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Epistolarum Pauli Manutii libri XII (duodecim). Ad: Manutius, Paulus (Manuzio,

Manutius, Paulus (Manuzio, Paolo)

Published by Collegium Academicum Societatis Jesu, Tyrnaviae (Tirnau/Turnau/Tyrnau) (1762)

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About this Item: Collegium Academicum Societatis Jesu, Tyrnaviae (Tirnau/Turnau/Tyrnau), 1762. 4to. Mit mehreren figürlichen u. ornamentalen Holzschnitt-Vignetten u. Initialen. 12 Bl., 487 S., 3, 1 w. Bl. Ldr. d. Zeit auf 5 Bünden m. 2 RSchildern. Marmorschnitt. In lateinischer Sprache. - Seltene ungarische Ausgabe der Briefe des Buchdruckers Paulus Manutius (1512-1574), Sohn des Aldus Manutius an berühmte Persönlichkeiten seiner Zeit, ergänzt um die Widmungsvorreden zu den von ihm veranstalteten Ausgaben der klassischen Autoren. Gedruckt bei den Jesuiten in Tyrnau (Trnava, heute in d. Slovakei, Nagyszombat auf ungarisch, vgl. Zedler 45, Sp. 2118ff.) u. herausgegeben von Samuel Nitray. - Gelenke angeplatzt, Rücken oben u. unten m. größeren Fehlstellen, etw. wurmstichig, m. farblosem Lack überzogen, kl. Signaturschild. Fehlstellen an d. Deckeln, Kanten bestoßen. Vorsatz u. Titelbl. m. kl. Abriß. Stellenweise gering stockfleckig. gr. Seller Inventory # 1421

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Manutius, Paulus. Cicero's letters to Atticus with notes by Paolo Manuzio

Published by Venice, Aldus (1568)

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About this Item: Venice, Aldus, 1568. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 5th or later Edition. (Cicero) Manutius, Paulus. Commentarius Pauli Manutii in epistolas Ciceronis ad Atticum[.] Index rerum & uerborum. Venice, Aldo II Manuzio, 1568. 12mo. 752 + 18 + [69 + 1 blank]p. Italic & roman letter. Aldine device on title. Historiated woodcut initial at beginning of preface. Stiff vellum with gilt title lettering on spine. Considerably enlarged and revised 5th edition of Manutius’ celebrated commentary on Cicero’s letters to his intimate friend Titus Pomponius Atticus, compiled by Cicero’s secretary Marcus Tullius Tiro (68-43 BC). The commentary is followed by biographical notes on Atticus and by a comprehensive index.Paolo Manuzio (1512-74), third son of Aldo the Elder, founder of the Aldine press, was a distinguished humanist renowned for his own letters composed in Ciceronian style. He handed over control of the Aldine press to his son Aldus junior in 1561 when he moved to Rome to accept a commission by Pope Pius IV to manage a papal printing house. His redaction of Cicero’s letters was the main source for all later editions of the text. A good copy with a contemporary manuscript ownership entry on blank verso of last index leaf. USTC 840485. Seller Inventory # ABE-15434141775

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Manutius, Paulus. Cicero's letters to Atticus with notes by Paolo Manuzio

Published by Venice, Paolo Manuzio (1553)

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About this Item: Venice, Paolo Manuzio, 1553. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 3rd Edition. (Cicero) Manutius, Paulus. In Epistolas Ciceronis ad Atticum, Pauli Manutii commentarius. Venice, Paolo Manuzio, 1553. 12mo. [4] + 416(misnumb. 414) f. Text in italic, capitals in roman letter. Aldine anchor & dolphin device on title. Historiated woodcut initial at beginning of preface. Late 18th century half vellum with morocco label; bookblock in red; worn. Enlarged, revised and corrected edition of Manutius’ celebrated commentary on Cicero’s letters to his intimate friend Titus Pomponius Atticus, compiled by Cicero’s secretary Marcus Tullius Tiro (68-43 BC). The scholar-printer, Paolo Manuzio (1512-74), third son of Aldo the Elder, founder of the Aldine press, was a distinguished humanist renowned for his own letters composed in Ciceronian style. His redaction of Cicero’s letters was the main source for all later editions of the text. A good copy; top margins shortened without loss. Adams I, M-459; CNC 27833; Renouard 157,11. Seller Inventory # ABE-15434593387

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Manutius, Paulus. Cicero's letters to Atticus with notes by Paolo Manuzio

Published by Venice,Aldus (1547)

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About this Item: Venice,Aldus, 1547. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. (Cicero) Manutius, Paulus. In Epistolas Ciceronis Ad Atticum, Pauli Manutii Commentarius. Venice, sons of Aldus, 1547. 12mo. [6] + 469 + [1]f. Italic. Capitals in roman type. Anchor & dolphin device on title and on verso of last leaf. Vellum, gilt. First Aldine edition of Manutius’ celebrated commentary on the 16 books of Cicero’s letters to his closest friend Titus Pomponius Atticus, compiled by Cicero’s secretary Marcus Tullius Tiro (68-43 BC). The Venetian scholar printer Paolo Manuzio (1512-74), third son of Aldo the Elder, was a distinguished humanist renowned for his letters in Ciceronian style. His redaction of Cicero’s letters was the main source for all later editions. ‘Perhaps the most valuable of Cicero's surviving works are the letters, such a vivid commentary on the last years of the Roman Republic as we have of no other period of ancient times. Here alone, devoid of formality, the character of Cicero can be seen.’(PPM) Harvard duplicate with release stamp on blank verso of title and on bookplate inside frontcover. A good copy; only minor traces of usage in a few margin edges. Adams C-1914; Renouard 129,2. Seller Inventory # ABE-15434138772

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