Ἐθικῶν Νικομαχείων — Florentia 1560.
Ἐθικῶν Νικομαχείων. Βιβλία δέκα. Aristotelis De moribus ad Nicomachum filium libri decem. — Florentiae, apud Iuntas, 1560.
4to (224 x160 mm). αααα-θθθθ8 ιιιι6 ✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎4: 69, (5) leaves. First and last 4 leaves with 3 spots in inner margin – traces of the former binding. Marginal annotations to page 5. A copy with ample margins. Modern limp vellum. Edited by Pier Vettori, his notes on the last 4 leaves.
Provenance: Two faint stamps to title-page: Ex libris and dai libri S. S. Stefanel.
Each of the ten books starts with the beautiful headpieces and initials, which were used first by Zacharias Kallierges and passed into the hands of the Filippo Giunta of Florence sometime after 1509.