The Resource Hoc uolumine continentur poëtae tres egregij nunc primum in lucem editi, : Gratij, q[ui] Augusto principe floruit, De uenatione lib. I. P. Ouidij Nasonis Halieuticôn liber acephalus. M. Aurelij Olympij Nemesiani Cynegeticôn lib. I. Euisdem carmen bucolicum. T. Calpurnij Siculi bucolica. Adriani Cardinalis uenatie

Hoc uolumine continentur poëtae tres egregij nunc primum in lucem editi, : Gratij, q[ui] Augusto principe floruit, De uenatione lib. I. P. Ouidij Nasonis Halieuticôn liber acephalus. M. Aurelij Olympij Nemesiani Cynegeticôn lib. I. Euisdem carmen bucolicum. T. Calpurnij Siculi bucolica. Adriani Cardinalis uenatie

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Hoc uolumine continentur poëtae tres egregij nunc primum in lucem editi, : Gratij, q[ui] Augusto principe floruit, De uenatione lib. I. P. Ouidij Nasonis Halieuticôn liber acephalus. M. Aurelij Olympij Nemesiani Cynegeticôn lib. I. Euisdem carmen bucolicum. T. Calpurnij Siculi bucolica. Adriani Cardinalis uenatie
Title
Hoc uolumine continentur poëtae tres egregij nunc primum in lucem editi,
Title remainder
Gratij, q[ui] Augusto principe floruit, De uenatione lib. I. P. Ouidij Nasonis Halieuticôn liber acephalus. M. Aurelij Olympij Nemesiani Cynegeticôn lib. I. Euisdem carmen bucolicum. T. Calpurnij Siculi bucolica. Adriani Cardinalis uenatie
Title variation
  • Hoc volvmine continentvr poëtae tres egregij nunc primum in lucem editi
  • Hoc volumine continentur poëtae tres egregii nunc primum in lucem editi
  • Poëtae tres egregij nunc primum in lucem editi
  • Poëtae tres egregii nunc primum in lucem editi
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Language
lat
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UkLiU
Citation location within source
  • P1704
  • no. 1
  • 267
  • CNCE 21645
  • 834002
Citation source
  • Adams, H.M. Catalogue of books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501-1600, in Cambridge libraries
  • Renouard I 263
  • Aldine Press (2001)
  • Edit 16
  • USTC
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  • Halieutica
  • Cynegetica
  • Carmen bucolicum
  • Bucolica
  • De venatione
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Grattius
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • 43 B.C.-17 A.D. or 18 A.D.
  • approximately 1461-
  • 1485-1553
  • 1729-1796
  • 1857-1944
  • 1813-1869
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  • Ovid
  • Nemesianus, Marcus Aurelius Olympius
  • Calpurnius Siculus, Titus
  • Castellesi, Adriano
  • Logau, Georg von
  • Titius, Johann Daniel
  • Case, Robert Hope
  • Daniel, C. Henry
  • Giess, Nebel MD
  • Jahn, Otto
  • Ludwig, Christian Gottlieb
  • Aedes Aldi et Andreae Asulani Soceri
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  • Hunting
  • Hunting
  • Fishing
  • Fishing
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Hoc uolumine continentur poëtae tres egregij nunc primum in lucem editi, : Gratij, q[ui] Augusto principe floruit, De uenatione lib. I. P. Ouidij Nasonis Halieuticôn liber acephalus. M. Aurelij Olympij Nemesiani Cynegeticôn lib. I. Euisdem carmen bucolicum. T. Calpurnij Siculi bucolica. Adriani Cardinalis uenatie
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  • Signatures: A-F8 G4
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Printer's device on title page and verso of leaf G4
  • Leaf 2 misnumbered 1 and number 11 omitted from foliation
  • Edited by Georg von Logau
  • Capital spaces with guide letters
Dimensions
8° (16 cm)
Extent
[6], 47 [i.e. 46] leaves
Ownership
  • SPEC EP.A13: Inscription on recto of front endpaper: "Ex bibliotheca Chr. Gottl. Ludwig pervenit ad Io. Dan. Titium Viterbergan. Exinde mei iuris factus libellus rarissmus. Constat I thalero mon. Saxon. d. 28 Nov. 1798. Nebel M. D. Giess." and beneath this, in the same hand "Obiit Adrianus Cardinalus 1518". On verso of same leaf, in the same hand "N. 4705". With occasional addition of line numbers in ink, also in this hand.
  • SPEC EP.A13: Bookplate of Otto Jahn (see CERL Thesaurus) -- cherubs picking fruit, motto "Inter folia fructus" and initials "OJ".
  • SPEC EP.A13: From the University of Liverpool archives (A192/5/2 ; Pub/1/2/22): correspondence indicating that the Department of Education used funds provided by Charles Sydney Jones to purchase around 100 Aldines, for £400 (less a 10% discount), from the sale of the library of Rev. C.H.O. Daniel, D.D., Provost of Worcester College, Oxford. Daniel{u2019}s library was sold by Oxford bookseller Leslie Chaundy, in 1920 {u2013} a marked up catalogue for the first part of the sale is included with the correspondence. This book matches one described on page 10 of the catalogue.
  • SPEC EP.A29(01): Copious marginal annotations and underlinings in an early hand - including the extraction of keywords and references. Annotations in the same hand are found on some pages in the second item in this bound-with.
  • SPEC EP.A29(01): In ink on front endpaper "Milford" and note on contents, in a 18th/19th century(?) hand. The second item in the bound-with is initially misattributed as printed by Aldus - corrected in pencil with reference to Brunet, vol. 4 p. 762.
  • SPEC EP.A29(01): University of Liverpool accession number 61626 -- 21 March 1946. Donated by Mrs Case. According to the Annual Report for 1945, the University acquired 1037 books from the library of the late Professor R.H. Case, "of which 121 are English books published before 1701 and 251 are English books of the 18th century". A further 180 books previously belonging to Professor Case were purchased by the University in 1946. Robert Hope Case was Chair of English literature (1919-1923) and Dean of the Faculty of Arts (1913-1916) at the University of Liverpool.
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Hoc uolumine continentur poëtae tres egregij nunc primum in lucem editi, : Gratij, q[ui] Augusto principe floruit, De uenatione lib. I. P. Ouidij Nasonis Halieuticôn liber acephalus. M. Aurelij Olympij Nemesiani Cynegeticôn lib. I. Euisdem carmen bucolicum. T. Calpurnij Siculi bucolica. Adriani Cardinalis uenatie
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A-F8 G4
  • Imprint from colophon
  • Printer's device on title page and verso of leaf G4
  • Leaf 2 misnumbered 1 and number 11 omitted from foliation
  • Edited by Georg von Logau
  • Capital spaces with guide letters
Dimensions
8° (16 cm)
Extent
[6], 47 [i.e. 46] leaves
Ownership
  • SPEC EP.A13: Inscription on recto of front endpaper: "Ex bibliotheca Chr. Gottl. Ludwig pervenit ad Io. Dan. Titium Viterbergan. Exinde mei iuris factus libellus rarissmus. Constat I thalero mon. Saxon. d. 28 Nov. 1798. Nebel M. D. Giess." and beneath this, in the same hand "Obiit Adrianus Cardinalus 1518". On verso of same leaf, in the same hand "N. 4705". With occasional addition of line numbers in ink, also in this hand.
  • SPEC EP.A13: Bookplate of Otto Jahn (see CERL Thesaurus) -- cherubs picking fruit, motto "Inter folia fructus" and initials "OJ".
  • SPEC EP.A13: From the University of Liverpool archives (A192/5/2 ; Pub/1/2/22): correspondence indicating that the Department of Education used funds provided by Charles Sydney Jones to purchase around 100 Aldines, for £400 (less a 10% discount), from the sale of the library of Rev. C.H.O. Daniel, D.D., Provost of Worcester College, Oxford. Daniel{u2019}s library was sold by Oxford bookseller Leslie Chaundy, in 1920 {u2013} a marked up catalogue for the first part of the sale is included with the correspondence. This book matches one described on page 10 of the catalogue.
  • SPEC EP.A29(01): Copious marginal annotations and underlinings in an early hand - including the extraction of keywords and references. Annotations in the same hand are found on some pages in the second item in this bound-with.
  • SPEC EP.A29(01): In ink on front endpaper "Milford" and note on contents, in a 18th/19th century(?) hand. The second item in the bound-with is initially misattributed as printed by Aldus - corrected in pencil with reference to Brunet, vol. 4 p. 762.
  • SPEC EP.A29(01): University of Liverpool accession number 61626 -- 21 March 1946. Donated by Mrs Case. According to the Annual Report for 1945, the University acquired 1037 books from the library of the late Professor R.H. Case, "of which 121 are English books published before 1701 and 251 are English books of the 18th century". A further 180 books previously belonging to Professor Case were purchased by the University in 1946. Robert Hope Case was Chair of English literature (1919-1923) and Dean of the Faculty of Arts (1913-1916) at the University of Liverpool.

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