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1.   Euclides: Elementa geometriae. Tr: Adelardus Bathoniensis. Ed: Johannes Campanus. With dedicatory letter by Erhard Ratdolt to Giovanni Mocenigo
Venedig: Erhard Ratdolt, 25. Mai 1482. 2o.
GW 9428. Goff E-113. HC 6693*. VGT 1704. Klebs 383.1. Redgr 26. Essling 282. Sander 2605. Pell 4630 u. 4630A (var). Hillard 776. Arnoult 580. Jammes E-1. Lefèvre 176. Parguez 410. Delisle 709. Polain (B) 1425. IDL 1731. IGI 3722. IBP 2090. IJL 135. Sajó-Soltész 1272. IBE 2334. Mendes 510. Coll (U) 533. Coll (S) 397. Madsen 1511. Voull (B) 3781 u. 3781,1 (var). Hubay (Augsburg) 769. Ohly-Sack 1106. Sack (Freiburg) 1374. Borm 977. Mittler-Kind 152, 153. Walsh 1805, 1806, 1807. Oates 1748, 1749. Rhodes (Oxford Colleges) 740. Sheppard 3664, 3665. Pr 4383. BMC V 285. BSB-Ink E-106 - At least seven copies have the dedication printed in gold in a variant typesetting (BL, C.2.c.1; Paris BN (2, 1 on vellum, 1 on paper); Munich BSB (2); Budapest Univ; Augsburg SStB). Copies are known with leaves 2-9 in variant typesetting (see GW Anm. 2). For stop-press variants see C. Bühler in Gb Jb 1966, pp.102-104. Euclides is the author of the first 13 books, Hypsicles of the 14th while the 15th belongs to the school of Isidorus Milesius (Hillard)
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