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Budé, Guillaume; Luxembourg, Jean de; [Dolet, Étienne]
[De l'institution du Prince.] De Linstitution du Prince. Livre contenant plusieurs Histoires, Enseignements, & saiges Dicts des Anciens tant Grecs que Latins: Faict & composé par Maistre Guillaume Budé, lors Secretaire & maistre de la Librairie, & depuis Maistre des Requestes, et Conseiller du Roy. Reveu, enrichy d'Arguments, divisé par Chapitres, & augmenté de Scholies & Annotations, Par hault & puissant Seigneur, Missire Jean de Luxembourg, Abbé d'Jury
Imprimé à l'Arrivour Abbaye [Larrivour]: dudict Seign, Par Maistre Nicole Paris, 1547. First edition, later version (first in 1546). Title page in an ornate frame. Woodcut printer's device on the last page. Woodcut initials throughout. Woodcut coat of arms of Jean de Luxembourg on S1r. In later paste paper. Gauffered edges. Label with shelfmark on the front panel. Old collection stamps on the title page. Budé's name underlined in ink on the title page, ghosting. Wormholes at the gutter. Binding artistically restored. Overall in very good condition.. First edition, later version (first in 1546). Title page in an ornate frame. Woodcut printer's device on the last page. Woodcut initials throughout. Woodcut coat of arms of Jean de Luxembourg on S1r. In later paste paper. Gauffered edges. [Complete:] A4, B-S6; (6), 15-16, 13-204, (12) p. A scarce edition of Budé's mirror for princes. This important mirror for princes was written by Guillaume Budé (1467-1540), the greatest French humanist, or the "marvel of France" as to how Erasmus named him. Budé was a scholar, diplomat, royal librarian, and the king's secretary, who is credited to bring about a revival of classic studies in France. He is also known for his treatise on ancient coins and measures, De Asse et Partibus Eius (1514), for his role in the founding of the Collège de France by Francis I, and the library at the Fontainebleau Palace, which formed the nucleus of today's French national library. Budé composed and presented a collection of apothegms to Francis I in 1522 (some sources dates it earlier), and the te … [Click Below for Full Description]
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