Pseudo-Eusebius Cremonensis, Transitus beati hieronymi. 1520?. 8°. Paris: Thielman Kerver, for Regnault Chaudière, Pierre Gaudoul and the Marnef brothers.

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1520
Pseudo-Eusebius, Cremonensis.
Transitus beati hieronymi quem presertim tres sancti: scilicet Eusebius, sanctus Augustinus & sanctus Cyrillus composuerunt.
[Paris]: Venundantur parisij vico sancti iacobi. Et sub pellicano eiusdem vici [address of the Marnef brothers] necnon in clauso brunello e regione diui hylarij sub signo sancti cyrici [address of P. Gaudoul ] sub signo siluestris hominis [address of R. Chaudière; pr. by T. Kerver?], [c. 1520?].
8°: a–f⁸ g¹⁰.
Printed in Paris, possibly with the typographical material of Thielman Kerver, for Regnault Chaudière, Pierre Gaudoul and the Marnef brothers.
The imprint has the addresses of the Marnef brothers, P. Gaudoul and R. Chaudière, with a date range of 1509–1525.
Has the Vita at the end (not found in 1498 edition) and a letter to the reader by the editor Josse Clichtove.
Gaps left for Greek words in the Vita.
Signature pattern: ‘$’–‘$.iiij.’.
Catchword pattern: none.
Types: Rot94 (51mm); T16 (116mm).
Initials: none.
Lombards: 6.0; 11.0.
[IS001063]1578/7618.