Incunabula Short Title Catalogue

Plutarchus:
Vitae illustrium virorum [Italian]. Tr: Battista Alessandro Jaconello from the Latin versions of Lapus Florentinus, Leonardus Brunus Aretinus, Donatus Acciaiolus and others. Add: Jaconello: Sonetti, Epistola a Lodovico Torti

ISTC No.ip00836000
AuthorPlutarchus
TitleVitae illustrium virorum [Italian]. Tr: Battista Alessandro Jaconello from the Latin versions of Lapus Florentinus, Leonardus Brunus Aretinus, Donatus Acciaiolus and others. Add: Jaconello: Sonetti, Epistola a Lodovico Torti
ImprintAquila : Adam de Rottweil, for Ludovicus Tortus, Dominicus de Montorio and Ludovicus de Camillis, 16 Sept. 1482
Format
NotesCopies are known with and without the table of contents at the beginning and the register at the end (cf. A. Dragonetti and A. Fabrizi in Convegno storico Abruzzese-Molisano, 25-29 marzo 1931, Atti e Memorie (1933) pp.281-87)
Only the first part of the translation was published. The lives printed here are those of Theseus, Romulus, Lycurgus, Numa, Themistocles, Camillus, Hannibal, Scipio, Timoleon, Aemilius Paulus, Pyrrhus, Marius, Lysander, Sulla, Eumenes, Sertorius, Cimon, Lucullus, Nicias, Crassus, Agesilaus, Pompeius, Alexander, Caesar, Phocion, Cato
Reference worksGoff P836; HCR 13132; GfT 1645; Pell Ms 9566 (9390); CIBN P-494; Hillard 1668; Neveu 493; IBE 4700; IGI 7926; Sajó-Soltész 2801; Voull(B) 2710; Günt(L) 11; Oates 2710; Pr 7277; BMC VII 1097; GW M34492; Fac: Ed. A. Petrucci, Aquila, 1982
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 92

Holdings

AustriaWien, ÖNB (Ink 8.E.16)
BelgiumBrussels, BR
FranceParis BN
Paris Mazarine
Rouen BM
GermanyLeipzig DB/BuchM
Stuttgart WLB (imperfect)
HungaryBudapest Univ
ItalyBologna C
Camerino C
Carmagnola C (imperfect)
Carpi Agost
Ferrara C
Firenze Maruc (imperfect)
Firenze N (2: Pal. E.6.1.23, Magl. B.7.7 imperfect, wanting ff. a1-2)
Firenze Ridolfi
Imola C (imperfect)
L'Aquila P (3)
Lucca G (imperfect)
Modena Est
Napoli N (imperfect)
Napoli U
Parma Pal
Pavia Coll Borromeo
Pescara P (imperfect)
Roma Cas (Vol. Inc. 395)
Roma Cors (51.D.23)
Roma N (70.2.B.10, imperfect)
Sulmona C (imperfect)
Volterra C Guarn (imperfect)
RussiaMoscow SL (Leipzig DB/Buch copy)
SpainBarcelona BU
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (C.1.c.7 = IB.34504)
Cambridge UL (imperfect)
Cardiff PL (imperfect)
Manchester JRL (18391)
United States of AmericaBrown Univ., Annmary Brown Memorial Collection
Library of Congress, John Boyd Thacher Collection
New York, The Morgan Library and Museum
San Marino CA, Huntington Library (-)
Wellesley College Library
Vatican CityVaticano BAV (5: Inc.III.252, Stamp.Ross.2100, Stamp.Ferr.III.1753, Stamp.Chig.III.411, Inc.De.Luca.38)
Number of holding institutions42
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:41:14
 

Plutarchus:
Vitae illustrium virorum [Italian]. Tr: Battista Alessandro Jaconello from the Latin versions of Lapus Florentinus, Leonardus Brunus Aretinus, Donatus Acciaiolus and others. Add: Jaconello: Sonetti, Epistola a Lodovico Torti

ISTC No.ip00836000
AuthorPlutarchus
TitleVitae illustrium virorum [Italian]. Tr: Battista Alessandro Jaconello from the Latin versions of Lapus Florentinus, Leonardus Brunus Aretinus, Donatus Acciaiolus and others. Add: Jaconello: Sonetti, Epistola a Lodovico Torti
ImprintAquila : Adam de Rottweil, for Ludovicus Tortus, Dominicus de Montorio and Ludovicus de Camillis, 16 Sept. 1482
Format
NotesCopies are known with and without the table of contents at the beginning and the register at the end (cf. A. Dragonetti and A. Fabrizi in Convegno storico Abruzzese-Molisano, 25-29 marzo 1931, Atti e Memorie (1933) pp.281-87)
Only the first part of the translation was published. The lives printed here are those of Theseus, Romulus, Lycurgus, Numa, Themistocles, Camillus, Hannibal, Scipio, Timoleon, Aemilius Paulus, Pyrrhus, Marius, Lysander, Sulla, Eumenes, Sertorius, Cimon, Lucullus, Nicias, Crassus, Agesilaus, Pompeius, Alexander, Caesar, Phocion, Cato
Reference worksGoff P836; HCR 13132; GfT 1645; Pell Ms 9566 (9390); CIBN P-494; Hillard 1668; Neveu 493; IBE 4700; IGI 7926; Sajó-Soltész 2801; Voull(B) 2710; Günt(L) 11; Oates 2710; Pr 7277; BMC VII 1097; GW M34492; Fac: Ed. A. Petrucci, Aquila, 1982
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 92

Holdings

AustriaWien, ÖNB (Ink 8.E.16)
BelgiumBrussels, BR
FranceParis BN
Paris Mazarine
Rouen BM
GermanyLeipzig DB/BuchM
Stuttgart WLB (imperfect)
HungaryBudapest Univ
ItalyBologna C
Camerino C
Carmagnola C (imperfect)
Carpi Agost
Ferrara C
Firenze Maruc (imperfect)
Firenze N (2: Pal. E.6.1.23, Magl. B.7.7 imperfect, wanting ff. a1-2)
Firenze Ridolfi
Imola C (imperfect)
L'Aquila P (3)
Lucca G (imperfect)
Modena Est
Napoli N (imperfect)
Napoli U
Parma Pal
Pavia Coll Borromeo
Pescara P (imperfect)
Roma Cas (Vol. Inc. 395)
Roma Cors (51.D.23)
Roma N (70.2.B.10, imperfect)
Sulmona C (imperfect)
Volterra C Guarn (imperfect)
RussiaMoscow SL (Leipzig DB/Buch copy)
SpainBarcelona BU
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBritish Library (C.1.c.7 = IB.34504)
Cambridge UL (imperfect)
Cardiff PL (imperfect)
Manchester JRL (18391)
United States of AmericaBrown Univ., Annmary Brown Memorial Collection
Library of Congress, John Boyd Thacher Collection
New York, The Morgan Library and Museum
San Marino CA, Huntington Library (-)
Wellesley College Library
Vatican CityVaticano BAV (5: Inc.III.252, Stamp.Ross.2100, Stamp.Ferr.III.1753, Stamp.Chig.III.411, Inc.De.Luca.38)
Number of holding institutions42
Last Edit2021-03-26 09:41:14