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Orosius, Paulus
HISTORIAE ADVERSUS PAGANOS [EDITED BY AENEAS VULPES AND LAURENTIUS BRIXIENSIS]. VENICE: BERNARDINUS VENETUS, DE VITALIBUS, 12 OCTOBER 1500
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Orosius, Paulus
HISTORIAE ADVERSUS PAGANOS [EDITED BY AENEAS VULPES AND LAURENTIUS BRIXIENSIS]. VENICE: BERNARDINUS VENETUS, DE VITALIBUS, 12 OCTOBER 1500
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1,5002,000
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Orosius, Paulus
HISTORIAE ADVERSUS PAGANOS [EDITED BY AENEAS VULPES AND LAURENTIUS BRIXIENSIS]. VENICE: BERNARDINUS VENETUS, DE VITALIBUS, 12 OCTOBER 1500
Chancery folio (295 x 195mm.), 80 leaves, a-m6 n8, 44 lines, roman type, 7 woodcut initials (6 lines), printer’s device (device A) on last leaf, extensive manuscript annotations, later vellum with manuscript spine title "Pauli Orosii Historiae" in ink in first compartment, water-stained in the lower part of leaves, new endpapers, some annotations trimmed
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Provenance

Bartolomeo Giuseppe Fattori, possibly identifiable with the son of Pietro Fattori of Rovereto [?] and student at Padua on 27 January 1728 (see A. Segarizzi, "Professori e scolari trentini nello studio di Padova", in Archivio Trentino 29 (1914), 5-51, p. 24, no. 2741), his inscriptions "Bartholomaeus Josephus Fattori, Doctor Phisico-Medicus, approbatus etiam a collegio Mediolani, sumpsit hunc librum Mediolani praetio solidorum apud Cathedralem" (leaf a1 recto), and "Del Signor js Fattori fisico di Ro [sic]" (second flyleaf recto); Ignazio Bianchi, parson of Santa Maria del Cerro in Cassano Magnago, Lombardy, from 1828, teacher at the private secondary school in Legnano in 1830-1838 and in Varese in 1841, his inscription "Del Curato Ignazio Bianchi di Cassano Magnago" (second flyleaf recto)

Literature

ISTC io00101000

Catalogue Note

The edition includes Bartholomaeus Paiellus’ verse "Ut ipse titulus margine in primo docet", printed here anonymously and in abbreviated form as in Scotus’ edition of 1483 (ISTC io00098000), without the caption with the name of the author and 4 lines providing the name of Hermann Liechtenstein, the printer of the first edition (Vicenza: Aeneas Vulpes and Laurentius Brixiensis, c. 1475, ISTC io00097000).

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