Sulpitius Verulanus, Joannes, Grammatica. 1503. 4°. Paris: Josse Badius, for himself and Jean Petit.

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27 November 1503
Sulpitius Verulanus, Joannes, active 15th century.
Grammatice Sulpitiana cum textu Ascensiano recognito & aucto.
[Paris]: Venundantur Parisiis ab Ioanne paruo Et in ędibus Ascensianis. [Colophon:] Impressum rursus opera ascensiana In clarissimo parrhisiorum gymnasio, Anno Millesimo quingentesimo tertio Ad Quintum calendas decembris [1503].
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Printed in Paris by Josse Badius for himself and Jean Petit.
Badius’s letter to David Lauxius (Laux), schoolmaster at Arras, is dated ‘Ad Nonas decembres MDIII’ (5 December 1503).
First edition in which Badius uses initials or uncials.
Signature pattern: ‘$’–‘$iiij’.
Catchword pattern: none.
Types: Rot69 (63mm); Rot55 (76mm).
Initials: spaces with guide letters; 18.
Devices: Renouard 881 (J. Petit).
Lombards: 11.0.
Inventaire chronologique 1503, no. 127.
Renouard, Badius, i, 105–8, 126–34, iii, 264–5.
Imprimeurs parisiens, ii, no. 20.