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Cicero, Marcus Tullius:
Epistolae selectae [Latin and Italian]. Ed: Cosmas Barignana

ISTC No.ic00540400
AuthorCicero, Marcus Tullius
TitleEpistolae selectae [Latin and Italian]. Ed: Cosmas Barignana
Imprint[Brescia : Thomas Ferrandus, about 1493]
Imprint[Milan : Printer of Cicero, about 1495]
Format
NotesFormerly assigned to an anonymous press in Milan (BMC, GW). Reattributed to Ferrandus (to whom his grandson Barignana dedicates the translation) by D.E. Rhodes in Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library 67 (1984) p. 555
Contents: Ad familiares XIII 30 - XIV 24. (Pseudo-) Demosthenes: Epistula ad Alexandrum. (Pseudo-) Philippus Rex Macedonum: Epistula ad Aristotelem (Aulus Gellius, Noctes Att. IX.3.5). (Pseudo-) Alexander Magnus: Epistula ad Aristotelem (Plutarch, Alexander 7). With the exception of the last two pieces, the Latin texts of the first three quires are translated into Italian in the last three
Reference worksC 1618; TFS 1906ss; Veneziani(Brescia) 16; Pr 7414; BMC VI 796; GW 6878
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1993 & 2011. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 2 - The Classics in Translation, CT 17; Unit 90 - Printing in Milan Part I, ML 35

Holdings

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (IA.31021) (Former pressmark IA.26987)
Number of holding institutions1
Last Edit2016-07-13 12:00:00.00
 

Cicero, Marcus Tullius:
Epistolae selectae [Latin and Italian]. Ed: Cosmas Barignana

ISTC No.ic00540400
AuthorCicero, Marcus Tullius
TitleEpistolae selectae [Latin and Italian]. Ed: Cosmas Barignana
Imprint[Brescia : Thomas Ferrandus, about 1493]
Imprint[Milan : Printer of Cicero, about 1495]
Format
NotesFormerly assigned to an anonymous press in Milan (BMC, GW). Reattributed to Ferrandus (to whom his grandson Barignana dedicates the translation) by D.E. Rhodes in Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library 67 (1984) p. 555
Contents: Ad familiares XIII 30 - XIV 24. (Pseudo-) Demosthenes: Epistula ad Alexandrum. (Pseudo-) Philippus Rex Macedonum: Epistula ad Aristotelem (Aulus Gellius, Noctes Att. IX.3.5). (Pseudo-) Alexander Magnus: Epistula ad Aristotelem (Plutarch, Alexander 7). With the exception of the last two pieces, the Latin texts of the first three quires are translated into Italian in the last three
Reference worksC 1618; TFS 1906ss; Veneziani(Brescia) 16; Pr 7414; BMC VI 796; GW 6878
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1993 & 2011. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 2 - The Classics in Translation, CT 17; Unit 90 - Printing in Milan Part I, ML 35

Holdings

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (IA.31021) (Former pressmark IA.26987)
Number of holding institutions1
Last Edit2016-07-13 12:00:00.00