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SERMONES [EDITED BY JOHANNES ANDREAS, BISHOP OF ALERIA]. JOHANNES ANDREAS. SYMBOLUM NICAENUM. TESTIMONIA QUOD JESUS SEMPER VERUS SIT DEUS ET VERUS HOMO. [ROME: JOHANNES PHILIPPUS DE LIGNAMINE, BEFORE 21 SEPTEMBER 1470]
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Leo I
SERMONES [EDITED BY JOHANNES ANDREAS, BISHOP OF ALERIA]. JOHANNES ANDREAS. SYMBOLUM NICAENUM. TESTIMONIA QUOD JESUS SEMPER VERUS SIT DEUS ET VERUS HOMO. [ROME: JOHANNES PHILIPPUS DE LIGNAMINE, BEFORE 21 SEPTEMBER 1470]
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Leo I
SERMONES [EDITED BY JOHANNES ANDREAS, BISHOP OF ALERIA]. JOHANNES ANDREAS. SYMBOLUM NICAENUM. TESTIMONIA QUOD JESUS SEMPER VERUS SIT DEUS ET VERUS HOMO. [ROME: JOHANNES PHILIPPUS DE LIGNAMINE, BEFORE 21 SEPTEMBER 1470]
Chancery folio (312 x 205mm.), 159 leaves (of 160, without final blank), [*4 a–h10 l8 k–o10 p8 q10], 35 lines, roman type, 2- to 6-line initial spaces, later half dark red morocco over wooden boards, in morocco-backed folding box, small wormhole in outer margin, occasional light foxing, slight damp-staining at end, joints slightly rubbed
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來源

Francesco Raimondi Adami (1711-1792), of Pisa, stamp on title-page; sale, Sotheby's, 16 November 2006, lot 4

出版

Goff L131; HC 10010; BMC iv 29; BSB-Ink L-99; Bod-inc L-063; GW M17804

相關資料

This is now considered the FIRST EDITION of the sermons of Pope Leo I (c. 400-461); it was quickly reprinted by Sweynheym and Pannartz later the same year. Lignamine was the first native Italian to finance a printing press, though he is thought to have worked in more of an entrepreneurial capacity and in association with other contemporary printers in Rome (Piero Scapecchi, "An example of printer's copy use in Rome, 1470" and "Johannes Philippus de Lignamine and two untraced editions", The Library, sixth series, 12 (1990), pp. 50-52 and 53-55) .

Johannes Andreas is well-known for his editorial work and prefaces for books printed by Sweynheym and Pannartz, but the redating of these two editions of Leo I prove that he was also working for Lignamine.

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