|Item Description:||ISTC ij00629000|
a1: 'Textus Juuenalis sine commento'.
a2: 'Junii Juuenalis Aquinatis Satrya prima'.
Colophon: 'Junii Juuenalis Aquinatis Satyrarum liber finit foeliciter. Impressus Parisiis op[er]a M. Georgii Uuolf Cadensis. Anno domini M.cccc.xciii. die penultima mensis Maii.'
Imprint information taken from colophon and ISTC.
Printer's device on title page.
Initials have not been decorated but some were filled in by an early reader.
Extensively annotated in Latin in 15th/ early 16th-century hand with corrections to text, manicules, underlining and passages marked with lines.
Pages have been trimmed.
Inscriptions in a 16th/ 17th century hand on verso of colophon: 'Expectes eadem a summo minimoq[ue] poeta; pen trials 'W' and 'V'; 'who'; and 'vita via ad mortem est ad quam'. Longer inscription starting 'vita via ad mortem est ad quam cum nascimur imus ...' on recto of next leaf and 'ffinch' and crossed out Latin inscription on verso.
|Physical Description:||19 cm|
|Binding Note:||Blind tooled brown calf over paste-board with two rolls by Garret Godfrey, one with a wyvern, a griffin and a lion, the other with heraldic emblems, both signed GG. Traces of two pairs of clasps, hinging on the upper cover. Sewn on three cords which have been laced in. The spine shows marks of rope or cords used to tie up the binding as it was drying after the leather had been pasted onto the boards. The endbands have been sewn with a brownish thread over alum-tawed cores, now broken at the joint, and have been tied down into the gatherings. The edges are sprinkled in red and the endleaves consist of white paper paste-downs conjugate with a stub and a free leaf, also conjugate with a sub.|
|Place of Publication:||France -- Paris.|