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VIRGIL. (Publius Vergilius Maro).

Editorial: Printed by Thomas Warren for the Author, and Are to Be Had at His House in Kings-Head Court in Shoe-Lane., London. (1654)

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Descripción: Printed by Thomas Warren for the Author, and Are to Be Had at His House in Kings-Head Court in Shoe-Lane., London., 1654. Folio. (410 x 280 mm). pp. (xiv), 586. Engraved portrait of 'Johannes Ogilvus' by William Faithorne after Peter Lely, engraved frontispiece by Peter Lombard after Francis Cleyn, printed title in red and black, leaf with Ogilby's dedication to William Seymour, Earl of Hertford etc., two leaves with 'The Life of Publius Virgilius Maro', Eclogues I - X of the 'Bucolicks', Books I - IV of the 'Georgicks' and Books I - XII of the Aeneid illustrated with a double-page map by Hollar for the Aeneid and 101 etched or engraved plates each with dedication and arms at foot by Hollar, Lombard, Faithorne and others, all after Francis Cleyn and all with additional colouring and heightening in gilt by hand and the plate marks bordered in black or black and gilt, 28 head-pieces, 11 tail-pieces and 28 decorative or historiated 6-line initials also with colouring and heightening in gilt by hand; Ogilby's English verse with marginal notes and commentary in Roman type with proper nouns and quotations in italics, running headline throughout; plate for pg. 296 with slip pasted over dedication with replacement arms and text, portrait, frontispiece and first plate laid down presumably at the time of binding. Sheet size: 404 x 260 mm. Early eighteenth-century red straight-grained morocco, boards with elaborate roll tool borders with star-crowned coronets at corners to surround central tooled lozenges with coronets at points, banded spine with elaborate decorative tooling and blue morocco label with gilt title in seven compartments, board edges and turn-ins tooled in gilt, marbled endpapers, blue silk placemarkers, a.e.g. A magnificent copy bound lavishly in red morocco and with the plates coloured beautifully by a contemporary hand. First published in an unillustrated octavo version in 1649, John Ogilby (1600 - 1676), aware that his translation - he was self-taught - was inadequate, planned a new edition and a more lavish version, 'adorn'd with sculpture' as per the title and with elaborate and systematic notes. Ogilby commissioned the German painter Francis Cleyn for the illustration (it appears that only two of Cleyn's original works for the book survive) which was executed by William Faithorne, Wenceslaus Hollar and Peter Lombard (among others), the foremost etchers and engravers of the day. The plates, of considerable beauty, skill and interest, especially in exceptional colour and heightened with gilt as in the present copy, are situated within a long-standing tradition and corpus of illustration for Virgil's works - Virgil was taught in Roman schools while still living and the Aeneid in its day was praised as greater even than Homer's Iliad - beginning with near contemporary manuscripts (the earliest surviving examples date from the 4th and 5th centuries A. D.) and extending through the early and late mediaeval periods until Gruninger's first printed illustrated edition of 1502. Virgil is reported to have read lines - and perhaps whole books - of the Aeneid to the Emperor Augustus and the epic legitimises Imperial rule by tracing Augustus' ancestry back to Aeneas and through him to Troy and the Greek gods; it seems clear that the Royalist Ogilby was keen to draw similar parallels with the court of Charles II (at the time of publication in exile) and his Royalist supporters. The founder of Britain, at least in legend (although mentioned by Geoffrey of Monmouth), was the Trojan Brutus, a descendant of Aeneas and therefore a predecessor of the rightful Stuart line and the exiled Charles. In addition, Ogilby dedicated the book to the Royalist William Seymour, Marquess and Earl of Hertford, Viscount Beauchamp and later, at the Restoration, Duke of Somerset, and each of the 101 plates in the work is dedicated to a Royalist supporter and features their arms (they were also patrons and helped defray Ogilby's cost for the work by subscription). Ogilby issued an edition illustrated with the same plates with Latin verse in 1658 and further editions of both. Nº de ref. de la librería 45544

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Descripción: Jacobus Saçon for Ciriacus Hochperg,, Lyon:, 1517. 30.8 x 21.5 cm. Folio: Collation: Pt. I: 216 lvs. Collation:*10, a-z8, aa-bb8, cc6 (cc6 blank). Pt. II: 342 lvs. Collation: ??8, A-Z8, AA-QQ8, RR-SS6, TT10 The Lyon VergilIllustrated with 208 Woodcuts from the Grüninger Vergil These blocks were cut for Grüninger?s 1502 edition of Vergil, the first illustrated Vergil. The book, edited by Sebastian Brant, was extraordinary in the number and variety of its illustrations. ?Grüninger?s artist applied to the work a skilled hand and a lively imagination? The blocks must have passed to Saçon at Lyon shortly after the printing of the Strasbourg 1515 edition of Thomas Murner?s German translation of the ?Aeneid,? described in Murray?s catalogue of German books, vol. 2, no. 426? The block of Vergil and Calliope is from the title page of the 1502 edition.?(Mortimer) "The subtle detail of Sébastien Brant's woodcuts would certainly escape the spectator who could not read the text and seem, rather, calculated to appeal to one whose familiarity with the poems would allow him to appreciate precise visual allusions. In several cases, Brant's work incorporates details drawn from the commentators' interpretations. As a humanistic scholar, he is said to have placed the stamp of his own thorough knowledge of Vergil upon the book by providing master sketches for the illustrators."(Eleanor Winsor Leach) Brunet V 1282; Baudrier vol 12, pp. 344-346; Renouard, Badius Ascensius, vol. 3 p. 370-372, no. 11. Cf. Eleanor Winsor Leach, "Brant's and Dryden's Editions of Vergil" in "The Early Illustrated Book", pp. 176 ff.) and Rabb, Theodore K. "Sebastien Brant and the First Illustrated Edition of Vergil." in "Princeton University Library Chronicle 21", 1960: 187-99. A fine, complete copy, bound in 18th century calfskin. There are discreet repairs to the fore-edge and foot of the title, affecting two letters on the verso. Leaf CC1 has a tear in the gutter without loss. VERY RARE. This is the first complete copy that I have handled in 15 years of specializing in early editions of Vergil. The only other copy that I have handled lacked the full-page image of Vergil and his muse. FIRST LYON BADIUS EDITION. The third edition with these woodcuts and the last edition to include them all. Two parts in one volume with titles printed in red and black within fine architectural woodcut borders. Illustrated with 207 large woodcut illustrations (64 in the first part and 143 in the second part.) A full-page woodcut of Vergil with the muse Calliope appears on the recto of ?1. Nº de ref. de la librería 2624D

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OPERA (Aeneis, Bucolica, Georgica, Opuscola, Aegloga, etc.: VERGILIUS MARO Publius

VERGILIUS MARO Publius

Editorial: Lyon, J.Sacon (per C.Hochperg), 1517, (1517)

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Descripción: Lyon, J.Sacon (per C.Hochperg), 1517, 1517. Estado de conservación: molto buono. 2 tomi in un vol. in-folio (350x220 mm.), ff.(10), 205, 1 bianco; ff. (8), 324, (10), splendida legatura coeva in assicelle, dorso a nervi in pelle di troia con elegante decorazione, i due fermagli in pelle e metallo conservati (il piatto posteriore incrinato). Testo su due colonne in carattere romano, grande per il testo virgiliano, più piccolo per il commento di Badius Ascensius; titoli di pagina in semigotico, titoli delle due parti impressi in rosso e nero entro bordure figurate silografiche ornamentali. Celebre edizione illustrata da 207 stupende grandi silografie, alcune ripetute, le due a piena pagina raffigurano Virgilio incoronato da Calliope ed attorniato dai suoi contemporanei: Cornelius Gallus, Lucius Varius Rufus Plotius Tucca, Bavius Maevius, Mecenate, Augusto e Gaius Asinius Pollio. La famosa serie di legni fu commissionata ad un anonimo artista tedesco da Johann Grüninger ed i medesimi legni vennero una prima volta usati per illustrare il Virgilio di Sebastian Brant impresso a Strasburgo dal Grüninger nel 1502. Probabilmente Sacon acquistò i legni dopo l'edizione in tedesco del 1515. Questa sontuosa edizione di Lione contiene pure un prologo di Cristoforo Landino e commenti di Filippo Beroaldo e di altri in aggiunta a quello di Badius. Importante e magnifica edizione ed uno dei figurati del primo Cinquecento più riusciti, noti ed ambiti. Magnifico esemplare, fresco e marginoso su carta forte; al foglio di sguardia importante nota di possesso "Jacobus Tuerner est possessor hic libri Virgiliam / Anno Dni 1526", di poco posteriore all'edizione. Two parts in one volume, folio, contemporary wooden boards with wide pigskin spine, the two clasps preserved. Roman type, with headlines in gothic, shoulder notes in Roman, double column text, 71 lines (variable), title of each part in red and black within a 4-part woodcut architectural border, one full-page woodcut of Virgil with Calliope and other figures printed as a plate with the verso blank, 207 total woodcuts (including 2 full-page and some repeats). The second Badius edition, the first having been printed in Paris 1500-1501 by Thielman Kerver. The highly evocative woodcuts (from the blocks designed for Johann Gruninger's edition of 1502) capture the essence of Vergil's Arcadian and rustic landscapes as well as the epic sweep of the Aeneid. In the full-page woodcut Vergil is crowned by Calliope and flanked by some of his contemporaries. The other figures are Cornelius Gallus, Lucius Varius Rufus and Plotius Tucca (Vergil's executors), a skulking Bavius and Maevius, Maecenas the emperor Augustus and Gaius Asinius Pollio. Sacon probably acquired the blocks from Groninger after the 1515 Strassburg edition of Aeneid in German translation was completed. A crisp copy, on strong paper; on the fly-leaf important contemporary signature "Jacobus Tuerner est possessor hic libri Virgiliam / Anno Dni 1526". Cfr. Mortimer, French Books, 537. Adams V-468. Renouard, Badius, 370-372. Baudrier, Bib. lyonnaise XII, p. 344. Manca a Fairfax-Murray, Early French books. Nº de ref. de la librería 0000000000419

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Vergil (Publius Vergilius Maro) (70-19 B.C.); Dryden, John (1631-1700)

Editorial: Printed for Jacob Tonson, London: (1697)

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Descripción: Printed for Jacob Tonson, London:, 1697. FIRST EDITION. 44.6 x 28.7 cm. Folio: [ ]2, A2, *4, **4, ***2, ****2, *****2, ?2, ??2 x1, B-G4, [ ]4, [ ]2, H-T4, U2; (a)-(f)4, Aa-Zz4, Aaa-Zzz4, Aaaa-Ffff4, Gggg2, Hhhh-Iiii4, Kkkk2. A Fine Large-Paper Copy of the First Edition ?Dryden?s ?translation of Vergil?? says Pope, (whose own translation of Homer was inspired by Dryden?s work) ?is the most noble and spirited translation I know in any language.? (Thomas) ?The book was published by subscription, a system of joint-stock patronage now coming into vogue. [.] Dryden?s correspondence with [his publisher] Tonson showed a good many bickerings during the publication. One cause of quarrel was Tonson?s desire that the book should be dedicated to William III. Dryden honourably refused; but Tonson had the engravings adapted for the purpose by giving to Aeneas the hooked nose of William (Dryden, Letter to his son, 3 Sept. 1697).? (DNB)?Shakespeare probably knew at least the earlier books of the ?Aeneid? in Latin, while Milton?s ?Paradise Lost? attempts to provide an English equivalent not only for Vergil?s epic themes but even for his syntax, diction, and as far as possible, meter. But in Britain he was also particularly well-served by translations. In the seventeenth-century the epic was translated by Dryden.? (Gian Biagio Conte?s ?Latin Literature, A History?) Wing V-616; Macdonald 33A; Wither to Prior #325; Malone I.1.313; See John Barnard ?The Large- and Small-Paper Copies of Dryden?s The Works of Virgil (1697)? in ?Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America? {Columbia, SC} 92, no. 3 (1998 Sept): p. 259-71. An exceptional, and exceptionally large, ?large paper? copy. This copy is complete with the engraved frontispiece, the extra plate depicting Vergil reading the Aeneid to Augustus, and all 101 of the magnificent engraved plates by W. Hollar called for in this edition: ten in the Bucolics, twenty in the Georgics, and seventy-one in the Aeneid. Bound in 17th-century paneled calf, very nicely rebacked in the 18th-century. The spine is separated into eight compartments, ruled and tooled in gold, by raised bands. There are two spine labels, one in red and one in green morocco, tooled in gold. The boards are framed by a single gold fillet.Internally, this copy is in superb condition with very little of the browning associated with this edition. The great majority of leaves are crisp, lily-white and wide margined. In fact, this is the largest, and cleanest copy that we have had the pleasure to handle. There are a few incidental marginal tears, only one of which ?now mended- enters an engraving (opposite p. 261.) The final leaf is ink-stained. Nº de ref. de la librería 3017D

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Descripción: Printed by Thomas Creede,, London:, 1607. 17.6 x 13.1 cm. Quarto: a4, A-V8, X4 (lacking blank leaf X4) The Elizabethan VergilAn Exquisite Copy of a Great Rarity Thomas Phaer, "the first Englishman to attempt a translation of the whole work" (DNB) was also the first to translate the Aeneid into English verse (after Caxton?s prose and Douglas? Scots translations.) Phaer died without completing the work. Thomas Twyne added a translation of the remaining three books of the epic (1573); the 1584 edition was the first to contain the "thirteenth book" or continuation of Maphaeus Vegius. "Root has shown that [Shakespeare] consulted the Aeneid both in the original and in Phaer?s translation" (Whitaker, Shakespeare?s Use of Learning, 26). "Vergil?s Nachleben is Western Literature. Anecdotal evidence suggests that already during his lifetime he was regarded not only by professional colleagues but also by many lay readers as Rome?s greatest living poet. For the Romans, with a speed and completeness that has few parallels in world literature, Vergil had already become a classic. His works are quoted so often in antiquity that even if they had been lost, they could still be reconstructed in large measure. During his own lifetime, fellow poets such as Horace and Propertius admired him, from a distance, and parodies of his works flourished, but apparently no poet earlier than Ovid dared to try to rival him."Vergil continued to be read in Latin for centuries. Shakespeare probably knew at least the earlier books of the Aeneid in Latin, while Milton?s Paradise Lost attempts to provide an English equivalent not only for Vergil?s epic themes but even for his syntax, diction, and as far as possible, meter.? (Conte, Latin Literature, A History) STC 24805; Harris, First Printed Translations into English (1573) p.159; cf. Pforzheimer Cataogue 1028; cf. Langland to Wither, 238 Bound in an exquisite binding of eighteenth-century mottled calf, highly polished and beautifully tooled in gold along the edges of the boards. The spine is separated into six compartments by the raised sewing supports, each of which, aside from that bearing the citron morocco label, is decorated with attractive floral tools. The large gilt armorial crest consisting of a Pegasus head and wings "LTHD" on upper cover, earl's coronet and "EDDE" on lower cover. The edges of the text block are stained a solid red. The binding is in exceptional condition, with only the slightest bit of wear. The text itself is in excellent condition. The text of the poem is set in Black Letter and is adorned with attractive woodcut initials and head- and tail-pieces throughout. Creede?s woodcut printer?s device appears on the title page. Excellent. Provenance: Tollemache, Earls of Dysart, Helmingham (supralibros, engraved armorial bookplate on title verso, note on front pastedown in hand of Lionel Tollemache, fourth Earl). SEVENTH EDITION overall (first ed. 1554), the fourth complete printing (first 1584), and the last of the Elizabethan editions. "Though not the first, Phaer?s was the most popular of all the Tudor translations, having been published in whole or in part at least eight times. Phaer published the first seven books in 1558, and the first nine in 1562" (Pforzheimer, 1028). Nº de ref. de la librería 3122D

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Les Oeuvres de Virgille. Translatées de Latin: VERGILIUS MARO, Publius

VERGILIUS MARO, Publius

Editorial: Nicolas Couteau pour Galliot du Pre, Paris (1529)

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Descripción: Nicolas Couteau pour Galliot du Pre, Paris, 1529. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Very good. " FIRST EDITION thus, ff. [ii], 232, I4 bound before I3. Lettre Bâtarde in double columns, Latin text in side notes, woodcut white on black and grotesque initials, title-page printed in red and black with large grotesque initial L in Vérard style, Gailot du Pré's woodcut architectural title border in four parts, Gailot du Pré's name and shield with horse in lower block (Renouard 263 lower portion), two large half page woodcut illustrations with a further 30 woodcut illustrations in text in various sizes, 'Maurus de Gounel, Genus?' in contemporary hand on title, autograph 'Constantine' in slightly later hand beneath, C19 armorial bookplate of the Earl of Macclesfield on pastedown, Shirburn Castle blindstamp to head of first two ll. Title fractionally trimmed in lower and upper margins, title and verso of last slightly dusty, light waterstains to lower margins, heavier on last few leaves, a few ink stains and the occasional thumb mark. A very good copy in English early eighteenth-century speckled calf, covers bordered with triple gilt rule, large gilt fleurons to corners, spine gilt in compartments with central fleurons, raised bands, gilt tan morocco title label, all edges speckled red. Rare first collected edition of the works of Vergil in French, in the verse translation of Guillaume Michel de Tours for the Eclogues and Georgics and Octovien de Saint-Gelais for the Aeneid. The individual titles had been published in separate editions, all three of which are exceptionally rare; 'Les Eneydes' by Octovien de Saint-Gelais in 1509, 'Les Bucoliques' in 1516 and 'Les Georgicques' 1519 both by Guillaume Michel. This collection of the works was republished in 1532 and 1540. Both the translators were poets of some note, both Rhetoriqueurs, the name generally given to the group of poets active from approximately 1450 to 1530, between Villon and Clement Marot (including Chastellain, Meschonot, Molinet, Gringore, Crétin, Jean Lemaire de Belges, Jean Marot, and Jean Bouchet, who was still writing in 1550). St.-Gelais and Michel shared an intense preoccupation with rhetoric; it was as 'l'art de seconde rhétorique' that they classified poetry. Both were prolific and extremely influential translators of classical texts. Octovien de Saint-Gelais had considerable, knowledge of the literature of antiquity, and an eagerness to display it, sometimes leading to an excessive use of Latinisms in pursuit of a high style. His work in general concentrates on purely formal devices, such as elaborate rhyme schemes (rimes léonines, couronnées, enchaînées, équivoquées), alliteration, puns, rebus, and other types of puzzles. All this is sometimes (inevitably) at the expense of clarity. The Rhetoriqueurs influence on Renaissance poetry, with all its formal experimentation, was considerable. Rabelais too, with his love of puns and lists, can be seen as a direct heir. There had been an earlier anonymous translation of The Aeneid published before Saint Gelais' but it was really a reworking of the text rather than a translation. "Influenced by the philological impulse of the earlier Humanists, sixteenth-century translators are almost universally concerned to demonstrate the fidelity and accuracy of their versions. The prose 'remaniement' of Vergil, close to a romance, which appeared anonymously in 1483 was challenged in 1509 by the posthumous publication of Octavien de Saint-Gelais' verse translation composed with the intention 'to translate this book from its lofty distinguished Latin word-for-word and as closely as possible'." The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism. The works of Vergil had been published numerous times in France but no edition was more influential on French Renaissance literature than this poetical translation that brought Vergil's work to a much wider audience. It was unequalled until Clement Marot's version was published in 1577. Most, if not all, of the woodcuts used in this volume are incunable blocks from Vérard's general stock, givin. Nº de ref. de la librería L871

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OPERA VERGILIANA DOCTE & FAMILIARITER EXPOSITA: VIRGIL. VERGIL. PUBLIUS

VIRGIL. VERGIL. PUBLIUS VERGILIUS MARO. Edited by Josse Badius.

Editorial: Lyon printed by J. Sacon Sachon (1517)

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Descripción: Lyon printed by J. Sacon Sachon, 1517. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Good. Aeneis vero ab ijsde[m] praeter Mancinellum & Probu[m] & ab Augustino Datho in eius principio: opusculoru[m] praeterea q[uae]da[m] ab Domitio Calderino Date and imprint from colophon of Part I, 1517. Latin text, folio in eights, approximately 315 x 215 mm, 12½ x 8½ inches, 2 parts in 1, LACKING PORTRAIT and TITLE PAGE TO PART ONE, facsimile title page inserted, abbreviated manuscript title page in red and black, title to Part II is present printed red and black with 4 part architectural border. “Aeneis Vergiliana", 199 of 207 large woodcuts of various sizes, from 120 x 165 mm to 215 x 170 mm (4¾" x 6¼" to 8½" x 6¼"), woodcut initials, text in roman, leaves: (8 of 10), CCV; (8), CCCXXIIII of CCCXXXIIII, collation: †10 (-†1 & 2), a-z, aa-bb8, cc6 (-cc6); ††8, A-Z, AA-QQ8, RR-SS6, TT10 (-TT1-10), in Part I leaf †2 was the portrait, cc6 a blank, SIGNATURE TT LACKING after the end of the Aeneid (see below), LEAF TT10 had the 2nd colophon: "excussit Iacobus Sacon, impensas Ciriacus Hochperg, 1517". In full modern calf, blind decoration to covers, maroon gilt lettered label, new endpapers. 2 armorial bookplates on original endpaper, that of Henry Mere Ormerod (19th cent.) on second original endpaper with a gift inscription to his son in 1868, this is followed by 2 inserted sheets, 1 with notes on the book by George Ormerod, the other with the manuscript title and imprint, an inscription on dedication page (†3), slightly ragged at lower corner plus small chip to the inner margin, 2 corrections to index of Part I, final prelim (†10) has repaired margins and is reinserted on a tab, no loss of printed area, some thumbing to corners, occasional damp staining, light soiling, 2 pages have large pale ink smudges, all easily legible, 2 small ink blots on 1 page with loss of a few letters, small pink stain to 1 page with loss of a few words, a few brief early ink notes, a little pale underlining, a couple of woodcuts have a name or word written on background, small drawing in blank area of the Aeneid title page, crossed out, small hole in 1 leaf with loss of about 4 words, small closed tear to 4 margins, 1 just in text, no loss, 120 mm (4¾”) closed tear to text on 1 leaf, expertly repaired, no loss, 1 leaf torn across lower corner 60 mm (2½") from tip affecting woodcut on recto with old paper repair to margin and archival tape repair on verso, no loss, 1 tiny graze to image, final page reinserted on a tab, slight loss to inner edge of ruled frame to image, page slightly creased and lightly browned, some scribble on blank verso. Binding tight and firm. A good sturdy copy, (lacking first title page, portrait and 10 leaves at the end as noted). The 10 final leaves are a continuation of Virgil's story in Latin verse (13th book) by Maffeo Vegio an Italian poet. His poem, (1498), about Aeneas's marriage to Lavinia and his deification had 8 further woodcuts by the same artist. The illustrations were designed for the Strasburg printer Johann Gruninger for his edition of Vergil in 1502 edited by Sebastian Brant. The woodcuts depict 15th century life: rural and pastoral, magical voyages and adventures, monsters, mermaids, battles, ships, hunting, feasts, music, many have medieval town backdrops with houses and castles. They were used in a 1515 Strasburg printing of a German translation and then passed to Saccon in Lyon. Some blocks in our edition are slightly worn and a few had split and been rejoined, most are undamaged. This is the first Lyons edition of Virgil edited by Josse Badius (1462-1535) humanist scholar, his commentary first published in Paris in 1500-1501. See Harvard, French 16th Century Books, Vol. II, No. 537; Wellcome Catalogue of Printed Books Vol. 1 page 347 No.6552; Adams, Books Printed in Europe 1501-1600, Vol. II, No. V468. Adams cites a copy in the Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge also lacking the last 10 leaves. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. Nº de ref. de la librería 19164

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Eneakan [Aeneid].: Vergilius Maro, Publius.

Vergilius Maro, Publius.

Editorial: Gazar Venice (1845)

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Descripción: Gazar Venice, 1845. Octavo (23 x 15 cm). [2]pp., engraved frontispiece and title, [20], 631 pp. with three steel-engraved plates; very light spotting. Contemporary red morocco, richly gilt, all edges gilt; slightly rubbed. Superbly bound example of the first Armenian edition of the Aeneid with aristocratic provenance; the translation of the Vergilius's immortal work was done by Etvart Hiwrmiwz (Edward Hurmuzian, 1799-1876). The copy bears a manuscript birthday dedication on flyleaf: "From Percy Radcliffe to his father, June 5th 1848" (i.e., J. Percival Pickford Radcliffe, 1824-1908, later 3rd Baronet). ?Very rare; no copy traceable in Europe. Not in Nersessian. Nº de ref. de la librería 90275

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Französische Bibliophilie - Publius Vergilius Maro. (= Vergil, 70-19 a.Chr.n.)

Editorial: Paris, Philippe Gonin (1951)

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Descripción: Paris, Philippe Gonin, 1951. 33x25,5 cm. 4 nn. Bl., 111, (5) S., 6 nn. Bl., Gonin-Maillol - Bütten mit der Meernixe als Wasserzeichen. Mit 4 Holzschnitt-Titeln. Lose Bogen in O-Bütten Umschlag in OHPgt.-Einband in O-Schuber. Eines von 200 numerierten Exemplaren. Unserem Exemplar liegt noch eine 2teilige Originalzeichnung bei zum Werk passend, welche wohl im Druck keine Verwendung fand. "Obige Zeichnung: Nackte Frau auf einem Stier liegend; Untere Zeichnung: Nackte Frau mit Krug (Wasser läuft aus) und 4 Schaffen". Unten eigenhändig von der Künstlerin signiert. Gezeichnet auf gleichem Bütten wie das Werk und 1 Doppelblatt-Bütten gelegt. Die ausdrucksstarken Umrißlinien-Holzschnitte im Stile Maillols stammen von der Malerin, Bildhauerin und Dichterin Lucile Passavant, einer Schülerin Maillols. Gedruckt bei Dumoulin unter Druckaufsicht von Philippe Gonin. Schönes Exemplar. Katalog Gonin 1976/77 Nr. 70 - Kat. - Kat. Luxemb. 1990 (Text.-Images) Nr. 17 m. Abb. - Hane Cailler, L. P., Genf 1968 (bei P. Cailler) - Benezit VIII 152. Nº de ref. de la librería 50371AB

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Opera (cum comm. servii et in minora: Vergilius Maro Publius

Vergilius Maro Publius

Editorial: In fine: impressum Venetiis. Per Bartolam De Zanis De Portesio. Sub anno domini M.CCCC.Lxxxxi die secundo decembris, Venetiis (1491)

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Descripción: In fine: impressum Venetiis. Per Bartolam De Zanis De Portesio. Sub anno domini M.CCCC.Lxxxxi die secundo decembris, Venetiis, 1491. Rilegato. Estado de conservación: in ottime condizioni. [Incunabolo] (cm. 31,3) bella legatura del XX secolo in mezza pergamena antica, piatti con foglio dalla Cronica di Norimberga del 1493, sguardie antiche. -- carte 317(di 328). Carattere romano, 61 linee, testo inquadrato dal commento. Molti capolettera ornati e figurati grandi e piccoli a fondo nero molto belli. Edizione assolutamente rarissima posseduta secondo I.G.I. da 1 sola biblioteca italiana: Fondazione Ugo da Como di Lonato (Brescia), che ne possiede un esemplare scompleto. Goff solo 2 copie in America, Sander nessuna vendita, Mambelli cita il solo esemplare della Nazionale di Parigi e Graesse lo cita senza descrizione. Manca ad Hain, Proctor, Polain, Oates, Harvard, Pellechet (Lyon), BMC e ai celebri Cataloghi come Baer N°585, Harper(1930), Rosenthal Monaco 1900, Olschki 1903 "Monumenta", Olschki 1915 "Incunabula" e a molti altri da noi consultati. Il nostro esemplare inizia con carta numerata 2 segnata b2 e termina con la carta numerata 319 che contiene al verso il colophon e il registro, la successiva carta che manca è bianca. L'opera termina con carta 319 ma in realtà sono 328. Mancano le prime 8 carte di cui la prima è bianca, segnate a8 e la carta 1 segnata b1, nonchè la carta 158 segnata x6, in fine manca l'ultima carta P8 che è bianca. Complesivamente mancano 9 carte a stampa e due carte bianche. Alcune lievi macchie marginali all' interno, alcuni aloni alle prime 15 carte e alle ultime 16. Ultima carta con vecchio restauro al margine bianco basso, peraltro esemplare bello fresco e genuino ben accettabile per la sua rarità con notazioni manoscritte dell' epoca ai margini. * Copinger 6062; * I.G.I. 10219; * Goff V 182; * Mambelli 65; * Kallendorf 30; * Panzer III 303; * Denis Suppl. 318; * Graesse VII 334; * Castan "Incunables" Besancon N° 955; * H. Walters (Olschki) Baltimore 1906 pag. 409 ha una copia scompleta priva delle prime 8 carte.[F80]. Nº de ref. de la librería 002253

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Bucolica. P. Virgilii Maronis cum verborum contextu: Alte Drucke -

Alte Drucke - Vergilius Maro, Publius (70-19 v. Chr).

Editorial: Strassburg, Johann Knobloch (1512)

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Descripción: Strassburg, Johann Knobloch, 1512. 42, [3] Bl. [A8, B-C4, D8, E-F4, G8, H6]. Durchgehend rubriziert. [Mit 5 Dystichen auf dem Titel]. Mit schwarzgrundiger Schmuckinitiale B im Titel und schwarzgrundiger Holzschnitt-Initiale im Vorwort (Proemium) von Hermannus Torrentinus. Pergamentband des 19. Jhs. (Vorsätze erneuert). Von einer Humanistenhand sehr extensiv annotiertes Exemplar dieser ungemein seltenen Strassburger Ausgabe. Sie stellt den dritten Druck der "Bucolica" des aus Zofingen stammenden, seit 1500 in Strassburg wirkenden, Johannes Knobloch [eigentlich Cist (gest. 1528)] dar. Knoblochs erstem Druck von Vergils Zyklus in zehn hexametrischen Gedichten von 1508, basierend auf der Kölner Bucolica-Ausgabe von 1503, folgte 1510 ein geringfügig korrigierter Neudruck. Der Kommentar des aus Zwolle stammenden Grammatikers Hermannus Torrentinus [Herman van Beek oder van der Beeke (gest. 1520)] war erstmals 1495 gedruckt worden. Ausgerichtet ist Torrentinus' Text auf die Bedürfnisse des poetischen Anfangsunterrichts und gibt entsprechend häufig ganz elementare Erklärungen. In jedem Abschnitt des Kommentar wird zunächst eine kurze Einführung zur vorausgegangenen Textpartie geboten, an die sich die "Constructio" anschliesst, in der zum leichteren Verständnis die poetische Wortfolge in die in Prosa zu erwartende Abfolge gebracht wird. Dabei werden die einzelnen Wörter jeweils mit "id est" glossiert und paraphrasiert. Danach folgen die Worterklärungen. Torrentius' Kommentar wurde noch bis in die Mitte des 16. Jhs. hinein wiederholt abgedruckt. - Teilweise mit schmalem Wasserrand, die Marginalien stellenweise im Aussensteg etwas beschnitten. - VD 16, V-1446; Schmidt 79; Panzer VI, 55, 246; Ritter 2415; Muller 112; The Vergil Collections at Princton, Nr. 527; vgl. B. Schneider, Vergil (Ausstellungskat. HAB Wolfenbüttel 1982), D. 96 (Ausgabe 1510). Nicht in Mambelli und Leoncini. Very interesting copy, studiously and extensively annotated by a contemporary Humanist hand of this very scarce Strasbourg edition. It represents the third print of the "Bucolica" by the Swiss born Strasbourg printer Johann Knobloch (died 1528). After his first print in 1508, which is based on the Cologne edition of 1503, Knobloch reissued a slightly corrected edition of Vergilius' cycle of ten hexametric poems in 1508. The commentary of the Zwolle born Hermannus Torrentinus [Herman van Beek or van der Beeke (died 1520)] had appeared first in 1495. It was written for the use of elementary instruction in poetry in his school at Groningen and Zwolle and offers correlatively often elementary explanations. In every part of the commentary is given a short introduction to the previous section of the poem, followed by the "Constructio" and the explanations of the single words. The commentary of Torrentius, whose eyesight was failing around 1508 was reprinted up to the middle of the 16th century. - With narrow waterstain in parts, few marginalia minimally affected by slightly trimmed outer margin. - 19th century vellum (later endpapers and fly-leaves). Nº de ref. de la librería 49597AB

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VERGILIUS MARO Publius

Editorial: Alexander Minutianus socer Probi grammatici in Bucolica: e Georgica interpretamenta eruditissima addidit. Apposuit quoque in suis locis Sulpitii Verulanii annotationes in sex prores Aeneidis libros. Tum Philippi Beroaldi Seruii: ut ipse inscripsit: errores: cum domitii Calderini in Juuenilia huius eminentissimi poete commentariis . Mediolani, impressum per Leonardum Vegium MDXI, die XXV Augusti, (Milano, Leonardo Vegio. 25 agosto 1511), (1511)

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Descripción: Alexander Minutianus socer Probi grammatici in Bucolica: e Georgica interpretamenta eruditissima addidit. Apposuit quoque in suis locis Sulpitii Verulanii annotationes in sex prores Aeneidis libros. Tum Philippi Beroaldi Seruii: ut ipse inscripsit: errores: cum domitii Calderini in Juuenilia huius eminentissimi poete commentariis . Mediolani, impressum per Leonardum Vegium MDXI, die XXV Augusti, (Milano, Leonardo Vegio. 25 agosto 1511), 1511. Estado de conservación: molto buono. in-folio (mm 294x208), ff. (10), CCX (la numerazione del f. LXXVII è ripetuta; manca f. K7 tagliato), (20; mancano 4 ff. tagliati: AA6-8 e BB1 contenenti i seguenti opuscoli virgiliani: parte del ''De signis coelestibus'' ed interamente ''Quaedam Idillya'' e il ''Carmen ad Priapum'', cfr. Mombelli n. 118), segn.: 3a6, 3b4, A-I8, K10, L-O8, P6, Q-R8, S6, T-Z8, (* - 3*)8, 2a6, 2A-2C8. Legatura settecentesca (con piccoli difetti) in mezza pelle, tassello e fregetti floreali in oro al dorso. Testo in carattere greco e romano su 23 linee per pagina, titolo in rosso in carattere gotico. La pagina del tit. è inoltre inquadrata da un'elegante bordura vegetale arricchita nel bas de page da due putti che sostengono una corona e da tre medaglioni posti ai due angoli inferiori e a quello superiore del foglio. Nei tondi compaiono le raffigurazioni di Amphion, Orpheus e Arion tratte dal Gafurius, Opus Musicae del 1508. Numerose iniziali vegetali ed figurate di dimensioni variabili segnano l'accesso alle sezioni del testo. Rarissima edizione (prima 1469) della raccolta delle opere virgiliane (Georgiche, Bucoliche, Eneide) con commento; precede il testo una Vita dell'autore. Dai torchi di Leonardo Vegio uscirono due edizioni di quest'opera probabilmente identiche: una falsamente datata 1500 e l'altra nel 1511; il Vegio fu infatti attivo solo tra 1507 e 1513: in quest'arco di tempo lavorò a Milano per suo suocero, Alessandro Minuziano, di cui usò i caratteri, e nel 1513 abbandonò l'attività tipografica, forse per ricoprire un incarico pubblico. Dell'edizione datata 1500 si conosce un solo esemplare censito alla Biblioteca Universitaria Alessandrina di Roma, mentre della presente edizione non si sono riscontrati esemplari in nessuna Biblioteca Italiana. Buon esempl. (lievi gore d'acqua nel margine inferiore di alcuni ff.) Mombelli n. 119. Graesse VII, 335. Sander, Suppl. III, 7655. Manca a STC, Adams, Le Cinquecentine della Trivulziana, Choix d'Olschki, ecc. Nº de ref. de la librería 0000000002906

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P. Virgilii Maronis Bucolica Georgica et Aeneis: Virgilio (Publius Vergilius

Descripción: Excudebat Joannes Zempel prope Montem Jordanum Venantii Monaldini Bibliopolae sumptibus, Romae, 1763. Legature coeve in piena pergamena rigida con nervi. Titoli in oro su tasselli (rinnovati) in pelle rossa al ds. Tagli colorati. Esemplare freschissimo e in ottimo stato di conservazione. Provenienza: collezione Sacchetti (etichette ai ds., ex libris cartacei ai contropiatti e timbretto araldico della casata ai frontis.). Elegantissima edizione dal ricco apparato iconografico dell opera di Virgilio. Folio (cm. 41,6), 3 Voll., 2 cc.nn., XCII pp., 1 c.nn., 211(1) pp.; LX pp., 1 c.nn. ( Aenae Trojani Navigatio , carta geografica a piena pagina), 336 pp.; XXIV, 343 pp. con tre tavole n.t. a piena pagina incise su rame da Marco Carloni, Francesco Barbazza e Ignazio Benedetti. Num.me grandi vignette e capilettera figurati. Frontis. in rosso e nero con ritratti calcografici entro medaglione. Nº de ref. de la librería 4940

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Vergilius Maro, Publius (70-19 B.C.)

Editorial: Apud Simonem Benard, Ex Typographia Dionysii Thierry,, Paris: (1682)

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Descripción: Apud Simonem Benard, Ex Typographia Dionysii Thierry,, Paris:, 1682. 24.2 x 19 cm. Quarto: [xxvi], 864, [clxxxviii] pp. Signatures: a4, e4, i4, õ1, A-5Q4, a-z4, [2d]a4 (lacking blank 2G4). With an added engraved frontispiece. A pleasing copy of the Delphin Virgil, edited by the great Jesuit orator and classicist Charles de la Rue (Carolus Ruaeus) (1643-1725). The ?Delphin Classics? were dedicated to Louis de France, ?le Grand Dauphin? (1661-1711). The series was the work of thirty-nine scholars and was edited by Pierre-Daniel Huet, who was working with Jacques Bousset, tutor to the Dauphin. Schweiger 1170-1171. A very fine copy, bound in contemporary mottled calfskin, the spine elaborately and richly tooled in gold. The spine is separated into compartments by raised sewing supports. The second compartment bears a large red morocco label beautifully tooled in Roman capitals: ?RUAEI VIRGILIUS? The boards are framed by two decorative rules. The binding is in excellent condition with only light wear, the corners lightly bumped. Internally, the text is in very good condition, with occasional light foxing and toning. There is a small dampstain in the gutter in the first two signatures of the Aeneid. The engraved frontispiece, with a central scene showing Arion and the dolphin (an allusion to the Dauphin) and a medallion portrait of Vergil, is just a trifle foxed. Engraved vignettes introduce the Bucolics, Georgics & Aeneid. SECOND EDITION of the Delphin Vergil; this issue was printed ?Ex Typographia David Roger 1689.?. Nº de ref. de la librería 2463D

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Publii Virgilii Maronis. Bucolica, Georgica, et Aenis: Vergilius Maro, Publius

Vergilius Maro, Publius

Editorial: John Baskerville, Birmingham (1771)

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Descripción: John Baskerville, Birmingham, 1771. Second edition of Baskerville's first ("perhaps finest") book; 4to, pp. [10], 432; contemporary full mottled calf neatly rebacked, preserving the old red morocco label on spine; a bit of spotting to the prelims, but a very good copy nonetheless. This second edition, virtually identical, was (surreptitiously?) printed by Baskerville ca. 1771, which is identified by the positioning of the letter J in Johannis in the imprint. The first edition has the J between the B and the I in Birminghamiae; in the second edition it is to the left of the B. Gaskell 2: "The second edition, unlike the first, is a rare book.". Nº de ref. de la librería 48632

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VERGILIUS MARO PUBLIUS (VIRGILUS VIRGILIO )

Editorial: Andrè Bocard, Paris (1497)

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Descripción: Andrè Bocard, Paris, 1497. Rilegato. Estado de conservación: ottimo. [Incunabolo-Rarissimo] (cm. 19,2) solida legatura del XX secolo in mz. vitello, 3 nervi e punte.-- carte 44 (di 46). Caratteri gotici, bei capolettera a fondo nero, 27 linee per il testo e 49 linee per il commento. Segnatura a8,b6,c8,d-g6 - a è minuscolo e non maiuscolo (A) come per errore riferisce Goff. Incunabolo veramente rarissimo. Manca ad Hain, Polain nonchè ad I.g.i., Oates e al Bmc. goff registra solo 3 copie in America e secondo I.g.i. non è posseduto da nessuna biblioteca italiana. Manca anche a Sander e a molti grandi cataloghi antichi di Baer, Rosenthal, Olschki, Maggs, Quaritch ecc. Per la bella marca tipografica vedi Polain "Marques des imprimers en France au XV siecle2 1926 n° 92. Manca la prima carta con il titolo (a1) e la corrispondente a8. Ambedue sono state inserite riprodotte in xerocopia. Esemplare molto bello, nitido e fresco con buoni margini. La carta a2 recto inizia: Tytire tupatule recubans. la carta b1 recto: Hec eadem ut sciret.la carta g1 recto: Cantando puerum.la carta G5 al verso chiude tutta l' opera con la riga: Auctori grates qui tibi pressit agas. Segue l' ultima carta che è bianca. * Goff V 213; * Harvard 3683; * Pellechet 11655; * Walsh 3683; * Cibn V-152.[f42]. Nº de ref. de la librería 000876

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P. Virgilii Maronis Bucolica Georgica et Æneis: VERGILIUS MARO, Publius

VERGILIUS MARO, Publius [VIRGILIO].

Editorial: Excudebat Joannes Zempel prope Montem Jordanum Venantii Monaldini bibliopolæ sumptibus, Romæ. (1763)

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Descripción: Excudebat Joannes Zempel prope Montem Jordanum Venantii Monaldini bibliopolæ sumptibus, Romæ., 1763. Estado de conservación: Condizione esemplare: Riferimenti: The Bodleian library-CD 912361. Ritr calcogr. in ovale sui front. e tre tavole a piena pagina incise su rame da Marco Carloni, Francesco Barbazza e Ignazio Benedetti. Num.me grandi vignette e capilettera figurati. Frontis. in rosso e nero con ritratti calcografici entro medaglione. Legature coeve in mezza pelle con dorsi a sei nervi e tasselli in pelle coi titoli oro. Elegantissima edizione dal ricco apparato iconografico dell’opera di Virgilio. L’opera, ricercata anche per le tavole di Pietro Sante Bartoli, già usate nell’ediz. del 1741 e che copiavano le pitture del Codex vaticanus, è ornata da 104 superbe grandi testate inc. in rame che illustrano i libri delle Bucoliche e Georgiche (nel 1 vol.) e dell’Eneide (2 e 3 vol.). Introdotta da una lunga prefazione e dalla Vita e storia di Virgilio, l’opera - con testo latino e italiano - "ex codice Mediceo-Laurentiano descripta ab Ant. Ambrogi Florentino italico verso reddita, adnotationibus atque variantibus lectionibus et antiquissimi cod. Vaticani picturis pluribusque aliis veterum monumentis". Cfr. Mambelli "Gli annali delle edizioni virgiliane", 417: "Edizione monumentale, divenuta rara. L’editore Ambrogi non corrispose però del tutto alla aspettativa degli studiosi per quanto riguardava la correttezza del testo, a piedi del quale egli collocava le diverse varianti" - Brunet,V, 1306 - Graesse,VII,343. ESEMPLARE BUONO CON AMPIO MARGINE IN PIACEVOLE LEGATURA COEVA. Formato: 3 v. ([4], XCII, 211, [1] p., [1] c. di tav. (antiporta inciso); LX, 336 p., [2] c. di tav. (1 antiporta inciso e 1 c. geogr.); XXIV, 343, [1] p., [1] c. di tav. (antiporta inciso), folio, 44 cm, mezza pelle con dorsi a sei nervi e tasselli in pelle coi titoli oro. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo. Nº de ref. de la librería 62864

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Vergilius Maro, Publius

Editorial: heirs of Marchio Sessa, Venice (1604)

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Descripción: heirs of Marchio Sessa, Venice, 1604. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. A-D8 E4 F-N8 A-Z8 2A 12 2B-2Q8 2R10. 322 II. Woodcut initials and illustrations. Folio (209 x 195 mm). 18th century morocco, spine gilt, gilt dentelles, a. e. g. A few minor paper flaws and 2 repairs at margins at end, else fine. A handsome edition in a very attractive and well-preserved binding. Nº de ref. de la librería D4449

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Vergilius Maro Publius -Abbé des Fontaines

Editorial: Imprimerie de P.Plassan, Parigi 1796

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Descripción: Imprimerie de P.Plassan, Parigi 1796. Ril piena pelle bazzana con incisioni ai piatti e al dorso 4 volumi cm 24x32 pp LX[1]478 con ritratto in antiporta 5 tavole;437,[1] con 4 tavole;447,[1] e 4 tavole;510 e 4 tavole.Raro esemplare in 4° grande su carta velin ritratto di Virgilio di Dupréel e 17 incisioni di Baquoy,Dambrun,Delignon,Delvaux, Ponce e Thomas, da disegni di Moreau e Zocchi. Nº de ref. de la librería 27250

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Publii Virgilii Maronis. Bucolica, Georgica, et Aeneis: Vergilius Maro, Publius

Vergilius Maro, Publius

Editorial: Johannis Baskerville, Birmingham (1766)

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Descripción: Johannis Baskerville, Birmingham, 1766. 8vo, pp. [2], 388; engraved frontispiece; contemporary red straight-grain paneled morocco, gilt-lettered direct on smooth gilt-decorated spine, interlocking gilt border on covers, a.e.g.; pages foxed, a little wear at the extremities, but in all a nice copy with a painting on the fore-edge of a country manor house atop a knoll, surrounded with trees; the painting seems a trifle faded, but it is likely 19th century, possibly done at the time this book was given as a prize to William Semicot Brickwell, Trinity College, Oxford, 1818. With a later engraved bookplate of R. Nash Brickwell. Gaskell 34. Nº de ref. de la librería 32438

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Pub. Vergilii Maronis Opera, quae quidem extant,: VIRGILE ; VERGILIUS

VIRGILE ; VERGILIUS MARO, Publius ;[ VERGIL ; VIRGIL ; DONATUS, Tiberius Claudius ; FABRICIUS, Georgius Chemnicensis ; POMPONIUS LAETUS, Julius ; VIVES, Juan Luis ; BARLANDUS, Adrianus ]

Editorial: Per Sebastianum Henricpetri (1586)

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Descripción: Per Sebastianum Henricpetri, 1586. rigide. Acesserunt iisdem Probi grammatici Pomponij Sabini, Phil. Beroaldi, Ion. Hartungi, Iod. Vvillichiij, Georg. Fabricij, Bonfinis, Ioan. Ludovici Viuis, Adriani Barlandi, & aliorum annotationes utilissimae, 1 vol. in-folio reliure ancienne (début XVIIe) pleine basane marron, dos à 5 nerfs orné, double filet d'encadrement sur plats, Per Sebastianum Henricpetri [HENRICPETRI, Sebastianus ], Basileae, Mense Martio 1586 (colophon), 12 ff. n. ch., 2174 pp. (sur deux colonnes), 24 ff. n. ch. (index, avec la belle marque d'imprimeur au verso du dernier feuillet). Signatures : alpha-bêta6, a-z6, 2A-4A6, 4B10 Intéressant exemplaire en reliure ancienne de cette imposante édition des Oeuvres complètes de Virgile, établie par Georges Fabricius et reprenant notamment les commentaires de l'humaniste espagnol Juan Vivès (petites restaurations anciennes à la reliure et aux deux premiers feuillets sans atteinte au texte, ex libris ms. "ex bibliotheca Joan. Defray Doct. Med. Monop." - avec son ex-libris gravé arraché -, mouill. angulaire aux premiers ff., la plupart des feuillets sont uniformément roux). Heckethorn, The Printers of Basle, 159 Langue: Latin. Nº de ref. de la librería 25813

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Opera: 1: Aeneis; 2: Bucolica, Georgica.: VERGILIUS MARO, Publius.

VERGILIUS MARO, Publius.

Editorial: Apud Claudium Argentieri bibliopolam, Spoleto. (1930)

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Descripción: Apud Claudium Argentieri bibliopolam, Spoleto., 1930. Estado de conservación: Condizione esemplare: L’edizione è così composta: Opera Aeneis, pp. 335,(3). L’Eneide (in 12 libri), con testo in latino. Il vol. è illustrato da un pregevole frontesp. miniato e da 12 stupende grandi iniziali figurate a vignetta, ciasc. impreziosita sul lato sinistro da ricchi motivi ornamentali, tutte miniate A MANO da L. Cellini. Opera Bucolica. Georgica, pp. 122. Le Bucoliche (in 10 libri) e le Georgiche (in 4 libri), con testo in latino. Il vol. è illustrato da un belliss. frontesp. miniato e da 14 magnifiche grandi iniziali a motivi ornamentali, di cui 1 con una scena pastorale ed 1 con una scena campestre, tutte miniate da L. Cellini. Pregevole edizione, stampata coi tipi di C. Moneta, in tirat. di 110 esemplari (la nostra è la copia numero 14). Impressa su carta speciale similpergamena. Formato: 2 v. (335, [3] p.; 122 p.), 43 cm, mezza pelle con punte e dorso a sei nervi. Buono. Nº de ref. de la librería 62866

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Descripción: 3 Volumes. Romae 1763-65. Numerous partial page copper plates including initials; map, 16.75 x 11.5", old polished calf with gilt spines; labels, xcii, 211; C, 336, XXIV; 343 w/index, EX-LIBRARY, bookplates only, hinges tender, spine labels defective,s pines well worn, covers worn with some leather peeling, some text soiling & spottind but mostly clean. Nº de ref. de la librería 96-0930

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P. Virgilius Maro varietate lectionis et perpetua: VERGILIUS MARO, PUBLIUS

VERGILIUS MARO, PUBLIUS

Editorial: typis excudit J.F. Dove, veneunt apud Ricardum Priestley, Londini (1821)

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Descripción: typis excudit J.F. Dove, veneunt apud Ricardum Priestley, Londini, 1821. 4 volumes, royal 8vo (identified by Lowndes as the Large Paper issue), contemporary full tree calf, covers with ornate gilt borders, smooth spines in 6 compartments, red morocco labels in two, a.e.g.; joints starting, minor wear at the spine ends, but all in all a handsome set. Volume 1 is Bucolica et Georgica; vols. 2 & 3 comprise The Aenid; and vol. 4 the Carmina Minora and index. Lowndes IV, 2728. Nº de ref. de la librería 23965

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Publii Virgilii Maronis: Bucolica, Georgica, et Aeneis.: Vergilius Maro, Publius

Vergilius Maro, Publius

Editorial: Andreas Foulis, Glasgow (1778)

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Descripción: Andreas Foulis, Glasgow, 1778. 2 volumes in 1, folio, [4], 277, [1]; blank leaf; [8], 307, [1], [2] subscribers; contemporary full tree calf neatly and sympathetically rebacked to style, yellow edges, gilt ownership stamp on upper cover of Richard L. Schieffelin, and an engraved family bookplate on the front pastedown with other family names crossed out and his added, together with the date October, 1813; a very good copy, and handsomely printed. "Printed in a correct and magnificent manner" -- Dibdin. Gaskell 639; Brunet V, 1293. Nº de ref. de la librería 27855

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VERGILIUS Publius Maro

Editorial: Nicolò Zoppino (1540)

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Descripción: Nicolò Zoppino, 1540. Rilegato. Estado de conservación: quasi ottimo. In 8° (15,2 x 10). Cc. 24; 23+1 c.b; 20; 19+1 c.b.; 27+1 c.b.; 25+(6). Manca lultimo foglio bianco. Con numerose belle illustrazioni xilografiche a un terzo di pagina nel testo. Insignificanti fori di tarlo alla prima e ultima carta, per il resto un bellesemplare fresco in legatura coeva pergamena floscia. Bella e rara edizione illustrata. Ogni parte ha un frontespizio a sé e analogamente mutano dediche e traduttori. I traduttori sono Alessandro Sansedoni, Ippolito de Medici, Bernardino Borghesi, Bartolomeo Carli Piccolomini, Aldobrando nobile senese e Alessandro Piccolomini. Beautiful illustrated edition. Superb engraved title-page, each further part has his own separate title-page. The translation has been made by six different literates. Unobtrusive small wormhole in first and last leaf, otherwise a fresh copy in contemporary limp vellum. BRUNET, V-1308. BM-STC Italian, p. 731. SANDER, n. 7648. Nº de ref. de la librería 1424

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Descripción: Leiden, B. und A. Elzevier, 1636., 1636. Erste Ausgabe, erster Druck, mit den beiden Seiten vor den 'Bucolica' und der 'Aeneide' in Rotdruck. Der Elzevier-Vergil ist eines der berühmtesten Druckerzeugnisse der Presse, ein wahres Meisterwerk der Typographie. Die Texte wurden von Daniel Heinsius revidiert. Sehr selten in einem alten Einband! Techener bemerkte schon im Vorwort zum Katalog der Sammlung Nodier: ". dans les cadres de M. Nodier il entrait nécessairement un Virgile. Eh bien! sa bibliothèque est sans Virgile! Rien pourtant, dira-t-on, n'est moins rare qu'un beau Virgile; mais notre illustre patron ne voulait avoir que le Virgile des amateurs, le Virgile Elzevir 1636, beau, grand, et s'il eût été possible dans sa vieille reliure. Eh bien! il n'en a jamais trouvé un exemplaire digne de sa bibliothèque." – Willems 450; Schweiger II 1169. Nº de ref. de la librería 19953

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The works of Virgil, translated by John: Vergilius Maro, Publius

Vergilius Maro, Publius

Editorial: printed by Robert and Andrew Foulis, Glasgow (1769)

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Descripción: printed by Robert and Andrew Foulis, Glasgow, 1769. 12mo, 3 volumes; portrait frontispiece and folding map; contemporary polished calf (likely from the Foulis bindery), gilt decorated spine in 5 compartments, red morocco label in 1, speckled edges; endpapers toned, slightly later call label on upper cover, bookplate of Hope Trust, Edinburgh, signature of Jane Stevenson on title page; very good. Gaskell 497. Nº de ref. de la librería 48778

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P. Virgilii Maronis. Bucolica, Georgica et Aeneis,: Vergilius Maro, Publius

Vergilius Maro, Publius

Editorial: apud G. Hamilton & J. Balfour, Edinburgh (1755)

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Descripción: apud G. Hamilton & J. Balfour, Edinburgh, 1755. 8vo, 2 volumes; pp. [4], 209, [3]; [5], 212-447, [3]; contemporary speckled calf with gilt borders and spine in 6 compartments, red morocco label in 1, marbled edges and endpapers; joints just starting, armorial bookplate of Hugh Rose Young of Kilravock. A very good, handsome set. Nº de ref. de la librería 48781

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Descripción: apud Petrum Dusinellum, Venetiis, 1586. Piccola mancanza di pergamena al piatto posteriore Marca tipografica incisa con la Fortuna su una nave tiene una vela gonfiata dal vento. Davanti a lei Mercurio, tutto in cornice e motto che cita: in dies arte ac fortuna" (6) + c.c. 389 p. 220x300mm p.perg settecentesca cordonata con tass. Nº de ref. de la librería 37651

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