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The Resource Hic codex auienii co[n]tinet epigra[m]ma. eiusde[m] arati phaenomena geographia[m] carmine heroico: & oras maritimas trimetro iambico: germanici quoq[ue]: & marci tulii arati fragmenta: & Sereni uersus de uariis curandis morbis

Hic codex auienii co[n]tinet epigra[m]ma. eiusde[m] arati phaenomena geographia[m] carmine heroico: & oras maritimas trimetro iambico: germanici quoq[ue]: & marci tulii arati fragmenta: & Sereni uersus de uariis curandis morbis

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Hic codex auienii co[n]tinet epigra[m]ma. eiusde[m] arati phaenomena geographia[m] carmine heroico: & oras maritimas trimetro iambico: germanici quoq[ue]: & marci tulii arati fragmenta: & Sereni uersus de uariis curandis morbis
Title
Hic codex auienii co[n]tinet epigra[m]ma. eiusde[m] arati phaenomena geographia[m] carmine heroico: & oras maritimas trimetro iambico: germanici quoq[ue]: & marci tulii arati fragmenta: & Sereni uersus de uariis curandis morbis
Title variation
Hic codex Avienii continet epigramma, eiusdem Arati phaenomena geographiam carmine heroico et Oras maritimas trimetro iambico, Germanici quoque, et Marci Tulii Arati fragmenta, et Sereni versus de variis curandis morbis
Creator
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Contributor
Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
  • lat
  • grc
  • lat
Member of
Cataloging source
PPC
Citation location within source
  • V, p. 294 (A. 21262)
  • A-495
  • A-969
  • A-1432
  • 3131
  • 137.1
Citation source
  • BM 15th cent.
  • BN cat. des incun.
  • BSB-Ink.
  • Goff
  • GW
  • Klebs
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Avienus, Rufius Festus
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • d. 1549
  • 1447-1500
  • 15 B.C.-19 A.D
  • fl. 1479-1492
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Pisanus, Victor
  • Valla, Giorgio
  • Aratus
  • Avienus, Rufius Festus
  • Dionysius
  • Germanicus Caesar
  • Cicero, Marcus Tullius
  • Serenus Sammonicus, Quintus
  • Strata, Antonius de
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Geography
  • Astronomy
  • Medicine
  • Geography
  • Astronomy
  • Medicine
  • Lang [Bookseller] (CPP)
Label
Hic codex auienii co[n]tinet epigra[m]ma. eiusde[m] arati phaenomena geographia[m] carmine heroico: & oras maritimas trimetro iambico: germanici quoq[ue]: & marci tulii arati fragmenta: & Sereni uersus de uariis curandis morbis
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • A collection of works by Rufius Festus Avienus, including his Arati phaenomena, as well as two other adaptations of Aratus's Phaenomena by Germanicus Caesar and Cicero, and Quintus Serenus Sammonicus's Liber medicinalis
  • Title from end of preface on leaf a3v
  • Edited by Victor Pisanus in collaboration with Georgio Valla.--Cf. Preface
  • Caption title on leaf a4 reads: Rufus Festus Auienius. VC. Flauiano Myrmeico. VC. suo salutem
  • Caption title on leaf h1 reads: Fragmentu[m] arati phaenomenon per germanicum in latinu[m] conuersi cum co[m]mento nuper in sicilia repertum
  • Caption title on leaf m8v reads: M. Tulii Ciceronis Fragmentum Arati Phaenomenon
  • Caption title on leaf n7 reads: Quinti Sereni Medicinae liber
  • Imprint from Goff
  • Colophon reads: Hoc opus impressum Venetiis arte & ingenio Antonii de strata Cremonensis. Anno salutis. M.cccclxxxviii. octauo calendas nouembres
  • Variant colophon reads: Hoc opus impressumq[ue] Venetiis arte & ingenio Antonii de strata Cremoeosis.--Cf. GW
  • Signatures: al° b-p€ (a1, g8, and p7-8 blank)
  • Chancery quarto, 38 lines; area of text: 159 x 100 mm. With initial spaces, with guide-letters; without foliation and catchwords. Register at end
  • Includes 38 woodcut illustrations of constellations in Germanicus Caesar's Phaenomena. The woodcuts are, in part, reversed copies of those in the 1485 Hyginus of Ratdolt, from blocks previously used by T. de Blauis.--Cf. BM 15th cent
  • Contains the Arati Phaenomena by Avienus (leaves a4r-d3v); Avienus's Latin version of Orbis terrae descriptio by Dionysius Periegetes (leaves d3v-f6r); Ora maritima by Avienus (leaves f6r-g7r); Phaenomena by Germanicus Caesar, with a commentary by Avienus (leaves h1r-m8v); Aratea by Cicero (leaves m8v-n6v); and Liber medicinalis by Serenus Sammonicus (leaves n7r-p6r)
Control code
000097557
Dimensions
21 cm. (4to).
Extent
[122] leaves (first, 58th, and last two blank)
Note
  • Not rubricated.
  • Acquired by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia from Lang, prior to 1 Oct. 1920.
  • Bound in a contemporary binding for a scholar/student, partially restored: half blind-stamped calf over beech boards, slightly wormed. Lower board split. Spine rebacked in light brown calf and covered with original leather. Metal clasp plates (2 each) on fore-edges of upper and lower boards; clasps (2) wanting. Housed in brown cloth clamshell box. Title on box label is "Opuscula".
  • Leaf size: 213 x 150 mm.
  • Photostat available.
  • Bound in contemporary binding for a scholar/student, partially restored: half blind-stamped calf over beech boards, slightly wormed. Lower board split. Spine rebacked in light brown calf and covered with original leather. Metal clasp plates (2 each) on fore-edges of upper and lower boards; clasps (2) wanting. Housed in brown cloth clamshell box. Title on box label is "Opuscula".
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 97557
  • 97608
  • (OCoLC)ocm19387014
Label
Hic codex auienii co[n]tinet epigra[m]ma. eiusde[m] arati phaenomena geographia[m] carmine heroico: & oras maritimas trimetro iambico: germanici quoq[ue]: & marci tulii arati fragmenta: & Sereni uersus de uariis curandis morbis
Publication
Note
  • A collection of works by Rufius Festus Avienus, including his Arati phaenomena, as well as two other adaptations of Aratus's Phaenomena by Germanicus Caesar and Cicero, and Quintus Serenus Sammonicus's Liber medicinalis
  • Title from end of preface on leaf a3v
  • Edited by Victor Pisanus in collaboration with Georgio Valla.--Cf. Preface
  • Caption title on leaf a4 reads: Rufus Festus Auienius. VC. Flauiano Myrmeico. VC. suo salutem
  • Caption title on leaf h1 reads: Fragmentu[m] arati phaenomenon per germanicum in latinu[m] conuersi cum co[m]mento nuper in sicilia repertum
  • Caption title on leaf m8v reads: M. Tulii Ciceronis Fragmentum Arati Phaenomenon
  • Caption title on leaf n7 reads: Quinti Sereni Medicinae liber
  • Imprint from Goff
  • Colophon reads: Hoc opus impressum Venetiis arte & ingenio Antonii de strata Cremonensis. Anno salutis. M.cccclxxxviii. octauo calendas nouembres
  • Variant colophon reads: Hoc opus impressumq[ue] Venetiis arte & ingenio Antonii de strata Cremoeosis.--Cf. GW
  • Signatures: al° b-p€ (a1, g8, and p7-8 blank)
  • Chancery quarto, 38 lines; area of text: 159 x 100 mm. With initial spaces, with guide-letters; without foliation and catchwords. Register at end
  • Includes 38 woodcut illustrations of constellations in Germanicus Caesar's Phaenomena. The woodcuts are, in part, reversed copies of those in the 1485 Hyginus of Ratdolt, from blocks previously used by T. de Blauis.--Cf. BM 15th cent
  • Contains the Arati Phaenomena by Avienus (leaves a4r-d3v); Avienus's Latin version of Orbis terrae descriptio by Dionysius Periegetes (leaves d3v-f6r); Ora maritima by Avienus (leaves f6r-g7r); Phaenomena by Germanicus Caesar, with a commentary by Avienus (leaves h1r-m8v); Aratea by Cicero (leaves m8v-n6v); and Liber medicinalis by Serenus Sammonicus (leaves n7r-p6r)
Control code
000097557
Dimensions
21 cm. (4to).
Extent
[122] leaves (first, 58th, and last two blank)
Note
  • Not rubricated.
  • Acquired by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia from Lang, prior to 1 Oct. 1920.
  • Bound in a contemporary binding for a scholar/student, partially restored: half blind-stamped calf over beech boards, slightly wormed. Lower board split. Spine rebacked in light brown calf and covered with original leather. Metal clasp plates (2 each) on fore-edges of upper and lower boards; clasps (2) wanting. Housed in brown cloth clamshell box. Title on box label is "Opuscula".
  • Leaf size: 213 x 150 mm.
  • Photostat available.
  • Bound in contemporary binding for a scholar/student, partially restored: half blind-stamped calf over beech boards, slightly wormed. Lower board split. Spine rebacked in light brown calf and covered with original leather. Metal clasp plates (2 each) on fore-edges of upper and lower boards; clasps (2) wanting. Housed in brown cloth clamshell box. Title on box label is "Opuscula".
Other physical details
ill. (woodcuts)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 97557
  • 97608
  • (OCoLC)ocm19387014

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