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Juvenal, with the commentary of Joannes Britannicus and additional preliminary material by Pamphilus Saxus, A. Politianus, P. Beroaldus and B. Egnatius, with a letter by V. Minutianus

Milan (Italy): Alexander Minutianus, for Alexander Minutianus and Nicolas Gorgonzola, 1514-12-13;
Juv089_tp_BSB.jpg   Juv089_b1r_BSB.jpg   Juv089_colophon_BSB.jpg   Juv089_tp_Lyon.jpg  
title page a), b1r, and colophon — from BSB digitised copy — title page b) — from Lyon BM copy

Full description: Juv089.pdf

Collation: : a–q8 r6; 134 leaves, ff.[8] i–cxxvi.

Paper: Super-chancery (estimated sheet size: 44 x 31.5 cm; largest recorded page size: 29.5 x 21 cm).
67 edition sheets.

Catchwords and signatures: no catchwords; signed $–$ iiii.

Selected references: Sander 3736; Graesse, iii, 518; EDIT16 49568; USTC 836771

Copies seen: Leeds: Brotherton Library; Lyon: BM; New Haven: Yale UL; New York: Columbia UL

Other copies recorded: Leeuwarden: Buma Bibliotheek; Milan: BN Braidense; Milan: BFrancescano-cappucina provinciale; Munich: BSB; Palazzolo sull'Oglio: BCom; Palma de Mallorca: BPublica; Parma: BPalatina; San Severo: BCom; Siena: BCom; Urbana (IL): Illinois UL; Valladolid: BU; Washington (DC): Library of Congress

Total number of copies recorded: 16

Digitised copies: BSB: http://www.mdz-nbn-resolving.de/urn/resolver.pl?urn=urn:nbn:de:bvb:12-bsb10195762-1

Other editions printed in the same year: 1514.

This edition reprinted from Juv088.

Commentaries included in this edition: Joannes Britannicus.

Authors of preliminary and other ancillary matter: V. Minutianus; Pamphilus Saxus; Angelus Politianus; Philippus Beroaldus; Baptista Egnatius.

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