publius vergilius maro
Opera Vergiliana docte et familiariter exposita: docte quidem Bucolica & Georgica a Seruio, Donato, Mancinello & Probo nuper addito; cum adnotationibus Beroaldinis; Aeneis vero ab ijsdem praeter Mancinellum & Probum & ab Augustino Datho in eius principio: Opusculorum praeterea quaedam ab Domitio Calderino. Familiariter vero omnia tam opera quam opuscula ab Iodoco Badio AscensioÉ.
Book Description: Jean Barbier for Franois Regnault, 1515. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Folio: 28.5 x 21 cm. , 106 ff; , 290,  ff. Collation: I. [ ]8, a-z8, &8, [con]6, [rum]6; II. [rum]8, A-Z8, Aa-Mm8, Nn10, aaa8 (lacking blank leaf aaa8) A rare Parisian Vergil, printed by Jean Barbier for Franois Regnault. The colophon reads: Ex officina Ioannis barbier: impendio Francisci Regnault .xi. Kal. Iulias Anni ab redemptione humana. M.DXV. As stated on the title page, this copy was part of the allotment of copies to be sold by Denis Roce. There is another state of the title page with Regnault's device and the notice Venundatur a Francisco Regnault sub signo divi Claudii. VERY RARE. This only the second complete copy that I have handled in 15 years. Renouard, Josse Badius Ascensius, III, p. 368 ; Mambelli, Gli annali delle edizioni Virgiliane, (Firenze, 1954), 131; Adams V-467 This copy is bound in its original binding of one-third alum-tawed pigskin over quarter-sawn, beveled wooden boards. The pigskin is ruled and tooled in blind with attractive vine-work rolls. The clasps are missing but the original brass catch-plates are preserved. Aside from some soiling, minor signs of wear and a few scattered wormholes to the boards, the binding is very well preserved. Internally, this is a fine, complete copy with wide margins and some deckled edges. The general title page and the divisional title page for the Aeneid are both printed in red and black, with historiated woodcut borders and Denis Roce's printer's device featuring two heraldic griffins. There are numerous white-on-black initials throughout the text. Two readers have annotated this copy. The first reader, presumably the first owner, has added notes, underscores, and marginal glosses in red throughout the first volume, with particular emphasis on some of the poems in the spurious poems. The second reader, a later owner, has annotated the second volume (Aeneid) in black in a similar fashion. Two clean tears to the first title page have been mended, without loss. There is a light stain to the outer margin of the first signature and a few worm holes (just pin-pricks, no trails) to the final few leaves. The lower blank margin of the second leaf has been neatly torn away, without affecting the text. Aside from these minor faults, a wonderful copy of a book rarely found complete, let alone in its original binding, unwashed, unpressed, and with wide margins. Bookseller Inventory # 2115D
The Works of Publius Virgilius Maro. Translated, adornd with Sculpture, and illustrated with Annotations, by John Ogilby.
Book Description: Thomas Warren for the Author, London, 1654. Book Condition: Very Good. John Ogilby (illustrator). Tall paper copy, early issue. Colombier quarto (443 x 288 mm overall, the pages 430 x 272 mm). Later mottled calf covers tooled in blind, outer frames of double rules with small palmette roll, polished inner panel framed with elaborate floral roll and large corner fleurons, rebacked spine in eight compartments, one gilt-lettered, the others with large gilt central device between gilt rules and rolls. Collates 2 ll. (portrait, frontispiece), 4 ll. (title, dedication, life of Virgil), 1 l. (first plate of Bucolicks, inserted before B1), B(4)-Dddd(4), 1 l. (plate inserted after Rr3), 2 ll. (map inserted after Pp1 rather than after Y1): pp. [vii], 1-586 (i.e., 576 pp., the pagination jumping from 488 to 499 between Qqq4 and Rrr1; Zzz2 plate bound after Zzz3 text; Ddd2 bound after Ddd3), complete with all leaves, with additional [2 ll.] front and [2 ll.] back (new binder's blanks and marbled endleaves in French curl design). Engraved portrait of Ogilby by William Faithorne after Peter Lely, engraved frontispiece by Pierre Lombart after Francis Cleyn, double-page etched map by Wenceslaus Hollar of Aeneas's route from Troy to Ostia and 101 full-page etched and engraved illustrations (19 without text on reverse), of which 42 are signed by Hollar, 29 by Lombart and one each by Faithorne and William Carter after Cleyn's designs (Lombart signed another seven alone; three are signed by Ludwig Richer alone; and 18 are unsigned). Fine etched or engraved initials, headpieces and tailpieces (many repeated), some by Hollar. Overall very good condition, sympathetically rebacked with older (not original) spine preserved on paper backing and loosely laid in, covers with old varnish, stains and scratches, darkening of inner margins of covers from old rebacking, corners restored, some edgewear, occasional browning, particularly to quire B, insect tracks in outer margin and gutter of Cc-Mm not touching any content, various mostly clean edge tears here and there, split on lower fold of map in lower text box, neatly repaired tear within content on B1, small piece of lower corner of last leaf torn off, infrequent negligible foxing, spots and soiling, ink manuscript owner's name crossed through on frontispiece, opening of Bucolicks and last page (accompanied by ink manuscript motto in latter two instances), the book block tight, square, strong and flat-opening, the pages generally bright, the plates overall very good to superb impressions, the letterpress printing incisively and deeply. The plates comprise the chief illustrated work of Cleyn (1582-1658), German painter and illustrator who became the chief designer of the Mortlake Tapestry Factory under Charles I and the Commonwealth. Pennington (infra) assessed that just the 42 large plates (all after Cleyn) and map signed by Hollar were executed wholly by him, along with inscriptive parts of 11 others and some mostly signed headpieces and initials. Recent investigations at the Folger Shakespeare Library using microphotography have suggested that Hollar also etched the landscape backgrounds of many of the plates signed by Lombart before Lombart added engraved foregrounds and staffage. See Richard Pennington, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Etched Work of Wenceslaus Hollar 1607-1677 (Cambridge, 1982), pp. 39, 43; Rachel Doggett et al., Impressions of Wenceslaus Hollar (Washington, 1996), pp. 35-39. This tall copy is printed on fine laid paper having at least four different watermarks (fleur-de-lis, IV, grapes on stem, bend) and represents an early issue with strong plates. Notably, the title has "adornd" for "adorn'd"; the pictorial "P" opening the Life, [A3]r, has the shepherd, dog and sheep; the headpiece on p. 29 shows putti with gardening tools; there are no cancel slips over words in the text or changes in the dedications of plates. Provenance: Sir Francis Burdett, ink inscription "Francis Burdett Booke [scribbled over in lighter ink] / Quisque suos patimur manes." ("We each bear our demons": Aeneid. Bookseller Inventory # 000093
Opere. cioe la Bucolica, la Georgica, e l'Eneide. Commentate in lingua volgare toxcana, da Giovanni Fabrini
Book Description: heirs of Marchio Sessa, Venice, 1604. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. A-D8 E4 F-N8 A-Z8 2A 12 2B-2Q8 2R10. 322 II. Woodcut initials and illustrations. Folio (209 x 195 mm). 18th century morocco, spine gilt, gilt dentelles, a. e. g. A few minor paper flaws and 2 repairs at margins at end, else fine. A handsome edition in a very attractive and well-preserved binding. Bookseller Inventory # D4449
P. Virgilii Maronis cum Veterum omnium Commentariis et Selectis recentiorum notis Nova Editio. Inscripta Viro Amplissimo Gualtero Valkenier I.U.L. Reip. Amstelodamensis Consuli et Senatori. Ex officina Abrahami Commelini. MDCXLVI.
Book Description: Abraham Commelin, 1646. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Quarto. 23 x 18.6 cm. , 996,  p. Collation: *4, **4, A-Z4, Aa-Zz4, Aaa-Zzz4, Aaaa-Zzzz4, Aaaaa-Zzzzz4, Aaaaaa-Qqqqqq4, Rrrrrr2 With the Expanded Servian Commentary, 'Servius Auctus'. The text for this edition was edited by the Dutch classicist Cornelius Schrevel (1615-1665) using the collations of Nicolas Heinsius (1656-1718), whose own edition of Vergil, a corrected version of his father's Elzevir edition of 1636, did not appear in print until 1664. Schweiger, 1169-70. With a fine engraved title page illustrating the Georgics, Eclogues and Aeneid. This copy is bound in contemporary, blind-stamped Dutch vellum with ties. The binding is a little soiled and the upper joint is starting but is otherwise well preserved. The contents are in excellent condition with good margins and only a few stains and instances of foxing. Bookseller Inventory # 1909D
Book Description: Luigi Fabri, Rome, 1811. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Illustrated by Bartolomeo Pinelli Romano (illustrator). ; Half vellum; marbled boards; oblong folio: 35 x 46 cm (14 x 18 in). Fifty full page aquatints by Bartolomeo Pinelli Romano. Light water stain to lower right corner to later plates affecting image (see images 3,4,5), otherwise very good.; Oblong Folio; Additional images and further information provided upon request. Bookseller Inventory # 202
Book Description: Johannis Baskerville, Printer, Birmingham, 1757. Quarto. First Baskerville edition, early issue with (8)pp. subscriber's listing 20 additional names added, 432pp., with "J" of Johannis between the "B" and "I", the "M" of "MDCCLVII" slightly broken, headline of page 133 off spaced, page 143 numbered 341 with catch word corrected, the use of "wove mould" paper and "laid" paper interspersed throughout. Bound in contemporary calf handsomely rebacked with burgundy spine label, six compartments decoratively stamped in gilt, endpapers renewed. Internally very clean; title page darkened at gutter. In all, a very good copy of Baskerville's first printed work. Bookseller Inventory # pb.3791
P. VERGILII MARONIS BUCOLICA GEORGICA ET AENEIS, Ex Cod. Mediceo- Laurentiano descripta ab Antonio Aubrogi Florentino S.J. Italico versu reddita, adnotationibus atque variantibus lectionius et antiquiscimi codicis Vaticani picturis pluribusque aliis veterum monumentis
Book Description: 3 Volumes. Romae 1763-65. Numerous partial page copper plates including initials; map, 16.75 x 11.5", old polished calf with gilt spines; labels, xcii, 211; C, 336, XXIV; 343 w/index, EX-LIBRARY, bookplates only, hinges tender, spine labels defective,s pines well worn, covers worn with some leather peeling, some text soiling & spottind but mostly clean. Bookseller Inventory # 96-0930
P. Virgilius Maro varietate lectionis et perpetua annotatione illustratus a Chr. Gottl. Heyne, accedit index uberrinus. Editio nova accurata.
Book Description: typis excudit J.F. Dove, veneunt apud Ricardum Priestley,, Londini, 1821. 4 volumes, royal 8vo (identified by Lowndes as the Large Paper issue), contemporary full tree calf, covers with ornate gilt borders, smooth spines in 6 compartments, red morocco labels in two, a.e.g.; joints starting, minor wear at the spine ends, but all in all a handsome set. Volume 1 is Bucolica et Georgica; vols. 2 & 3 comprise The Aenid; and vol. 4 the Carmina Minora and index. Lowndes IV, 2728. Bookseller Inventory # 23965
Book Description: Coustelier, Paris, 1745. Book Condition: Very Good. In 12avo, three vols, uniformy bound, tome 1: (3), xcv, (2), 205, pp, whit engraved frontis title and 6 engraveds full pages by Cochin. Tome 2: (1), xxiv, (2), 231, pp, with 6 engraveds plates full pages. Tome 3: (2), xii, (2), 254, pp, whit 6 engraveds plates full pages. Bidings in full brown morocco, spine gilt whit 5 raised bands, blind frame on boards, marbled enpapers,gilt edges, very attractive set in good condition. In Latin. Hardcover. Bookseller Inventory # 0024013221
Book Description: Dabam Petrus Didot Natu Major, Parisiis (Paris), 1791. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. First edition thus. Rare. 1791, First edition thus. This is copy #40 of 100 signed by the publisher, here, P. Didot, on the verso of the last page. 513 pp. Latin text. Hardcover, large 4to. (9.75 x 15"), 1840's rebinding in full deep blue morocco, gilt ruled, with 5 raised bands and gilt title on spine, marbled text-blocks. Some rubbing and scuffing to the boards and edges, and parts of the gilt-ruling have flaked off. Light wear to spine ends. Outer hinges show light to moderate cracking, but still securely attached. Sound inner hinges. The text is unmarked and the pages have remained a crisp, bright white. Occasional foxing to page margins, though slightly heavier toward the beginning and end of the text. The new endpapers are heavily soiled. The previous owner's name, Hugh Davids is stamped in gilt on the front cover. Davids' pencil signature and bookplate also appear on the front pastedown. A beautifully printed book; quite rare and signed by Pierre Didot, the famous printer and co-inventor of the Didot typeface. Digital images available upon request. Bookseller Inventory # 0063715
Book Description: Venice: Hippogryphium., 1578. Book Condition: Good. Folio. Woodcut on title page and at the head of each chapter. 389 leaves, lacking folios 386 and 388. Printed by Petrus Dusinellus. Calf-backed boars. Bookseller Inventory # 01-1232
Book Description: Paris: Thierry., 1668. Book Condition: Good. 4to. 266, 116 pp. Engraved frontispiece by Landry after Baroc. Includes the letter by Bochart. Contemporary calf with coat of arms. Spine defective, else very good, with rubbed extremities. Bookseller Inventory # 01-1231
Book Description: R. Reily, for T. Osborne, 1749. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Acceptable. 2 volume set. xciv, , 390, 7,  + xvi, 487, 4,  pp. 3 engraved plates, 2 folding maps in the vol. 1. 8 engraved plates, 2 folding maps in the vol. 2. 8vo. Bound in contemporary sheepskin. Covers worn, boards detached or starting. Contents toned with occasional light foxing. London: R. Reily for T. Osborne, 1749; T. Osborne and J. Shipton, 1755 Latin text of Virgil's pastoral and agricultural poetry with English translation and natural history notes by the botanist John Martyn (1699-1768), of which the Georgics first appeared in 1741 and the Bucolics in 1749. "The notes discuss in considerable detail the proper identification of the plants mentioned by the poet . . . It was one of the works on which the reputation of John Martyn rested"--Hunt 517 (original edition of the Georgics only). Bookseller Inventory # 1304030142
Book Description: Chez Bleuet, Paris, 1770. Fourth edition, revised and corrected, of Jacques Delille's acclaimed verse translation of the Georgics, first printed in the previous year. Delille was one of the great names of late 18th-century French literature, famed for his translations of Latin classics; Brunet calls him a "versificateur ?l?gant et facile." The work is here illustrated with => a copper-engraved frontispiece and four plates, generally bucolic, done by Joseph de Longueil after Francesco Giuseppe Casanova and Charles Eisen. The text is additionally decorated with pictorial headpieces and fruit and floral tailpieces. 8vo (21 cm, 8.25"). , 366 pp.; 5 plts. Brunet, V, 1303; Cohen & de Ricci 1022; Graesse, VII, 359; Schweiger, II, 1221/22. Contemporary mottled calf framed in gilt triple fillets with gilt-stamped corner fleurons, spine with gilt-stamped leather title-label and gilt-stamped floral compartment decorations; joints and extremities rubbed, spine leather with small cracks, sides with expectable moderate acid-pitting. All edges gilt. Front hinge (inside) tender; a few scattered light spots, pages overall clean. An early, attractive edition of an excellent translation, with => crisp, lovely, well-impressed plates. Bookseller Inventory # 30949
P. Virgilis Maronis Opera interpretatione et notis illustravit Carolus Ruaeus Soc. Jesus jussu christianissimi regis, ad usum serenissimu delphini. Segunda Editio.
Book Description: Simonem Benard, Paris, 1682. Book Condition: Good. Quarto, (14), 866pp (96) index, with fine engraved frontispiece of a boat attacked by a sea-monster, by L.Cossin, engraved title printer's vignette of an angel and globe, heading vignettes and pictorial initials. Minor marginal water staining on first leaves; some light browning and occasional spotting. Bound in full modern brown calf, spine gilt in compartments; red morocco title label; gilt edges. Good copy. In Latin. Hardcover. Bookseller Inventory # 0024010085
Book Description: B. Giunti et Fratelli, Venice, 1581. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Later binding, vellum spine. Title mounted. Dampstaining to later portions. Bookseller Inventory # 3359
Book Description: Gul. Pickering, Londini, 1821. 8.3 cm. tall, octavo, contemporary polished quarter red roan, red cloth, top edge gilt, complete with the frontispiece, and both the printed and the engraved titles, as well as the tipped in corrigenda slip at end, very nice. This is the rarest of all the Diamond Classics. According to Spielmann, all but 100 copies perished in a fire at the printer's. It furthermore is rare to find an absolutely complete copy as this. In fact, the Bell copy lacked the printed title which of course our copy has. Keynes Pickering, page 93; Spielmann 502. Very rare. Bookseller Inventory # 1111
Book Description: John and Robert Pine, London: 1774., 1774. Full Leather. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. pp. 15, 144, 3 + Plus numerous full-page and folding engraved plates. Illustrated throughout with engraved vignettes, culs-de-lampe, etc. Normal foxing and off-setting. Tall 8vo. [221 x 135 mm.] Contemporary full leather binding, worn. "Containing only the Bucolics and Georgics, this work was left unfinished by old Pine, and was published by his son Robert" - Dibdin II, p. 561. Probably, in realit y, somewhat scarcer than Pine's justly famous Horace.**PRICE JUST REDUCED! W153. Bookseller Inventory # 138T2
The ploughman's lunch = Moretum : a poem ascribed to Virgil (Bristol Latin Texts Series) (English and Latin Edition)
Book Description: Bristol Classical Press. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: Very Good. 0862920841 Item in very good condition and at a great price! Textbooks may not include supplemental items i.e. CDs, access codes etc. Bookseller Inventory # Z0862920841Z2
BUCOLICORUM ECLOGAE DECEM. THE BUCOLICKS OF VIRGIL, WITH AN ENGLISH TRANSLATION AND NOTES. [with:] .GEORGICORUM LIBRI QUATOUR. THE GEORGICKS OF VIRGIL, WITH AN ENGLISH TRANSLATION AND NOTES.
Book Description: London: Printed by R. Reily, for T. Osborne [and:] Printed T. Osborne and J. Shipton, 1749 & 1755., 1755. Two volumes. xcix,,390,7,pp. plus folding frontis portrait, two maps (one folding), and two plates; xvi,487,4,pp. plus folding map, folding celestial chart, and seven folding plates. Large octavo. Contemporary calf, spines elaborately gilt extra, gilt labels. Some foxing, marginal offset from binding to early and late leaves, small pinhole in folding frontis, one folding map has short tear at mounting tab, small chip at crown of one spine, narrow surface loss at top of one joint, a couple joints cracking (but sound). A good set, in handsome contemporary bindings (labeled "Martyn's Virgil. Vol. I [and] Vol II"). Second and third editions of Martin's heavily annotated translations, printed parallel with the Latin texts. Martyn (1699 - 1768) was a botanist of considerable accomplishment, with a substantial number of original and translated publications to his credit. "About 1737 Martyn received from Linnæus a copy of his Flora Lapponica, published in that year, and thus began a correspondence between them. Reference is made to this work by Martyn in the first volume of the last great literary undertaking of his life, an edition, with translation and natural history notes, of the works of Virgil. Of this he published the Georgicks in 1741, the astronomical matters being revised by his friend Edmund Halley, and the Bucolicks in 1749; but only left some dissertations and notes on the Æneid, which were issued posthumously" - DNB. The earlier and quarto editions often appear with a larger complement of plates, and with the plates colored. Bookseller Inventory # WRCLIT 53039
Book Description: M Brown, Etc., London, 1785. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket. Illustrated by Carolus Ruaeus, Society of Jesus (illustrator). Virgil; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 610+222 index pages; Bound in full leather the front cover detached and spine worn. A quite scholarly book of Virgil with the passage being surrounded by notes. 610 pages with 222 page index. Near fine foldout map page 173. Text is in Latin pages darkened and text is small but still bright and readable. Bookseller Inventory # 20264
Book Description: In AEdibus Academicis, Excudebat Andreas Foulis, Glasguae, 1778. Two volumes bound in one without leaf of subscribers at end, folio, contemporary russia bit worn, joints tender and cracked, with the half titles. A decent set of this Foulis work. Gaskell, Foulis 639. This set will require extra postage, with the exact amount depending upon the destination. Bookseller Inventory # 1029
Book Description: John Baskerville, Birmingham, 1766. Octavo, later tree calf, worn, inappropriately respined with gilt paper and joints now broken with covers detached, neat inscription on front blank fly leaf, scattered faint pencilled notes, usual foxing, few small ink splatters on leaf X1 with one small resulting hole in blank area, working or binding copy of this uncommon Baskerville printing. Gaskell Baskerville, 34. Bookseller Inventory # 1028
Book Description: Ex officina Elzeviriana, Amstelodami, 1676. 24mo. Pagination: 359. Bound in later blind stamped mottled calf with spine in four compartments; rubbing to covers, with short exterior split to front hinges on outside, but holding well internally; spine dried and chipped, engraved title page. Willems 1524. Rostenberg 157. Bookseller Inventory # x46
Les Georgiques de-Traduites en Vers Français, avec Les Notes et Variantes, Suivies du Texte Latin. Par. M. L'Abbé de Lille [Jacques Delille]
Book Description: [Paris]: L'Imprimerie de La Société Littéraire-Typgraphique, 1784, 1784. Apparently the third edition of this "Excellente traduction" (Brunet), first published in 1770, then again in 1783 by F.-A. Didot, of which this seems to be a second issue with title-page dated 1784 8vo. . In a very pretty contemporary binding of French tree calf, sides with ornamental borders, spine gilt with leather label, blue endpapers (front flyleaf clipped); very slight rubbing to edges, otherwise a very pretty copy. Bookplate of samuel W. Lambert and Nancy Bookseller label of Bontoux Libraire. Brunet V 1303. Bookseller Inventory # 4621
Book Description: Printed for I. Riley., Middletown, CT, 1808. First American edition. 12mo. (10),120pp. Engraved frontispiece. BOUND WITH (as issued): Vaniere, Jacques. THE BEES, from the Latin of J. Vaniere: Being the Fourteenth Book of His Praedium Rusticum [T ranslated] by Arthur Murphy. Middletown, CT: (2) ,60pp. Both works bound in cont. sheep, red calf spine label, over boards, worn, hinges starting. Some foxing. Front free endpaper lacking. Bookseller Inventory # 1062
PUBLII VIRGILII MARONIS OPERA, ARGUMENTIS, ET ANIMADVERSIONIBUS ILLUSTRATA, EDITIO OMNIUM RECENTISSIMA.
Book Description: D. Hieronymi., Madrid., 1779. Book Condition: Good. In 8vo, (4), 427, pp, bound in early full calf, gilt-decorated spine, with label title, red edges, very attractive copy in good condition. In Latin. Hardcover. Bookseller Inventory # 0024010428
Book Description: De Gruyter. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. 3110196077 Used book, in good condition |No supplements | Normal wear to cover and spine | Page markings | Inventory sticker present | Satisfaction guaranteed!. Bookseller Inventory # 3110196077
Book Description: J. and F. Rivington, Hawkes, Clarke, et al., London, 1772. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Good+. No Jacket. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. The four volumes nicely bound together into two brown leather-covered books, with raised bands to spine, red title box, real marbled endpapers. Numerous very attractive engraved plates throughout. Both are sound with solid joints and hinges, with a little abrasion to spine tips, the first vol. showing tiny chips to crown. Binding appears to be from the 1800s. Set contains Life of Virgil, Pastorals, Georgics, Aeneis, and Dryden's lengthy "Dedication" to the Aeneid, with index in last volume. Photos available upon request. Bookseller Inventory # 16134
P. Vergilis Maronis Bvcolica: Cvm Avctoribvs Et Imitatoribvs in Vsvm Scholarvm (Kleine Texte F R Vorlesungen Und Bungen) (Latin Edition)
Book Description: Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Hardcover. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9783111000176
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