Homērou Ilias ; [Odysseia ; Batrachomyomachia ; Hymnoi 1b] = Homeri Ilias ; [Vlyssea ; Batrachomyomachia ; Hymni XXXII]

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Homērou Ilias ; [Odysseia ; Batrachomyomachia ; Hymnoi 1b] = Homeri Ilias ; [Vlyssea ; Batrachomyomachia ; Hymni XXXII]

 

 

Name:
Homer (Author,Contributor), Torresanus, Andreas (De Asula), 1451-1529 (Publisher), Manuzio, Aldo, 1449 or 1450-1515 (Contributor), Melanchthon, Philipp, 1497-1560 (Contributor), Luther, Martin, 1483-1546 (Contributor), Torresani, family of printers (Contributor)
Title:
Homērou Ilias ; [Odysseia ; Batrachomyomachia ; Hymnoi 1b] = Homeri Ilias ; [Vlyssea ; Batrachomyomachia ; Hymni XXXII]
Subjects:
Manuzio family
Format:
manuscripts
Genre:
manuscripts
Place of Origin:
Venetiis
Publisher:
In aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asulani soceri
Date:
mense Iunio 1517
Physical Description:
2 volumes ; 17 cm (octavo)
Note:
original filename:ldpd_7821252_002_00000009, ldpd_7821252_003_00000009, ldpd_7821252_002_00000513Imprint from colophon, v. [2]Signatures: v. 1: 1-7⁸ A-2L⁸ 2M⁶; v. 2: a-z⁸ A-H⁸ I⁴Last leaf of v. [1] blankVol. 1: [56], 277, [1] leaves ; Vol. 2: 251, [1] leavesAldine device on t.p. and verso of final leaf of each vol; capital spaces with guide lettersThe second Aldine edition. Each vol. has a distinct pagination. The life of Homer is on 56 unpaged leavesIncludes registerRare Book copy: Pagination: v.1. 177, [1] leaves ; v.2. 251, [1] leaves, [56] leavesRare Book copy: Signatures: v. 1. A-2L8, M4; v. 2 a-z8, A-H8, I4, 1-7Rare Book copy: Volume 1, copy 1: Worm hole in first two leaves with slight loss of textRare Book copy: Volume 2: Signature p either misbound or misprinted as 113, 116, 115, 114, 117, 110 [sic], 119, 118Rare Book copy: Volume 2: Trimmed with slight loss of annotations in marginsRare Book copy 1: Inscribed by Philipp Melanchthon to Martin Luther. Extensively annotated throughout, in more than one hand, probably including Philipp Melanchthon. The notes seem to be lecture notes, either Melanchthon's preparatory notes or by studentsRare Book copy 1: Bound in alum-tawed pigskin decorated in blind with tools and rolls. Remnants of 2 clasps on fore-edge
Language:
Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
Library Location:
Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Columbia University
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Catalog Record:
7820626
Digital Project:
Martin Luther at the birth of the modern world
Persistent URL:
https://dx.doi.org/10.7916/d8-4sma-br41