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Raphaelis Regii Epistolae Plynii, qua libri naturalis historiae Tito Vespasiano dedicantur, enarrationes ; eiusdem De q[ua]tuor Persii locis, uno Valerii Maximi, duobus Tullii De officiis, ac tribus Oratoriis q[uae]stio[n]ibus disputatio ; eiusdem De quibusdam Quintiliani locis cum quodam Calfurnio dialogus ; eiusdem Loci cuiusdam Quintiliani ac eius Cicerouis [i.e. Ciceronis] ad Atticum epistolae, cuius initium est, Epistolam hanc co[n]uicio efflagitarunt codicilli tui, enarratio.

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Uniform: Epistolae Plinii enarrationes.

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Related/Analytical: De quatuor Persii locis disputatio.

Related/Analytical: De quibusdam Quintiliani locis cum quodam Calfurio dialogus.

Related/Analytical: Epistolae Plynii enarrationes.

Related/Analytical: Loci cuiusdam Quintiliani ac eius Ciceronis ad Atticum epistolae enarratio.

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Venice :Guilelmus Anima Mia, Tridinensis,23 May 1490

Subjects

Cicero, Marcus Tullius , Early works to 1800 , Incunabula , Natural history , Naturalis historia , Pliny, , Pre-Linnean works , Quintilian , Rhetoric, Ancient , Specimens , the Elder , Valerius Maximus

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.166126

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Raphaelis Regii Epistolae Plynii, qua libri naturalis historiae Tito Vespasiano dedicantur, enarrationes ; eiusdem De q[ua]tuor Persii locis, uno Valerii Maximi, duobus Tullii De officiis, ac tribus Oratoriis q[uae]stio[n]ibus disputatio ; eiusdem De quibusdam Quintiliani locis cum quodam Calfurnio dialogus ; eiusdem Loci cuiusdam Quintiliani ac eius Cicerouis [i.e. Ciceronis] ad Atticum epistolae, cuius initium est, Epistolam hanc co[n]uicio efflagitarunt codicilli tui, enarratio.

Title Variants:

Uniform: Epistolae Plinii enarrationes.

Related Titles

Related/Analytical: De quatuor Persii locis disputatio.

Related/Analytical: De quibusdam Quintiliani locis cum quodam Calfurio dialogus.

Related/Analytical: Epistolae Plynii enarrationes.

Related/Analytical: Loci cuiusdam Quintiliani ac eius Ciceronis ad Atticum epistolae enarratio.

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Regius, Raphael.

Type

Book

Material

Published material

Publication info

Venice :Guilelmus Anima Mia, Tridinensis,23 May 1490

Notes:

Imprint from Goff.

Colophon (leaf e5 recto): Si quid forte litterarum i[m]mutatione ... offenderis studiose lector, id no[n]ulli neglige[n]tiae, sed correctionis difficultati ascribas, q[uin] nihil uerborum praetermissum esse depraehendis, rogat Gulielmus Tridinensis cognomento Anima mia, cuius opera hoc opusculum Venetiis fuit descriptum Principe Augustino Barbadico decimo Calendas Iunias. Mcccclxxxx.

Signatures: a-d⁸ e⁶.

Final leaf (e6) is blank.

Leaves printed on both sides; 36-37 lines per page.

Initials; spaces left for initials; guide-letters.

Errata: Leaf e5 verso.

Goff | R-116

Hain-Copinger | 13810*

Proctor | 5111

Subjects

Cicero, Marcus Tullius , Early works to 1800 , Incunabula , Natural history , Naturalis historia , Pliny, , Pre-Linnean works , Quintilian , Rhetoric, Ancient , Specimens , the Elder , Valerius Maximus

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QH41 .R33 1490

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Latin

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OCLC: 19650369

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.166126

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