Title: M.T. Ciceronis Orationes quot quidem extant: in duos divisae tomos, artificioque rhetorico exacta diligentia illustratae, declaratis passim obscuris vocabulis, nunque primum a Ciceronianae eloquentiae studioso, divulgatae, 1546
Author: Marcus Tullius Cicero
Condition: Very Good
An extremely scarce mid 16th century of the Orations of Cicero, divided into two volumes, published by a student of Ciceronian eloquence.
This is the first volume of two, the second volume being published in 1547.
This volume has been bound in blind stamped pigskin over wooden boards. There is a tooled image of a saint to the front cover, and tooled decorations to the rear cover. There are roll stamped border icons.
USTC records six existing copies of this edition in libraries.
One pigskin bound volume in octavo, (16)+863 pages
This volume is in very good shape, with some rubbing and wear to the binding, heaviest to the spine and hinges, which are soft. There is a tear to the hear of the spine. There is light, scattered staining throughout.