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VITAE XII CAESARUM [COMMENTARY BY PHILIPPUS BEROALDUS]. PHILIPPUS BEROALDUS: EPISTOLA AD HANNIBALEM BENTIVOLUM; VITA SUETONII; APPENDIX ANNOTAMENTORUM; BREVIARIUM RERUM MEMORABILIUM QUAE IN COMMENTARIO INSUNT. AURELIUS VICTOR: ELOGIUM DE JULIO CAESARE. JOHANNES BAPTISTA PIUS: AD LIBRUM. UGERIUS PONTREMULENSIS: TETRASTICHON. TABULA VOCABULORUM ET HISTORIARUM ET LOCORUM. BOLOGNA: BENEDICTUS HECTORIS, 5 APRIL 1493
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VITAE XII CAESARUM [COMMENTARY BY PHILIPPUS BEROALDUS]. PHILIPPUS BEROALDUS: EPISTOLA AD HANNIBALEM BENTIVOLUM; VITA SUETONII; APPENDIX ANNOTAMENTORUM; BREVIARIUM RERUM MEMORABILIUM QUAE IN COMMENTARIO INSUNT. AURELIUS VICTOR: ELOGIUM DE JULIO CAESARE. JOHANNES BAPTISTA PIUS: AD LIBRUM. UGERIUS PONTREMULENSIS: TETRASTICHON. TABULA VOCABULORUM ET HISTORIARUM ET LOCORUM. BOLOGNA: BENEDICTUS HECTORIS, 5 APRIL 1493
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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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Suetonius Tranquillus, Gaius
VITAE XII CAESARUM [COMMENTARY BY PHILIPPUS BEROALDUS]. PHILIPPUS BEROALDUS: EPISTOLA AD HANNIBALEM BENTIVOLUM; VITA SUETONII; APPENDIX ANNOTAMENTORUM; BREVIARIUM RERUM MEMORABILIUM QUAE IN COMMENTARIO INSUNT. AURELIUS VICTOR: ELOGIUM DE JULIO CAESARE. JOHANNES BAPTISTA PIUS: AD LIBRUM. UGERIUS PONTREMULENSIS: TETRASTICHON. TABULA VOCABULORUM ET HISTORIARUM ET LOCORUM. BOLOGNA: BENEDICTUS HECTORIS, 5 APRIL 1493
Chancery folio (305 x 205mm.), 333 leaves (of 334, without final blank), A6 a–l8 m4 n–o8 p6 q–x8 y6 z &8 [us] [rum]6 A–G8 H–T6 V4, 56 lines of commentary plus headline, roman type, 2- and 3-line initial spaces, woodcut printer's device below colophon, modern boards, flyleaves from an old estate map ("Du pont de Remy"), a few deckle edges, stamp and inscription removed from title-page, a few small wormholes at end
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small ink stamp on title-page

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Goff S825; HC 15126; BMC vi 840; BSB-Ink S-617; Bod-inc S-346; GW M44198

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The first edition of Filippo Beroaldo's extensive commentary, one of many that he wrote to accompany various classical works, which he also used for his lectures at the University of Bologna. He had a close relationship with the printer, Benedetto Faelli da Ettore, who printed many of his works and commentaries. Faelli started in the book trade as a bookseller, often in association with other printers, and this is the first recorded publication from his own workshop; he continued printing well into the sixteenth century and was Bologna's most prolific printer at the time.

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