Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Brunus Aretinus, Leonardus:
Isagogicon moralis disciplinae. Add: Pseudo- Lucianus Samosatensis (Leo Baptista Alberti): De virtute conquerente; Lucianus: Dialogus de funerali pompa [Latin] (Tr: Rinucius Aretinus)

ISTC No.ib01252500
AuthorBrunus Aretinus, Leonardus
TitleIsagogicon moralis disciplinae. Add: Pseudo- Lucianus Samosatensis (Leo Baptista Alberti): De virtute conquerente; Lucianus: Dialogus de funerali pompa [Latin] (Tr: Rinucius Aretinus)
Imprint[Rome : n.pr., about 1490]
Imprint[Eucharius Silber, about 1495]
Format
NotesOn the types used see CIBN. GW assigned to Silber
De virtute conquerente is said in the book to be a translation by Carolus (Marsupinus) Aretinus of a work by Lucianus; it is in fact Leo Baptista Alberti's original Latin Virtus Dea
Reference worksC 591; R 398; CIBN B-890; IGI 2206; Oates 1555; GW 5619; Lenz 100
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1997. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 25 - Italian Humanism Part II, IH 105

Holdings

FranceParis BN
GermanyKöln DiözB
Stuttgart WLB
ItalyCampobasso P
Firenze Ricc (fragment, quire c only)
Milano Ambr
Napoli U (imperfect, wanting f.c1-6)
Roma Ang (Inc. 706/3,5)
Roma N (2: 70.4.B.27.11 fragment, 14.1.C.7.4 fragment)
Torino N (imperfect, wanting f.c1-6)
Venezia N (imperfect)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandCambridge UL
Glasgow UL
Vatican CityVaticano BAV (2: Inc.IV.574(2), Inc.IV.638(3)
Number of holding institutions14
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:21:42
 

Brunus Aretinus, Leonardus:
Isagogicon moralis disciplinae. Add: Pseudo- Lucianus Samosatensis (Leo Baptista Alberti): De virtute conquerente; Lucianus: Dialogus de funerali pompa [Latin] (Tr: Rinucius Aretinus)

ISTC No.ib01252500
AuthorBrunus Aretinus, Leonardus
TitleIsagogicon moralis disciplinae. Add: Pseudo- Lucianus Samosatensis (Leo Baptista Alberti): De virtute conquerente; Lucianus: Dialogus de funerali pompa [Latin] (Tr: Rinucius Aretinus)
Imprint[Rome : n.pr., about 1490]
Imprint[Eucharius Silber, about 1495]
Format
NotesOn the types used see CIBN. GW assigned to Silber
De virtute conquerente is said in the book to be a translation by Carolus (Marsupinus) Aretinus of a work by Lucianus; it is in fact Leo Baptista Alberti's original Latin Virtus Dea
Reference worksC 591; R 398; CIBN B-890; IGI 2206; Oates 1555; GW 5619; Lenz 100
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1997. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 25 - Italian Humanism Part II, IH 105

Holdings

FranceParis BN
GermanyKöln DiözB
Stuttgart WLB
ItalyCampobasso P
Firenze Ricc (fragment, quire c only)
Milano Ambr
Napoli U (imperfect, wanting f.c1-6)
Roma Ang (Inc. 706/3,5)
Roma N (2: 70.4.B.27.11 fragment, 14.1.C.7.4 fragment)
Torino N (imperfect, wanting f.c1-6)
Venezia N (imperfect)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandCambridge UL
Glasgow UL
Vatican CityVaticano BAV (2: Inc.IV.574(2), Inc.IV.638(3)
Number of holding institutions14
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:21:42