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New Testament in Greek & Latin, ed. Erasmus
'NOUUM TESTAMENTUM OMNE, MULTO QUÀM ANTEHAC DILIGENTIUS AB ERASMO ROTERODAMO RECOGNITUM, EMENDATUM AC TRANSLATUM … ADDITA SUNT IN SINGULAS APOSTOLORUM EPISTOLAS ARGUMENTUM PER ERASMUM ROT.' BASEL: JOHANN FROBEN, MARCH 1519
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PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF DR. CHARLES CALDWELL RYRIE

New Testament in Greek & Latin, ed. Erasmus
'NOUUM TESTAMENTUM OMNE, MULTO QUÀM ANTEHAC DILIGENTIUS AB ERASMO ROTERODAMO RECOGNITUM, EMENDATUM AC TRANSLATUM … ADDITA SUNT IN SINGULAS APOSTOLORUM EPISTOLAS ARGUMENTUM PER ERASMUM ROT.' BASEL: JOHANN FROBEN, MARCH 1519
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New Testament in Greek & Latin, ed. Erasmus
'NOUUM TESTAMENTUM OMNE, MULTO QUÀM ANTEHAC DILIGENTIUS AB ERASMO ROTERODAMO RECOGNITUM, EMENDATUM AC TRANSLATUM … ADDITA SUNT IN SINGULAS APOSTOLORUM EPISTOLAS ARGUMENTUM PER ERASMUM ROT.' BASEL: JOHANN FROBEN, MARCH 1519
Median folio (309 × 208 mm), Collation: Aa-Kk6 (title-page, dedications, tractates of Erasmus, canon tables, “Soloecismi”, canon tables, etc); a-z A-Z6&8 (New Testament; Froben to the reader, errata, quire register, colophon, device): 344 leaves, Aa2v-Kk6v paginated 4-120; a2r-&7v paginated 2-566. Rubricated red and blue (paragraph marks). Greek and Roman types, woodcut headpieces, borderpieces and initials, two full-page allegorical title borders, woodcut columns for the canon tables. Lower margin of title-page extended, scattered browning and stains, marginal worming in last ten leaves. Diced russia gilt, gilt turn-ins, dark brown paper endleaves, edges gilt, by Roger Payne, in brown buckram chemise and slipcase; spine laid down. 
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H. Plumpton (signature) — Ed. Plumpton (inscription, “…. 1750 aetatis 16”) — William Foster Pigott (inscription, 1803: 1748–1827, Fellow of Eton, royal chaplain) — Thomas Brooke of Armitage Bridge (bookplate)

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'Formatting the Word of God' 5.2b;Darlow & Moule 4597; Adams B1680

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Second edition of Erasmus’s New Testament. The preliminary matter is greatly expanded, starting with a letter from Pope Leo X, 10 September 1518, expressing his pleasure in hearing that an improved second edition was about to appear. The Eusebian canon tables are very elegantly laid out. Erasmus’s “Methodus” from the first edition is here enlarged into a 'Ratio seu compendium verae theologiae,' which had also been printed as a self-standing treatise by Thierry Martens in Louvain, 1518, and was frequently reprinted as such. The 'Annotationes' were separated from the New Testament, and printed as an independent volume, not present with this copy. As advertised on the title, Erasmus composed longer Argumenta to each of the Pauline and Catholic Epistles, replacing the older brief argumenta of the Vulgate tradition.

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