Institutio principis Christiani, saluberrimis referta [prae]ceptis, per Erasm[um] Roterodamum, praemissis pr[ae]ceptis Isocratis de regno eodem interprete.

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Author

Desiderius Erasmus

Title

Institutio principis Christiani, saluberrimis referta [prae]ceptis, per Erasm[um] Roterodamum, praemissis pr[ae]ceptis Isocratis de regno eodem interprete.

Date

1517

Place

Paris

Publisher

In [ae]dibus Ascensianis

Language

Latin

Contributor

Isocrates

Note

OTHER:

Imprint from colophon to Erasmus' Institutio principis Christiani.

Bound with Plutarchi Cheronei opuscula, with separate title page.

WATERMARK:

Fleurs-de-lis.

TYPE:

Renaissance roman, with occasional passages in Renaissance Greek.

PROVENANCE:

Inscriptions on title page: "? Giller iv.d."; "Stephanus Co?pp???? 1602 No 63:".

MARGINALIA:

Inscriptions in various hands on the front pastedown recording the title, author, printer, and date, as well as information on prices paid for the item at various times and information on other items; 20 pages of notes on blank pages included at rear of book (including rear free endpaper and rear pastedown), mostly on legal topics.

Extensive printed marginalia.

FORMAT:

8vo. a-h82a8 followed by 44 blank pages.

DEDICATIONS:

Includes dedicatory preface by Erasmus addressed to Charles (later the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V).

BINDING:

Leather over pasteboard, blind tooled on both boards and spine; head-edge and tail-edge titles; remains of ties; binding reinforced with MS waste.

Archive Location

Library Catalog

Num Pages

[128] p.

Call Number

JC145 .E63 1517

Item Type

Book

Collection

Citation

Desiderius Erasmus, “Institutio principis Christiani, saluberrimis referta [prae]ceptis, per Erasm[um] Roterodamum, praemissis pr[ae]ceptis Isocratis de regno eodem interprete.,” Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies (CRRS) Rare Book Collection, accessed September 25, 2022, https://crrs.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/7116.

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