The Resource Caroli Sigonii mutinensis, fasti consulares, ac triumphi acti a Romulo rege usque ad Ti. Caesarem : eiusdem in fastos et triumphos, id est, in uniuersam Romanam historiam commentarius : eiusdem de nominibus Romanorum liber

Caroli Sigonii mutinensis, fasti consulares, ac triumphi acti a Romulo rege usque ad Ti. Caesarem : eiusdem in fastos et triumphos, id est, in uniuersam Romanam historiam commentarius : eiusdem de nominibus Romanorum liber

Label
Caroli Sigonii mutinensis, fasti consulares, ac triumphi acti a Romulo rege usque ad Ti. Caesarem : eiusdem in fastos et triumphos, id est, in uniuersam Romanam historiam commentarius : eiusdem de nominibus Romanorum liber
Title
Caroli Sigonii mutinensis, fasti consulares, ac triumphi acti a Romulo rege usque ad Ti. Caesarem
Title remainder
eiusdem in fastos et triumphos, id est, in uniuersam Romanam historiam commentarius : eiusdem de nominibus Romanorum liber
Title variation
  • Fasti consulares, ac triumphi acti a Romulo rege usque ad Ti. Caesarem
  • Caroli Sigonii mvtinensis, fasti consvlares ac trivmphi acti a Romvlo rege usque ad Ti. Caesarem
  • Fasti consvlares ac trivmphi acti a Romvlo rege usque ad Ti. Caesarem
  • Caroli Sigonii mutinensis in fastos consulares, ac triumphos Romanos, commentarius, ab autore nunc recens recognitus & auctus
  • In fastos consulares, ac triumphos Romanos, commentarius, ab autore nunc recens recognitus & auctus
Creator
Contributor
Former owner
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Citation location within source
  • S1116
  • p. 815
Citation source
  • Adams
  • BM STC German, 1455-1600
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1524?-1584
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Sigonio, Carlo
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
  • KJA147
  • DG89
LC item number
.S5625 1576 Copy 2
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1531-1565
  • 1524?-1584
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Episcopius, Nicolaus
  • Sigonio, Carlo
  • Bucio Aenicola, Christophorus Guilielmo
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Triumph
  • Military law (Roman law)
  • Public law (Roman law)
  • Consuls, Roman
  • Names, Personal
  • Fasti consulares
  • Rome
Label
Caroli Sigonii mutinensis, fasti consulares, ac triumphi acti a Romulo rege usque ad Ti. Caesarem : eiusdem in fastos et triumphos, id est, in uniuersam Romanam historiam commentarius : eiusdem de nominibus Romanorum liber
Link
https://archive.org/details/carolisigoniimut00sigo
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Added title page (page [1], 2nd sequence): Caroli Sigonii mutinensis in fastos consulares, ac triumphos Romanos, commentarius, ab autore nunc recens recognitus & auctus
  • On title page, place of publication and date precede publisher statement
  • Signatures: a-źœ A-Ĺœ Ḿı N-Óœ
  • Title page vignette (printer's device); initials
  • "Caroli Sigonii de nominibus Romanorum liber": p. 356-388; "Index rerum et uocum memorabilium in commentario fastorum & triumphorum Ro. explicatarum, alphabeti ordine conscriptus": p. [389]-[411]
Edition
Auctor recognouit diligentissime, & auxit.
Extent
1 online resource ([36], 388, [24] pages
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy bound in ca. mid-16th-century tawed pigskin quadruple-panelled in blind. The two outer panels contain potrait roll stamps, the innermost of which contains a "spes, fides, charitas" motif. In the "fides" tool, which shows a woman holding a shovel, a small mark -- "PTR" or "PIR", possibly being that of the binder -- is present. Another stamp shows the initials "BH" and the third the date of 1546. The title is inscribed at the head of the spine in an early hand. "PF9" is painted on at the tail of the spine. Several early Latin inscriptions are present on the front pastedown, at least one of which is dated 1561. The first reads, "Christophorus Guilielmo Bucio Aenicola possidet hunc librum. Comparito Ingolstadii." The other three, all in Latin, appear to be bio-bioliographical in nature. The perforation stamp of the Library is present on the title page and a different mark has been excised from the bottom of the page. This item is the first of two bound together in one volume. This volume contains [1]: Fasti consulares, ac triumphi acti a Romulo rege usque ad Ti. Caesarem / Carlo Sigonio -- [2]: De antiquitate urbis Patavi / Bernardino Scardeone.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts))
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Caroli Sigonii mutinensis, fasti consulares, ac triumphi acti a Romulo rege usque ad Ti. Caesarem : eiusdem in fastos et triumphos, id est, in uniuersam Romanam historiam commentarius : eiusdem de nominibus Romanorum liber
Link
https://archive.org/details/carolisigoniimut00sigo
Publication
Note
  • Added title page (page [1], 2nd sequence): Caroli Sigonii mutinensis in fastos consulares, ac triumphos Romanos, commentarius, ab autore nunc recens recognitus & auctus
  • On title page, place of publication and date precede publisher statement
  • Signatures: a-źœ A-Ĺœ Ḿı N-Óœ
  • Title page vignette (printer's device); initials
  • "Caroli Sigonii de nominibus Romanorum liber": p. 356-388; "Index rerum et uocum memorabilium in commentario fastorum & triumphorum Ro. explicatarum, alphabeti ordine conscriptus": p. [389]-[411]
Edition
Auctor recognouit diligentissime, & auxit.
Extent
1 online resource ([36], 388, [24] pages
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy bound in ca. mid-16th-century tawed pigskin quadruple-panelled in blind. The two outer panels contain potrait roll stamps, the innermost of which contains a "spes, fides, charitas" motif. In the "fides" tool, which shows a woman holding a shovel, a small mark -- "PTR" or "PIR", possibly being that of the binder -- is present. Another stamp shows the initials "BH" and the third the date of 1546. The title is inscribed at the head of the spine in an early hand. "PF9" is painted on at the tail of the spine. Several early Latin inscriptions are present on the front pastedown, at least one of which is dated 1561. The first reads, "Christophorus Guilielmo Bucio Aenicola possidet hunc librum. Comparito Ingolstadii." The other three, all in Latin, appear to be bio-bioliographical in nature. The perforation stamp of the Library is present on the title page and a different mark has been excised from the bottom of the page. This item is the first of two bound together in one volume. This volume contains [1]: Fasti consulares, ac triumphi acti a Romulo rege usque ad Ti. Caesarem / Carlo Sigonio -- [2]: De antiquitate urbis Patavi / Bernardino Scardeone.
Other physical details
illustrations (woodcuts))
Specific material designation
remote

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