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Bod-Inc: T-036

Terentius Afer, Publius

Comoediae: Andria, Eunuchus, Adelphi (extracts).



Imprint: [Paris: Ulrich Gering, c.1483]. 4°.

Remarks: According to Pellechet 10979, this single uncut sheet of printer's waste appears to be later than Gering's folio edition.


Collation: Collation unknown.

Types: Type: 100 R; capital spaces with guide letters.

Leaves: Number of leaves unknown.

Line number: 21 lines (leaded).

Type area: Type area: 145 ×92 mm (sheet numbered ‘3' in pencil).

Watermarks: Across the fold, a watermark of a bull's head surmounted by a cross. Horizontal chain lines.


ISTC: it00081250

Proctor: Pr 7887;

Others: Sheppard 6154-5.

LCN: 14099794


Copy number: T-036(1)

Bound in a modern guard-book of French printed fragments with H‑074.

Size of leaf: 213 × 155 mm.

A single uncut folded sheet printed on one side only, containing on the half-sheet numbered 1 in pencil, right-hand side (signed ‘e'): Ter. An. 975-81, and the didascalia for Eunuchus; left-hand side: Ter. Ad. 591-610. On the half-sheet numbered 3 in pencil, right-hand side: Ter. Ad. 537-53; left-hand side: the anonymous summary of Eunuchus, incipit: ‘[M]eretrix adolescentem (cuius mutuo amore tenebatur) . . .' and Ter. Eu., prologus 1-14. All texts presented as prose.

Provenance and date of acquisition unknown.

SHELFMARK: Inc. c. F97.1(1).

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