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Kansas City, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Spencer Art Reference Library,  KG 07
Description: One leaf - Incunable - Not bound - Purchased by Karen Gould (1946-2012) from Pageant Book and Print Shop, New York. Gift of Lewis Gould to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in 2012 in his wife's memory.
Notes:-Horatius Flaccus, Quintus, Opera, with Commentary by Christophorus Landinus, ISTC Number ih00447000. http://istc.bl.uk/search/record.html?istc=ih00447000
Acknowledgments: - We are grateful to Brother Thomas Sullivan, O.S.B., for providing the identification of the text, and to Patricia Deery Kurtz and Linda Ehrsam Voigts for the physical description.
Number of Parts: 1 - Number of Images Available: 2
Direct Link: http://ds.lib.berkeley.edu/KG07_46
Language: Latin Country: Italy Century: 15th

Part 1: One leaf
Description: - Paper - Watermarks: None - 260 x 191 mm - Text block for commentary 177 x 218 mm includes inserted text block for Horace, verse dimensions vary (number of lines of verse varies), running headlines. Foliation printed at bottom.
Country: ItalyCardinal point:
Region: City: Florence
Assigned Date: s. XVSearchable Date Range: 1450 - 1499
Dated by scribe: NoInscribed Date: 1482, August 5
Document: NoNumber of Scribes:
Other Decoration: Running headline ; faded red ink capitula supplied; marginal finding notes supplied.
Notes: The text is from the commentary on the Odes of Horace Book IV, Ode 4, II. 17-43 by Cristoforo Landino (1424-1498). Landino studied Greek under George of Trebizond, belonged to Marsilio Facino's Platonic Academy , and was a teacher of Lorenzo de' Medici and his brother Giuliano. Printed by Antonio di Bartolommeo (also Bartolomeo) Miscomini in Florence, August 1482.
Number of Texts: 1

Text 1: One leaf
Title: Horatius Flaccus, Quintus, Opera, with Commentary by Christopher Landinus (Incunable Leaf)
Language(s): Latin
Incipit: ILLE DIES. in quo victoria potitus est pulcher fuit fugatis tenebris ex latio in? devictis
Explicit: quadruplici comparatione rem confirmat artificiosissimus poeta. Ostendit enim quod non magis
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