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Bod-Inc: I-044


Oratio ad Nicoclem.


Analysis of Content

<*abcd>2r Franciscus Buzacarinus: [Letter addressed to] Federicus Cornelius. Incipit: ‘[C]um anno superiore pro tua benignitate . . .’

<*abcd>3r Isocrates: Oratio ad Nicoclem. Translated by Franciscus Buzacarinus. Incipit: ‘[S]i qui solent, o Nicocles, vobis regibus vestes . . .’ A translation of Isocrates' oratio 2; see L. Gualdo Rosa, ‘Le traduzioni latine dell'"A Nicocle” di Isocrate nel ‘400', in Acta Conventus Neolatini Lovaniensis. Proceedings of the First International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies, Louvain 23-28 August 1971, ed. J. Ijsewijn and E. Kessler, Humanistische Bibliothek, Reihe I, 20 (Munich, 1973), 275-303, at 299 no. 10; ead., La fede nella “Paideia”, 69, 71, 242.


Imprint: [Venice: Petrus de Plasiis, Cremonensis, Bartholomaeus de Blavis de Alexandria, and Andreas Torresanus de Asula, 1480]. 4°.


Collation: <*abcd>10.


ISTC: ii00213000

Hain: CR 3328a;

Goff: Goff I‑213;

BMC: BMC V 268;

Proctor: not in Pr;

Others: Sheppard 3611.

LCN: 14439804


Copy number: I-044(1)

Binding: Nineteenth-century half purple morocco over marbled pasteboards. Gilt-edged leaves on the upper edge only.

Size: 195 × 141 × 9 mm.

Size of leaf: 187 × 135 mm.

A few marginal notes, providing corrections to the text, in an early hand. Inscription on <*abcd>1r: ‘Celeberrimo iurisconsulto d. (?) Iuris(?) F. b.’

A few initials are supplied in brown ink.

Provenance: Ingram Bywater (1840-1914); Elenchus, no. 1845. Bequeathed in 1914.

SHELFMARK: Byw. O 9.6.

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