Le Pétrarque en rime françoise avecq ses commentaires / traduict par Philippe de Maldeghem, Seigneur de Leyschot.

Petrarca, Francesco, 1304-1374.
Standardized Title:
Rime. French
A Douay : Chez François Fabry, libraire iuré, MDCVI [1606]
[22], 547, [13] p. : ill. (ports) ; 16 cm. (8vo)
reer e,ge ite, EtSe (3) 1606 (R)
Place of Publication:
France Douai.
Signatures: *⁸ [dagger]⁴ A-2M⁸.
Reprint of the Brussels edition of 1600.
Comprises the entire Rime and the giunta of the second Aldine ed. Prefatory matter includes the translator's dedication to Prince Maximillian, his apology (verse), various verses addressed to the translator, and the life of Petrarch and of Laura. The biography of Petrarch is a translation from Vellutello (later form) ; that of Laura a translation from Gesualdo. Notes accompany translation.
Woodcut portrait of Petrarch on title page; medallion portrait of Petrarch and Laura on prelim. p. [22].
Woodcut initials; head- and tail pieces.
Local notes:
Culture Class Collection copy bound in full calf; title and imprint date stamped in gold on spine; gold-tooled floral designs on spine; all edges speckled red.
Culture Class Collection copy has illegible ms. inscription inked out on title page.
Culture Class Collection copy has bookseller's description affixed to front pastedown.
Penn Chronology:
Cited in:
Fowler, M. Petrarch, p. 169, Pet - NF 46
Ley, Klaus. Drucke von Petrarcas "Rime”, 0362
Lawn, Brian. Catalogus Bibliothecae Lawnianae, p. 126
Vellutello, Alessandro.
Gesualdo, Giovanni Andrea, 16th cent.
Maldeghem, Philippe de, seigneur de Leyschot, 1547-1611.
Febry, Francois, bookseller.
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Italian Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
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