En tibi lector optime, Lucij Annaei Senecae sanctissimi philosophi lucubrationes omnes...

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Author

Lucius Annaeus Seneca

Title

En tibi lector optime, Lucij Annaei Senecae sanctissimi philosophi lucubrationes omnes...

Date

1515

Place

In inclyta Germaniae Basilea [Basel, Switzerland]

Publisher

J. Froben

Language

Latin

Contributor

Desiderius Erasmus
Graf, Urs

Note

TYPE:

Renaissance roman.

TABLES/INDEXES:

Includes index.

PROVENANCE:

Illegible autograph on front pastedown.

Autograph on front free endpaper "Antonius Rechenmacher 1820".

MARGINALIA:

Occasional marginal notes in LatinĀ in the De beneficiis indexing the text; occasional marginal markingsĀ in the De beneficiis drawing attention to particular passages in the text.

Extensive printed marginalia.

ILLUSTRATIONS:

Title page and first page of Erasmus' dedicatory letter within woodcut frames by Urs Graf.

FORMAT:

2o. a-z[6] A-O[6] P[8] Q-2H[6] Ii[8] (9 leaves, with Ii1 tipped in before a folio in eights, with first folio page signed Ii2)

DEDICATIONS:

Includes dedicatory letter by Erasmus addressed to Thomas Ruthall, Bishop of Durham.

BINDING:

Decorated paper over pasteboard.

OTHER:

At head of title: Ioannes Frobenius verae philosophiae studiosis s.d.

Library Catalog

https://crrs.ca/rare_books/crrs-rare-book-retrieval-requests/

Num Pages

643, [23] p.

Call Number

PA6661 .A2 1515

Item Type

Book

Collection

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Citation

Lucius Annaeus Seneca, “En tibi lector optime, Lucij Annaei Senecae sanctissimi philosophi lucubrationes omnes...,” Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies (CRRS) Rare Book Collection, accessed September 25, 2022, https://crrs.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/7483.

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