Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller
Biblia cu(m) pleno apparatu summariorum co(n)cordantiarum et quadruplici repertorii sive indicii numeriqz foliorum distinctio(n)e Basilee nuper impressa [Biblia Latina]
Biblia cu(m) pleno apparatu summariorum co(n)cordantiarum et quadruplici repertorii sive indicii numeriqz foliorum distinctio(n)e Basilee nuper impressa [Biblia Latina]
Biblia cu(m) pleno apparatu summariorum co(n)cordantiarum et quadruplici repertorii sive indicii numeriqz foliorum distinctio(n)e Basilee nuper impressa [Biblia Latina]
Biblia cu(m) pleno apparatu summariorum co(n)cordantiarum et quadruplici repertorii sive indicii numeriqz foliorum distinctio(n)e Basilee nuper impressa [Biblia Latina]
Biblia cu(m) pleno apparatu summariorum co(n)cordantiarum et quadruplici repertorii sive indicii numeriqz foliorum distinctio(n)e Basilee nuper impressa [Biblia Latina]
Biblia cu(m) pleno apparatu summariorum co(n)cordantiarum et quadruplici repertorii sive indicii numeriqz foliorum distinctio(n)e Basilee nuper impressa [Biblia Latina]

Biblia cu(m) pleno apparatu summariorum co(n)cordantiarum et quadruplici repertorii sive indicii numeriqz foliorum distinctio(n)e Basilee nuper impressa [Biblia Latina]

Basilea: J. Petri, J. Froben, 1509. First edition. Hardcover. Folio. (13 6/8 x 9 1/2"). [14], CCCXLVII (347), [28] leaves. Contemporary blind-stamped vellum over wooden panel, with handwritten title at head of spine. Raised bands. Two brass clasps with leather strings. Printer's woodcut device on title. Striking illuminated initial at the beginning of the "Epistola sancti hieronymi ad Paulinum." Hand-painted initials in red throughout. In 1509 J. Petri and J. Froben, the Basel printers, printed this folio edition (dated 25 aug., Copinger 141) of the Bible "cum pleno apparatu", (Biblia Latina) which was the earliest to contain marginal references to the "ius canonicum". These "concordantiae ius canonicum" were compiled by Johannes Niuicelensis, an abbot, and were printed separately in 1482. This edition is also the first which bears the commendatory verses of Matthie (Matthias) Sambucelli on title page. Text printed in double column (62 lines per column) with references in both margins. Title centered at top of page. Chapter number in column. Paragraph form, without verse numbers. Includes: "Ad diuinaru[m] litterarum uerarumq[ue]; diuitiarum amatores exhortatio"; "Tabula prima et secunda"; "Tabula Tertia"; "Tabula alphabetica historiaru[m]"; "Epistola sancti hieronymi ad Paulinum", and with the following at end: "Interpretatio[n]es nominu[m] hebraicoru[m]" (cf. Darlow & Moule, note after 6092). Imprint information from colophon at end of Apocalypsis: "Jmpressa basilee per p[re]stantissimo viros magistros Joha[n]ne[m] petri de langendorff et Johanne[m] froben de hammelburg: Anno d[omi]ni quingentesimo nono supra millesimu[m]. 8. Calendas septembris" [25 August 1509]. Contemporary marginalia, including a few pointing hands throughout the text. Binding darkened and rubbed along edges. Moderate foxing, with minor and sporadic creasing and chipping along edges of front free endpaper and fly leaves. Previous owner's inscription in ink on title page, and dated 1696. Light water-staining to upper margin of very first leaves (not affecting text). Minor and sporadic foxing throughout. Contemporary previous owner's inscription in Latin to fly leaves at rear. Text in Latin. Binding in overall fair, interior in good to very good condition. fair to vg. Item #39527

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