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Cicero, Marcus Tullius

Orationes.

 

Analysis of Content

Volume 1.

[a1r] [Bussis], Johannes Andreas [de: Letter addressed to] Paulus II, Pont. Max. Botfield 116-31; Bussi 57-69.

[a6r] [Table of contents.]

[b2r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: De lege Manilia. ‘Pro lege Manilia siue de laudibus Cn. Pompeii Magni siue de imperatore deligendo'. Cic. Man.

[b7v] [Cicero, Marcus Tullius]: Pro Milone. Cic. Mil.

[c6r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Plancio. ‘Pro Gn. Plantio ad iudices oratio'. Cic. Planc.

[d5v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Sulla. Cic. Sul.

[e1r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: De haruspicum responso. Cic. Har.

[e7r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Murena. Cic. Mur.

[f6v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Sexto Roscio Amerino. Cic. S. Rosc.

[g7r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Balbo. Cic. Balb.

[h3r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Sestio. Cic. Sest.

[i3v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: De domo sua. Cic. Dom.

[k6v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Quinctio. Cic. Quinct.; see also Cicero, Pro Quinctio, ed. Reeve, p. xliv.

[l3v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Flacco. Cic. Flac.

[m2v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Cluentio. Cic. Clu.

[n10r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Fonteio. Cic. Font.

[o3v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Caecina. Cic. Caec.

[p2r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Rabirio Postumo. Cic. Rab. Post.

[p5v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Rabirio perduellionis reo. ‘Pro C. Rabirio perduellione ad Quirites oratio'. Cic. Rab. perd.

[p8r] [Cicero, Marcus Tullius]: Pro Roscio comoedo. Cic. Q. Rosc.

[q1v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: De lege agraria 1-3. Cic. Agr.

[r3v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: In Pisonem. Cic. Pis.

[s4v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: In Catilinam 1-4. ‘Inuectiuarum in L. Catilinam liber primus [–ultimus]'. Cic. Catil.

[t5r] Sallustius Crispus, Gaius [pseudo-]: In Ciceronem. [Sal.] Cic.

[t5v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius [pseudo-]: In Sallustium. [Cic.] Sal.

[t7r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Archia. Cic. Arch.

[v1v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: In Vatinium. Cic. Vat. Omitting the last sentence: ‘dixerisne in eum testimonium . . . fieri debuisse.’

[v5v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius [pseudo-]: Oratio pridie quam in exilium iret. [Cic.] Exil.

[v8r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Post reditum ad populum. ‘Qua populo gratias agit de reditu suo oratio'. Cic. Red. pop.

[v10v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Post reditum in senatu. ‘Qua senatui gratias agit post reditum suum oratio'. Cic. Red. sen.

[x4r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Caelio. Cic. Cael.

Volume 2.

[y1r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: De provinciis consularibus. Cic. Prov.

[y5r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro rege Deiotaro. Cic. Deiot.

[y8v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Marcello. Cic. Marc.

[z1r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Pro Ligario. Cic. Lig.

[z4r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Divinatio in Q. Caecilium. ‘Accusationum in C. Verrem liber I'. Cic. Div. Caec.

[z8v] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: In Verrem 1, 2. 1-5. [Here entitled In Verrem 2-7.] Cic. Ver.

[K1r] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Orationes Philippicae 1-14. Cic. Phil.

[O11r] [Verse addressed to the reader.] Incipit: ‘Aspicis illustris lector quicunque libellos | Si cupis artificum nomina nosce(i.e.nosse) lege'; 4 elegiac distichs. See Walther, Initia, 1610.

Imprint

Imprint: Rome: Conradus Sweynheym and Arnoldus Pannartz, [between May and July] 1471. Folio.

Collation

Collation: [a6 b c10 d12 e–q10 r8 s10 t8 u-z A–F10 G8 H–L10.8 M8 N10 O12].

References

ISTC: ic00541000

GW: GW 6761;

Hain: HR 5121;

Goff: Goff C‑541;

BMC: BMC IV 13, XII 1;

Proctor: Pr 3318;

Others: Rhodes 555; Sheppard 2635.

LCN: 14840845

Copies

Copy number: C-238(1)

Wanting the blank leaves [b1] and [O12].

Bound in two volumes. Leaf [a1] mounted, [O11] backed. [p3] appears to have been supplied from a smaller copy.

Binding: Eighteenth-century half calf with Buntpapier boards and gold-tooled spine; possibly Italian; see printed waste visible in the boards of both volumes.

Size: Vol. 1: 410 × 302 × 56 mm; vol. 2: 410 × 302 × 42mm.

Size of leaf: 400 × 285 mm.

Some marginal notes; in the Pro Archia in an early hand, extracting key words; in the In Vatinium in a seventeenth-century hand providing lexicographical information.

Occasional initials are supplied in black ink. Continuous manuscript foliation in black ink in both volumes.

Provenance: Giuseppe Serra, Duca di Cassano († before 1826); see Catalogo, 13. George John, 2nd Earl Spencer (1758-1834); sale (1821), lot 80; purchased in 1821 for £2. 0. 0; see Books Purchased (1821), 4, and the annotated sale catalogue.

SHELFMARK: Auct. L 1.12, 13.


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