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PERION, Joachim

Lot 1181: DIALOGORUM DE LINGUAE GALLICAE ORIGINE, EIUSQUE CUM GRAECA COGNATIONE LIBRI QUATUOR [...].

Est: €300 EUR - €400 EURSold:
Arenberg AuctionsMarch 27, 2021Brussels, Belgium

Item Overview

Description

8vo: [36]-149 ff. (some light marginal dampstaining in bl. margins, rare contemp. ms. annot.). - Rare first edition of this treatise by the Benedictine Périon (1498/99-1559) in which, after Budé, he defended the thesis of the Greek origin of the French language. He's a humanist known for being one of the translators of the Aristotelian corpus using the method imported from Italy and invented by Leonardo Bruni, inspired by Ciceronian Latin. - Ref. USTC 78175 = Pettegree (FB) 42853. - BnF. - Opac Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. - Not in Adams, STC French (BL), UNICAT. - Prov. Pierre de Laporte, Chambéry (ms. ownership entry, 16th c.). - Guilielmus Furnius, jurist (ms. ownership entry, 16th c.). - Unidentified stamp "Bibliotheca Ch. ?".

Artist or Maker

PERION, Joachim

Date

17 October 1554

Condition Report

Contemp. calf, blind-st. central element on covers surrounded by blind-ruled fillets and gilt fleurons, gilt. ornam. spine with raised bands (spine repaired, some sm. def.).

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Auction Details

D3 - Books and Prints

by
Arenberg Auctions
March 27, 2021, 01:00 PM CET

Wolstraat 19/2, Brussels, Brussels-Capital Region, 1000, BE

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