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Brunus Aretinus, Leonardus Isagogicon moralis disciplinae.
Analysis of content:
  1. a1r Aristoteles [pseudo-]; Brunus Aretinus, Leonardus: ‘Liber de moribus ad Eudemium'. [Translated by Leonardus Brunus Aretinus.] Dedicated to Galeotto [Ricasoli]. See B‑577. In this edition, the text is ascribed to Aristotle, while Leonardo Bruni is named as translator.
[Sant'Orso: Johannes de Reno, c.1475]. 4°. GW 2385 assigns to [Treviso: Hermannus Liechtenstein, c.1477].
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Source: Bodleian ISTC: ib01251000 GW 5617 = 2385; HC 1766; Goff B‑1251; BMC VII 1027; Pr 7147; BSB‑Ink B‑948; CIBN B‑888; Rhodes 456; Sheppard 5880. LCN: 13985838
  1. B-579(1) Copy Bound with:
    1. Pius II, Pont. Max., De duobus amantibus Euryalo et Lucretia. [Sant'Orso: Johannes de Reno, c.1475] (P‑303). Binding: Eighteenth-century gold-tooled mottled calf; floral and tendril tools on spine; marbled pastedowns. Size: 183 × 126 × 15 mm. Size of leaf: 175 × 116 mm. On the front pastedown, a portrait of Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini has been pasted in, accompanied by the elegiac distich: ‘Vt pius Æneas, ut et alter Sÿlvius esset, | Ductor et Oenotriæ pastor in urbe fuit'. Two cuttings from Hartmann Schedel, Liber chronicarum. Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 12 July 1493, leaf CCXLVr have been inserted on front endleaves: the woodcut lettered ‘Duo amantes' and the passage about Euryalus and Lucretia. A ten-page manuscript letter of J. B. Inglis is inserted (Sheppard). Manuscript foliation: 153-66, continued from item 1 (which is foliated 119-52). Initials are supplied in red or blue. Provenance: Francis Douce (1757-1834); armorial book-plate. Bequeathed in 1834. SHELFMARK: Douce 33(2).