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HISTORIARUM SUI TEMPORIS Tomus Primus. Accessit rerum Turcicarum Commentarius eiusdem ex Italico Latinus factus. by  Bishop of Noceira (1483-1552)  Paolo - Hardcover - 1560 - from Abbey Antiquarian Books (SKU: V48000)

HISTORIARUM SUI TEMPORIS Tomus Primus. Accessit rerum Turcicarum Commentarius eiusdem ex Italico Latinus factus.

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HISTORIARUM SUI TEMPORIS Tomus Primus. Accessit rerum Turcicarum Commentarius eiusdem ex Italico Latinus factus.

by Giovio, Paolo, Bishop of Noceira (1483-1552)

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Basel: P. Perna for H. Petri (acc. To Adams but not named here)., 1560. Hardcover. Very Good. Some historiated woodcut initials. . Volume I (of II) Octavo (165x110mm) contemporary blind-stamped vellum. 8 leaves (TP, intro letter by Andrea Alciati, Preface) +821pp (1st 18 Books of the History), Latin text. Faint water-stains in margins of 1st 40pp with some spotting, else clean and crisp throughout. Referenced by Adams G 655 (1st vof 2 Petri editions), VD 16 G 2072. *Rare early edition (ten years after first) of celebrated chronicle by this Florentine physician, with eyewitness accounts of battles in Italian/Turkish wars, and events in France, England and elsewhere. A notable primary source for the history of that period.

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Abbey Antiquarian Books GB (GB)
Bookseller's Inventory #
V48000
Title
HISTORIARUM SUI TEMPORIS Tomus Primus. Accessit rerum Turcicarum Commentarius eiusdem ex Italico Latinus factus.
Author
Giovio, Paolo, Bishop of Noceira (1483-1552)
Illustrator
Some historiated woodcut initials.
Format/Binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity-available
1
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
P. Perna for H. Petri (acc. To Adams but not named here).
Place of Publication
Basel
Date Published
1560
Keywords
Latin history Italian wars France England Turkey
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octavo
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leaves
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vellum
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