Geographiam multos scripsisse novimus Pater Beatissime Paule II. Venete Pon. maxime: temporu[m] nostrorum felicitas & gloria: cum eiusmodi sit doctrinae opus quod omnibus gratum ...

Title: 
Geographiam multos scripsisse novimus Pater Beatissime Paule II. Venete Pon. maxime: temporu[m] nostrorum felicitas & gloria: cum eiusmodi sit doctrinae opus quod omnibus gratum ...
Author/Artist: 
Strabo.
Publisher: 
[Venice : Vindelinus de Spira], 1472.
Description: 
[217] leaves ; 41 cm.
Other Authors: 
Bussi, Giovanni Andrea, 1417-1475. ed.
Guarino, Veronese, 1374-1460, tr.
Thiphernio, Gregorio, tr.
Wendelin, of Speier, d. 1477? printer
Format of Material: 
Books
Microform
Bib ID: 
97139
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Jumbo
Call Number: 
G87.S9 1472 J
Location: 
Microforms
Call Number: 
R-55
Holdings Note: 
One copy is positive, one copy is negative.
Location: 
Digital Book
Call Number: 
No call number available
Variant Title: 
Binder's spine title: De situ orbis
Notes: 
Title from opening lines of text.
Imprint from Goff.
Leaf [217]: Strabonis Geographi Europae a Guarino veronensi translatae: primi commentarii capita ... Strabonis Geographi commentarius decimus; Geographiae Strabonis a Gregorio Thiphernio translatae: libri undecimi capita ... Geographiae Strabonis liber xvii.
Translated by Guarinus Veronensis (Books 1-10) and Georgius Tiphernas (Books 11-17). Editor has been attributed by several sources to be Joannes Andreae, bishop of Aleria.
"Iacobu Antonium Marcellum Venetum"--Leaf [3], end of 1st paragraph.
"R. zouenzonius poeta: Reverendissimo .d. Iacobo zeno Episcopo patavino"--Colophon.
Line 1 of colophon has "... Domini ...", line 2 has at end ".d.", line 9 has "nunc antenorei uident penates:". NUC entry NS 0982707 mentions copies with "... domini ...", "d.", and "... uiden ...".
Goff, S-794.
Stillwell, S705.
JCB Lib. cat., pre-1675, 1:7.
Brit. Mus. cat. (XV cent.), v. 5, p. 161 (IC 19548).
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in September 2009.
Glass: Book 4, chapt. 5, line 3 (imports/exports of glass vessels from Keltica); Book 16, chapt. 2, line 25 (Egyptian sand used in glassmaking); Book 17, chapt. 1, line 8 (hyalus [i.e. glass] coffin of Alexander the Great), chapt. 2, line 3 (Ethiopian use of hyalus coffins).