1495 Aristotle Organon + Giles of Rome Incunable Gloss Philosophy LOGIC Woodcuts

GILES of Rome

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Giles of Rome was a 13th-century philosopher best known for his commentaries on Aristotelian logic. This commentary on Aristotle’s ‘Organon’ is still considered a valuable resource, even in the 21st-century, to philosophers and logicians. As a student of Thomas Aquinas, Giles’ works and commentary were widely referenced throughout the 16th– and 17th-century.

This extremely rare complete 1495 printing of Giles of Rome’s “Expositio super Aristotlelis” is only found in seven North American institutions. This example is entirely complete and includes woodcut diagrams and figures.

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1495 Aristotle Organon + Giles of Rome Incunable Gloss Philosophy LOGIC Woodcuts

 

Giles of Rome was a 13th-century philosopher best known for his commentaries on Aristotelian logic. This commentary on Aristotle’s ‘Organon’ is still considered a valuable resource, even in the 21st-century, to philosophers and logicians. As a student of Thomas Aquinas, Giles’ works and commentary were widely referenced throughout the 16th– and 17th-century.

 

This extremely rare complete 1495 printing of Giles of Rome’s “Expositio super Aristotlelis” is only found in seven North American institutions. This example is entirely complete and includes woodcut diagrams and figures.

 

Item number: #12923

Price: $9500

 

GILES of Rome

 

Expositio Egidij Romani super libros posterio[rum] Aristotelis cũ textu eiusde[m].

 

Uenetijs : Per Bonetum Locatellũ sumptibus domini Octauiani Scoti, q̈rto kalẽdas Januarias 1495

 

Details:

  • Collation: Complete with all pages
    • 134 leaves – all accounted for
    • Signatures: a-q8 r6
    • 66 lines per column
    • 17 woodcut figures throughout
  • References: BMC V 446; Walters, Incunabula Typographica, p.3; Proctor 5065; Hain-Copinger 138; ISTC ia00066000; Goff A66
  • Language: Latin
  • Binding: Vellum; tight & secure
  • Size: ~12.5in X 8.5in (32cm x 22cm)

 

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12923

Categories

Philosophy

Arts & Architecture

Authors

GILES of Rome

Printing Date

1450-1501 Incunable

Language

Latin

Binding

Vellum

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete