Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Cicero, Marcus Tullius:
Rhetorica ad C. Herennium, Rhetorica nova [Italian] Il Fiore di rettorica. Tr: Galeottus Bononiensis (Guidotto da Bologna)

ISTC No.ic00686500
AuthorCicero, Marcus Tullius
TitleRhetorica ad C. Herennium, Rhetorica nova [Italian] Il Fiore di rettorica. Tr: Galeottus Bononiensis (Guidotto da Bologna)
Imprint[Padua or Venice? : n. pr., about 1475-78?]
Imprint[Venice : Nel Beretin Convento della Ca Grande, about 1472-75]
Format
NotesCIBN demonstrates that this edition copies that of Gabriele de Pietro (GW 11483), and assigns to an unlocated anonymous press, about 1475-78. GW and IGI assigned to the Beretin Convento in Venice. IGI gives the format as 8°
Pseudo- Cicero
Reference worksH[not C] 5091?; R 876; Pell 3659; CIBN C-475 (& fac. I p.561); Hillard 636; IGI 2975; IBE 1677; Bod-inc C-221; Sheppard 3512; GW 11841
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1993. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 2 - The Classics in Translation, CT 26
IISTC. Copy: Roma Cas, Vol. Inc. 1315

Holdings

AustraliaCanberra NL
FranceParis BN
Paris Mazarine
ItalyFirenze N (Pal. E.6.3.52)
Napoli N
Palermo C
Parma Pal
Roma Cas (Vol. Inc. 1315)
SpainEl Escorial RMon
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandOxford Bodley
United States of AmericaNew York, The Morgan Library and Museum
Number of holding institutions11
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:23:47
 

Cicero, Marcus Tullius:
Rhetorica ad C. Herennium, Rhetorica nova [Italian] Il Fiore di rettorica. Tr: Galeottus Bononiensis (Guidotto da Bologna)

ISTC No.ic00686500
AuthorCicero, Marcus Tullius
TitleRhetorica ad C. Herennium, Rhetorica nova [Italian] Il Fiore di rettorica. Tr: Galeottus Bononiensis (Guidotto da Bologna)
Imprint[Padua or Venice? : n. pr., about 1475-78?]
Imprint[Venice : Nel Beretin Convento della Ca Grande, about 1472-75]
Format
NotesCIBN demonstrates that this edition copies that of Gabriele de Pietro (GW 11483), and assigns to an unlocated anonymous press, about 1475-78. GW and IGI assigned to the Beretin Convento in Venice. IGI gives the format as 8°
Pseudo- Cicero
Reference worksH[not C] 5091?; R 876; Pell 3659; CIBN C-475 (& fac. I p.561); Hillard 636; IGI 2975; IBE 1677; Bod-inc C-221; Sheppard 3512; GW 11841
Related resourcesMicrofiche: Primary Source Microfilm (an imprint of Cengage Learning), 1993. Incunabula: the Printing Revolution in Europe 1455-1500. Unit 2 - The Classics in Translation, CT 26
IISTC. Copy: Roma Cas, Vol. Inc. 1315

Holdings

AustraliaCanberra NL
FranceParis BN
Paris Mazarine
ItalyFirenze N (Pal. E.6.3.52)
Napoli N
Palermo C
Parma Pal
Roma Cas (Vol. Inc. 1315)
SpainEl Escorial RMon
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandOxford Bodley
United States of AmericaNew York, The Morgan Library and Museum
Number of holding institutions11
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:23:47