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Jacobus Philippus de Bergamo
SUPPLEMENTUM CHRONICARUM. VENICE: BERNARDINUS RIZUS, NOVARIENSIS, 15 FEBRUARY 1492/93
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Jacobus Philippus de Bergamo
SUPPLEMENTUM CHRONICARUM. VENICE: BERNARDINUS RIZUS, NOVARIENSIS, 15 FEBRUARY 1492/93
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Jacobus Philippus de Bergamo
SUPPLEMENTUM CHRONICARUM. VENICE: BERNARDINUS RIZUS, NOVARIENSIS, 15 FEBRUARY 1492/93
Chancery folio (312 x 210mm.), 270 leaves, a10 b–z8 [et]8 [con]8 [rum]8 A–F8 A–B6, 60 lines plus headline, gothic type, 3- to 12-line initial spaces with printed guides, some woodcut initials, woodcut illustrations, first 2 pages within the same woodcut border, woodcut printer's device below register, contemporary Italian stamped calf over pasteboard, paper lettering-piece at head of upper cover, first two quires repaired at foredge with small sections of woodcut borders replaced in facsimile, some marginal damp-staining and repairs, last 2 leaves repaired at foredge (just touching text), rebacked and repaired at edges
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來源

Cistercian monastery of BMV, S. Crux (i.e. Heiligencreuz, Austria), "catalogo inscriptus no. 1", seventeenth-century inscription on title-page and later library stamp, and bookplate with title and shelf-marks (they also owned another edition of this work; see von Arnim 187)

出版

Goff J212; HC 2809; BMC v 404; BSB-Ink I-125; Bod-ink J-091; GW M10980; Sander 919

相關資料

This influential chronicle of world history was first published in 1483 (without woodcuts). The numerous woodcuts were previously used for the 1490 edition by Rizus (Sander 917); the popularity of this work is shown by the appearance of 3 editions in 2 years by Rizus alone, and by its numerous imitators, including Hartmann Schedel (see lot 159) and Jan van Naaldwijk. As with the printing of Schedel's chronicle, many of the town views are imaginary and repeated rather than realistic. The book was updated regularly, both by the author and (after his death in 1520) later publishers; this edition goes up to the year 1490, the final entry relating the death of Matthias Corvinus.

中世紀與文藝復興時期手稿及歐陸與俄羅斯古籍

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