Ad Catholicum, pariter et invictissimum Phillippum Dei gratia Hispaniarum regem : de foelicissima serenissimi Ferdinandi principis natiuitate, epigrammatum liber : deque Sanctissimi Pii Quinti Romanae Ecclesiae Pontificis

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Ad Catholicum, pariter et invictissimum Phillippum Dei gratia Hispaniarum regem : de foelicissima serenissimi Ferdinandi principis natiuitate, epigrammatum liber : deque Sanctissimi Pii Quinti Romanae Ecclesiae Pontificis
Additional title: Ad illustrissimum pariter et Reverendissimum Dominū. D. Petrum a Deza praesidem ac pro Philippo militiae praefectum, de excellentissimi Domini D. Ioannis ab Austria Imperatoris Caroli Quin ti filij, & Philippi inuictissimi fratris victoria in perfidos Turcas. Per magistrū Ioannē Latinū Garnatae studiosae adolescētiae moderatorem. Austriadis libri duo
Additional title: Ad Catholicvm, pariter et invictissimvm Phillippvm Dei gratia Hispaniarum regem
Additional title: Ad illvstrissimvm pariter et Reverendissimvm
Additional title: Austriadis libri duo
Additional title: Avstriadis libri dvo
Names
Latino, Juan, 1518?- (Author)
Philip II, King of Spain, 1527-1598 (Dedicatee)
Pius V, Pope, 1504-1572 (Dedicatee)
Mena, Hugo de, active 16th century (Printer)
Díaz, Juan, active 16th century (Bookseller)
Dates / Origin
Date Issued: 1573
Place: Garnatae
Publisher: Ex officina Hugonis de Mena
Library locations
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division
Shelf locator: Sc Rare 879.1-L (Latino, J. Ad Catholicvm)
Topics
John, of Austria, 1547-1578
Lepanto, Battle of, Greece, 1571
Latin literature, Medieval and modern
Authors, Black
Early works to 1800
Genres
Clippings
Poetry
Notes
Citation/reference: Palau y Dulcet. Manual del librero hispano-americano, VII, 132865
Statement of responsibility: summi, rebus, & affectibus erga Philippum Regem Christianissimum, liber vnus : Austrias carmen, De excellentissimi Domini. D. Ioannis ab Austria, Carol Quinti filij, ac Philippi inuictissimi fratris, re benè gesta, in victoria mirabili eiusdem Philippi aduersus perfidos Turcas parta, ad illustrissimum, pariter & Reverendissimum D.D. Petrum à Deza Praesidem, ac pro Philippo militiaw praefectū : per magistrum Ioannem Latinum Garnatae studiosae ado lescentiae moderatorem : libri duo.
Content: Most leaves have text printed on both sides, but are numbered on one side only.
Content: "Cum regiae maiestatis privilegio"--privilege statement, precedes place of publication on title leaf.
Content: "Prostant in aedibus Ioannis Diaz bibliopolae, in vico Sanctae Mariae"--bookseller statement, follows imprint date on title leaf.
Content: Two parts in one volume.
Content: Initials and tail-pieces. Includes the coat of arms of Philip II of Spain, and poems dedicated to Pope Pius V.
Content: The "Austriadis libri duo", with title "Ad illustrissimum pariter et Reverendissimum Dominū. D. Petrum a Deza ...", has special title leaf, separate signatures & foliation.
Content: Signatures: [pi]1 A-E⁸ F⁴, ²A⁴ B-E⁸ F⁴.
Content: "The author of this book is an African Negro. This book contains poems dedicated to Pope Pius V, and Austriada, extolling the glories of Lepanto in two books"--Palau y Dulcet.
Ownership: Copy in Sc Rare 879.1-L (accession no. C609813) with a contemporary [to accession] clipping describing the work as one of " ... only two copies of Latino's work ... in the United States, one in the Boston Public Library and the above described copy in the 135th Street Branch of the New York Public Library." NN
Physical Description
Extent: [1], 44, 35, [5] leaves :ill., coats of arms ;20 cm.
Type of Resource
Text
Languages
Latin
Identifiers
RLIN/OCLC: NYPGR27647248-B
RLIN/OCLC: 27647248B
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b11703977
Photo Order: 64369
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): d8b20550-d606-013a-ac0d-0242ac110003
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  • 2023: Digitized
  • 2023: Found by you!
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