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2010-04-26 19:49:45
PEROTTUS NICOLAUS
Thusculani: (in fine): Thusculani, Apud Benacum in Aedibus Alexandri Paganini. Mense Aprili, 1522(1522). [Filologia-Raro] (cm. 23,6) ottima piena pergamena sec. XVII, nervetti e titolo calligrafato al dorso.-- cc. 50, colonne 1268, l' ultima carta con colophon e registro è bianca al verso. Testo su due colonne, magnifica bordura xilografica al frontis raffigurata nel volume "200 decorative title-pages" e citata in "Handbook Renaissance Ornament" tavv. 18-19 dove è attribuita al Taccuini. Bella ed elegantissima edizione della più importante opera del Perottus; essa costituisce un commentario sui libri degli spettacoli ed è un prezioso commento degli epigrammi di Marziale nonchè un lessico ragionato della lingua latina. Sembra che il Perottus avesse rinunciato a terminare il commento di alcuni epigrammi del Marziale perchè saturi di oscenità. L' opera è stampata con singolari e minutissimi caratteri. Alessandro Paganino era in possesso delle matrici e dei punzoni di tipo arabo usati per stampare il Corano. Qualche insignificante macchiolina e lievi tracce di polvere all' inizio e in fine, ma esemplare fresco, bello e nitido ottimamente conservato considerato l' uso pratico cui era destinato. * Sander 5534; * Sandy "Classical Scholarships" II 71; * Baroncelli 24; * Balsamo "Origini del corsivo" pp. 79-101; * Nuovo "Alessandro Paganino" 60; * Choix 12181; * Biblioteca Panizzi 4449; * Brunet IV 506; * Graesse V 205; * Bm. Stc. 499; * Adams P 723.[f49]. Libro. Book Condition: buono. Binding: Rilegato
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2008-11-26 15:01:11
LIBANIUS. The art of speaking in Byzantium : Erasmus' apprentice text as translator of the classics. The Latin translations are printed facing the Greek texts on parallel pages. Woodcut initials after designs by Hans Holbein, woodcut title border signed by Urs Graf
Basel, Johann Froben, 1522. Declamatiunculae aliquot, eaedemq[ue] Latinae, per Des.Erasmum Rot. Cum duabus orationibus Lysiae itidem versis, incerto interprete, & aliis nonnullis. Basel, Johann Froben, March (at end: 1st May) 1522. 4to. [114]f. Greek text with Latin translation on opposite pages. With ornamental woodcut borders and historiated initials after Hans Holbein; ornamental title woodcut border signed by U[rs] G[raf]. Large printer's device at end. Contemporary blind-tooled half pigskin over oak boards. Erasmus proved his linguistic skills in his Latin version of the collected speeches on set topics by the 4th century Greek rhetorician Libanius, his first attempt at translating a classical text. Working from a Greek manuscript at Louvain University, he corrected several errors and omissions, for the first printing in 1519. The remaining errors were eliminated for this 2nd edition prepared by Froben, in which a number of passages were given a more accurate form. Libanius, who taught at Antioch and Constantinople, was regarded as a model of style both in Christian Byzantium and in Renaissance Europe. He was advisor to both the pagan emperor Julian (362-3) and the Christian emperor Theodosius I (379-393). The volume additionally contains Latin versions of IsocratesÂ’ Orations (by Petrus Mosellanus), the declamations of Lucian of Samosata by Erasmus, and the orations of Lysias. The Latin translations are printed facing the Greek texts on parallel pages. The splendid woodcut title border is illustrated in Walter Lüthi, Urs Graf, Zürich 1928. A good copy with a contempora … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hünersdorff Rare Books ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
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