Catalog Record: Venerabilis Bedae presbyteri De temporibus, siue, De sex aetatibus huius seculi liber incipit. P. Victoris De regionibus urbis Rome libellus aureus | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Venerabilis Bedae presbyteri De temporibus, siue, De sex aetatibus huius seculi liber incipit. P. Victoris De regionibus urbis Rome libellus aureus.

Main Author: Bede, the Venerable, Saint, 673-735.
Related Names: Alexander, Petrus Marenus. , Victor, Publius.
Language(s): Latin
Published: Impressum Vene[tiae] : P[er] Ioan. de Tridino alias Tacuino, anno domini .M.D.IX. die .viii. Mai (May 8, 1509)
Subjects: Names, Geographical > Italy > Rome > Early works to 1800.
Chronology, Historical > Early works to 1800.
World history > Early works to 1800.
Rome (Italy) > Description and travel > Early works to 1800.
Literary forgeries and mystifications.
Note: Signatures: A-L⁴ M⁶.
Decorative initials, printed white on black.
Edited by Petrus Marenus Alexander, who signed the introductory epistles to both works.
De regionibus urbis Romae libellus aureus is a literary forgery of the 15th century, represented as the work of a newly discovered author, Publius Victor.
Includes brief life of Bede (A2v).
Imprint from colophon.
First published by Tacuino in 1505.
Physical Description: [100] p. ; 20 cm. (4to)
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