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|Other Titles:||Preclarissimus liber elementorum Euclidis perspicacissimi : in artem Geometrie incipit quā foelicissime.|
Geometry -- Early works to 1800.
|Abstract:||Image of leaf a only. Translated from the Arabic by Adelard of Bath, ed. with notes by Campanus. Title from: Incipit leaf a. References: BMC (xv cent.) V, p. 286 (IB. 20513); Hain *6693. Signatures: a¹⁰, b-r⁸ [last blank]. 45 lines; Gothic type. Folio a, text: first two lines printed in red, woodcut border on three sides with roundel in lower border. Woodcut initials and marginal diagrams throughout. Dedicated to Doge Giovanni Mocenigo.|
|Description:||Image of leaf a only.  leaves : ill, ; 29 cm. (fol.). Re-bound in 18th century red morocco with gilt spine and edges, border decorations, marbled end papers, some marginal diagrams cropped. Spine title: Euclid./Opera/Editio/Princ./Venet./1482. Colophon: Opus elementorū euclidis megarensis in geometriā artē In id quoq̄z Campani p̄spicacissimi Comentationes finiūt. Erhardus ratdolt Augustensis impressor solertissimus. Venetiis impressit. Anno salutis, M.cccc.lxxxii. Octauis Calēn. Iūn. Folios [4, 5] slightly repaired at top, folio  has brown stains and is from another copy. Folio [1b] borders ruled in red, folio [2a] initial P rubricated, coat of arms hand-coloured in red and yellow. Ms. notes on fly leaf, some ms. notes with diagrams on early folios.|
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