1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.
1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.

1592 Scarce Latin Vellum Book - Works of French Humanist Marc Antoine Muret.

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Author: Marcus Antonius Muretus (Marc-Antoine Muret). Carlo Sigonio.
Title : M. Antonii Mureti I.C. Civis Rom Orationvm Volumina Dvo Ouorum Primum Ante aliquot annos in lucem prodijt, Secundum verò Recens est editum, Nuneque primum in Germania excusum & a mendis quae in Venetiana editione irrepserant repurgatum. Acceserunt Indices, in quibus ex ordine recensentur, quam, in causam, & rem Orationes habitae suerint Aadiunximus etiam Caroli Sigonii Oratoris disertissimi Orationes VII.
Publisher: Coloniae Agrippinae (Cologne), Apud Ioannem Gymnicum, sub Monocerote, 1592. Complete 3 parts published together for the first time in Germany.
Language: Text in Latin.

Size: 6" X 4". 
Pages: 272, 189, 93 pages.
Binding: Attractive and very good contemporary vellum binding (hinges fine, overall slightly worn, soiled, and scuffed - as shown) under a protective removable mylar cover.
Content: Good content (bright, tight, some light foxing and staining - as shown, handwritten inscription on the title page and the endpapers - as shown, some marginalia and old underlinings on a few pages - as shown, first decorative initial colored with old ink - as shown).
Illustrated: Illustrated with engraved title vignettes and decorative initials.

Estimate : (USD 1000 - USD 2000)

The book: Scarce and attractive edition of M. Antonii Mureti I.C. et Civis Rom. Orationum Volumina Duo, a collection of speeches by Marcus Antonius Muretus, a renowned humanist scholar of the Renaissance. This edition includes two volumes of speeches, published together for the first time in Germany. The speeches cover various subjects, including theology, rhetoric, and history, reflecting Muretus' wide-ranging intellectual interests and his influence on Renaissance humanism.

The author:  Marcus Antonius Muretus (12 April 1526 – 4 June 1585) was a French humanist, renowned for his classical scholarship and eloquent Latin orations. He was a leading figure in the Renaissance revival of classical learning and was known for his lectures and writings, which had a significant impact on the intellectual life of his time.

Carlo Sigonio (1520 – 1584) was an Italian humanist, historian, and scholar. He was known for his work in classical scholarship, particularly in the study of Roman history and Latin literature. Sigonio's works were highly regarded in his time and contributed to the intellectual life of the Renaissance.


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