Gli Annali Di Cornelio Tacito Cavalier romano De’fatti, e gverre de Romani, cosi ciuili come estern. Nuovamente tradotti di latino in lingua toscana da Giorgio Dati fiorentino


Binding in brown morocco 21 x 16 x 5 cm (8 x 6 x 2 in.) Venice - 1563

First edition of Tacite’s Annales translated in Italian by Dati,

preserved in a 'à la fanfare' Parisian binding made around 1573. From Henri Béraldi’s library (1934, I, no. 36).

A handwritten note says that this copy was bought by count de Lauraguais Beraldi, 1934, I, no. 36 "A binding from Charles IX’s time, made by one of « the Ève with rich panels entirely on covers and the back, in silver darken over time; at the center of covers a monogram with interlaced letters S. L. D.".


Librairie Amélie Sourget

"Books, Maps and Manuscripts"

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