Juv108 : Venice, Melchior Sessa and Petrus de Ravannis, 7 February 1523 (= 1524?)

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Juvenal and Persius, with a Poeta ad lectorem, and Crinitus's Vitae

Venice (Italy): Melchior Sessa and Petrus de Ravannis, 1523-02-07 (= 1524?)
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Title page, A5r, colophon and device — from the Houghton Library copy

Full description: Juv108.pdf

Collation: : A–K8; 80 leaves,ff. [1] 2–80.

Paper: Narrow median (estimated sheet size: 42 x 33 cm; largest recorded page size: 14.5 x 9.5cm).
10 edition sheets.

Catchwords and signatures: quire catchwords; signed $–$iiii.

Selected references: Graesse, iii, 519; Morgan 115; EDIT16 49678; USTC 836772

Copies seen: Oxford: Queen’s College; Cambridge (MA): Harvard UL

Other copies recorded: Arezzo: BCiv; Brescia: BQuerini; Fabriano: BCom; Florence: BMarucelliana; Milan: BN Braidense; Milan: BCapitolo; Padua: BCiv; Padua: BUniversitaria (2 copies); Padua: BSeminario Vescovile; Piacenza: BCom; Reggio Emilia: BCom; Rome: BCasanatense; Rome: BFranciscana; Savignano sul Rubicone: BAccad; Stanford (CA): Stanford UL; Trento: BProvinciale Padri Cappuccini; Trento: BCom; Trento: BSeminario Teologico; Trieste: BCiv; Venice: BMarciana; Williamstown (MA): Williams College

Total number of copies recorded: 24

Other editions printed in the same year: 1523 (1524 n.s.).

This edition reprinted from Juv101.

Other authors contained in this edition: Persius.

Authors of preliminary and other ancillary matter: Petrus Crinitus.

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