The Resource Ad diuum Alfonsum Aragonum & utriusq[ue] Sicilie[] regem in libros ciuiliu[m] belloru[m], ex Appiano Alexandrino in latinu[m] traductos prefatio incipit felicissime

Ad diuum Alfonsum Aragonum & utriusq[ue] Sicilie[] regem in libros ciuiliu[m] belloru[m], ex Appiano Alexandrino in latinu[m] traductos prefatio incipit felicissime

Label
Ad diuum Alfonsum Aragonum & utriusq[ue] Sicilie[] regem in libros ciuiliu[m] belloru[m]
Title
Ad diuum Alfonsum Aragonum & utriusq[ue] Sicilie[] regem in libros ciuiliu[m] belloru[m]
Statement of responsibility
ex Appiano Alexandrino in latinu[m] traductos prefatio incipit felicissime
Creator
Contributor
Former owner
Former owner
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
  • lat
  • grc
  • lat
Member of
Cataloging source
UPB
Citation location within source
  • 1307;
  • V, p. 244;
  • A-928
  • ia00928000
Citation source
  • Hain
  • BM 15th cent.
  • Goff, F.R. Incunabula in American libraries
  • Incunabula Short Title Catalogue
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Ad diuum Alfonsum Aragonum & utriusq[ue] Sicilie[] regem in libros ciuiliu[m] belloru[m], ex Appiano Alexandrino in latinu[m] traductos prefatio incipit felicissime
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title from leaf [2a]; imprint from colophon, leaf [212a]
  • Leaf [4a]: P. Candidi de ciuilibus Romanorum bellis ex Appiano Alexandrino in latinu[m] traductis liber primus incipit
  • Signatures: a-c10, d12, e-x10
  • Printed in a single column, 32 lines per page, with printed marginalia on each page
  • Published as v. 2 of the author's Historia Romana
  • Printed by Bernhard Maler, Erhard Ratdolt, and Peter Löslein, whose partnership began late in 1476 and lasted until 1478
  • "Nam cu[m] priores Appiani libros Libycum, Syrium, Parthicu[m] & Mithridaticu[m] Nicolao quinto su[m]mo pontifici dum i[n] humanie ageret e greco transtulissem, reliquos ciuilium bellorum co[m]mentarios ... nundu [!] editos aut perfectos a me ad quem potius mitterem q[] at te ..."--Translator's preface
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
28 cm. (4 to).
Extent
[212] leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
  • Blank first leaf missing from BYU copy.
  • Woodcut initials at the beginning of books and introductory material; woodcut border with manuscript miniature on leaf [2].
  • BYU copy has manuscript notes and note at the end beginning: De magnitudin.
  • A notation signed by F.D.L. states that this is the first book printed with ornamental woodcut borders, and purchased from J.M. Barnard, M.A. Tunbridge Well, June 1916.
  • Bound in modern vellum.
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn370264395
Label
Ad diuum Alfonsum Aragonum & utriusq[ue] Sicilie[] regem in libros ciuiliu[m] belloru[m], ex Appiano Alexandrino in latinu[m] traductos prefatio incipit felicissime
Publication
Note
  • Title from leaf [2a]; imprint from colophon, leaf [212a]
  • Leaf [4a]: P. Candidi de ciuilibus Romanorum bellis ex Appiano Alexandrino in latinu[m] traductis liber primus incipit
  • Signatures: a-c10, d12, e-x10
  • Printed in a single column, 32 lines per page, with printed marginalia on each page
  • Published as v. 2 of the author's Historia Romana
  • Printed by Bernhard Maler, Erhard Ratdolt, and Peter Löslein, whose partnership began late in 1476 and lasted until 1478
  • "Nam cu[m] priores Appiani libros Libycum, Syrium, Parthicu[m] & Mithridaticu[m] Nicolao quinto su[m]mo pontifici dum i[n] humanie ageret e greco transtulissem, reliquos ciuilium bellorum co[m]mentarios ... nundu [!] editos aut perfectos a me ad quem potius mitterem q[] at te ..."--Translator's preface
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
28 cm. (4 to).
Extent
[212] leaves
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
  • Blank first leaf missing from BYU copy.
  • Woodcut initials at the beginning of books and introductory material; woodcut border with manuscript miniature on leaf [2].
  • BYU copy has manuscript notes and note at the end beginning: De magnitudin.
  • A notation signed by F.D.L. states that this is the first book printed with ornamental woodcut borders, and purchased from J.M. Barnard, M.A. Tunbridge Well, June 1916.
  • Bound in modern vellum.
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn370264395

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