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Aristotelis De mu[n]do seu cosmographia liber unus ad Alexandrum Andrea à Lacuna Secobie[n]si interprete, nunc primu[m] in luce[m] emissus. Luciani dialogus tragopodagra nominatus non minus eruditus [quam] festinus & elegans / per eundem andream à Lacuna Secobiense[m] Latinitate donatus.

Author/Creator:
Aristotle.
Standardized Title:
De mundo Latin
Publication:
Compluti : Execudabat Ioannes Brocarius, anno ... MDxxxviii, die uero decimaquarta, mensis Noue[m]bris [14 Nov. 1538]
Format/Description:
Book
xlviii [i.e. xlv], [3] leaves ; 16 cm (8vo)
Fingerprint:
n-ia liur ræur elex (C) 1571 (A)
Subjects:
Cosmography -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
Spain Alcalá de Henares.
Notes:
Imprint from colophon.
Numerous errors in foliation: Leaves vii and xiii duplicated; leaves xiv and xv omitted.
Signatures: a-f⁸ (last 3 blank)
Leaves printed on both sides.
Title printed within architectural woodcut border.
Translation of "De mundo" by Laguna.
"De mundo" is now considered spuriously attributed to Aristotle.
Includes Laguna translation of Lucian's Ocypus.
Online version available via Colenda https://colenda.library.upenn.edu/catalog/81431-p3vh5cq75
Local notes:
Culture Class Collection copy wanting final blank leaf.
Penn Chronology:
1571
Cited in:
Simon Diaz, J. Bibliografía de la literatura hispánica, XII, 5276
Palau y Dulcet (2. ed.) 16708
García López, J.C. Tipografia Complutense, 163
Bibliografia physico-mathematica Hispanica 1475-1900 p. 173
Contributor:
Brocar, Juan de, fl. 1538-1560, printer.
Contains:
Lucian, of Samosata. Ocypus. 1538.
OCLC:
806235852
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