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CICERON, Marcus Tullius (106 B.C.-43 B.C.) - Orationes, cum doctorum omnium. Paris: Jean de Roigny, 1536.A classic of Latin oratory art, Cicero's Orationes are gathered here in a single volume and commented on by Quintus Asconius Pedianus, Francois Dubois, Bartholomeus Latomus, Philipp Melanchton, Jakob Omphalius and Joannes Tislinus.Folio (326 x 217mm). Title within architectural border with printer's device, numerous numbering and signature errors, blank spaces for initials with guide letters, with final blank (wormtrack to lower margin from 2R6 to 2&2 without text loss, some occasional staining). Modern vellum, modern manuscript title on spine and earlier title on lower edge, ties (light spotting); preserved in a modern marbled paper box. Provenance: numerous annotations at the end of the volume and occasional notes in text - early ownership note on title.ENCICERONE, Marco Tullio (106 A.C.-43 A.C.) - Orationes, cum doctorum omnium. Paris: Jean de Roigny, 1536.A classic of the Latin art of oratory, Cicero's Orations are gathered here in a single volume and commented on by Quintus Asconius Pedianus, Francois Dubois, Bartholomeus Latomus, Philipp Melanchton, Jakob Omphalius and Joannes Tislinus.Folio (326 x 217mm). Title-page within architectural frame with letter-mark, numerous errors in numbering and marking of papers, blank spaces for capilettera with guide letters, with last blank (2R6 to 2&2 woodworm mark to lower inner margin not causing loss of text, some sporadic staining). Modern antiqued vellum, manuscript title to spine recently and anciently to lower cut, laces (slight stains); preserved within modern marbled paper slipcase. Provenance: thick annotations to endpapers and occasional notes in the text - old possession note to title page.

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