The Resource Francisci Arretini in Phalaridis tyranni Agrigentini epistolas proemium

Francisci Arretini in Phalaridis tyranni Agrigentini epistolas proemium

Label
Francisci Arretini in Phalaridis tyranni Agrigentini epistolas proemium
Title
Francisci Arretini in Phalaridis tyranni Agrigentini epistolas proemium
Title variation
In Phalaridis tyranni Agrigentini epistolas proemium
Creator
Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
  • lat
  • grc
  • lat
Cataloging source
MH
Citation location within source
  • P-564
  • 676
  • UKBYIP00564000-E
  • 2442
  • 2850
Citation source
  • Goff
  • Reichling
  • ISTC
  • Walsh, J.E. 15th cent. printed books
  • Sack, V. Inkunabeln der Universitätsbibliothek
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Epistles of Phalaris
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • 6th cent. B.C
  • 1418-1483
  • ca. 1450-1517
  • fl. 1490-1530
  • fl. 1471-1480
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  • Pseudo-Phalaris
  • Phalaris
  • Griffolini, Francesco
  • Soardi, Lazzaro de'
  • Pinzi, Filippo
  • Azoguidus, Balthasar
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  • Phalaris
  • Sarracenus, Augustinus, O.B. [Autograph] (CPP)
Label
Francisci Arretini in Phalaridis tyranni Agrigentini epistolas proemium
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Traditionally wrongly attributed to Phalaris, Tyrant of Agrigentum (6th cent. B.C.), but probably written much later, possibly by Adrianus of Tyre (d. ca. AD 193). Cf. Encyclopaedia Britannica
  • Caption title
  • Translated by Francesco Griffolino (also known as Francescus Arretinus)
  • Imprint from Walsh and Sack. Reichling lists the work as printed in Bologna by Balthasar Azoguidus ca. 1480. Goff lists it as printed in Venice by Philippus Pincius ca. 1495
  • Colophon reads: Epistolarum Phalaridis a Francisco Arretino e graeco in Latinum traductarum
  • Signatures: a♯ b℗ c¡ d-f♯
  • Chancery quarto. 39 lines; area of text: 152 x 97 mm. Initial spaces with guide-letters. Without foliation and catchwords. With signatures
Control code
000148707
Dimensions
22 cm. (4to).
Extent
[24] leaves
Note
  • Without rubrication.
  • With the autograph of Augustinus Sarracenus, O.B., and a stamp with the motto "Expecto" on t.p.
  • Acquired by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia prior to June 28, 1928; bookseller's description pasted to front free endpaper.
  • Bound with: Petrarca, Francesco. [Familiarum rerum libri] Francisci Pet. Epistole familiares. [Venice : Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis, de Forlivio, 13 Sept. 1492] (Goff P-399)
  • Quarter-bound in brown leather over marbled paper boards; four raised bands on spine; a crown and the initials "F.S." stamped in gold in lower spine panel; author, title, and imprint stamped in gold on spine.
  • Leaf size: 207 x 158 mm.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 148707
  • 154122
  • (CStRLIN)CTYAFNC7551-B
Label
Francisci Arretini in Phalaridis tyranni Agrigentini epistolas proemium
Publication
Note
  • Traditionally wrongly attributed to Phalaris, Tyrant of Agrigentum (6th cent. B.C.), but probably written much later, possibly by Adrianus of Tyre (d. ca. AD 193). Cf. Encyclopaedia Britannica
  • Caption title
  • Translated by Francesco Griffolino (also known as Francescus Arretinus)
  • Imprint from Walsh and Sack. Reichling lists the work as printed in Bologna by Balthasar Azoguidus ca. 1480. Goff lists it as printed in Venice by Philippus Pincius ca. 1495
  • Colophon reads: Epistolarum Phalaridis a Francisco Arretino e graeco in Latinum traductarum
  • Signatures: a♯ b℗ c¡ d-f♯
  • Chancery quarto. 39 lines; area of text: 152 x 97 mm. Initial spaces with guide-letters. Without foliation and catchwords. With signatures
Control code
000148707
Dimensions
22 cm. (4to).
Extent
[24] leaves
Note
  • Without rubrication.
  • With the autograph of Augustinus Sarracenus, O.B., and a stamp with the motto "Expecto" on t.p.
  • Acquired by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia prior to June 28, 1928; bookseller's description pasted to front free endpaper.
  • Bound with: Petrarca, Francesco. [Familiarum rerum libri] Francisci Pet. Epistole familiares. [Venice : Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis, de Forlivio, 13 Sept. 1492] (Goff P-399)
  • Quarter-bound in brown leather over marbled paper boards; four raised bands on spine; a crown and the initials "F.S." stamped in gold in lower spine panel; author, title, and imprint stamped in gold on spine.
  • Leaf size: 207 x 158 mm.
  • Photostat available.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 148707
  • 154122
  • (CStRLIN)CTYAFNC7551-B

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