Title: De Officiis Libri Tres; Bound With; Fragmenta ab Andrea Patricio 1590/1589. Sammelband of Two Cicero Imprints
Author: Marcus Tullius Cicero, Desiderius Erasmus; Philip Melanchthon, Andreas Patricius Nidecicus
Publisher: Francofurdi, Apud Andreae Wecheli heredes, Claudium Marnium & Ioann. Aubrium
Condition: Very Good
A late 16th century sammelband of two different imprints by Cicero, including De Officiis Libri Tres, which covers Friendship, Old Age, Paradoxes, and the dream of Scipio. With the annotations of D. Erasmus of Rotterdam, Philippi Malancthonis, and Bartholomew Latinus. Additionally bound is Fragmenta.
This volume has been bound in blind tooled pigskin over wooden boards, with intricate designs and roll stamped border icons. There are tooled images to the central panels.
This volume bears the stamp of the dissolved monastery library Franziskaner Kloster Dettelbach.
Two works bound into one pigskin volume in octavo, 203, 104 pages
This volume is in very good shape, with some rubbing and wear to the binding. There is a small tear to the title page, with several letters obscured. There is some toning to the pages.