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    1. Search result: 26.

      Title

      Della vera tranquillità dell’animo / Opera utilissima, & nuouamente composta dalla illustrissima Signora la signora Isabella Sforza..

      Author
      • Sforza, Isabella 1503-1561.
      Other titles
      • Della vera tranqvillità dell'animo
      Published
      • In Vinegia : In casa de' figliuoli di Aldo. M. D. XLIIII. [1544]
      Physical description
      52 [i.e.53], [1] leaves ; 21 cm. (4to)
      Notes
      See detail records for Notes relating to this item.
      Other names
      • Isabella d’Aragona, Duchess of Milan, consort of Gian Galeazzo Sforza, Duke of Milan 1470-1524.
      • Landi, Ortensio ca. 1512-ca. 1553.
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      Direct Link
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      26.1

      Title

      Della vera tranquillità dell' animo. / [By Sforza, Isabella.]

      Author
      • Sforza, Isabella.
      Published
      • In Vinegia : in casa de' figliuoli di Aldo 1544
      Physical description
      53 leaves (4o)
      Notes
      • Place of publication and publisher from colophon.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Aldo the Elder, Sons of.
      Related item
      • Referenced by: Adams S1044
      • Referenced by: CLC S1193
      Format
      • Printed

      26.2

      Title

      Della vera tranquillità dell’animo / Opera utilissima, & nuouamente composta dalla illustrissima Signora la signora Isabella Sforza..

      Author
      • Sforza, Isabella 1503-1561.
      Other titles
      • Della vera tranqvillità dell'animo
      Published
      • In Vinegia : In casa de' figliuoli di Aldo. M. D. XLIIII. [1544]
      Physical description
      52 [i.e.53], [1] leaves ; 21 cm. (4to)
      Notes
      • Error in foliation: 53 numbered 52.
      • Signatures: A-M⁴, N⁶.
      • Place and publisher statement taken from colophon.
      • Colophon reads: In casa de’ figliuoli di Aldo. In Vinegia, nel mese di Luglio, M. D. XLIIII.
      • Author identified in Passano, G.B. Dizionario di opere anonime e pseudonime, in supplemento a quello di Gaetano Melzi, p. 313. Also attributed to Isabella d’Aragona; see NUC pre ’56.
      • Dedication signed by Ortensio Lando with his pseudonym: Tranquillo; cf. Melzi, G. Dizionario di opere anonime e pseudonime.
      • Aldine device on title-page and verso of final leaf.
      • At foot of title-page: Con priuilegio del sommo Pontefice Papa Paolo III. & della Illustrissima Signoria di Venegia, per anni X.
      • Signature catchwords.
      • Capital spaces, with guide letters.
      • Printed by Paolo Manuzio; see Renouard.
      • Printed in roman type.
      Other names
      • Isabella d’Aragona, Duchess of Milan, consort of Gian Galeazzo Sforza, Duke of Milan 1470-1524.
      • Landi, Ortensio ca. 1512-ca. 1553.
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      Related item
      • Referenced by: Ahmanson-Murphy (2001) 318
      • Referenced by: Renouard, A.A., Annales de l’imprimerie des Alde (3rd edition, 1834) 129:1
      • Referenced by: Leigh, C.W.E., Catalogue of the Christie Collection p. 403
      • Referenced by: BM STC, Italian, 1465-1600 p. 624
      • Referenced by: Adams S1044
      • Referenced by: Kallendorf & Wells, Aldine Press books at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center 293
      • Referenced by: Online Catalog of The Pierpont Morgan Library PML 1598
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Manchester University Printed

      26.3

      Title

      Della vera tranquillità dell'animo / Opera utilissima & nuouamente composta dalla illustrissima signora la signora Isabella Sforza..

      Author
      • Sforza, Isabella 1503-1561.
      Other titles
      • Della vera tranqvillità dell'animo
      Published
      • [In Vinegia,] : [In casa de' figliuoli di Aldo.] M. D. XLIIII
      Physical description
      53, [1] leaves ; 4⁰.
      Notes
      • Author identified in Passano, G.B. Dizionario di opere anonime e pseudonime, in supplemento a quello di Gaetano Melzi, p. 313. Also attributed to Isabella d'Aragona. Cf. NUC pre '56.
      • Dedication signed by Ortensio Lando with his pseudonym: Tranquillo. Cf. Melzi, G. Dizionario di opere anonime e pseudonime.
      • Place and printer's name from colophon.
      • Printer's device on title page and verso of final leaf.
      • Signatures: A-M⁴ N⁶.
      • Spaces with guide letters left for capitals.
      Other names
      • Isabella d'Aragona, Duchess of Milan, consort of Gian Galeazzo Sforza, Duke of Milan 1470-1524.
      • Landi, Ortensio approximately 1512-approximately 1553 [editor]
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      Related item
      • Referenced by: Adams S1044
      • Referenced by: Renouard p. 129 no. 1
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Oxford University Printed
    2. Search result: 27.

      Title

      Odysseia. Batrachomyomachia. Hymnoi. 32 = Vlyssea. Batrachomyomachia. Hymni. xxxii.. / [By Homer.]

      Author
      • Homer.
      In
      Other titles
      • Works. Greek.
      • Translation: Vlyssea. Batrachomyomachia. Hymni. xxxii
      • Odyssey.
      • Battle of the frogs and mice.
      • Homeric hymns.
      • Hērodotou Bios Homērou.
      • Ploutarchou Bios Homērou.
      • Batrachomyomachia.
      • Hymnoi 32.
      Published
      • Venetiis : In aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asulani soceri. M. D. XVII. Mense iunio [1517]
      Physical description
      251, [1] leaves ; 18 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Aldine device on title-page and on verso of final leaf (sig. I4).
      • Capital spaces with guide letters.
      • Homeric text printed in greek type; dedication in small italic roman type.
      • Second of two volumes of Homer's works in greek. Revised from the first Aldine edition, edited by Aldus Pius Manutius ca. 1504; cf. Renouard.
      • Dedicatory epistle by Aldus to Girolamo Aleandro on leaves A1 verso- A2 recto is reprinted from the 1504 edition; see Renouard.
      • Collation: Octavo. 252 leaves. Signatures:a-z⁸, A-H⁸, I⁴. An additional 56 un-numbered leaves containing the Life of Homer: gatherings 1-7⁸ can be found attached to either volume; cf. Renouard.
      • Various errors in foliation: 1-40, 49-64, 57-113, 116, 115, 114, 117, 120, 119, 118, 121-251, [1].
      • Colophon (on leaf I4 recto) reads: "Venetiis in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asulani soceri. M. D. XVII. Mense iunio" (i.e. without a final period)
      • Imprint taken from the colophon.
      • Text entirely in greek, except for an added title and Aldus's preface in latin.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 50-1515.
      • Aleandro, Girolamo 1480-1542 [dedicatee]
      • Aedes Aldi et Andreae Soceri [printer]
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/28262953?style=html&title=Odysseia.%20Batrachomyomachia.%20Hymnoi.%2032%20%3DVlyssea.%20Batrachomyomachia.
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      1. Manchester University Printed
    3. Search result: 28.

      Title

      Ammōniou tou Hermeiou Eis tas tou Aristotelous Katēgorias hypomnēma. = Ammonij Hermiae In Praedicamenta Aristotelis commentarius. Aristotelis vita.. / [By Ammonius Hermiae.]

      Author
      • Ammonius Hermiae.
      Other titles
      • In Aristotelis Categorias commentarius
      • Eis tas tou Aristotelous Katēgorias hypomnēma
      • Translation: Ammonij Hermiae In Praedicamenta Aristotelis commentarius
      • Translation: Ammonii Hermiae In Praedicamenta Aristotelis commentarivs
      • In Praedicamenta Aristotelis commentarius
      • In Praedicamenta Aristotelis commentarivs
      Published
      • Venetiis : [Apud Aldi filios] M. D. XLVI. [1546]
      Physical description
      [1], 2-152 leaves ; 17 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      See detail records for Notes relating to this item.
      Other names
      • Rositini, Pietro 16th cent.
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 50-1515 eredi di [printer]
      • Aldi Filii [printer]
      Related item
      • Includes: Aristotle. Categoriae.
      • Includes: Aristotelis vita.
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/28262953?style=html&title=Ammo%CC%84niou%20tou%20Hermeiou%20Eis%20tas%20tou%20Aristotelous%20Kate%CC%84gorias
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      Title

      Ammōniou tou Hermeiou Eis tas tou Aristotelous Katēgorias hypomnēma. = Ammonij Hermiae In Praedicamenta Aristotelis commentarius. Aristotelis vita.. / [By Ammonius Hermiae.]

      Author
      • Ammonius Hermiae.
      Other titles
      • In Aristotelis Categorias commentarius
      • Eis tas tou Aristotelous Katēgorias hypomnēma
      • Translation: Ammonij Hermiae In Praedicamenta Aristotelis commentarius
      • Translation: Ammonii Hermiae In Praedicamenta Aristotelis commentarivs
      • In Praedicamenta Aristotelis commentarius
      • In Praedicamenta Aristotelis commentarivs
      Published
      • Venetiis : [Apud Aldi filios] M. D. XLVI. [1546]
      Physical description
      [1], 2-152 leaves ; 17 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Printer's device on title-page.
      • Woodcut and typographical diagrams.
      • Capital spaces with guide-letters.
      • Signature catchwords.
      • Edited by Pietro Rostinio; cf. Renouard and BM STC, Italian, 1465-1600.
      • First part of title transliterated from the Greek.
      • No colophon.
      • Publisher statement deduced from colophon of associated issues.
      • Printed by Paolo Manuzio; cf. Ahmanson-Murphy and Renouard.
      • Signatures: AA-TT⁸.
      • Issued with: Ammōniou tou Hermeiou Eis tas pente phōnas tou Porphyriou hypomnēma; Ammōniou tou Hermeiou eis to tou Aristotelous Peri hermēneias hypomnēma, both published under the same imprint, in the same year.
      • Parallel title in Latin; text in Greek only.
      Other names
      • Rositini, Pietro 16th cent.
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 50-1515 eredi di [printer]
      Related item
      • Referenced by: Ahmanson-Murphy (2001) 349
      • Referenced by: Renouard, A.A., Annales de l’imprimerie des Alde (3rd edition, 1834) 135:3
      • Referenced by: Adams A986
      • Referenced by: BM STC, Italian, 1465-1600 p. 48
      • Referenced by: Leigh, C.W.E., Catalogue of the Christie Collection p. 12
      • Includes: Aristotle. Categoriae.
      • Includes: Aristotelis vita.
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Manchester University Printed

      28.2

      Title

      [Ammōniou tou Hermeiou Eis tas tou Aristotelous Katēgorias hypomnēma]. = Ammonii Hermiae In Praedicamenta Aristotelis commentarius. Aristotelis vita.. / [By Ammonius Hermiae.]

      Author
      • Ammonius Hermiae.
      Other titles
      • [Eis tas tou Aristotelous Katēgorias hypomnēma]
      • Translation: Ammonii Hermiae In Praedicamenta Aristotelis commentarius. Aristotelis vita
      • Translation: Ammonii Hermiae In Praedicamenta Aristotelis commentarivs. Aristotelis vita
      • In Praedicamenta Aristotelis commentarius. Aristotelis vita
      • In Praedicamenta Aristotelis commentarivs. Aristotelis vita
      Published
      • Venetiis : [Apud Aldi filios] M.D.XLVI
      Physical description
      [1], 2-152 leaves ; 8⁰.
      Notes
      • First part of title transliterated from the Greek.
      • Printers deduced from colophon of associated issues; Aldine device on title page.
      • Signatures: AA-TT⁸.
      • Parallel title in Latin; text in Greek only.
      • Capital spaces with guide letters.
      • Issued with: [Ammōniou tou Hermeiou eis tas pente phōnas tou Porphyriou hypomnēma] = Ammonii Hermiae in quinque voces Porphyrii commentarius, published the same year under the same imprint.
      Other names
      • Aldi Filii [printer]
      Related item
      • Referenced by: Adams A986
      • Includes: Aristotle. Categoriae.
      • Includes: Aristotelis vita.
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Oxford University Printed

      Held At:

      1. Manchester University Printed
      2. Oxford University Printed
    4. Search result: 29.

      Title

      Commentarij Caesaris / recogniti per Philippum Beroaldum..

      Author
      • Caesar, Julius.
      Other titles
      • Works Selections
      • Commentarii Caesaris
      • Bellum Africum.
      • Bellum Hispaniense.
      Published
      • [Lyon : Balthazard de Gabiano 1512]
      Physical description
      [3], 220, [35] leaves ; 17 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • A Lyonese counterfeit Aldine. Copied from the 1508 Lyon edition edited by Filippo Beroaldo. Printer identified as Balthazard de Gabiano in Ahmanson-Murphy, Baudrier, Shaw & Adams.
      • With two colophons. Colophon 1 (leaf 220 verso) reads: '... accuratissime impressa finiu[n]tur anno salutis dominicæ. M.D.XII. iij. kalendas Octobris.'. Colophon 2 (sig. K7v) reads: '... index felice[m] fortitus est exitu[m] anno d[omi]ni MCCCCC&XII pridie nonas noue[m]bris.'
      • De bello Alexandrino, Africo, and Hispaniensi sometimes attributed to Aulus Hirtius.
      • Signatures: a-y⁸, A-I⁸, K¹⁰.
      • On numbered leaves "Fo." precedes the number.
      • Final leaf (sig. K10) is blank.
      • Printed in Italic type.
      • Capital spaces with guide letters.
      • Includes Raimundus Marlianus' index commentariorum.
      Other names
      • Beroaldo, Filippo 1453-1505.
      • Gabiano, Balthazard de -approximately 1517 [printer]
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 50-1515 [associated name]
      Related item
      • Hirtius, Aulus. Bellum Alexandrinum.
      • Marlianus, Raimundus approximately 1420-1475. Index commentariorum G. Julii Caesaris.
      Genre
      • Piracies (Publishing)
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/28262953?style=html&title=Commentarij%20Caesaris
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Manchester University Printed
    5. Search result: 30.

      Title

      Bartholomaei Riccii De imitatione libri tres : ad Alfonsum Atestium Principem, suum in literis alumnum, Herculis II. Ferrariensim principis filium.. / [By Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569]

      Author
      • Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569
      Other titles
      • De imitatione libri tres.
      • De imitatione libri tres
      • De imitatione libri tres
      • Bartholomaei Riccii De imitatione libri tres ad Alfonsvm Atestivm Principem, svvm in literis alvmnvm, Hercvlis II. Ferrariensivm principis filivm.
      Published
      • Venetiis : Apud Aldi filios M. D. XLV.. [1545]
      Physical description
      88 [i.e.87], [1] leaves ; 17 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      See detail records for Notes relating to this item.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      • Alfonso I d'Este, Duke of Ferrara 1476-1534 [dedicatee]
      • Ercole II d'Este, Duke of Ferrara, Modena and Reggio 1508-1559 [dedicatee]
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/28262953?style=html&title=Bartholomaei%20Riccii%20De%20imitatione%20libri%20tresad%20Alfonsum
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      30.1

      Title

      Bartholomaei Riccii De imitatione libri tres ad Alfonsum Atestium principem, suum in literis alumnum, Herculis II. Ferrariensium principis filium. / [By Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569.]

      Author
      • Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569.
      Other titles
      • De imitatione libri tres
      Published
      • Venetiis : [apud Aldi Filios] 1545
      Physical description
      88 [i.e.87], [1] l. ; 8o.
      Notes
      • Publisher statement from colophon.
      • Error in foliation: no. 87 omitted. - With a final leaf contaning colophon and printer's device.
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Durham University Printed

      30.2

      Title

      Bartholomaei Riccii De imitatione libri tres : ad Alfonsum Atestium Principem, suum in literis alumnum, Herculis II. Ferrariensium principis filium. / [By Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569.]

      Author
      • Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569.
      Other titles
      • De imitatione libri tres.
      Published
      • Venetiis : Apud Aldi Filios 1545
      Physical description
      88 [i.e.87], [1] leaves ; 17 cm. (8vo).
      Notes
      • Publisher statement from colophon.
      • Signatures: A-Lp8s.
      • Error in foliation: no.87 omitted.
      • Aldine device on t.p. and verso of final leaf.
      • Capital spaces with guide letters.
      • Errata: leaf [87].
      • Renouard p.131.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, family of printers, Venice.
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Warburg Institute Printed

      30.3

      Title

      Bartholomaei Riccii De imitatione libri tres : ad Alfonsum Atestium Principem, suum in literis alumnum, Herculis II. Ferrariensim principis filium.. / [By Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569]

      Author
      • Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569
      Other titles
      • De imitatione libri tres
      Published
      • Venetiis : Apud Aldi filios M. D. XLV.. [1545]
      Physical description
      88 [i.e.87], [1] leaves ; 17 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Signatures: A-L⁸.
      • Error in foliation: leaf 87 omitted.
      • Publisher statement from colophon.
      • Colophon reads: Venetiis, apud Aldi filios. M. D. XLV.
      • Aldine device on title-page and verso of final leaf.
      • On title-page below printer's device:
      • Printed in italic type.
      • Capital spaces with guide letters.
      • Signature catchwords.
      • Errata: leaf [87]
      • A reprint of the 1541 Aldine edition; see Renouard.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      • Alfonso I d'Este, Duke of Ferrara 1476-1534 [dedicatee]
      • Ercole II d'Este, Duke of Ferrara, Modena and Reggio 1508-1559 [dedicatee]
      Related item
      • Referenced by: Ahmanson-Murphy (2001) 330
      • Referenced by: Renouard, A.A., Annales de l’imprimerie des Alde (3rd edition, 1834) 131:6
      • Referenced by: Leigh, C.W.E., Catalogue of the Christie Collection p. 373
      • Referenced by: BM STC, Italian, 1465-1600 p. 554
      • Referenced by: Adams R490
      • Referenced by: Online Catalog of The Pierpont Morgan Library 176005
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Manchester University Printed

      30.4

      Title

      Bartholomaei Riccii De imitatione libri tres : ad Alfonsum Atestium Principem, suum in literis alumnum, Herculis II. Ferrariensium principis filium. / [By Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569.]

      Author
      • Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569.
      Other titles
      • De imitatione libri tres.
      • Bartholomaei Riccii De imitatione libri tres ad Alfonsvm Atestivm Principem, svvm in literis alvmnvm, Hercvlis II. Ferrariensivm principis filivm.
      Published
      • Venetiis : [Apud Aldi Filios] M. D. XXXV. [1545]
      Physical description
      88 [i.e. 87], [1] leaves ; 8vo.
      Notes
      • Aldine printer's device on title page and on verso of final leaf.
      • Capital spaces with guide letters.
      • Publisher statement from colophon.
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. National Trust Printed

      30.5

      Title

      Bartholomaei Riccii De imitatione libri tres ad Alfonsum Atestium Principem, suum in literis alumnum, Herculis II. Ferrariensium Principis filium ... / [By Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569.]

      Author
      • Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569.
      Other titles
      • De imitatione libri tres ad Alfonsvm Atestivm Principem, svvm in literis alvmnvm, Hercvlis II. Ferrariensivm Principis filivm ...
      • De imitatione.
      Published
      • Venetiis : [Apvd Alìi filios] M. D. XXXV
      Physical description
      88 (i.e. 87), [1] leaves ; 8⁰.
      Notes
      • "Réimpression de l'édition de 1541."--A.A. Renouard, Annales de l'imprimerie des Alde. 2. éd. Paris, 1825,v.1, p. 315.
      • Leaf 87 misnumbered 88.
      • Printer's device on title page and on verso of final leaf.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Oxford University Printed

      30.6

      Title

      Bartholomaei Riccii De imitatione libri tres : ad Alfonsum Atestium Principem, suum in literis alumnum, Herculis II. Ferrariensium principis filium. / [By Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569.]

      Author
      • Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569.
      Series
      • Early European books.
      Other titles
      • De imitatione libri tres
      • Item at ita-bnc-ald-00000168-001 spine title: Ricci de imitatione
      Published
      • Venetiis : Apud Aldi filios. MDXLV. [1545]
      Physical description
      1 online resource (88 [i.e. 87], [1] leaves)
      stock number
      • CL0401000001 ProQuest, 789 E. Eisenhower Parkway, Ann Arbor, MI 48108-3218
      • CL0401000005 ProQuest, 789 E. Eisenhower Parkway, Ann Arbor, MI 48108-3218
      Notes
      • "Cum priuilegio Pontificis Max. & Senatus Veneti."
      • Publisher from colophon.
      • Aldine device on t.p. and verso of final leaf; capital spaces with guide letters.
      • Error in pagination: leaf 87 misnumbered 88.
      • Errata on sig. L7.
      • Signatures: A-L⁸.
      • Reproduction of original in: Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze -- Nencini Aldine collection.
      • Reproduction available: Electronic reproduction. [Ann Arbor, Michigan] : ProQuest, c2015. Available in JPEG or PDF formats. Mode of access: World Wide Web. Description based on contents viewed 14 September 2015.
      Other names
      • Figliuoli di Aldo [printer]
      Related item
      • Referenced by: UCLA catalogue 330
      • Referenced by: Renouard p. 131
      Internet Resources
      Format
      • Printed
      • Online

      Held At:

      1. University College London Online Printed

      30.7

      Title

      Bartholomaei Riccii De imitatione libri tres : ad Alfonsum Atestium Principem, suum in literis alumnum, Herculis II. Ferrariensium principis filium. / [By Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569.]

      Author
      • Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569.
      Series
      • Early European books.
      Other titles
      • De imitatione libri tres
      • Item at ita-bnc-ald-00000168-001 spine title: Ricci de imitatione
      Published
      • Venetiis : Apud Aldi filios. MDXLV. [1545]
      Physical description
      1 online resource (88 [i.e. 87], [1] leaves)
      stock number
      • CL0401000001 ProQuest, 789 E. Eisenhower Parkway, Ann Arbor, MI 48108-3218
      • CL0401000005 ProQuest, 789 E. Eisenhower Parkway, Ann Arbor, MI 48108-3218
      Notes
      • "Cum priuilegio Pontificis Max. & Senatus Veneti."
      • Publisher from colophon.
      • Aldine device on t.p. and verso of final leaf; capital spaces with guide letters.
      • Error in pagination: leaf 87 misnumbered 88.
      • Errata on sig. L7.
      • Signatures: A-L⁸.
      • Reproduction of original in: Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze -- Nencini Aldine collection.
      • Reproduction available: Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : ProQuest, 2010 Mode of access: World Wide Web. Available to subscribing institutions.
      Other names
      • Figliuoli di Aldo [printer]
      Related item
      • Referenced by: UCLA catalogue 330
      • Referenced by: Renouard p. 131
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      30.8

      Title

      Bartholomaei Riccii De imitatione libri tres : ad Alfonsum Atestium Principem, suum in literis alumnum, Herculis II. Ferrariensium principis filium. / [By Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569.]

      Author
      • Ricci, Bartolomeo 1490-1569.
      Series
      • Early European books.
      Other titles
      • De imitatione libri tres
      • Item at ita-bnc-ald-00000168-001 spine title: Ricci de imitatione
      Published
      • Venetiis : Apud Aldi filios. MDXLV. [1545]
      Physical description
      1 online resource (88 [i.e. 87], [1] leaves)
      stock number
      • CL0401000001 ProQuest, 789 E. Eisenhower Parkway, Ann Arbor, MI 48108-3218
      • CL0401000005 ProQuest, 789 E. Eisenhower Parkway, Ann Arbor, MI 48108-3218
      Notes
      • "Cum priuilegio Pontificis Max. & Senatus Veneti."
      • Publisher from colophon.
      • Aldine device on t.p. and verso of final leaf; capital spaces with guide letters.
      • Error in pagination: leaf 87 misnumbered 88.
      • Errata on sig. L7.
      • Signatures: A-L⁸.
      • Reproduction of original in: Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze -- Nencini Aldine collection.
      • Reproduction available: Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : ProQuest, 2010 Mode of access: World Wide Web. Available to subscribing institutions.
      Other names
      • Aldi Filii [printer]
      Related item
      • Referenced by: UCLA catalogue 330
      • Referenced by: Renouard p. 131
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      1. York University Online
    6. Search result: 31.

      Title

      M. Tullii Ciceronis Orationum volumen secundum, collatis libris manuscripts, et adhibito iudicio diligenter emendatum.. / [By Cicero, Marcus Tullius.]

      Author
      • Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
      In
      Other titles
      • Speeches
      • M. Tvllii Ciceronis Orationvm volvmen secvndvm
      • Orationum
      • Orationvm
      Published
      • Venetiis : Paulus Manutius Aldi f. M. D. XLI. [1541]
      Physical description
      1-262, [2], 162-281, [1] leaves ; 17cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      See detail records for Notes relating to this item.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [editor]
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      Related item
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      31.1

      Title

      M. Tullii Ciceronis Orationum volumen secundum, collatis libris manuscripts, et adhibito iudicio diligenter emendatum. / [By Cicero, Marcus Tullius.]

      Author
      • Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
      Other titles
      • M. Tvllii Ciceronis Orationvm volvmen secvndvm
      • Orationum
      • Orationvm
      Published
      • Venetiis : Paulus Manutius Aldi f. M. D. XLI. [1541]
      Physical description
      281, [1] leaves ; 22 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Signatures: aa-uu⁸, xx¹°, yy-zz⁸, AA-LL⁸, MM¹°.
      • Second of a 3 volume edition of Cicero's orations.
      • Place of publication from colophon.
      • Colophon reads: Apud Aldi Filios. Venetiis, M.D.XLI. Mense Februario.
      • Printer's anchor and dolphin device with inscription "Aldus" on title page and repeated on verso of final leaf.
      • Printed in italic type.
      • Capital spaces, with guide letters.
      • Signature catchwords.
      • Edited by Paolo Manuzio; see. BMC.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [editor]
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      Related item
      • Referenced by: Ahmanson-Murphy (2001) 295
      • Referenced by: A.A., Annales de l'imprimerie des Alde (3rd edition, 1834) 121:8
      • Referenced by: A.A., Annales de l'imprimerie des Alde (3rd edition, 1834) 486
      • Referenced by: Leigh, C.W.E., Catalogue of the Christie Collection p. 110
      • Referenced by: BM STC, Italian, 1465-1600 p. 180
      • Referenced by: Adams C1855
      • Includes: Cardiff Rare Books Collection. Early Continental Octavos.
      Format
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      31.2

      Title

      M. Tullii Ciceronis Orationum volumen secundum, collatis libris manuscripts, et adhibito iudicio diligenter emendatum. / [By Cicero, Marcus Tullius.]

      Author
      • Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
      Other titles
      • Speeches
      • M. Tvllii Ciceronis Orationvm volvumen secvndvm.
      • Orationum.
      • Orationvm.
      Published
      • Venetiis : Apvd Aldi filios 1541
      Physical description
      281, [1] leaves ; 17cm ; 8vo.
      Notes
      • Publisher statement from colophon.
      • Printer's device on t.p. and on verso of final leaf.
      Format
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      31.3

      Title

      M. Tullii Ciceronis Orationum volumen secundum, collatis libris manuscripts, et adhibito iudicio diligenter emendatum.. / [By Cicero, Marcus Tullius.]

      Author
      • Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
      In
      Other titles
      • M. Tvllii Ciceronis Orationvm volvmen secvndvm
      • Orationum
      • Orationvm
      Published
      • Venetiis : Paulus Manutius Aldi f. M. D. XLI. [1541]
      Physical description
      1-262, [2], 162-281, [1] leaves ; 17cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Signatures: aa-uu⁸, xx¹°, yy-zz⁸, AA-LL⁸, MM¹°.
      • Second of a 3 volume edition of Cicero's orations.
      • Place of publication from colophon.
      • Colophon reads: Apud Aldi Filios. Venetiis, M.D.XLI. Mense Februario.
      • Printer's device on title-page and on verso of final leaf.
      • Printed in italic type.
      • Capital spaces, with guide letters.
      • Signature catchwords.
      • Edited by Paolo Manuzio; see. BMC.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [editor]
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      Related item
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    7. Search result: 32.

      Title

      Aldi Pii Manutii Institutionum grammaticarum libri quatuor : Erasmi Roterodami opusculum de octo orationis partium constructione. Quæ quoq[ue] libro continentur hanc uoluenti chartam statim se offerunt.. / [By Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 50-1515.]

      Author
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 50-1515.
      Other titles
      • Grammatica latina
      • Aldi Pii Manvtii Institvtionvm grammaticarvm libri qvatvor
      • De octo orationis partium constructione libellus.
      Published
      • Venetiis : In aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri mense Iulio. M. D. XXIII. [1523]
      Physical description
      [8], 204, [4] leaves ; 22 cm. (4to)
      Notes
      See detail records for Notes relating to this item.
      Other names
      • Torresano, Andreas de Asula 1451-1529 [printer]
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 50-1515 eredi di [printer]
      Related item
      • Erasmus, Desiderius d. 1536. De octo orationis partium constructione libellus.
      Genre
      • text
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      32.1

      Title

      Aldi Pii Manutii Institutionum grammaticarum libri quatuor. Erasmi Roterodami opusculum De octo orationis partium constructione. Quae quoq[ue] libro continentur hanc uoluenti chartam statime se offerunt. / [By Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 1450-1515.]

      Author
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 1450-1515.
      Other titles
      • Institutionum grammaticarum libri quatuor
      Published
      • Venetiis : in aedibus Aldi et Andreae soceri Mense Iulio 1523
      Physical description
      [8], 204, [4] leaves ; 4o.
      Notes
      • Imprint from colophon.
      • Printed in red and black.
      • "De octo orationis partium constructione libellus ... Erasmo Roterodamo Authore" (leaf 189-204) has separate title page, but pagination and signatures continue. With four final leaves containing Aldo Manuzio's "Introductio perbrevis ad Hebraicam linguam.
      Related item
      • Includes: Erasmus, Desiderius -1536. De octo orationis partium constructione libellus.
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 1450-1515. Introductio perbrevis ad Hebraicam linguam.
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      32.2

      Title

      Aldi Pii Manutii Institutionum grammaticarum libri quatuor : Erasmi Roterodami opusculum de octo orationis partium constructione. Quæ quoq[ue] libro continentur hanc uoluenti chartam statim se offerunt.. / [By Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 50-1515.]

      Author
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 50-1515.
      Other titles
      • Grammatica latina
      • Aldi Pii Manvtii Institvtionvm grammaticarvm libri qvatvor
      • De octo orationis partium constructione libellus.
      Published
      • Venetiis : In aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri mense Iulio. M. D. XXIII. [1523]
      Physical description
      [8], 204, [4] leaves ; 22 cm. (4to)
      Notes
      • Signatures: a-y⁸, z⁴, aa-dd⁸, [chi]⁴.
      • Errors in foliation.
      • Imprint from colophon.
      • Colophons 1 and 2 read: Venetiis in aedibus Aldi et Andreae soceri, mense Iulio. M. D. XXIII.
      • Preliminary leaves printed in red and black.
      • Capital spaces, with guide letters.
      • Aldine device on title-page (in red), and on verso of leaves 172 and 204.
      • "De octo orationis partium constructione libellus ... Erasmo Roterodamo Authore" (leaves 189-204) has separate title page, but pagination and signatures continue.
      • With four final leaves containing Aldo Manuzio's "Introductio perbrevis ad Hebraicam linguam.
      Other names
      • Torresano, Andreas de Asula 1451-1529 [printer]
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 50-1515 eredi di [printer]
      Related item
      • Referenced by: Ahmanson-Murphy (2001) 224
      • Referenced by: Renouard, A.A., Annales de l’imprimerie des Alde (3rd edition, 1834) 98:7
      • Referenced by: Leigh, C.W.E., Catalogue of the Christie Collection p. 288
      • Referenced by: BM STC, Italian, 1465-1600 p. 411
      • Referenced by: Adams M429
      • Referenced by: Kallendorf & Wells, Aldine Press books at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center 205
      • Erasmus, Desiderius d. 1536. De octo orationis partium constructione libellus.
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      32.3

      Title

      Aldi Pii Manutii institutionum grammaticarum libri quatuor : Erasmi Roterodami Opusculum de octo orationis partium constructione. Quæ quoq[ue] libro continentur hanc uoluenti chartam statim se offerunt..

      Author
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 1450-1515 [author]
      Other titles
      • Aldi Pii Manvtii Institvtionvm grammaticarvm libri qvatvor.
      Published
      • Venetiis : In aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Soceri mense Iulio MDXXIII. [1523]
      Physical description
      [8], 204, [4] leaves ; 4⁰.
      Notes
      • Signatures: a-y⁸ z⁴ aa-dd⁸ chi⁴.
      • Printer's device in red on the title page; verso on leaf x4; verso of leaf dd8.
      • Imprint from colophon from leaf z4r and dd8r.
      • Preliminary pages printed in black and red.
      • Errors in foliation.
      • Spaces with guide letters left for capitals in the second two books.
      • "De octo orationis partium constuctione" was written by William Lily and revised by Erasmus.
      • List of contents on leaf aa1: "De literis Graecis, ac diphthongis ... De potestate literarum Graecarum ... Item quare Christus & Iesus sic scribimus Xp̄s. IHS. Cur in alphabeto ypsilon à quibusdam sio dicit[ur]. Oratio Dominica & duplex salitatio ad Beatissimam Virginem. Symbolum Apostolorum. Euangelium Diui Ioannis Euangelistae. Aurea carmina Pythagorae. Phocylidis Poema ad bene beate[que] viuendum. Omnia haec cum interpretatione Latina. Introductio perbreuis ad Hebraicam linguam".
      • With four final leaves containing Aldo Manuzio's "Introductio perbreuis ad Hebraicam linguam".
      • Reprint of the Aldine editions 1501, 1508, 1514 with the same preface as the 1508-1514, dated 1507.
      Other names
      • Torresanus, Andreas de Asula 1451-1529 [printer]
      Related item
      • Referenced by: Adams M429
      • Referenced by: Renouard, A.A., Annales de l'imprimerie des Alde (3rd edition, 1834) 98:7
      • Lily, William 1468?-1522. De octo orationis partium constructione.
      • Erasmus, Desiderius -1536. De octo orationis partium constructione.
      Genre
      • text
      Format
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    8. Search result: 33.

      Title

      Lettere volgari di diuersi nobilissimi huomini et eccellentissimi ingegni scritte in diuerse materie : con diligentia nuouamente ristampate. Libro primo..

      Other titles
      • Lettere volgari di diversi nobilissimi hvomini et eccellentissimi ingegni scritte in diverse materie
      Published
      • In Vinegia : In casa de' figlivoli di Aldo nell'anno M. D. XXXXIII. [1543]
      Physical description
      187, [5] leaves ; 17 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Signatures: A-Z⁸, AA⁸.
      • Leaf 164 misnumbered 564.
      • Imprint from colophon.
      • Colophon reads: In Vinegia, nell'anno M. D. XXXXIII. In casa de' figlivoli di Aldo.
      • Printer’s mark on title-page and verso of last leaf.
      • Printed in italic type.
      • Includes index.
      • Edited by Paolo Manuzio.
      • Originally printed by Aldine as volume1 only, edited by Paolo Manuzio, in 1542, and re-issued in 1543, 1544 and many times subsequently. A second volume of letters, edited by Antonio Manuzio, was first issued by Aldine in 1545, and a third, edited by Aldo Manuzio the Younger, in 1564. Cf. Renouard.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [editor]
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      Direct Link
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    9. Search result: 34.

      Title

      De regio Persarum principatu libri tres / Ex aduersarijs viri clarissimi Barnabæ Brisonij Senatus Parisiensis præsidis..

      Author
      • Brisson, Barnabé 1531-1591.
      Other titles
      • De regio Persarvm principatv libri tres
      Edition
      Editio secunda..
      Published
      • Parisijs : Apud Robertum Columbellum, via ad D. Ioannem Lateranensem, in Aldina Bibliotheca. M. D. XCIX. [1599]
      Physical description
      16, 488 p. ; 18 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Signatures: ã⁸, A-Z⁸, Aa-Gg⁸, Hh⁴.
      • With the clophon from the 1590 edition: Colophon on verso of final leaf reads: 'Excudebat Steph. Preuosteau typographus, Lutetiæ Parisiorum. M. D. LXXXX.'
      • Woodcut Aldine device on title-page: anchor & dolphin with "Aldus".
      • Decorated initials; head-pieces; signature catchwords.
      • Includes index.
      • Printed in roman type.
      • After the death of Bernard Turrisan in 1571, Colombel took over his practice of publishing books with the Aldine device and Aldina Bibliotheca designation in Paris; see Renouard.
      • In the 1590 edition the author is given only as initials: V.C.B.B.S.P.P.
      • Text in Latin with sections in Greek.
      Other names
      • Prévosteau, Estienne active 1579-1610 [printer]
      • Colombel, Robert [publisher]
      • Bibliotheca Aldina [associated name]
      Genre
      • Piracies (Publishing)
      Direct Link
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    10. Search result: 35.

      Title

      Breuiarium Romanum, ex decreto sacrosancti Concilij Tridentini restitutum, Pii V. pont. Max. iussu editum.. / [By Catholic Church.]

      Author
      • Catholic Church.
      Other titles
      • Breviary
      • Breviarivm Romanvm, ex decreto sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini restitutum
      • Breviarium Romanum
      Published
      • Romae : In aedibus Populi Romani, apud Paulum Manutium. M D LXX. [1570]
      Physical description
      [56], 872, 118, [10] p. ; 35 cm. (fol.)
      Notes
      • Signatures: aa⁴, bb-dd⁸, A-Z⁶, AA-ZZ⁶, AAa-ZZz⁶, AAAa-CCCc⁶, DDDd⁴, a-i⁶, K⁶, pi⁴.
      • Leaf cc1 is mis-signed as b.
      • Numerous errors in pagination.
      • Printed in roman type.
      • Printed in double columns; in red and black throughout.
      • Catchwords; large initials, some red, some decorated.
      • Colophon on leaf K6r (second occurrence) reads: Romae, M D LXX. In aedibus Populi Romani, apud Paulum Manutium.
      • Printer's device on title-page: Shield of Rome (SPQR) surmounted by a crown and supported by two female figures; at base: the shield of Paolo Manuzio with Adine anchor & dolphin and initials P.M.
      • Privilege on title-page: Cum priuilegio Pii V. Pont. Maximi.
      • Date precedes printer's name on title-page.
      • Seven un-numbered pages following text contain plain chant with printed musical notation.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      • Catholic Church. Pope (1566-1572 : Pius V)
      • Stamperia del Popolo Romano [printer]
      • Council of Trent (1545-1563 : Trento, Italy)
      Direct Link
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    11. Search result: 36.

      Title

      M. Tullii Ciceronis Epistolae familiares / dictae Paulli Manutii studio, atque industria emendatæ, & Scholiijs ad marginem illustratæ. addita espistolarum genera, ad epistolas conscribendas nirum in modum conducentia..

      Author
      • Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
      Other titles
      • Epistolae ad familiares
      • M. Tvllii Ciceronis Epistolae familiares
      • Epistolae familiares
      Published
      • Venetijs : Aldus iunior MDLXXVI. [1576]
      Physical description
      [16], 488 [i.e.504], [8] p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Signatures: *⁸, A-Z⁸, Aa-Ii⁸.
      • Sig. Ii8 is a blank.
      • Error in foliation: after p. 480, pages 565-480 repeated.
      • Printed in italic type.
      • Aldine device on title-page.
      • Printed marginal annotations.
      • Woodcut initials.
      • On title-page verso: Interpretationes, ac similitudines locorum, in margine, Verba Graæca Latinis expressa.
      • Printer’s name precedes place and date of imprint on title-page.
      • Preface: Dedicated to Matteo Senarega.
      • Renouard states that the the production of this work is badly carried out.
      • This appears to be a reprint of the edition of 1575.
      • Includes index.
      • Text in Latin with some words in Greek.
      Other names
      • Senarega, Matteo [dedicatee]
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574.
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1547-1597 [printer]
      Direct Link
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    12. Search result: 37.

      Title

      M. Tullii Ciceronis De philosophia, prima pars : Academicarum quæstionum editionis primæ liber secundus, editionis secundæ liber primus, De finibus bonorum & malorum libri v. Tusculanarum quæstionum libri v. / Cum scholiis Pauli Manutii. Index rerum, et verborum..

      Author
      • Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
      Other titles
      • M. Tvllii Ciceronis De philosophia
      • De philosophia
      • M. Ciceronis De philosophia volumen secundum.
      • M. Ciceronis De philosophia volvmen secvndvm.
      Published
      • Venetiis : [Paulus Manutius] M. D. LX. [1560]
      Physical description
      2 v. (286, [46]; 258, [34] leaves) ; 16 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Signatures: Vol.1: a-z⁸, aa-rr⁸, ss⁴, tt⁸; Vol.2: A-Z⁸, AA-II⁸, Kk-Mm⁸, ²Mm⁸, Nn⁴.
      • Sig. tt8 is a blank.
      • A variant printing of secunda pars exists with the final gathering consisting of 8 leaves (Nn8) with the register on sig. Nn7 recto and printer's device on Nn8 verso (not recorded in Ahmanson-Murphy or Adams).
      • Several errors in foliation. Sigs. q3 '3q' and q4 '4q'.
      • Printer statement from Ahmanson-Murphy and Renouard.
      • No colophon.
      • Printer's device on both title-pages.
      • Printed in italic type.
      • Capital spaces with guide letters.
      • Catchwords.
      • Vol. 2 has title: M. Ciceronis De philosophia volumen secundum. De natura deorum, De diuinatione, De fato, De legibus, De uniuersatate, Arati uersus in latinum conuersi, Q. Ciceronis de petitione consulatus.
      • Vol.1: preface by Paulus Manutius to Diego Hurtado de Mendoza: Vol.2: preface by Paulus Manutius to Marcello Cervini (later Pope Marcellus II)
      • Includes an index in each volume.
      • Previous editions: 1546 (without the index) and 1555; see Renouard.
      • Latin text, with some Greek words.
      Other names
      • Marcellus II, Pope 1501-1555 [dedicatee]
      • Hurtado de Mendoza, Diego 1503-1575 [dedicatee]
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574.
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      Related item
      • Includes: Aratus Solensis. Phaenomena. Latin.
      • Includes: Cicero, Quintus Tullius. De petitione consulatus.
      Direct Link
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    13. Search result: 38.

      Title

      Vita Reginaldi Poli, Britanni, S.R.E. Cardinalis, et Cantuariensis Archiepsiscopi.. / [By Beccadelli, Lodovico 1502-1572.]

      Author
      • Beccadelli, Lodovico 1502-1572.
      Other titles
      • Vita Reginaldi Poli. 1563
      • Vita Reginaldi Poli, Britanni, S.R.E. Cardinalis, et Cantvariensis Archiepsiscopi
      Published
      • Venetiis : Ex officina Dominici Guerrei, & Ioan. Baptistæ fratrum. M. D. LXIII.. [1563]
      Physical description
      48 leaves ; 21 cm. (4to)
      Notes
      See detail records for Notes relating to this item.
      Other names
      • Guerra, Domenico 16th cent. [printer]
      • Dudith, András 1533-1589.
      • Guerra, Giovanni Battista [printer]
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [associated name]
      • Domenico & Giovanni Battista Guerra (Firm)
      Genre
      • Biographies.
      Direct Link
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      Title

      Vita Reginaldi Poli, Britanni, S.R.E. Cardinalis, et Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi. / [By Beccadelli, Lodovico 1502-1572.]

      Author
      • Beccadelli, Lodovico 1502-1572.
      Published
      • Venetiis : Ex officina Dominici Guerrei, & Ioan. Baptistae fratrum 1563
      Physical description
      48 leaves ; 21 cm. (4to).
      Notes
      • Written in Italian; the manuscript was translated by András Dudith for publication.
      • Woodcut phoenix vignette on t.p. with motto: Renovata iuventus.
      Other names
      • Dudith, András 1533-1589.
      Genre
      • Biography
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Cambridge University Printed

      38.2

      Title

      Vita Reginaldi Poli, Britanni, S.R.E. cardinalis, et Cantvarensis Archiepiscopi. / [By Beccadelli, Lodovico 1502-1572.]

      Author
      • Beccadelli, Lodovico 1502-1572.
      Other titles
      • Vita Reginaldi Poli, Britanni, S.R.E. cardinalis, et Cantuarensis Archiepiscopi
      Published
      • Venetiis : Ex officina Domini Guerrei, & Ioan. Baptistæ fratrum M. D. LXIII. [1563]
      Physical description
      48 leaves ; 17 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • With printer's woodcut device on title-page. Two woodcut initials.
      • Written in Italian; the manuscript was translated by András Dudith for publication.
      Other names
      • Dudith, András 1533-1589.
      • Domenico & Giovanni Battista Guerra.
      Related item
      • Referenced by: Adams B434
      Format
      • Printed

      38.3

      Title

      Vita Reginaldi Poli, Britanni, S.R.E. cardinalis, et Cantvarensis Archiepiscopi. / [By Beccadelli, Lodovico 1502-1572.]

      Author
      • Beccadelli, Lodovico 1502-1572.
      Other titles
      • Vita Reginaldi Poli, Britanni, S.R.E. cardinalis, et Cantuarensis Archiepiscopi
      Published
      • Venetiis : Ex officina Domini Guerrei, & Ioan. Baptistæ fratrum M. D. LXIII. [1563]
      Physical description
      48 leaves ; 17 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • With printer's woodcut device on title-page. Two woodcut initials.
      • Written in Italian; the manuscript was translated by András Dudith for publication.
      Other names
      • Dudith, András 1533-1589.
      • Domenico & Giovanni Battista Guerra.
      Related item
      • Referenced by: Adams B434
      Format
      • Printed

      38.4

      Title

      Vita Reginaldi Poli, Britanni, S.R.E. Cardinalis, et Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi. / [By Beccadelli, Lodovico 1502-1572.]

      Author
      • Beccadelli, Lodovico 1502-1572.
      Published
      • Venetiis, M. D. LXIII. : Ex officina Dominici Guerrei, & Ioan. Baptistae fratum [1563]
      Physical description
      48 leaves ; 21 cm. (4to.)
      Notes
      • Translated from the Italian by Andreas Dudith.
      • Printer's device (Phoenix) on title-page, with motto 'Renovata iuventus'.
      Other names
      • Dudith, András 1533-1589.
      • Guerra, Domenico 16th cent... [printer]
      • Guerra, Giovanni Battista fl. 1560-1598 [printer]
      Related item
      • Referenced by: Adams B434
      • Referenced by: BM STC Italian, 1465-1600 p. 77
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Chetham's Library Printed

      38.5

      Title

      Vita Reginaldi Poli : Britanni, S.R.E. Cardinalis, et Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi. / [By Beccadelli, Lodovico.]

      Author
      • Beccadelli, Lodovico.
      Other titles
      • Vita del Cardinale Reginaldo Pole. Latin
      Published
      • Venetiis : ex officina Dominici Guerrei & Ioan. Baptistae fratrum 1563
      Physical description
      (4o)
      Notes
      • Anon. - Tr. from the Italian by A. Dudith.
      Other names
      • Dudith, Andreas [trl]
      • Guerra, Domenico.
      • Guerra, Giovanni Battista Brothers.
      Related item
      • Referenced by: Adams B434
      • Referenced by: CLC B574
      Format
      • Printed

      38.6

      Title

      Vita Reginaldi Poli, Britanni ... cardinalis, et Cantuariensis archiepiscopi. / [By Beccadelli, Lodovico archbishop of Ragusa.]

      Author
      • Beccadelli, Lodovico archbishop of Ragusa.
      Other titles
      • Vita Reginaldi Poli. 1563
      Published
      • Venetiis : ex officina Dominici Guerrei, & Ioan. Baptistae fratrum 1563
      Physical description
      48p.
      Notes
      • Translator is Andreas Dudith.
      • Anonymous work. Author is Lodovico Beccadelli, archbishop of Ragusa.
      Other names
      • Dudith, Andreas [translator]
      Genre
      • Biographies.
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Lambeth Palace Printed

      38.7

      Title

      Vita Reginaldi Poli, Britanni, S.R.E. Cardinalis, et Cantuariensis Archiepsiscopi.. / [By Beccadelli, Lodovico 1502-1572.]

      Author
      • Beccadelli, Lodovico 1502-1572.
      Other titles
      • Vita Reginaldi Poli, Britanni, S.R.E. Cardinalis, et Cantvariensis Archiepsiscopi
      Published
      • Venetiis : Ex officina Dominici Guerrei, & Ioan. Baptistæ fratrum. M. D. LXIII.. [1563]
      Physical description
      48 leaves ; 21 cm. (4to)
      Notes
      • Signatures: A-M⁴.
      • Leaf 13 misnumbered 17.
      • Woodcut phoenix vignette on title page with motto: "Renovata iuventus".
      • Printed in roman type.
      • Decorated initials; catchwords.
      • May have been printed for Paolo Manuzio; see UCLA Online Catalog.
      • Written in Italian; the manuscript was translated by András Dudith for publication.
      Other names
      • Guerra, Domenico 16th cent. [printer]
      • Dudith, András 1533-1589.
      • Guerra, Giovanni Battista [printer]
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [associated name]
      • Domenico & Giovanni Battista Guerra (Firm)
      Related item
      • Referenced by: Adams, H.M. Catalogue of books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501-1600, in Cambridge libraries B434
      • Referenced by: Short-title catalogue of books printed in Italy and of Italian books printed in other countries from 1465 to 1600 now in the British Museum p. 77
      • Referenced by: Leigh, C. W. E., Catalogue of the Christie Collection p. 41
      • Referenced by: EDIT 16 CNCE 4685
      • Referenced by: Online Catalog of UCLA Library 3698367
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Manchester University Printed

      38.8

      Title

      Vita Reginaldi Poli, Britanni, S.R.E. Cardinalis, et Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi.. / [By Beccadelli, Lodovico 1502-1572.]

      Author
      • Beccadelli, Lodovico 1502-1572.
      Published
      • Venetiis : Ex officina Dominici Guerrei, & Ioan. Baptistæ fratrum. M. D. LXIII
      Physical description
      48 leaves, [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 4⁰.
      Notes
      • Frontispiece portrait (presumably) of Reginald Pole.
      • Written in Italian; the manuscript was translated into Latin by András Dudith for publication.
      • Signatures: A-M⁴.
      • Leaf 13 misnumbered 17.
      • Woodcut phoenix vignette on title page with motto: "Renovata iuventus".
      Other names
      • Dudith, András 1533-1589 [translator]
      • Guerra, Domenico active 16th century [printer]
      • Guerra, Giovanni Battista [printer]
      Genre
      • Biography
      • Illustrated
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Oxford University Printed
    14. Search result: 39.

      Title

      M. T. Ciceronis Orationum volumen tertium.. / [By Cicero, Marcus Tullius.]

      Author
      • Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
      In
      Other titles
      • Speeches. Latin
      • M. T. Ciceronis Orationvm volvmen tertivm
      • Orationum volumen tertium
      • Orationvm volvmen tertivm
      Published
      • Venetiis : In aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri mense Augusto. M. D. XIX. [1519]
      Physical description
      [6], 3-275, [5] leaves ; 17 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      See detail records for Notes relating to this item.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 50-1515 eredi di [printer]
      • Torresano, Andreas de Asula 1451-1529 [printer]
      • Navagero, Andrea 1483-1529.
      • Sadoleto, Jacopo 1477-1547, ededicatee.
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/28262953?style=html&title=M.%20T.%20Ciceronis%20Orationum%20volumen%20tertium..
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      • Printed

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      39.1

      Title

      M. T. Ciceronis Orationum volumen tertium. / [By Cicero, Marcus Tullius.]

      Author
      • Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
      Other titles
      • Speeches
      • Orationum volumen tertium
      Published
      • Venetiis : In aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri mense Augusto 1519 (au.)
      Physical description
      275 leaves ; 16 cm (8vo).
      Notes
      • Signatures: aaa12, bbb-zzz8, AAA-MMM8.
      • Colophon reads: Venetiis in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri, mense Augusto. M. D. XIX.
      • Edited by Andrea Navagero.
      • Leaf aaa6 is blank except for the signature mark; leaves LLL2-3 are blank except for signature marks and foliation; leaves ttt8 and MMM6-7 are blank. Errors in foliation: leaves 219, 262 and 264, are misnumbered as 229, 162 and 164 respectively.
      • Dedicatory epistle to Jacopo Sadoleto on leaves aa2r-aa4v.
      Other names
      • Navagero, Andrea 1483-1529.
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Cambridge University Printed

      39.2

      Title

      M. T. Ciceronis Orationum volumen tertium.. / [By Cicero, Marcus Tullius.]

      Author
      • Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
      In
      Other titles
      • Speeches. Latin
      • M. T. Ciceronis Orationvm volvmen tertivm
      • Orationum volumen tertium
      • Orationvm volvmen tertivm
      Published
      • Venetiis : In aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri mense Augusto. M. D. XIX. [1519]
      Physical description
      [6], 3-275, [5] leaves ; 17 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Signatures: aaa¹², bbb-zzz⁸, AAA-MMM⁸.
      • Leaf aaa6 is blank except for the signature mark; leaves LLL2-3 are blank except for signature marks and foliation; leaves ttt8 and MMM6-7 are blank.
      • Errors in foliation: leaves 219, 262 and 264, are misnumbered as 229, 162 and 164 respectively.
      • Aldine device on title-page and on verso of final leaf.
      • Printed in italic type.
      • Capital spaces with guide letters.
      • Signature catchwords.
      • Imprint from colophon.
      • Colophon reads: Venetiis in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri, mense Augusto. M. D. XIX.
      • Edited by Andrea Navagero; cf. Renouard.
      • Dedicatory epistle to Jacopo Sadoleto on leaves aa2r-aa4v.
      • Ahmanson-Murphy and Renouard describe two printing states: the first state with a first gathering of 8 leaves as described in the register, and a second state with a first gathering of 12 leaves, which is more commonly found.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1449 or 50-1515 eredi di [printer]
      • Torresano, Andreas de Asula 1451-1529 [printer]
      • Navagero, Andrea 1483-1529.
      • Sadoleto, Jacopo 1477-1547, ededicatee.
      Related item
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Manchester University Printed
    15. Search result: 40.

      Title

      M. T. Ciceronis Epistolae familiares dictae : Quibus, præter Scholia Paul Manutij, adiecimus Scholia, & annotationes Dionysij Lambini. Et ea, quæ sequens pagina ostendet.. / [By Cicero, Marcus Tullius.]

      Author
      • Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
      Other titles
      • Works. 1579
      • Epistolae familiares dictae
      Published
      • Venetiis : [Aldus Manutius the Younger] M D LXXIX [1579]
      Physical description
      [16], 755, [101] p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Signatures: †⁸, A-ZV, Aa-Zz⁸, Aaa⁸, Bbb⁴, a-f⁸.
      • Error in pagination: 342 numbered 343.
      • No colophon.
      • Printer statement from Ahmanson-Murphy and Renouard.
      • Some copies have the Concordia device on the title-page: a woman holding a bowl in one hand, a cornucopia in the other, girdled with a ribbon bearing motto "Concordia", within ornamental cartouche. EDIT 16 gives this as the device of the print shop Al segno della Concordia.
      • Printed in italic type.
      • Catchwords.
      • Decorated initials; head-piece; ornaments.
      • Printed marginal annotations.
      • Dedicatory epistle from Paulus Manutius to Matteo Senarega dated May 1554.
      • Contains: Verba Graeca Latinis expressa and Index rerum & verborum.
      • Second volume of the complete works of Cicero, published by Aldus Manutius the Younger, of which 9 volumes were to have been published. Only the first volume containing the rhetorical works and the second and third volumes containing Cicero's letters, were published; see Renouard 226, no. 3.
      • Text in Latin, with some Greek words in indexes.
      Other names
      • Senarega, Matteo [dedicatee]
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1547-1597 [printer]
      • Segno della Concordia (Firm)
      Related item
      • Lambin, Denys 1520 or 21-1572. Scholia & annotationes.
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574. Scholia.
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/28262953?style=html&title=M.%20T.%20Ciceronis%20Epistolae%20familiares%20dictaeQuibus%2C
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Manchester University Printed
    16. Search result: 41.

      Title

      Catechismus ex decreto Concilij Tridentini ad Parochos Pij V. Pont. Max. iussu editus. / [By Catholic Church.]

      Author
      • Catholic Church.
      Other titles
      • Catechismus Romanus
      • Catechismvs ex decreto Concilii Tridentini ad Parochos Pii V. Pont. Max. ivssv editvs
      Published
      • Venetiis : Apud Aldum. 1575
      Physical description
      [16], 616, [24] p. ; 17 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Signatures: *⁸, A-Z⁸, AA-RR⁸.
      • Catchwords.
      • Decorated initials; head-pieces; ornaments.
      • No colophon.
      • Elaborate woodcut border on title-page. "Catechismus" is within rectangular upper panel; remainder of title is within central oval panel; imprint is within rectangular lower panel; a smaller circular panel depicts the Pope at prayer.
      • On title-page verso: Aldine printer's device surrounded by imperial charge of arms within lettering: Ex priuilegio Maximiliani II Imp. Caes. Aug., with lettering beneath: Editio Aldi Manutij Paulli F. Aldi N.
      • Letter from Aldo Manuzio, the Younger to readers on sigs. *2r-v.
      • Printed in italic type.
      • Forty two woodcut illustrations through text, including four full-page.
      • Includes indexes on un-numbered leaves at end.
      • Catechism edited by Charles Borromeo and Guglielmo Sirleto; see Renouard.
      • Latin text edited by Paolo Manuzio, Giulio Poggiano and Cornelio Amalteo; see Renouard.
      Other names
      • Sirleto, Guglielmo 1514-1585.
      • Charles Borromeo Saint 1538-1584.
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574.
      • Poggiano, Giulio 16th cent.
      • Poggiano, Giulio 16th cent.
      • Manuzio, Aldo 1547-1597 [printer]
      • Catholic Church. Pope (1566-1572 : Pius V)
      • Council of Trent (1545-1563 : Trento, Italy)
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/28262953?style=html&title=Catechismus%20ex%20decreto%20Concilij%20Tridentini%20ad%20Parochos
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      • Printed

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      1. Manchester University Printed
    17. Search result: 42.

      Title

      M. Tullii Ciceronis Officiorum libri III : cum commentariis Petri Marsi & Ascensii. Dialogus de amicitia, cum co[m]mentariis Petri Marsi & Ascensii. Dialogus de Senectute, cum co[m]mentariis Petri Marsi, Martini Filetici, & Ascensii. Paradoxa, interprete Ascensio. Accesserunt praeterea Des. Erasmi, & Philippi Melanchthonis scholia quaedam luculentissima, ad linguæ Latinæ phrasin apprime utilia. Cum duplici indice, tam omnium capitum, quàm rerum adnotatione dignarum. Quae omnia prius erroribus plurimis corrupta, nunc summa cura atque diligentia emendata eduntur.. / [By Cicero, Marcus Tullius.]

      Author
      • Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
      Other titles
      • Philosophical Works. Two or more works Philosophical works. Selections
      • M. Tvllii Ciceronis Officiorvm libri III
      • Officiorum libri III
      • Officiorvm libri III
      • De Amicitia.
      • De Senectute.
      • Paradoxa.
      Published
      • Venetiis : [Paulus Manutius] M D XLIII. [1548]
      Physical description
      [4], 163, [1] leaves ; 32 cm. (fol.)
      Notes
      • Signatures: A⁴, a-z⁶, aa-cc⁶, dd⁸.
      • Colophon reads: Venetiis. M D XLIX.
      • In the preface on leaf Aii it states that the advice of Paulus Manutius about additions to this work has been taken, so he is presumed to be the printer. Ahmanson-Murphy and Renouard also give him as the printer.
      • Aldine printer's device on title-page and verso of final leaf..
      • Printed in roman and italic type.
      • Historiated initials; large capital initials; catchwords; printed marginal annotations.
      • Printed in double columns.
      • Includes index.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      • Marso, Pietro d. 1511.
      • Badius, Josse 1462-1535.
      • Filetico, Martino ca. 1430-ca. 1490.
      • Erasmus, Desiderius d. 1536.
      • Melanchthon, Philipp 1497-1560.
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/28262953?style=html&title=M.%20Tullii%20Ciceronis%20Officiorum%20libri%20IIIcum%20commentariis
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      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Manchester University Printed
    18. Search result: 43.

      Title

      Ambrosij Calepini Dictionarium multarum dictionum additione et explanatione locupletatum : multisque item vindicatum ab erroribus, qui lectorem latinae linguae peritum, offendere potuissent.. / [By Calepino, Ambrogio 1435-1511.]

      Author
      • Calepino, Ambrogio 1435-1511.
      Other titles
      • Ambrosii Calepini Dictionarivm multarvm dictionvm additione et explanatione locvpletatvm
      • Dictionarium multarum dictionum additione et explanatione locupletatum
      Published
      • Venetiis : Apud Aldi filios M. D. XXXXII. [1542]
      Physical description
      2 pt. (495, [1]; 25, [1] leaves) ; 31 cm. (fol.)
      Notes
      • Signatures: A-Z⁸, AA-ZZ⁸, AAA-QQQ⁸; A-B8, C¹⁰.
      • Numerous errors in numbering of leaves and signatures.
      • Publisher statement from colophon of pt. 1.
      • Colophon [Pt.1] reads: Venetiis, apud Aldi filios, mense Augusto. M. D. XLII.
      • A separate section containing the additions (final 26 leaves) with special title-page dated 1543 was issued with the 1542 edition of the dictionary.
      • Aldine device on title-page, leaf QQQ8 verso and verso of the final leaf.
      • Printed in italic type.
      • Catchwords; historiated initials.
      • Printed in double columns.
      • The first Aldine edition.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      • Spencer, George John Spencer Earl 1758-1834 [former owner]
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/28262953?style=html&title=Ambrosij%20Calepini%20Dictionarium%20multarum%20dictionum%20additione
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      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Manchester University Printed
    19. Search result: 44.

      Title

      M. Tvllii Ciceronis Epistolae familiares : Pavli Manvtii Scholia, quibus harum epistolarum locos complures, ab alijs propter obscuritatem aut omissos aut minus recte explanatos, partim interpretatur, partim corrigit / Corrigente Pavlo Manvtio, Aldi filio.

      Author
      • Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
      Other titles
      • Epistolae ad familiares
      • M. Tullii Ciceronis Epistolae familiares
      • Epistolae familiares
      • Pauli Manutii Scholia.
      • Pavli Manvtii Scholia.
      Published
      • Venetiis : Apud Aldi Filios MDXLVI mense Avgvsto [1546]
      Physical description
      [2], ii-cclxvii, [44] leaves. ; 17 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Signatures: A-Z⁸, AA-LL⁸, AAA-EEE⁸.
      • Capital spaces, with guide-letters.
      • Colophon reads: Apud Aldi Filios. Venetiis, M.D.XLVI. mense Augusto.
      • Aldine device on title-pages and on verso of final leaf of each part.
      • Printed in italic type.
      • Pauli Manutii Scholia has separate title-page, with the same printer's device.
      • Includes index.
      • Text in Latin, some words in Greek, translation of Greek terms into Latin.
      Related item
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574. Scholia.
      Direct Link
      https://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/28262953?style=html&title=M.%20Tvllii%20Ciceronis%20Epistolae%20familiaresPavli%20Manvtii
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      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Manchester University Printed
    20. Search result: 45.

      Title

      Ambrosij Calepini Dictionarium. Post omnes alias æditiones à multis utriusque linguæ peritissimis uiris ex diversis & probatissimis quibusq[ue] autoribus auctum: et omni cura ac studio recognitum: et ita deniq[ue] erroribus omnibus, tam in latinis quam græcis uocibus expurgatum, ut accuratius fieri haud potuerit, quemadmodum res ipsa indicabit. In quo exornando nunc quoque hæc præstitimus. Primum ut innumeris penè vocibus latinis, Hetruscas, ac (vt apertius dicamus) vulgares interprecationes adderemus, & perperam adpositas castigaremus: deinde, vt huiusce vulgaris linguæ studiosi nobis & faueant, & bene precentur, apponendas ex Franciso Petrarcha, Ioanne Bocatio, Dante Aligerio, Petro Bembo, Ludouico Ariosto, Iulio Camillo, aliisq[ue] probatissimis scriptoribus autoritates curaremus; sicuti Asteriscis maiori minoriq[ue] ✳ * ne fucum factum credas, adnotatum inuenies.. / [By Calepino, Ambrogio 1435-1511.]

      Author
      • Calepino, Ambrogio 1435-1511.
      Other titles
      • Ambrosii Calepini Dictionarivm
      Published
      • Venetiis : [Aldus] [J. Gryphius] Anno Sanctissimi Iubiliei. M D L.. [1550]
      Physical description
      515, [1] leaves ; 32 cm. (fol.)
      Notes
      • Signatures: A-Z⁶, AA-ZZ⁶, AAA-ZZZ⁶, AAAA-RRRR⁶.
      • Although the Aldine printer's device is on the title-page that of J. Gryphius is on the recto of final leaf (Sig. RRRR6); see Renouard and Adams.
      • According to Renouard this is not an Aldine publication but one that was printed for the Torresanus brothers [i.e. Federico and Gian Francesco]
      • Renouard puts this publication under the section for Paulus Manutius. EDIT 16 says the printer's device is for the heirs of Aldus the Elder.
      • Printed in small roman type, in two columns.
      • Historiated initials, ornament.
      • Not in Ahmanson-Murphy.
      • In Latin, Greek and Italian.
      Other names
      • Griffio, Giovanni fl. 1545-1576 [printer]
      • Torresano, Federico -1561 or 1562 [printer]
      • Torresani, Gian Francesco 1498-1557 or 1558 [printer]
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      Direct Link
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      • Printed

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      1. Manchester University Printed
    21. Search result: 46.

      Title

      Ambrosii Calepini Dictionarium : in quo restituendo atque exornando haec praestitimus. Primum, non solum illud curauimus, quod ab omnibus iam solet, ut adderemus quamplurima; sed etiam, quod nemo hactenus fecit, vt multarum dictionum obscuram significationem aperiremus: deinde, cum exempla quædam Calepinus adduxerit, quæ nunc in libris emendate impressis aliter leguntur, ea sustulimus, & aptiora reposuimus: præterea, cum totum dictionarium ex multiplici impressione redundaret erroribus, ad eos libros, qui citabantur, crebro recurrimus, ueramq[ue] lectionem, inde petitam, Calepino restituimus: postremo, in græcis dictionibus male affecta quamplurima sanauimus / Additamenta Pauli Manutii, tum ad intelligendam, tum ad exornandam linguam latinam, quædam etiam ad Romanarum rerum scientiam utilissima..

      Author
      • Calepino, Ambrogio 1435-1511.
      Other titles
      • Ambrosii Calepini Dictionarivm
      Published
      • Venetiis : Apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi f. M. D. LXIIII.. [1564]
      Physical description
      [458] p. ; 32 cm. (fol.)
      Notes
      • Signatures: A-Z⁸, AA-CC⁸, DD⁶, Aa-Zz⁸, AAA-CCC⁸, DDD-III⁶. Sigs. DD6 and III6 are blanks.
      • Printer's device on title-page.
      • Printed in roman and italic type.
      • Printed in double columns.
      • Catchwords, historiated initials.
      • In two parts; pt. 2 starting leaf Aa1 has caption title only: Secunda pars Calepini.
      • Additamenta Pauli Manutij: gatherings EEE-III.
      • One of two editions of the Dictionarium printed in the same year, 1564, by Paolo Manuzio at the Aldine Press. The two editions differ in the arrangement and numbering of the signatures, and in the placement of the imprint date on the title-page. The present edition was not issued with the Bevilacqua Italian dictionary at the end; the other 1564 edition does include the Italian dictionary; see Renouard, p. 194, no. 8 for description of the present edition, and p. 124-135 for an overall description of all the Aldine editions of Calepino's Dictionarium.
      • Latin and Greek.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574.
      Related item
      • Includes: Secunda pars Calepini.
      • Includes: Pauli Manutii Additamenta in Calepino.
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    22. Search result: 47.

      Title

      M. Tvllii Ciceronis Epistolae familiares : Pavli Manvtii Scholia, quibus harum epistolarum locos complures, ab alijs propter obscuritatem aut omissos, aut minus recte explanatos, partim interpretatur, partim corrigit / Pavlvs Manvtivs, Aldi f.

      Author
      • Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
      Other titles
      • Epistolae ad familiares
      • M. Tullii Ciceronis Epistolae familiares
      • Epistolae familiares
      • Pavli Manvtii Scholia.
      • Pauli Manutii Scholia.
      Published
      • Venetiis : Apvd Aldi Filios MDXLVIII [1548]
      Physical description
      [2] ii-cclxvii, [45] leaves ; 16 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Signatures: A-Z⁸, AA-LL⁸, AAA-EEE⁸
      • Colophon reads: Apvd Aldi Filios. Venetiis, M.D.XLVIII.
      • Capital spaces, with guide-letters.
      • Contains extra words in the Verba graeca latinis expressa section.
      • Printed in italic type.
      • Aldine device on title pages and on verso of final leaf of each part.
      • Scholia has separate title-page and signatures.
      • Includes index.
      • Text in Latin, some words in Greek, translation of Greek terms into Latin.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      Related item
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574. Scholia.
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    23. Search result: 48.

      Title

      Ciceronis De officiis libri III : Cato maior, uel De senectute: Laelius, uel De amicitia: Paradoxa stoicorum sex: Somnium Scipionis ex libro sexto de Republica / Cum annotationibus Pauli Manutii in margine adscriptis. Index rerum, & verborum..

      Author
      • Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
      Other titles
      • De officiis
      • De officiis libri III
      • Cato maior de senectute.
      • Laelius de amicitia.
      • Paradoxa Stoicorum sex.
      • Somnium Scipionis.
      Published
      • Venetiis : [Paulus Manutius] M.D. LXIIII. [1564]
      Physical description
      151, [17] leaves ; 16 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Signatures: A-X⁸.
      • Errors in foliation: 109 '102', 150 unfoliated.
      • No colophon.
      • Publisher statement from Ahmanson-Murphy and Renouard.
      • Aldine printer's device on title-page and verso of final leaf.
      • Printed in italic type.
      • Printed marginal annotations.
      • Capital spaces, with guide letters.
      • Catchwords.
      • Edited by Paulus Manutius.
      • Previous edition 1559.
      • Includes index.
      • Dedicatory epistle to Benedetto Ramberti on sigs. A2 recto to A3 verso.
      • A copy of the 1561 edition, with a few pages more because the pages are slightly smaller; see Renouard.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [editor]
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      • Ramberti, Benedetto 1503-1546 [dedicatee]
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    24. Search result: 49.

      Title

      Canones, et decreta sacrosancti oecumenici et generalis Concilij Tridentini sub Paulo III, Iulio III, Pio IIII. Pontificibus max.. / [By Council of Trent (1545-1563 : Trento, Italy)]

      Author
      • Council of Trent (1545-1563 : Trento, Italy)
      Other titles
      • Canones et decreta
      • Canones, et decreta sacrosancti oecvmenici et Generalis Concilii Tridentini
      Published
      • Venetiis : Aldus M. D. LXIIII. [1564]
      Physical description
      186 leaves ; 17 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Signatures: A-Z⁸, AA².
      • First ocatvo edition; see Ahmanson-Murphy and Renouard.
      • Printer's device on the title-page.
      • Large capital initials; some decorated initials.
      • No colophon.
      • Catchwords.
      • Preliminaries and text italic type. Acclamationes and Conformatio Concilii in roman type.
      • Paolo Manuzio's preface signed Romæ, M. D. LXIV.
      Other names
      • Manuzio, Paolo 1512-1574 [printer]
      • Catholic Church. Pope (1534-1549 : Paul III)
      • Catholic Church. Pope (1550-1555 : Julius III)
      • Catholic Church. Pope (1559-1565 : Pius IV)
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    25. Search result: 50.

      Title

      Terentius in sua metra restitutus.. / [By Terence.]

      Author
      • Terence.
      Other titles
      • Works. 1505
      • Terentivs in sva metra restitvtvs
      Published
      • Florentiæ : Impensis Philippi de Giunta florentini Anno à natiuitate Christi millesimo quingentesimo quinto, sexto idus Augusti. [1505]
      Physical description
      [120] leaves ; 18 cm. (8vo)
      Notes
      • Signatures: a⁸, aa⁴, b-q⁸.
      • Printed in italic type.
      • On title-page verso: Petri Bargetani ad Terentium pro sua recognitione endecasyllabon.
      • On page [2]r (sig. a2): Benedicti Philologi Florentini praefatio super P. Terentij comoediis, ad Petrum Crinitum.
      • Beginning on sig. b1r: Andria Terenti : Acta ludis megalensibus... - C. Sulpici Apollinaris Periocha ...
      • Benedictus Philologus = Benedetto Riccardini.
      • Imprint from colophon. Colophon reads: Sex hac recognita Terrentiana fabulae Florentiniae sunt feliciter excusae, studio & impensis Philippi de Giunta florentini, Anno à natiuitate Christi millesimo quingentesimo quinto, sexto idus Augusti.
      Other names
      • Riccardini, Benedetto.
      • Bargetanus, Petrus.
      • Crinito, Pietro 1465-approximately 1504.
      • Sulpicius Apollinaris, Caius.
      • Poliziano, Angelo 1454-1494.
      • Badius, Josse 1462-1535.
      • Giunta, Filippo 1450-1517 [printer]
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