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Juvenal, with the commentaries of Jodocus Badius and Antonius Mancinellus

Paris (France): Jodocus Badius, for J. Meganc and J. Horenweghe and J. Waterloose, 1506-03-07
Juv067_tp_BSB.jpg   Juv067_a1r_BSB.jpg   Juv067_colophon_BSB.jpg  
Title page, a1r and colophon — from BSB digitised copy

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Collation: : ₵6, a–z8 A–H8 I6; 260 leaves (I6 blank), numbered ff. [6] I–CCLIII [1].

Paper: Chancery (estimated sheet size: 44 x 30 cm; largest recorded page size: 20 x 14 cm).
65 edition sheets.

Catchwords and signatures: no catchwords; signed $–$ iiij.

Selected references: Adams J-752; Renouard, Badius, ii, 538, no. 3; Renouard, Imprimeurs parisiens, ii, no. 58

Copies seen: Cambridge: UL; London: British Library; London: British Library; Munich: BSB; Uppsala: UB

Other copies recorded: Aarau; Basel: UB; Berlin: SB; Bourg-en-Bresse: BM; Brussels: BR; Cambridge: UL; Deventer: SB; Edinburgh: NLS; Fribourg: BCU; Gent: UB; Göttingen: SUB; The Hague: KB; Leeuwarden: Buma Bibliotheek; Mons: BU; New Haven: Yale UL; New York: Columbia UL; Oxford: Bodleian; Paris: BNF; Paris: Ste Geneviève; Solothurn: Zentralbibliothek; St Gallen: StiftsB; Vienna: NB; Wittenberg: EPB

Total number of copies recorded: 28

Digitised copies: Gent: UB: http://books.google.be/books?vid=GENT900000187859;
BSB: http://www.mdz-nbn-resolving.de/urn/resolver.pl?urn=urn:nbn:de:bvb:12-bsb10198218-6

Other editions printed in the same year: 1506.

This edition reprinted from Juv052.

Commentaries included in this edition: Jodocus Badius; Antonius Mancinellus.

Authors of preliminary and other ancillary matter: Jodocus Badius; Antonius Mancinellus.

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