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Author: Aristotle
Short Title: Opera. Latin (1489)
Title: Omnia Aris. opera / c u c om eto Auerrois.
Imprint: Venice: Per Bernardinum de Tridino de Monteferato, 1489.
Comments and Notes: Title and imprint from colophon. Each volume and part has its own colophon, 16 in all; the last one reads: Omnia Aris. opera cu Cometo Auerrois. Impressa Venetijs… per Bernardinum de Tridino de Monteferato. Anno a Natali Cristiano. M. cccc.lxxxviiij. Nonis Septembribus… Printed in double columns with commentary surrounding the text. In most instances the translation of the text which is in numbered sections is the "new" translation from the Arabic; the unnumbered is directly from the Greek. The works on logic are the translation by Boethius; the Ethica, Politica and Economica are translated by Leonard de Arezzo and also include his commentary. Red printer's mark beside colophon, v. 5; second leaf of v. 1 and v. 2 printed in red and black. Auerrois Cordubensis de substantia orbis liber: leaves T verso - T recto, v.2. Gilbert Porretani Aristotelici Liber sex principiorum cum Magni Alberti commento viri etati sua doctissimi feliciter: leaves dd -ee , v. 4. Capital spaces with guideletters. Leaf A v. 2, (blank) wanting; gathering 3l and 3m, v. 5, misbound mixed together.
Smithsonian Call Number: PA3895 .A3 L1489
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Goff
Hain-Copinger
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Proctor
Polain
UKBYIA00964000-B
A-0964
 
 
 
 

Author: Plato
Short Title: Opera. Latin (1491)
Title: Diuus Plato.
Imprint: Venice: Per Bernardinu[m] de Choris de Cremona [et] Simone[m] de Luero, impe[n]sis Andree Toresani de Asula, 13 Augusti 1491.
Comments and Notes: Contents: Hipparchus; De philosophia; Theages; Meno; Alcibiades I-II; Minos; Euthyphro; Parmenides; Philebus; Hippias maior; Lysis; Theaetetum; Ion; Sophista; Civilis de regno; Protagoras; Euthydemus; Hippias minor; Charmides; Laches; Clitophon; Cratylus; Gorgias; Convivium; Phaedrus; Apologia Socratis; Crito; Phaedo; Menexenus; De republica; Timaeus; Critias; De legibus; Epinomis; Epistolae. Ficinus: Vita Platonis; Epitoma in Theaetetum; Commentarium in Convivium; Compendium in Timaeum; Theologia platonica. Naldus Naldius: Disticha in laudem operis. Translated from the Greek, with commentaries, by Marsilio Ficino. At head of title: Naldus Nandius [i.e. Naldius?] Florentinus in huius operis laudem; followed by 7 distichs. Imprint from colophon (leaf 2H8 verso). Signatures: [a]4 2a8 b-o8 p-q10 r-z8 A-D8 E-F10 G-Z8 2A-2F8 2G-2H10. Leaves printed on both sides. Text in double columns; 62 lines per page. Guide-letters; catch-words. "Prohemium Marsilij Ficini Florentini in libros Platonis ad Laurentiu[m] Medice[m] viru[m] magnanimu[m]" --Leaf [a]1 verso. "Marsilij Ficini Florentini Platonica theologia de animorum immortalitate" --Leaves 338a-442b (T2 recto-2H8 verso). Bookplate: Burndy Library ... gift of Bern Dibner. Ms. notes on recto of 1st leaf: Urbani Pavinini sum; Collegij Societatis Iesu Viennae, Catalogo miseriphil., 1608. Bound in old full vellum over paper boards; title inked on spine; yapp edges.
Smithsonian Call Number: PA4279 .A2 1491
ISTC
Goff
Hain-Copinger
GW
Proctor
Polain
UKBYIP00772000-B
P-0772