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Hoc in volumine haec opera continentur Cleonidae harmonicum introductorium interprete Georgio Valla Placentino. L. Vitruvii Pollionis de Architectura libri decem. Sexti Iulii Frontini de Aquaeductibus liber unus. Angeli policiani opusculum: quod Panepi...

Author:
Cleonides (2nd century A.D.)
Editor:
Giorgio Valla (Italian, 1430–1500)
Author:
Marcus Pollio Vitruvius (Roman, active late 1st century B.C.)
Author:
Sextus Julius Frontinus (ca. 30–104)
Author:
Angelo Poliziano (Italian, Montepulciano 1454–1494 Florence)
Author:
Julius Firmicus Maternus (Roman, 4th century A.D. )
Printer:
Simon Bevilaqua (active 1485–1518)
Designer:
Woodcut frame on t.p. to De Navigatibus by Pico Master (Italian)
Published in:
Venice
Date:
1497
Medium:
Printed book with woodblock illustrations
Dimensions:
12 15/16 x 8 11/16 x 1 11/16 in. (32.8 x 22 x 4.3 cm)
Classifications:
Books, Ornament & Architecture
Credit Line:
Bequest of W. Gedney Beatty, 1941
Accession Number:
41.100.490
Not on view
De architectura. Latin

Harmonicum introductorium. Latin

De Aquis urbis Romae

De aquaeductibus

Panepistemon

Lamia

De Navitatibus

William Gedney Beatty (American, 1869–1941); Charles John Shoppee (Britsh, active late 19th century)
British Museum V.522.IB.23973; British Museum XII.37.IB.23974; Cicognara 127.695; Copinger 4804(3); Ebhardt 62; Fowler 309, #392; Goff 742; Graesse VI.376; Hain I.170.5451; Mortimer 481, #155; Proctor I.5404; Reichling 290(3); Sander 201; Walsh 2529
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