Juv~Trans01 : Treviso, Michael Manzolinus, 1480

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Juvenal, Italian translation by G. Summaripa

Treviso (Italy): Michael Manzolinus, 1480

First published translation of Juvenal

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a2r, a3r, colophon — from the Houghton Library copy, Harvard

Full description: Juv~Trans01.pdf

Collation: : a10 b–c6 d8 e–n6 o4; 88 leaves, unnumbered, first leaf blank.

Paper: Small chancery (estimated sheet size: 38 x 29.5 cm; largest recorded page size: 28.5 x 18.5 cm)..

Catchwords and signatures: no catchwords; no signatures.

Selected references: HC9720. Goff.J667. Goff, J-667. BMC vi, 889. CIBN J-371; GW M15829; ISTC ij00667000

Copies seen: London: British Library; Cambridge (MA): Harvard UL; Philadelphia (PA): Univ of Pennsylvania

Other copies recorded: Bologna: BU; Cardiff: UL; Florence: BNC; Florence: BMarucelliana; Manchester: JRyUL; Milan: BTrivulziana; New Haven: Yale UL; New York: Collection of the late Phyllis and John Gordan; Paris: BNF; Paris: Arsenal; Parma: BPalatina (2 copies); Pesaro: BOliveriana; Rome: BCasanatense; Rome: BCorsini; Treviso: BCom; Udine: Arcivio; Urbana (IL): Illinois UL; Vatican (2 copies); Venice: BMarciana; Venice: BCorrer; Verona: BCiv; Verona: BSeminario; Vienna: NB; Washington (DC): Folger

Total number of copies recorded: 29

Other editions printed in the same year: 1480.

The translator of this edition: G. Summaripa.

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