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Oraison que feit Marc Tulle Ciceron, opinant pour les prouinces consulaires ; Le premier liure des Epistres que Ciceron escrit à son frere Quinte ; L'Epistre que Cicero[n] escrit a Octauius, depuis appellé Auguste.

Author/Creator:
Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
Publication:
Imprimé à Paris : Par Simon de Colines, 1544.
Format/Description:
Book
56 leaves ; 17 cm (8vo)
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Standardized Title:
Selections. French 1544
Other Title:
Oraison que feit Marc Tvlle Ciceron
Fingerprint:
u-a- s.us etde dapa (3) 1544 (A)
Form/Genre:
Manuscript waste (Binding)
Printers' device (Printing) -- France -- Paris -- 16th century.
Place of Publication:
France Paris.
Notes:
Signatures: A-G⁸.
Leaves printed on both sides.
Printer's device of Simon de Colines depicts Father Time as a wigned satyr carrying a scythe, with motto: Tempus virtus sola aciem retundit istam.
French translations of Cicero's "De provinciis consularibus" and "Epistulae ad Quintum fratrem"; "Epistula ad Octavianum" has benn fictitiously attributed to Cicero.
Translated by Antoine du Prat.
Woodcuts: device on title page; Criblé initials.
Local notes:
Culture Class Collection copy has vellum leaf from unidentified manuscript used as binder's waste.
Culture Class Collection copy with ms. signature "Richart Hobeau" [i.e. Richardus Hobeus?] on title page.
Culture Class Collection copy has ownership stamp: "Earl of Ellenborough's heirlooms. Book no. 1430".
Penn Provenance:
Ellenborough, Edward Law, Earl of, 1790-1871 (stamp)
Hobeus, Richardus (autograph)
1544
Contributor:
Duprat, Antoine, 1463-1535.
Colines, Simon de, d. 1546, printer.
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Latin Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Contains:
Cicero, Marcus Tullius. De provinciis consularibus. French.
Epistula ad Octavianum. French
Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Epistulae ad Quintum fratrem. French.
OCLC:
708055323