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Author / Creator:Firmicus Maternus, Julius.
Uniform title:Mathesis. Latin. 1497.
Imprint:Impressum Venetiis : [Per] Symonem papiensem dictum Biuilaqua, 1497. die 13. Iunii. [13 June 1497]
Description:1 online resource ( CXV leaves) : ill.
Language:Latin
Series:Early European books.
Subject:Astrology -- Early works to 1800.
Medicine, Ancient -- Early works to 1800.
Incunabula -- Italy -- Venice -- Early works to 1800.
Printers' devices (Printing) -- Italy -- Venice -- 15th century.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/10101313
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Varying Form of Title:Title cited by ISTC as: De nativitatibus libri VIII
Other authors / contributors:Cornianus, Johannes Pompeius.
Amerinus, Nicolaus.
Cyllenius, Johannes Testa.
Gigas, Christophorus Pierius.
Laurus, Antonius, active 1494 editor.
Bevilaqua, Simon, active 1485-1518 printer.
Notes:Title from incipit on a2r.
Imprint from colophon.
Edited by Antonius Laurus. Cf. ISTC.
With additions by Johannes Pompeius Cornianus, Nicolaus Amerinus, Johannes Testa Cyllenius and Christophorus Pierius Gigas. Cf. ISTC.
"Cum Gratia Et privilegio." --a2r.
Printed in two columns; 43 lines. With initials, initial spaces with guide letters, foliation; without catchwords. Register at end.
Text, incipit and privilege within ornamental border on a2r. Bevilaqua's printer device below imprint at colophon on s7v.
Signatures: a-b⁸ c-g⁶ h⁸ i-o⁶ p⁴ q-r⁶ s⁸ (s8 blank).
Reproduction of original in: Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze -- Incunabula.
ISTC if00190000
Goff F-190
BSB-Ink, F-128
BM 15th cent., V, p. 522
IGI, 3975
GW, 9980
IGI 3975
IBP 2189
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : ProQuest, 2010 Mode of access: World Wide Web. Available to subscribing institutions.