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Isocratis Oratio ad Nicoclem Cypri regem de regno ad ministrando / per Franciscum Buzacharinume Graeco in Latinum traducta.

Author/Creator:
Isocrates.
Standardized Title:
To Nicocles. Latin
Other Title:
Oratio ad Nicoclem Cypri regem de regno ad ministrando
Goff title: Oratio ad Nicoclem
Publication:
[Venice : Piero de Piasi, Bartholomaeus de Blavis, and Andreas Torresanus, de Asula, 1480]
Format/Description:
Book
[10] leaves (the first leaf blank) ; 21 cm. (4to)
Fingerprint:
u-la e.i- sui- FI&p (C) 1480 (Q)
Subjects:
Kings and rulers -- Duties -- Early works to 1800.
Form/Genre:
Incunabula -- Italy -- Venice -- 1480.
Place of Publication:
Italy Venice.
Notes:
Title from caption on leaf [a]3r.
Imprint from ISTC.
"Federigo Cornaro, in whose term of office the translator's dedication was written, was praetor or podestà of Padua in 1479-80."--BM 15th cent.
Chancery quarto. Leaf [a]3v: 30 lines; area of text: 133 x 71 mm. Initial spaces; spaces for paragraph marks. Leaves [a]2-[a]5 signed "a", "b", "c" and "d", respectively; without foliation or catchwords.
Signatures: [a]¹⁰.
Local notes:
Leaf size: 200 x 140 mm.
Penn Libraries copy without rubrication; initials supplied by a reader in dark ink.
Penn Libraries copy has a few early ms. marginal annotations.
Purchased for the Penn Libraries in 1955.
Penn Libraries copy has illustrated bookplate of Clann Dhaibhidh (with motto: Failte thighearna thulaich) on front pastedown.
Penn Libraries copy bound by Riviere & Son (with their stamp in tail turn-in of left board) in full red morocco; title ("ISOCRATES AD NICOCLEM") and imprint place and date stamped in gold on spine; gold-ruled cover edges and turn-ins; all edges gilt.
Penn Libraries copy: left board detached.
Penn Provenance:
Clann Dhaibhidh (bookplate)
Penn Chronology:
1480
Cited in:
Goff I-213
BM 15th cent. V, p. 268 (IA.20844)
GW M15373
ISTC ii00213000
Contributor:
Buzacarinus, Franciscus.
Piasi, Piero de, 15th cent., printer.
Blavis, Bartholomaeus de, fl. 1481-1485, printer.
Torresanus, Andreas, de Asula, 1451-1529, printer.
Riviere & Son, binder.
Incunable Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Early Venetian Imprint Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
249353781
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