Ephraem, Syrus, Sermones. 1504 (1505 n.s.) 4°. Paris: Guy Marchant, for Jean Petit.

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14 February 1504 [1505 n.s.]
Ephraem, Syrus, Saint, 303-373.
Sermones Ingeniosissimi ac s[an]ctissimi patris Ephrem Edissene ecclesie dyaconi. Per Ambrosium Camaldulensem de greco ... conuersi.
[Paris]: [Colophon:] Impressit Guido Mercator Pro Ioanne Paruo, Anno Millesimo Quingentesimo quinto. Februarii die decima quarta [1504 (1505 n.s.)].
4°: a–q⁸/⁴ r⁸.
Printed in Paris by Guy Marchant for Jean Petit.
Although the colophon gives Guy Marchant’s name, Isaac listed this edition under Jean Marchant, presumably as the latter’s name had already started appearing in books dated late 1504. In fact, Guy Marchant’s name continued to be found until 1505/1506.
Signature pattern: ‘$i’–‘$iii’/‘$iiii’.
Catchword pattern: none.
Types: R16 (78mm); R8 (93mm).
Initials: none: spaces with guide letters.
Devices: Renouard 881 (J. Petit).
Lombards: 7.0.
Adams E218.
Inventaire chronologique 1505, no. 61.