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Epigrammata antiqvae vrbis
Bib ID 1092629
Format BookBook
Author
Mazocchi, Jacopo, 16th century
 
Description [Romae : in aedib. Iacobi Mazochii Romanae Acad. Bibliopolae, MDXXI men, April 1521] 
fol. [10] p. 1., CLXXX, [8] l. : illus., woodcuts ; 30 cm. 
Notes

"... coolegit Jac. Mazochius" - Brunet v. 2, p. 1015; "Plusieurs croient cependant qu'elle est en tout on en partie l'oeuvre [a'] Ange Colocci" - Fumagalli. Lexicon typographicum Italiae, p. 340.

Signatures: P10 A4 B-Z6, ET6, B86, R16, AA-CC6, DD4, EE6 (-EE 1.6) aa8 50. N41 unsigned; N42, 3, 4, 5 signed 1, 2, 3, 4.

Title page torn in the middle.

Subjects Inscriptions, Latin - Rome.
Other authors/contributors Colocci, Angleo, 1467-1549

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