Cyril, Apostle of the Slavs, Speculum sapientie. 1502?. 8°. Paris: Pierre Le Dru, for Durand Gerlier.

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Cyril, Saint, Apostle of the Slavs, approximately 827-869.
Speculum sapientie Beati Cirilli ... alias quadripartitus apologieticus [sic] vocatus.
[Paris]: [pr. by P. Le Dru, for D. Gerlier (device)], [c. 1502].
8°: a–i⁸.
Printed in Paris for Durand Gerlier and Jean Petit with the typographical material of Pierre Le Dru.
BMC ascribes as a late production by E. Jehannot.
State of Gerlier’s device datable to c. 1502.
Some copies recorded with the device of Jean Petit (GW).
In a contemporary binding with an ownership inscription indicating purchase in Paris by Beatus Rhenanus who was in Paris between 1503 and 1507 (Contemporaries of Erasmus, i, 104–5).
Signature pattern: ‘$’–‘$ii’ and ‘$’ only.
Catchword pattern: none.
Types: T27 (95mm); Rot69 (65mm).
Devices: Renouard 361 (D. Gerlier).
Lombards: 5.0; 9.0.
BMC viii, 201.
J. Veyrin-Forrer, GbJb 1960, p. 412.