301
301
Johannes de Muris (c.1290-c.1360)
ARITHMETICAE SPECULATIVAE LIBRI DUO... AB INNUMERIS ERRORIBUS QUIBUS HACTENUS CORRUPTI, ET VETUSTATE FERMÈ PERIERANT DILIGENTER EMENDATI, PULCHERRIMIS QUOQUE EXEMPLIS, FORMISQUE NOVIS DECLARATI ET IN USUM STUDIOSAE JUVENTUTIS MOGUNTINAE IAM RECENS EXCUSI. MAINZ: IVO SCHÖFFER, 1538
Estimate
2,0003,000
LOT SOLD. 2,500 GBP
JUMP TO LOT
301
Johannes de Muris (c.1290-c.1360)
ARITHMETICAE SPECULATIVAE LIBRI DUO... AB INNUMERIS ERRORIBUS QUIBUS HACTENUS CORRUPTI, ET VETUSTATE FERMÈ PERIERANT DILIGENTER EMENDATI, PULCHERRIMIS QUOQUE EXEMPLIS, FORMISQUE NOVIS DECLARATI ET IN USUM STUDIOSAE JUVENTUTIS MOGUNTINAE IAM RECENS EXCUSI. MAINZ: IVO SCHÖFFER, 1538
Estimate
2,0003,000
LOT SOLD. 2,500 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

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Johannes de Muris (c.1290-c.1360)
ARITHMETICAE SPECULATIVAE LIBRI DUO... AB INNUMERIS ERRORIBUS QUIBUS HACTENUS CORRUPTI, ET VETUSTATE FERMÈ PERIERANT DILIGENTER EMENDATI, PULCHERRIMIS QUOQUE EXEMPLIS, FORMISQUE NOVIS DECLARATI ET IN USUM STUDIOSAE JUVENTUTIS MOGUNTINAE IAM RECENS EXCUSI. MAINZ: IVO SCHÖFFER, 1538
FIRST EDITION, small 8vo (160 x 102mm.), title with woodcut device, marbled wrappers, some browning, soiling and inkstains
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Provenance

bought from Carlo Alberto Chiesa, Milan, 1989

Literature

Tomash & Williams M149; USTC 613013; VD16 ZV 8715

Catalogue Note

“This is a typical work on figurative numbers and other concepts usually associated with Boethius” (Tomash & Williams).

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