M. Tullii Ciceronis epistolae ad familiareis; [P]hilippi Melancthonis argumenta & scholia; Ioach. Camerarij & Eras. Roterod. locorum obscuriorum recognitio, verba Graeca Latinis expressa; Pauli Manutij [h]istoria de Ptolemaeo rege, ad intelligentiam libri primi; Alexandri ab Alexandro schola Ciceronis; Livij historia de Cicerone; Petri Victorij, Stephani Doleti, A. Gellij, & aliorum annotationes, quorum catalogus post aliquot pagellas apponitur. [Epsitolae ad familiares]

Author

Marcus Tullius Cicero

Title

M. Tullii Ciceronis epistolae ad familiareis; [P]hilippi Melancthonis argumenta & scholia; Ioach. Camerarij & Eras. Roterod. locorum obscuriorum recognitio, verba Graeca Latinis expressa; Pauli Manutij [h]istoria de Ptolemaeo rege, ad intelligentiam libri primi; Alexandri ab Alexandro schola Ciceronis; Livij historia de Cicerone; Petri Victorij, Stephani Doleti, A. Gellij, & aliorum annotationes, quorum catalogus post aliquot pagellas apponitur. [Epsitolae ad familiares]

Date

1592

Place

Francofurti [Frankfurt, Germany]

Publisher

Apud haeredes Christ. Egenolphi

Language

Latin

Contributor

Desiderius Erasmus
Philipp Melanchthon
Joachim Camerarius
Paolo Manuzio
Livy

Note

TYPE:

Italic (text); renaissance roman (notes).

TABLES/INDEXES:

Includes table of commentaries and notes included in the work.

Includes index.

PROVENANCE:

Inscriptions on front pastedown "Keerl 1778", "Conrad Heinrich Keerl", and another indecipherable name (Glink?).

MARGINALIA:

Brief MS notes in Latin on front pastedown and recto of front free endpaper. MS notes of various sorts throughout the rest of the book, especially in the first four books of letters, including: marginal notes in Latin (including glosses and occasional textual notes); other marginal markings (including stars and geometric skteches); underlining (usually in black, sometimes in green, red, or pencil); the addition of numbering system to some of the books of letters; and occasional drawings (including faces in the margin and in capital letters).

Extensive printed marginalia.

FORMAT:

8vo. A-Z8 a-p8 q8 (q1+chi1, q2+chi2, q3+chi3, q4+chi4, q5+chi5, q6+chi6, q7+chi7, q8+chi8) r-z8 2A-2E8 2F8 (-2F8).

DEDICATIONS:

Includes introductory letter by the "typographus" addressed to the reader.

BINDING:

Alum-tawed pigskin over wooden boards; blind tooled on both boards and spine including roundels on both boards showing "Philipu[s] Mel[anchthon]"; metal clasps.

Archive Location

Library Catalog

Num Pages

[16], 803, [11] p.

Short Title

M. Tullii Ciceronis epistolae ad familiareis

Call Number

PA6297 .A2 1592

Item Type

Book

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Citation

Marcus Tullius Cicero, “M. Tullii Ciceronis epistolae ad familiareis; [P]hilippi Melancthonis argumenta & scholia; Ioach. Camerarij & Eras. Roterod. locorum obscuriorum recognitio, verba Graeca Latinis expressa; Pauli Manutij [h]istoria de Ptolemaeo rege, ad intelligentiam libri primi; Alexandri ab Alexandro schola Ciceronis; Livij historia de Cicerone; Petri Victorij, Stephani Doleti, A. Gellij, & aliorum annotationes, quorum catalogus post aliquot pagellas apponitur. [Epsitolae ad familiares],” Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies (CRRS) Rare Book Collection, accessed April 20, 2024, https://crrs.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/7089.