Aristotle, logical works, translated by Boethius (d.524), with commentary by Angelo Poliziano (1454-94)
Boethius, and Poliziano, Angelo (1547) Aristotle, logical works, translated by Boethius (d.524), with commentary by Angelo Poliziano (1454-94). [Image]
Aristotle, logical works, translated by Boethius (d. 524), with commentary by Angelo Politiano (1454-94).
Pr. Sebastian Gryphius (Greyff), Lyon, 1547. The gryphon in his device is a pun on his name.
On the title page is written the name of an early owner ‘Ex libris Joannis Calichiogul[...]’ – the rest cropped by the binder. Marginal annotation, by this man, has also been cropped, and damaged by the reaction of metallic ink on the page.
Acquired in Paris, 10 Aug. 1892, by R. L. Dunbabin, first Professor of Classics at the University of Tasmania; given by him to the University Library in 1940.
Cent Rare PA 3893 .07 1547.
|Keywords:||Sebastian Gryphius, Sebastian Greyff, printer, Lyon, R.L. Dunbabin, University, Tasmania |
|Deposited By:||eprints utas|
|Deposited On:||29 Apr 2009 15:35|
|Last Modified:||16 Nov 2011 09:51|
|ePrint Statistics:||View statistics for this ePrint|
Repository Staff Only: item control page