Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Benignus, Georgius:
Mirabilia septem et septuaginta in opusculo Nicolai de Mirabilibus

ISTC No.ib00323500
AuthorBenignus, Georgius
TitleMirabilia septem et septuaginta in opusculo Nicolai de Mirabilibus
Imprint[Florence : Printer of Vergilius (C 6061), after 27 July 1489]
Imprint[Printer of Benignus, 'Dialectica'],
Format
NotesOn the press, see Ridolfi. GW assigned to the Printer of Benignus
A response to the Disputatio of Nicolaus de Mirabilibus, Goff M615, printed 27 July 1489 (see C. Dionisotti in Italia medioevale e umanistica, 4 (1961) pp. 311-14)
Reference worksHC 2782; Ridolfi p.105; Pell 2042; IGI 1474; Sajó-Soltész 550; Oates 2419.5; GW 3842
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1998. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 28 - Philosophy: Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance Part III, PH 153

Holdings

AustriaKremsmünster, Benediktiner
Wien, ÖNB (Ink 2.H.37)
HungaryBudapest Bibl nat
ItalyFirenze Laur (Antinori 13 fragment)
Firenze Ricc
Napoli N
Pistoia Sem
Roma Cors (53.A.28)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandCambridge UL
United States of AmericaNew York, The Morgan Library and Museum
Number of holding institutions10
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:19:11
 

Benignus, Georgius:
Mirabilia septem et septuaginta in opusculo Nicolai de Mirabilibus

ISTC No.ib00323500
AuthorBenignus, Georgius
TitleMirabilia septem et septuaginta in opusculo Nicolai de Mirabilibus
Imprint[Florence : Printer of Vergilius (C 6061), after 27 July 1489]
Imprint[Printer of Benignus, 'Dialectica'],
Format
NotesOn the press, see Ridolfi. GW assigned to the Printer of Benignus
A response to the Disputatio of Nicolaus de Mirabilibus, Goff M615, printed 27 July 1489 (see C. Dionisotti in Italia medioevale e umanistica, 4 (1961) pp. 311-14)
Reference worksHC 2782; Ridolfi p.105; Pell 2042; IGI 1474; Sajó-Soltész 550; Oates 2419.5; GW 3842
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1998. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 28 - Philosophy: Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance Part III, PH 153

Holdings

AustriaKremsmünster, Benediktiner
Wien, ÖNB (Ink 2.H.37)
HungaryBudapest Bibl nat
ItalyFirenze Laur (Antinori 13 fragment)
Firenze Ricc
Napoli N
Pistoia Sem
Roma Cors (53.A.28)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandCambridge UL
United States of AmericaNew York, The Morgan Library and Museum
Number of holding institutions10
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:19:11