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Cicero, M. T. / Ovid

Annotated Sammelband with eight Cicero and three Ovid items — Paris c. 1550 – 1562

[SOLD] Sammelband with eight Cicero and three Ovid items: Paris, Thomas Richard, Mathieu David, Louis Bégat, Thomas Brumen, c. 1550 – 1562.

Cicero:

1.) Ad M. filium de officiis libri tres. — Parisiis, Ex typographia Thomae Richardi […], 1561. (Paris, Thomas Richard; active 1547-68).

2.) Cato maior, seu de senectute dialogus, ad T. Pomponium Atticum. Cum annotationibus Erasmi, Betuleij, ac Balduini … — Ibd., 1560.

3.) Paradoxa ad M. Brutum. Cum annotationibus Fr. Sylvij, Xysti Betuleij, D. Erasmi Roterod … B. Latomi, & Aud. Talaei … — Ibd., 1562.

4.) De optimo genere oratorum. Scholiis Leodegarij a Quercu, recens ab ipso locupletatis. & annotationibus Petri Salomonis Constantinatis, illustratum. — Ibd., 1562.

5.) Rhetoricum ad C. Herennium libri IIII. Liber I. — Parisiis, apud Thomam Brumennium […], 1560. (Paris, Thomas Brumen; active 1560-87).

6.) Oratio pro A. Licinio archia poeta. Cum annotationibus Sylvij, Latomi, Boleri, Agricolae, Erythraei … — Paris, Th. Richard, 1560.

7.) Oratio pro Q. Ligario … — Paris, Th. Richard, 1560.

8.) In M. Antonium Philippica nona. — No place, no printer, no date.

Ovid:

1.) In Ibin, liber. — Parisiis, Apud Matth. Davidem […] M.D.LI. (Paris, Mathieu David, 1551; active 1544-58)

2.) Epistola duodecima. — No place, no printer, no date. [Colophon:] E Tipis Lod[ovico]. Begatii apud Phoenicem]. (Paris, Louis Bégat; active 1549-51).

3.) De Ponto lib. IIII. Cum brevibus annotatiunculis. — Paris, Th. Richard, 1560.

4to. (228 x 169 mm). Binding: Contemporary sheep, worn; a few deckle edges. All items annotated, except Cicero De optimo genere oratorum, by the student Jean Richardeau.

Cicero

1.) A-L4 M6 but lacking A2, A3, and blank M6: 49 ff.

2.) a-g4: 28 ff.

3.) a-d4, lacking blank d4: 15 ff.

4.) A B4 C6, lacking blank C6: 13 ff.

5.) AB4 C2: 10ff.

6.) AC4: 12 ff.

7.) AB4: 8 ff.

8.) a4: (4) ff.

Ovid

1.) AB4 C6: 26 pp. B1 bound after B2, B3 after B4, lacking blank C6

2.) A4: 4 ff.

3.) AB4 C6: 14 ff. Two last leaves with loss of paper, and of a few letters.

Provenance:

Jean Richardeau. Ex libris Johannis Richardeau on fly-leaf,  in the very lower margin of leaf 8 in the Paradoxa,

as Iehan Richardeau with the addition escollier (i.e. ecolier / student) in the strokes of the great initial V in the eighth of the Cicero items; and in the margin of Ovid’s In Ibin.