Farfel Notebook 08: Leaves 499-571

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In the Apocrypha only 2 texts appear - the Vulgate + the Septuagint (c its interlinear Latin), the later printed in 2 col. on either side of the Vulgate.

Vol. 2 - Iosve (Josve) 3 - Esdras - Lex. he. i. Esd. 4 - Esaias - begins a^3 (Incipit Esaias propheta) HΣAiAΣ Lex. he. Esa. my leaf b^1 (of 6) Isaiah 7: 1--> 22. Esa lxvi --> ends on i^1 (of 6) followed by Hieremias Lex. he. hiere. Isaiah delivered his prophetic messages in the last 4 decades of the 8th C. B.C. during the reigns of 4 kings: Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz + Hezekiah.

Bibles printed in Spain 1) 1478 Valencia - single leaf only survives. GW. 4322 Goff B-622 * 2) 1514-17 Complutensian polyglot. 3) 1584-85 (86) Biblia Sacra, cum duplici translatione, + scholiis Francisci Vatabli. Salamanca: [Ildefonsus + Tenanova y Neyla, for] G. de Portonarius, G. Rouillé, + B. Boyer - folio D + M. 6176 Palau. 29047 4) 1767 - Ibara's edition. Complutensian Polyglot - did major violence to the Hebrew text adapting + organizing it to conform to the Vulgate tradition. Although the textual contribution of the various languagues had some significance for later 16th C ed., only the Greek Septuagint version of the O.T. - this being the editio princeps - has any textual value for modern scholars the 1st Hebrew Bible printed by Christians + the 1st in which the Church had a hand.

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Biblia latina. See #474 Venice: Reynaldus de Novimagio and Theodorus de Reyhsburch, 1478 f^0 Ref: Goff B-556 Hc 3070 Pell 2298, Polain (B) 650 Oates 1779 Pr 4431 BMC V254 GW 4231. Cop: LC, New L, NYPL, YUL,

my leaf Liber Job. Capitulum I --> IIII A^10 BC^12 a-h^10-i-1^12; m-t^10 v^14; x-zzↄ aa-gg^10 hh^8; ii-ll^10 mm^12 nn-pp^10 qq^12; 456 leaves, the 1st + last blank. 2 col., 3 in the Interpretationes. 3^a: 53 lines + headline, 206 (222) x 132mm. Types: 150G headlines, 1st words of books (p2) heading type of a class common in Venice. The capitals vary greatly in size. D, N, R, T being disproportionately large. Haebler's M98. Straight shanked r. The measurement is approximate. In use in 1477-81

77 G (P') small text type. Ornate capitals, mostly double backed, D, H, M, N, O, P, Q, V are double crossed as wel; M very wide, h c tail level c line, short single slanting hyphen. In use in 1477-79, 81. Capital spaces c guide letters. The headlines give the names of the book.

The output of the printer (at 1st collaborating c Theodore de Reyhsburch) remains regular from 14 June 1477, his 1st definite date, to the autumn of 1483. There is then a break until 1486 from which year he appears to have worked intermittently until April 1491, when there is another break, the last groups of books being finished at various times between Sept. 1495 + Oct. 1496.

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One of only a handful of editions printed by this partnership. It was dissolved in 1478, + Novimagio continued printing on his own intermittently until 1496.

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See #144

Biblia Latina Venice: Hieronymus de Paganinis, Sept. 7, 1497 8° Ref: Goff B*601, HC 3123 Pell 2339 Oates 2129 Pr 5468 BMC V 459 GW 4278 Habler #111 Cop: HEHL, BMarv CL, LC, New L

With table of Gabriel Brunus. Petruslangelus de Monte Ulmi, ed.

my leaf - Genesis 33 → 36 b6 (of 8) 514 leaves, 476 blank. 2 col. 12a: 54 lines + headline; 140 (145) x 88 mm (c marginalia 98) Capital spaces. Types 90R small text type, used for words on device in the 1497 bible. 89G (p17) text type. In use in 1496-99. 52G (p19), very small type, lower case only, tail of h curled below the line. In use in 1497-99. 45G, minute marginal type, lowercase only, tail of h curled below the line. Found only in the 1497 bible.

Paganinus, Jacobus, + Hieronymus de Paganinis. Paganinus makes his 1st appearance as an independent printer in April 1487 + continues until Oct. 1490. The press is next found in the hands of Jacobus (Dec. 1490, 1491) + then of Hieronymus (Sept. 1492-Dec. 1493), Paganinus reappearing in Nov. 1494 c the De Burgo. He continued work until well past the turn of the century.

Venice: H. de Paganinis, 7 Sept 1492. 2 col, 50 lines. 1st book printed at this press + the 2nd bible printed in octavo. Goff B-594 1st Goff B-592 Basel: J. Froben, 27 June 1491 (See #330)

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HEHL #84602 No rub.

my leaf is folio 14 of the actual Bible Genesis - folio 1 --> 20

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