely difficult to obtain. As a service to those trying to complete sets, or those seeking an example of the Aldine Livy, we are pleased to offer a few of the five volumes individually. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! ALDINE BOX SAFE. Seller Inventory # 034OST

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About this Item: Printed for Awnsham Churchill, London, 1686. Full Leather. Condition: Very Good. Pp. 5 p.l., 3-281, [1], lxxx, 283-481, [1], 501-883, [1], 835 (ie. 885)-940, [18] table. Engraved frontispiece of portrait medalions, engraved portrait of Livy on title, two engraved maps of Rome, one double-page engraved plan of the Roman and Carthaginian forces at the Battle of Cannae (facing p. 338). Bound in contemporary mottled calf, later rebacked with elaborately gilt panelled spine between raised bands, morocco label, gilt, corners restored, endpapers renewed. Surfaces and extremities a bit worn, front joint a little tender, armorial bookplate on pastedown, marginal wormtrack through first several leaves, just touching engraved material but remaining clear of text; but generally a nice clean copy in a handsomely restored binding. The famous English translation by Philemon Holland was first published in 1600, later reprinted with the supplements of John Freinshemius and John Dujatius in 1659, and finally reissued (1686) in an updated form by Edmund Bohun (1645-169 9), with the addition of engraved material. Wing L2615. Moss II 212. Lowndes III, 1374. Brueggemann 635. Size: Folio. Seller Inventory # 21460

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Historiarum ab urbe condita, libri qui extant: LIVIUS, Titus (59

LIVIUS, Titus (59 a.c. 17 d.C.)

Published by Venetiis, in Aedibus Manutianis. 1572, Venetiis (1572)

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About this Item: Venetiis, in Aedibus Manutianis. 1572, Venetiis, 1572. Rilegato. Condition: in ottime condizioni. . Caroli Sigonii scholia, quibus iidem libri, atque epitomae partim emendatur, partim etiam explanantur, ab Auctore multis in partibus aucre. 3 parti in 2 volumi in-folio, legatura settecentesca, taglio maculato in rosso. Impressa aldina incisa in legno sui frontespizi. Ottimo esemplare di questa pregevole e rara edizione aldina. Monumentale storia di Roma "ad urbe condita", della quale sono giunti a noi solo 35 libri (la prima, la terza, la quarta e metà della quinta decade) mentre l' opera completa era suddivisa in 142 libri. Più che uno storico nel senso moderno della parola, Tito Livio è un narratore dell' epopea del popolo romano La sua imparzialità, tuttavia, fu tra gli altri riconosciuta da Tacito. Il Commentario di Carlo Sigonio è uno dei più stimati. Schweiger, I, p. 531. Renouard, Annales des Alde, p. 214. Adams, Cambridge Libraries, 1346. B.M.C., S.T.C. of Italian books, p. 390. Seller Inventory # 000056

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