Ioan. Frobenius lectori S.D., habes iterum Moriae encomium pro castigatissimo castigatius : unà cum Listrij commentarijs, & alijs complusculis libellis, non minus eruditis [quam] festiuis, quoru[m] catalogum proxma mox indicabit pagella : bene uale.

Erasmus, Desiderius, -1536.
Standardized Title:
Moriae encomium
Other Title:
Ioan. Frobenivs lectori S.D., habes iterum Moriae encomium pro castigatissimo castigatius
Habes iterum Moriae encomium pro castigatissimo castigatius
Apud inclytam Basileam : [Johann Froben], MDXXI [1521]
419, [1] p. ; 19 cm. (8vo)
i-uæ a-ue ines uire (3) 1521 (R)
Place of Publication:
Switzerland Basel.
(from t.p. verso) In hoc opere contenta. Ludus L. Annei Senecae, De morte Claudij Caesaris, nuper in Germania repertus, cu[m] scholijs Beati Rhenani
Synesius Cyrenensis De laudibus caluitij, Ioa[n]ne Phrea Britanno interprete, cum scholijs Beati Rhenani
Erasmi Roterodami Moriae encomium cum commentarijs Gerardi Listrij trium linguarum periti
Epistola apologetica Erasmi Roterodami, ad Martinu[m] Dorpium theologum.
Colophon on leaf D8v: Basileae apud Io. Frob. mense Octobri. An. M. D. XXI.
Signatures: a-z⁸ A-B⁸ C⁴ D⁸.
Title within decorative woodcut border by Hans Holbein; text of leaves a1v and a2r within decorative woodcut borders; initials, head-pieces, and printer's device.
Text surrounded by commentary with printed marginalia.
Includes index.
Local notes:
Purchased for the Penn Libraries in 1951.
Penn Libraries copy has folded slip with typescript description of this edition laid in; card with author, title and imprint laid in.
Penn Libraries copy has bookplate of Henri Joseph Francotte on front pastedown; early ms. ownership inscription ("Ex biblioth. vrbana Jac[?]. Bauarij. 1561.") at foot of title leaf; ms. bibliographical note in red ink in French on front free endpaper; some ms. underlines and annotations and a few ms. marginal marks in text.
Penn Libraries copy: spine damaged.
Penn Provenance:
Francotte, Henri Joseph (bookplate)
Penn Chronology:
Cited in:
VD 16 E 3191
Listrius, Gerardus.
Phreas, John, d. 1465.
Rhenanus, Beatus, 1485-1547.
Froben, Johann, -1527, printer.
Dutch Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, approximately 4 B.C.-65 A.D. Apocolocyntosis.
Synesius, of Cyrene, Bishop of Ptolemais. Calvitii encomium.
Epistola apologetica Erasmi Roterodami, ad Martinum Dorpium theologum.
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