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Notabilia Edition
Aldine counterfeit edition Juv060 : Lyon?, Baldazare de Gabiano?, 1501-1502?
Aldine counterfeit edition Juv065 : Lyon?, Baldazare de Gabiano?, 1504?
Aldine counterfeit edition Juv068 : Lyon?, Baldazare de Gabiano?, 1506?
Aldine counterfeit edition Juv084 : Lyon?, Baldazare de Gabiano?, for Barthélemy Trot?, c. 1512?
Aldine edition
First octavo edition
First edition in italics
Juv056 : Venice, Aldus Manutius, 1501
Earliest dated edition of Juvenal of the sixteenth century Juv055 : Lyon, Jean de Vingle, for Etienne Gueynard, 1501
Editio princeps
Printed on a one-pull press
Juv001 : Rome?, Ulric Han?, 1468-1469?
Expurgated edition Juv~Sel06 : Zwolle, Simon Corver?, 1519
Expurgated edition Juv~Sel11 : Paris, Gérard Morrhy, 1530
Expurgated edition Juv186 : Lyon, Jean Pillehote, 1594
First Giunta edition
First edition with sententiae marked
Juv086 : Florence, Filippo Giunta, October 1513
First Lyonese edition of Juvenal
First edition of Juvenal with caption title
Juv036 : Lyon?, Guillaume Le Roy?, 1488?
First Parisian edition of Juvenal
Printed on a one-pull press
Juv005 : Paris?, Crantz, Friburger and Gering?, August–September 1472?
First dated edition of Juvenal
Printed on a one-pull press
Juv002 : Venice?, unknown printer, 1470
First edition combining Juvenal and Persius
Printed on a one-pull press
Juv004 : Venice?, Wendelin of Speier?, 1471?
First edition incorporating Turnèbe’s ''Adversaria'' Juv174 : Lyon, Antoine Gryphius, 1567
First edition of Juvenal in 12° format Juv140 : Paris, Simon de Colines, 1542
First edition of Juvenal in 16° format Juv142A : Antwerp, Gillis Coppens van Diest (Aegidius Diestemius), 1545
First edition of Juvenal in gothic type
First edition of Juvenal printed in the Low Countries
Juv016 : Leuven, Johannes de Westfalia, 20 September 1475
First edition of Juvenal printed in Antwerp Juv116 : Antwerp, Merten de Keyser (Caesar), for Govaert van de Haeghen (Dumaeus), May 1529
First edition of Juvenal printed in Heidelberg
First edition of Juvenal printed in Geneva
Juv183 : Heidelberg, (Jérôme Commelin) and (Geneva), ''In Officina Sanctandreana'', 1590
First edition of Juvenal printed in Lyon
The first Lyonese book to be printed in roman type
Juv038 : Lyon, Jean Dupré, 2 December 1490
First edition of Juvenal printed in Milan
Printed on a one-pull press
Juv013 : Milan, Antonius Zarothus, for Marco Roma?, 1474
First edition of Juvenal with a bookseller’s device on the title page Juv043 : Paris, George Wolf, for the brothers E., J. and G. de Marnef, 30 May 1493
First edition of Juvenal with a commentary
First edition of the commentary by Domitius Calderinus
Printed on a one-pull press
Juv015 : Venice, Jacques Le Rouge, for Nicolas Jenson?, 24 April 1475
First edition of Juvenal with a printer’s device Juv031 : Venice, Baptista de Tortis, 30 March 1485
First edition of Juvenal with a woodcut illustration
First edition of Juvenal with a printed privilege
Juv045 : Venice, Joannes Tacuinus, 28 January 1494 (= 1495)
First edition of Juvenal with an errata list Juv~Comm04 : Venice, Gabriele di Pietro, March/May? 1478
First edition of Juvenal with an imprint on the title page Juv053 : Paris, George Wolf and Thielman Kerver, for Jean Petit?, 11 February 1498 =1499?
First edition of Juvenal with catchwords
Printed on a one-pull press
Juv012 : Ferrara?, Andreas Belfortis?, 1474
First edition of Juvenal with four commentaries Juv051 : Venice, Joannes Tacuinus, 24 July 1498
First edition of Juvenal with printed signatures
Printed on a one-pull press
Juv006 : Venice?, Printer of Duns, Quæstiones?, 1473?
First edition of Juvenal with two commentaries
First edition with the commentary of G. Valla
Juv039 : Venice, Theodorus de Ragazonibus de Asula, 16 June 1491
First edition of Juvenal with woodcut initials Juv040 : Venice, Bonetus Locatellus, for Octavianus Scotus?, 8 March 1492
First edition printed in England Juv175 : London, J. Kingston?, for William Norton, 1574
First edition printed in Leiden Juv180 : Leiden, Officina Plantiniana, for Christophe Plantin in Antwerp, 1585, and for Franciscus Raphelengius in Leiden, 1586
First edition to combine the commentaries of Britannicus and Badius Juv104 : Venice, Joannes Tacuinus, 22 October 1522
First edition to give sigla references for manuscript sources Juv173 : Antwerp, Christophe Plantin, 1566
First edition using Pierre Pithou’s manuscript P
The second edition of Juvenal with the Estienne imprint
Juv182 : Paris, Mamert Patisson, ''in officina Roberti Stephani'', 1585
First edition with Badius's marginal notes Juv066 : Paris, J. Badius, 1506
First edition with Badius’s ''Familiare commentum'' Juv052 : Lyon, N. Wolf, for E. Gueynard, 1498
First edition with Britannicus’s commentary Juv059 : Brescia, Angelus and Jacobus Britannicus, 1501
First edition with Estienne’s notes on Horace Juv181 : London, Ninian Newton and Arnold Hatfield, for William Norton and John Harrison, 1585
First edition with Mancinellus’s commentary
First edition of Juvenal with three commentaries
First edition of Juvenal with an index
First edition of Juvenal with foliation
First edition with verse Argumenta on the title page
Juv042 : Venice, Joannes Tacuinus, and Lazaro de Soardis?, 2 December 1492
First edition with Poelman’s ''Annotationes''
First edition printed by Plantin
First edition with line-numbers
Juv171 : Antwerp, Christophe Plantin, 1565
First edition with Valla’s commentary
First edition of Juvenal with running titles
Juv033 : Venice, Antonius de Strata, 8 November 1486
First edition with pagination Juv122 : Basel, Valentin Curio, 15 March 1531 (=1532)
First edition with printer’s name
First edition with Greek type
First edition with a register
First edition with blank first leaf
Printed on a one-pull press
Juv003 : Rome, Ulric Han, 1471
First edition with the Scholia of C. S. Curione Juv152 : Basel, Hieronymus Froben and Nicolas Episcopius, 1551
First edition with the commentary of G. Merula Juv047 : Venice, Simon Bevilacqua, 1496–97?
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