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Isidori Etymologiarum opus idem De summo bono
De summo bono
E. DeGolyer Collection in the History of Science and Technology
between 1501 and 1510?]
75, , 21,  (blank) leaves : ill. ; 32 cm. (fol.)
Goff gives imprint as: Venice, Bonetus Locatellus, for Octavianus Scotus, after 1500. BM 15th cent. does not include this work, but states that Scotus died on Christmas Eve 1498 after which time Locatellus worked for Scotus' heirs and other patrons and his press was active throughout the first decade of the 16th cent. Cf. BM 15th cent., V, p. 435.
Signatures: 2a⁸ 2b-2m⁶ 2n⁴ a-c⁶ d⁴.
Numbers 7-8 repeated in foliation of first numbered section.
Text in double columns; woodcut initials; woodcut illustration (tree of consanguinity) on verso of leaf 35.
"In Christi nomi[n]e i[n]cipit liber p[re]mus Sancti Isidori Hispalensis episcopi De summo bono": head of recto of leaf 1 of 21 leaf section.
"Aetymologiaru[m] tabula": verso of leaf 75 and recto and verso of following unnumbered leaf.
Klebs. Incunabula, 536.8 [after 1500]
Stillwell. 2d census, I 160 [after 1500]
Inscription on t.p. (later crossed out): Liber Ambrosij Schwaiger Mannusii. A later inscription on t.p.: Sum ex Libris Pompei Pompeati Doctoris Medici ac Philsophi. q̀. Anno 1659.
DeGolyer Collection bookplate.
Encyclopedias and dictionaries--Early works to 1600