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Urbino, Bartholomeus & Simon Ragusii, 1592

Title page: ‘Federici Bonaventurae Urbinatis Anemologiae pars prior, id est De affectionibus, signis, causisque ventorum ex Aristotele, Theophrasto, ac Ptolomaeo tractatus. Qua in hac priori parte continentur sequens pagina indicabit. Adiectus est index locorum et quaestionum quae explicantur. Ad serenissimum Franciscum Mariam secundum Urbini ducem sextum. Urbini apud Bartholomaeum et Simonem Ragusios fratres, M.D.LXXXXIII. Ex superiorum permissu.’ Part II: ‘Claudii Ptolemaei inerrantium stellarum apparitiones ac significationum collectio. Libellus mire elegans atque ad aeris praevidendas mutationes omnino necessarius, antehac nunquam impressus. A Federico Bonaventura Urbinate latinitate donatus, scholiisque nonnullis illustratus. Item libelli duo, alter ex Columella, alter ex Plinio, excerpti De inerrantium stellarum significationibus. Urbini MDXCII, apud Bartholomaeum Ragusium.’ Part III: ‘Federici Bonaventurae Urbinatis de causa ventorum motus peripatetica disceptatio, in qua nullam esse inter Aristotelem et Theophrastum in has quaestione dissensionem, adversus communem sententiam demonstratur. Ad Alexandrum Georgium Urbinatem. Urbini MDXCII, apud Bartholomaeum Ragusium.’ Part IV: ‘Federici Bonaventurae Urbinatis pro Theophrasto atque Alexandro Aphrodisiensi de vero tempore ortus atque occasus Orionis apologia, tribus libris distincta, in qua de speciebus ortus et occasus syderum ex Ptolemaei sententia latissime agitur, multaque loca veterum poetarum, medicorum ac philosophorum et praesertim Homeri, Hippocrati, Hesiodi, Aristotelis, Arati, Hipparchi, galeni, Theophrasti, Alexandri, Vergilique enarrantur. Ad clarissimum mathematicum Io<annem> Antonium Maginum Patavinum. Urbini MDXCII, apud Bartholomaeum Ragusium.’

Federico Bonaventura, Anemologiae pars prior: table of contents of Parts I-IV (I/[†i]v); dedicatory letter to Francesco Maria II, duke of Urbino (I/†iir-[†iii]r); letter to the reader ([I/†iii]v-[††iv); Horatius Vimercatus, In laudem auctoris (I/††2r); ‘Index locorum et quaestionum’ (I/††2v-†††††††1v); Errata (I/†††††††1v-[†††††††2]r); note to the reader (I/[†††††††2]v); Theophrastus, De ventis liber (I/1-34); Theophrastus, Libellus de pluviarum signis (I/35-44); Theophrastus, Libellus de ventorum signis (I/45-50); Theophrastus, Libellus de tempestatum signis (I/51-56); Theophrastus, Libellus de tranquillitatis ac serenitatis signis (I/57-60); Bonaventura, Annotationes in librum Theophrasti de ventis (I/61-221); Bonaventura, Annotationes in libellum de pluviarum signis (I/223-361); Bonaventura, Annotationes in opusculum de ventorum signis (I/361-417); Bonaventura, Annotationes in libellum de signis tempestatum (I/417-433); Bonaventura, Annotationes in opusculum de tranquillitatis et serenitatis signis (I/434-442); preface (II/3-4); Ptolemaica (II/5-46); Columella, De inerrantium syderum significationibus (II/47-56); ‘Pliniana anni divisio in partes octo atque inerrantium syderum per eas significationes’ (II/57-64); Ptolemaica (II/65-120); preface to Alexander Georgius of Urbino (III/3-5); Bonaventura, De causa ventorum motus (III/6-195); Bonaventura, Apologia (IV/3-116); ‘Tabula continens innerrantium syderum loci… quorum in Apologia mentio est’ (IV/117-142).

Note Part I was printed in 1593 and Parts II-IV in 1592. It is not clear whether Part II, containing the Ptolemaic sections, circulated separately in 1592 or was just meant to be appended to Part I, whose front page and table of contents include the matters covered in Parts II-IV.

Lit. EDIT16: CNCE 6932

Exemplar Unknown (Google Books, source not given).

5‑46

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‘Claudii Ptolemaei inerrantium stellarum apparitiones et significationum collectio, Federico Bonaventura interprete. Inerrantium stellarum apparitiones quot nam habeant differentias quasve causas — in quo dici magnitudo ad horas 15 extenditur. Finis.’

= Ptolemy, Inerrantium stellarum apparitiones et significationum collectio (tr. Federico Bonaventura) (A.4.1).

65‑120

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‘Annotationes in librum Ptolemaei de inerrantium syderum significationibus. Inerrantium stellarum libellum hunc inter Ptolemaei commentarios esse recipiendum nemo est qui dubitare possit — Deinde quod magis est hoc in loco pro occidunt Haedi, legendum oriuntur Haedi, nam et sic Columella et liber a Leonico translatus. Finis.’

= Federico Bonaventura, Annotationes in librum Ptolemaei de inerrantium syderum significationibus (C.4.1).