The Resource Quintilianum eloquentiae fontem, ab eruditissimo Omnibono Leoniceno emendatum

Quintilianum eloquentiae fontem, ab eruditissimo Omnibono Leoniceno emendatum

Label
Quintilianum eloquentiae fontem
Title
Quintilianum eloquentiae fontem
Statement of responsibility
ab eruditissimo Omnibono Leoniceno emendatum
Creator
Contributor
Editor
Former owner
Illuminator
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
lat
Member of
Action
Cataloged
Cataloging source
DLC
Citation location within source
  • Q26
  • V, 168
  • iq00026000
Citation source
  • Goff, Frederick R. Incunabula in American libraries
  • Catalogue of books printed in the XVth century now in the British Museum
  • Incunabula short title catalogue
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/collectionName
Incunabula (Collection of Distinction)
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Quintilian
Index
no index present
LC call number
PA6649
LC item number
.A2
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • approximately 1412-1474
  • approximately 1420-1480
  • 1871-1940
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Bonisoli, Ognibene
  • Jenson, Nicolas
  • Pico master
  • Gale, Arthur
  • Breslauer, Martin
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Jenson, Nicolas
  • Rhetoric, Ancient
  • Oratory, Ancient
  • Speeches, addresses, etc., Latin
Label
Quintilianum eloquentiae fontem, ab eruditissimo Omnibono Leoniceno emendatum
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Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title and imprint from colophon ([22́œ] verso): M. Nicolaus Ienson Gallicus viventibus posterisque miro impressit artificio. Annis .M. CCCCLXXI. mense Maii die .XXI. Deo gratias
  • Place of printing from ISTC
  • Signatures: [1℗ø 2-22℗£́ʻ] ([22́́] blank)
  • Median folio (leaf dimensions: 34 x 24 cm); 39 lines per page; initial spaces without guide letters
  • The dedicatory letter by Leonicenus ([2́] verso) credits Jenson as the inventor of printing
Extent
1 online resource ([212] leaves)
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy bound in early brown blind-tooled leather. The spine is rebacked in modern brown goat skin with the title stamped in gilt. Three of four early brass catches are present. All edges gilt and gauffered. The bookplate of Arthur Gale and the booksellers' label of Breslauer & Meyer are present on the front pastedown. Single blank leaves are inserted after [1́] and [2́]. Contains thirteen illuminated initials and an illuminated coat of arms attributed to the Master of the Pico Pliny, cf. Armstrong, Lilian. Studies of Renaissance miniaturists in Venice (London: Pindar, 2003) vol. 1, p. 317, no. 11. Armstrong identifies the arms on [2́] as those of the Frizier family of Venice. Early corrections are present throughout. The paper in this copy is heavily sized.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Quintilianum eloquentiae fontem, ab eruditissimo Omnibono Leoniceno emendatum
Link
Publication
Note
  • Title and imprint from colophon ([22́œ] verso): M. Nicolaus Ienson Gallicus viventibus posterisque miro impressit artificio. Annis .M. CCCCLXXI. mense Maii die .XXI. Deo gratias
  • Place of printing from ISTC
  • Signatures: [1℗ø 2-22℗£́ʻ] ([22́́] blank)
  • Median folio (leaf dimensions: 34 x 24 cm); 39 lines per page; initial spaces without guide letters
  • The dedicatory letter by Leonicenus ([2́] verso) credits Jenson as the inventor of printing
Extent
1 online resource ([212] leaves)
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy bound in early brown blind-tooled leather. The spine is rebacked in modern brown goat skin with the title stamped in gilt. Three of four early brass catches are present. All edges gilt and gauffered. The bookplate of Arthur Gale and the booksellers' label of Breslauer & Meyer are present on the front pastedown. Single blank leaves are inserted after [1́] and [2́]. Contains thirteen illuminated initials and an illuminated coat of arms attributed to the Master of the Pico Pliny, cf. Armstrong, Lilian. Studies of Renaissance miniaturists in Venice (London: Pindar, 2003) vol. 1, p. 317, no. 11. Armstrong identifies the arms on [2́] as those of the Frizier family of Venice. Early corrections are present throughout. The paper in this copy is heavily sized.
Specific material designation
remote

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