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Author Virgil.
Title Opera Vergiliana docte et familiariter ex posita : Docte quidem Bucolica & Georgica a Seruio Donato & Mancinello : cum adnotationibus Beroaldinis : Aeneis vero ab iisdem praeter Mancinellu[m] & ab Augustino Datho in eius principio : Opusculoru[m] praeterea queda[m] ab Dominico Calderino : Familiariter vero omnia tam opera q[ua] opuscula ab Iodoco Badio Ascensio : Opuscula autem ante Aeneida hoc posita sunt ordina.
Publication Info. Apud Parrhisios in via regia ad diuum Iacobum : Que o[mn]ia ab ipso Ascensio Impendio Joa[n]is Parui coimpressa et recognita prostant sub Leone Argenteo, MDVII [1507]
Location Call No. Status
 Rare Books Large  Z-L V8165 W9    IN LIBRARY
Description 8 unnumbered leaves, CCII folia, 3 unnumbered leaves, CCIIII-CCCCCXXII folia ; 31 cm (fo.)
Note Signatures: pi⁸ a-z⁸ &⁸ [con]¹⁰ [rum]⁸ A-2P⁸ 2Q¹⁰.
First 5 leaves of preliminary [pi] gathering signed 1-5.
Includes index.
Title in black and red.
Printer's device on Jehan Petit on the title page, and title page of the Aeneid.
Colophon reads: Ex officina Ascensiana Impendio Ioannis Parui Sexto idus Nouemb. Anni ab redemptione humana. MDVII.
The Aeneid has separate title page in black and red: Aeneis Vergiliana cu[m] Seruij Honorati gra[m]atici huberrimis co[m]me[n]tariis cu[m] Philippi Beroaldi seculi nostri principis doctissimis in eosde[m] annotationibus suis locis positis. Cu[m] Donati argutissimis subinde sententiarum presertim enodationibus. Cum Augustini dathi oratoris SEnen. luculentissima introductione. Cumq[ue] familiarissima Iodoci Badii Ascensii elucidatione atq[ue] ordinis contextu.
Accessit ad hoc Mapphei Beggii liber additius cu[m] Ascensianis annotationibus. Addita preterea sunt ipsius poete ac operu[m] eius illustriu[m] viroru[m] praeconia. Aereidos argumenta & quedam eiusdem Poetae nostri epitaphia.
Crible initials.
Printed marginal notes, with the name of the commentators.
Part 1 has colophon: Habes igitur iuuentus optima Vergiliana fere opera familiariter explanata: Nam Priapeium: obscoenum illud epigramma: non Vergilianum: sed Ouidianum esse in facie huius aute[m] est: indignu[m] est q[uo]d christiabis. i. castis auribus exponat. Catalectonvero no[n] Vergilio sed puerotu[m] lectioni sine iactura subtraximus. Impressa sunt hec o[mn]ia rursus ab Asce[n]sio in inclyta Parrhisiorum academia ad Calendas. Iunias Anni. M.D. VII.
Indexed In: Renouard (Badius) III, p. 364-365
Renouard, P. Imprimeurs & libraires parisiens du XVIe siècle, II, p. 53, no. 80
Moreau, I, p. 258, no. 197
Mambelli, G. Annali delle edizioni Virgiliane, 111
Local Note NYSL copy: Annotated throughout in early hands (16th-17th century?), with later (19th or 20th century) annotations in pencil in the Aeneid only. Final leaf verso with a long ownership inscription in a 16th century English hand mentioning Edward Tyndall. See image accompanying this record for a full reproduction. "William Oates MDCCXIV" signed below.
NYSL copy: First listed in the Library's 1813 catalog, page 33; also in the 1838 catalog page 230.
Genre or Form Dates (Provenance) -- 18th century.
Inscriptions (Provenance) -- England -- 16th century.
Annotations (Provenance)
Printers' devices (Printing) -- France -- 16th century.
Added Author Badius, Josse, 1462-1535, printer.
Petit, Jean, active 1492-1530, publisher.
Mancinelli, Antonio, 1452-approximately 1505.
Servius, active 4th century.
Donatus, Tiberius Claudius.
Dati, Agostino, 1420-1478.
Beroaldo, Filippo, 1453-1505.
Calderino, Domizio, 1447-1478.
Vegio, Maffeo, 1406 or 1407-1458.
Virgil. Aeneis.
Virgil. Bucolica.
Virgil. Georgica.
Oates, William, active 18th century, signer.
New York Society Library. Catalog. 1813.
New York Society Library. Catalog. 1838.
Added Title Works. 1507
Aeneis Vergiliana