Delitiæ CC. Italorum poetarum, huius superiorisque æui illustrium / collectore Ranutio Ghero.
- Other Title:
- Delitiæ CC. Italorvm poetarvm, hvivs svperiorisqve ævi illustrivm
Delitiæ CC. Italorum poetarum, huius superiorisque ævi illustrium
- [Frankfurt am Main] : Prostant in officinâ Ionae Rosae, MDCVIII 
2 v. ; 13 cm (16mo)
- i-u- reum t.s, FrGr (3) 1608 (R) v.1
ilum amm- isi, SeTe (3) 1608 (R) v.2
- Latin poetry -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800.
Latin poetry, Medieval and modern -- Early works to 1800.
- Printers' devices (Publishing) -- Germany -- Frankfurt -- 17th century.
Manuscript waste (Binding) -- Germany.
- Place of Publication:
- Germany Frankfurt am Main.
- Ranutius Gherus is the pseudonym of Janus Gruterus. Cf. VD 17.
Imprint place supplied from VD 17.
Signatures: [pt. 1]: ):(⁸ A-4Y⁸ (leaves ):(8, 4Y6, 4Y7 and 4Y8 blanks) ; pt. 2: (:)⁸ a-5d⁸ (leaves (:)8 and 5d8 blanks).
Part 2: leaf g1 unsigned.
Pagination: [pt. 1]: , 1399,  p. ; pt. 2: , 1481,  p.
Woodcut title vignettes (bookseller's device) and initials.
Type ornament head- and tail-pieces.
Errata at end of each volume.
- Local notes:
- CJS Rare copy purchased for the Penn Libraries in 2018 at auction from Kestenbaum & Company (sale 76, lot 321).
CJS Rare copy: pt. 1: a few wormholes in boards, pastedowns, and free endpapers; wormholes in leaves ):(1-Y5, 4E5-4I2, 4B8-4Y8, 4C5-4Y8 with occasional damage to text.
CJS Rare copy: pt. 1 bound in portion of a Hebrew manuscript parchment leaf written in a semi-cursive 14th/15th-century German-Ashkenazic hand. The text is the Tosafot on Talmud Bavli Ḥulin (today p. 124a), with a highlighted source as ר'י'ב'א', which is a citation of R. Isaac b. Asher ha-levi of Speyer (11th century).
CJS Rare copy: pt. 2 bound in portion of a Hebrew manuscript parchment leaf written in a semi-cursive 14th/15th-century German-Ashkenazic hand. There are two texts in the manuscript fragment; the first is unidentified, and it revolves around the Talmudic discussion of Hezekiah and Sennacherib as mentioned in Talmud Bavli Sanhedrin 94a-b. The second portion is from the Maḥazor Ṿiṭri by R. Śimḥah b. Shemuʼel of Vitry (d. 1105), showing the portion of introduction and beginning of the commentary to the Pirḳe Avot.
- Penn Chronology:
- Cited in:
- VD 17 39:120854X, 3:308399S
- Rhodius, Jonas, bookseller.
שמחה בן שמואל, מויטרי, נפ׳ 1105.
Śimḥah, mi-Ṿiṭri, -1105.
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