Horace, Works. 1511. 2°. Paris: Josse Badius, for himself, Jean Petit and Denis Roce.

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1 October 1511
Q. Horatii Flacci opera cum commentariis Ode quidem: Carmen Epodon & Saeculare: cum ... Antonii Mancinelli: Et cum familiari Iodoci Badii Ascensii explanatione.
[Paris]: Venundantur Parrhisijs ab Ioanne Paruo Dionysio Roce Et ipso Ascensio. [Colophon 1:] accuratione Ascensiana rursus coimpressa ad Nonas Septemb. MDXI. [Colophon 2:] rursus in ędibus Ascensianis vbi venundantur in aedibus Ioanis Parui ac Dionysii Roce: finita ad kalen. Octob. M.D.XI. [Colophon 3:] Impressa est rursum accuratione Ipsius Ascensii in nobilissimo parrhisiorum gymnasio, ad Quintum Idus Octob. Anni huius .M.D.XI. [1511].
2°: π⁴ a–o⁸ p–r⁶ A–G⁶; H–L⁶/⁸.
Printed in Paris by Josse Badius for himself, Jean Petit and Denis Roce.
Some copies are recorded with the device of J. Petit (Renouard 887) or that of Denis Roce (Renouard 1005).
Signature pattern: ‘$’–‘$v’.
Catchword pattern: none.
Types: Rot3 (180mm); R20 (68mm); R16B (76mm); R10 (92mm); Gk10 (68mm).
Initials: 13; 27; 45; 61.
Devices: Renouard 22 (J. Badius).
Adams H859.
Inventaire chronologique 1511, no. 128.
Renouard, Badius, ii, 508–9.
Imprimeurs parisiens, ii, no. 164.
655.b.4 (lacks gathering π⁴)