Catalog Record: Epigrammata clarissimi disertissimiq́[ue] uiri Thomae Mori Britanni ad emendatu[m] exemplar ipsius autoris excusa | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Epigrammata clarissimi disertissimiq́[ue] uiri Thomae Mori Britanni ad emendatu[m] exemplar ipsius autoris excusa.

Main Author: More, Thomas, Sir, Saint, 1478-1535.
Related Names: Lily, William 1468?-1522., Rhenanus, Beatus 1485-1547., Erasmus, Desiderius d. 1536.
Language(s): Latin
Published: Basileae : Apvd Ioannem Frobenivm, mense Decembri 1520.
Subjects: Epigrams, Latin.
Epigrams.
Note: Woodcuts: t.-p. border; ornamental and historiated initials; printer's device (verso of last leaf).
"Progymnasmata Thomae Mori et Guilielmi Lilij sodalium": p. 7-15.
Leaves 2-3 signed x2, x3. Collation appears elsewhere (e.g., Adams; Gibson) as a-n⁴ o⁶; a2-3 cancels?
Printing error: leaf a3 missigned x3.
Signatures: a-n⁴ o⁶.
First separate edition. Originally printed by Froben as part of the third edition of Utopia, 1518.
"Collected by Erasmus from scattered manuscripts, and ... printed by Froben under the supervision of ... Beatus Rhenanus"--DNB.
Imprint from colophon. On title-page: Apvd inclytam Basileam.
Physical Description: 115, [1] p. ; 21 cm. (4to)
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