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CICERONE, Marco Tullio (106 B.C.-43 B.C.) - Officiorum libri tres summa cura nuper emendati. Venice: Officina Venturini Rosinello, 1542.Finely printed edition of this philosophical treatise by Cicero divided into three books, where his conception of the rules of behavior and moral duties that every man must follow as a member of the state is exposed.Folio (300 x 215mm). Title with printer's device depicting a man holding a turtle and a bird, woodcut illustrations in text and engraved initials (occasional slight browning, upper margins of the final leaves with some dampstaining, slight soiling). 18th-19th-century vellum, gilt title on spine label, blue edges, preserved in an elegant modern paper box.ENCICERONE, Marco Tullio (106 B.C.-43 B.C.) - Officiorum libri tres summa cura nuper emendati. Venice: Officina Venturini Rosinello, 1542.Elegantly embossed edition of this philosophical treatise by Cicero divided into three books, where he exposes his conception of the rules of conduct and moral duties that every man must follow as a member of the state. Folio (300 x 215mm). Frontispiece with xylographic mark of a man holding a tortoise and a bird, xylographic illustrations in the text and engraved initials (occasional light browning, upper margins of the last pages with damp stains, slight traces of dust). Eighteenth-nineteenth century vellum, label with gilt title to spine, blue boards, preserved within elegant modern paper slipcase.

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