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Item Description: apud Petrum Santandreanum, (Lugduni), 1607. Tagli colorati. Annotazione (titolo) scritta a penna (primi Novecento) sul piatto anteriore cucitura di alcuni fascioli allentata antichi timbri e firma di appartenenza sbiaditi sul frontespizio marginalissimi percorsi di tarlo a pochissime carte senza il Bel frontespizio architettonico testatine capilettera ornati (24) + 871 + (48) p. - 170x100 mm p.perg. cordonata (5 nervi) con titolo oro in finto tassello sul dorso e fregi a secco sui piatti. Bookseller Inventory # 23156

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Item Description: Lyon Antoine Vincent, 1561. Folio, pp. [xii], 364, [36] index; with Vincent's fine large device on title-page; some worming in the blank upper outside margin towards the end, else a good clean copy; rebound modern limp vellum, preserving much earlier century title label and armorial crest; with ties. First edition, published posthumously: Scaliger himself had died in 1558. This is the culmination of 16th century Italian treatises on the ars poetica. Scaliger pays tribute to Aristotle as 'imperator noster, omnium bonarum artium dictator perpetuus'. The book was edited by the scholar and physician Robert Constantin (1530-1605)l, whose prefatory letter to Jean Crespin, the protestant printer at Geneva, states that Scaliger confided the manuscript to him shortly before his death. The work is dedicated and addressed to Scaliger's eldest son Sylvius, in whom he had placed great hopes; in fact, as everyone knows, it was his third son Joseph Justus, who eclipsed all the rest of the family, including his father, in learning. Although this issue has the imprint of Antoine Vincent of Lyon, the book was in fact printed in Geneva by Crespin, and there is an alternative issue with his imprint. BMC French p. 396 (noting the Genevan origin); Adams S595-6 (erroneously supposing the alternative imprint also to originate in Lyon). Bookseller Inventory # 17602

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