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Mill Valley, CA
Horatius Flaccus Quintus
Opera, cum quibusdam annotatianibus Jacobi
See #152 #473 Strassburg: Johann (Reinhard) Gruninger, 12 March 1498. f^8
Ref: Goff H-461 HC 8898 Polain (B) 1989 Schr. 4240
Pr 485 BMC I 112 Fairfax - Murray #205 Oates 197
Cop: HEHL, LC, NYPL PML, U Cal BL
(Comm: Porphyrion, Mancinellus, Acron,
Carminum. / Liber Primus.
(Poems) Ode XXVII. Ad sodales devini madestia Diiii
- Natis in isum laetitiae (No brawling)
[*]^6 A-V^6; x-z AA-II^6 KKLL^8; [**]^6 290 leaves, leaf 214 blank [inserted] 7-213 numbered I-CCVII [end inserted]
The 1st 3 books appeared in 23 BC when Horace was
42. The 4th book was written, somewhat as the work
of a poet lameate, 10 yrs later.
Book I. 1-38 II. 1-20 III. 1-29 IV. 1-15
Kraus 29 Cat. #126 Roman type, headings in Gothic. One column of text surrounded
by commentary. 6 leaves [crossed out] index [end crossed out], 207 ff, f. 208 blank, 6 leaves index.
With a woodcut illustration to each poem, mostly made
up of 2 to 5 cuts; together 101 cuts.
This ed. of Horacis works was published by J. Lochner from
newly discovered manuscripts + not from printed text
versions. A dedicatory letter by Lochner to the Margrave of
Baden defends German scholarship + manners against
the aspersions of Francesco Filelfo.
31 of the cuts were made for this publication. The balance
had appeared previously in the Terence of 1496; Nauenschiff
of 1494, + their works.
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