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GIOVENALE / PERSIO.

Published by Apud Franciscum Pitteri, Venetiis (1740)

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About this Item: Apud Franciscum Pitteri, Venetiis, 1740. Copertina rigida. Condition: discrete. Testo latino. Cm.15,6x8,5. Pg.252. Legatura in piena pergamena rigida coeva, con titolo manoscritto al dorso a tre nervature.e spellature. Doppio frontespizio, il primo in rosso e nero, ma unica numerazione delle pagine. Manca il foglio di guardia anteriore. 150 gr. Seller Inventory # 104702

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About this Item: apud Guilielmum Blaeuw - Blaeu - Blaeuv, Amsterdami, 1631. Condition: Collectible; Good. in 16°, pergamena, pp. 142-(2)+39+126-(6). Firma di appartenenza (in parte visibile), strappi, segni di piega e lieve mancanza al frontespizio.- Auli Persii Flacci Satyrae VI cum posthumis commentariis Ioannis Bond. Accessit index verborum, Amstelaedami, apud Iohannem Blaeu, 1645.- Auli Persii Flacci Satyrae sex, Amsterdami, apud Guilielmum Blaeuv, 1630. Seller Inventory # 17624

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D. IUNII IUVENALIS et AULI PERSII Flacci: JUVENAL, PERSE

JUVENAL, PERSE

Published by Ioannem Ianssonium, Amsterodami [Amsterdam] (1648)

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About this Item: Ioannem Ianssonium, Amsterodami [Amsterdam], 1648. Couverture rigide. Condition: Bon. in-12° (7,6 x 13,6cm), (6), 7-189 pp. pleine basane d'époque, dos à nerfs orné d'une pièce de titre, palette et caissons à fleurons dorés, roulette sur les coupes, tranches mouchetées. (reliure légèrement frottée, coins émoussés, un coin tassé, fine cerne claire en marge à deux feuillets, faibles brunissures). Texte en italique. Titre-frontispice gravé. Lettrines. Marque d'imprimeur au titre pour les satyres de Perse. Seller Inventory # 018325

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About this Item: apud Antonium Gryphium, Lugduni, 1567. Copertina rigida. Condition: discrete. Testo latino. Cm.11,4x7. Pg.192. Legatura in piena pergamena, con titoli impressi in oro al dorso. Tagli spruzzati in rosso. Al frontespizio marca tipografica con il grifone e il motto "Virtute duce, comite fortuna". 100 gr. Seller Inventory # 127544

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Q. Horatii Flacci Odarum sive Carminum libri: HORATIUS.

About this Item: Paris (Parisiis), Apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1535 - 1541. (Ad 1 & 2: 1539. Ad 3: 1535. Ad 4: 1541), 1535. 8vo. 4 volumes in 1: 96,75,64 & 12 leaves. 20th century red morocco. 8vo. 17.5 cm (Ref: Ad 1: Schweiger 2,420, reissue of the edition of 1533. Brunet 3,314: 'Texte d'Alde, édition correcte'. Dibdin 2,93. Moss 2,12. Graesse 3,350. Ebert 10154) Ad 2: Schweiger 2,426. Brunet 3,314. Dibdin 2,93. Moss 2,12. Graesse 3,350. Ebert 10154. Ad 3: Schweiger 2,503 & 508, reissue edition of 1528, Brunet 3,630. Dibdin 2,153. Graesse 3,519. Ebert 11224. Ad 4: Schweiger 2,709. cf. Moss 2,259. Dibdin 2,153. Graesse 5,212) (Details: Back ruled gilt, and with a black morocco shield. Each of the four titles shows Colinaeus' woodcut printer's mark: the Great Reaper, Tempus, swaying his scythe; 'Father Time', in the shape of a winged Satyr, moves on a broad pedestal, above which are shown flowers and grass cut down; behind this figure we read word 'Tempus'; upon the pedestal is the motto: 'Virtus sola aciem retundit istam'. All 4 copies printed completely in Italics. Dibdin on this Italic letter: 'To the curious, this will be an additional incitement to purchase the work, as Colinaeus is thought, perhaps not very justly, to have surpassed Aldus himself in the Italic type'. Woodcut initials) (Condition: Wear to the extremities. Back slightly rubbed. 3 small & old inscriptions on the first title, which is somewhat soiled; one of the names has been erased. Small wormhole in the first four leaves. Occasional old ink underlings and annotations) (Note: This convolute contains 4 titles which were published by Simon de Colines, who was one of the greatest typographers, printers and publishers of Renaissance Paris. He was active in Paris between 1520 and 1546, and cut lucid and elegant roman and italic types and a beautiful Greek type, superior to its predecessors. Colines was associated with the elder Henri Estienne I, and continued his work after his death in 1520. He married the widow of Henri Estienne, and was in charge of the press until Estienne’s son Robert I entered the business in 1526, by which time Colines had set up his own shop nearby. In 1528 he began to use italic type. Colines published many Greek and Latin classics. In 2012 K. Amert published a monograph: 'The Scythe and the Rabbit: Simon de Colines and the Culture of the Book in Renaissance Paris'. § All four titles in this binding form more or less a unity, not only with respect to content, the best of Latin poetry, but also in appearance. Colines chose for all four good quality paper, the same type, and the same layout. Even the appearance and the wording of the title pages show similarity. Colines did not only have taste, but he had also a sharp eye for good scholarship. He chose to reissue editions of the Venetian printer Aldus Manutius, whose books were amongst the best of his age, sometimes for centuries to come. The Horace volumes were first published by Colines in 1528. At the end Colines placed a short metrical treatise of the Italian humanist Nicolaus Perrotti, 1429-1480, his 'libellus de metris Odarum Horatiarum'. In the margins of his Juvenal Colines repeated the marginal notes that were printed in the Horace/Juvenal edition of 1524, published by the Basle publisher Valentin Curio. (In aedibus Valentini Curionis) In Blackwell's Companion to the ancient world, 'A Companion to Persius and Juvenal' edited by S. Braund & J. Osgood, Oxford 2012, chapter 'Renaissance scholarship on Juvenal and Persius', these marginal notes in the edition of Valentin Curio are erroneously attributed to the Italian humanist Celio Secondo Curione, in Latin Caelius Secundus Curio, 1503-1569. This misunderstanding probably arises from the fact that Caelius Secundus Curio published a folio edition of the satires with commentary of Juvenal & Persius in Basel (Froben/Episcopius) in 1551. (See Schweiger 2,509)) (Provenance: At the upper edge of the title: 'phi ign: pagart, no. 193'. We found a Philippe Ignace Pagart in 'Coutumes locales tant anciennes que nouvelles des bailliages, ville et echevinage de Saint. Seller Inventory # 120259

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About this Item: Lugduni Batavorum : apud Petrum vander Aa. Leyden., 1695. hardcover. 980 (68 S. Index), 214 (16 S. Index) Seiten. Pergamenteinband, Rückentitel, Rotschnitt, Fadenheftung, Titelseiten in Rot/Schwarz-Druck. Einband gering fleckig, Wurmgang auf den 3 letzten Seiten, alle Seiten und alle Kupferstiche in gutem Zustand, In Lateinisch. Vellum binding , title on spine , red cut , sewn , covers in red / black printing . Binding slightly spotted , worm hole on the 3 last pages, all pages and all engravings in good condition, in Latin. Frontispiz,11 Kupferstiche, zahlr. Vignetten. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2400. Seller Inventory # 247373

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About this Item: Petrum Vander Aa, Paperback. Condition: ANCIEN. 2 tomes en 1 vol. in-4 de 17 nch.-980p.-34 fnch.-7 fnch.-214 p.-8 fnch., pages de titre en rouge et noir, bandeaux, lettrines, culs de lampe, frontispice de I. Goeree gravé par I. Mulder et 12 planches h-t. gravés à leau-forte, plein veau époque, dos à nerfs très orné, coiffes ab., rouss. éparses, mouill. claires marginales, restaurations anciennes en tête des p. 25 à 31, cahiers Ppp, Cccc pliés à lenvers, tranches mouchetées, [exemplaire collationné]. Seller Inventory # A12497-953

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