Book/Printed Material Here begynneth the prohemye vpon the reducynge, both out of latyn as of frensshe in to our englyssh tongue of the polytyque book named Tullius de senectute. ... Tulle Of Olde age ... / Here beginneth the prohemye upon the reducinge both out of Latin as of French in to our English tongue of the politique book named Tullius de senectute / Tullius de senectute

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Title
Here begynneth the prohemye vpon the reducynge, both out of latyn as of frensshe in to our englyssh tongue of the polytyque book named Tullius de senectute.
Other Title
... Tulle Of Olde age ...
Here beginneth the prohemye upon the reducinge both out of Latin as of French in to our English tongue of the politique book named Tullius de senectute
Tullius de senectute
Contributor Names
Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
Worcester, John Tiptoft, Earl of, 1427-1470.
Worcester, William, 1415-1482?
Caxton, William, approximately 1422-1491 or 1492, printer.
Buonaccorso, da Montemagno, approximately 1391-1429.
Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
[Westminster, London, England] : ... Enprynted by me symple persone William Caxton ..., ... the xij day of August the yere of our lord MCCCClxxxj [12 Aug. 1481]
Subject Headings
-  Old age--Early works to 1800
-  Friendship--Early works to 1800
-  England--London
Genre
Incunabula--England--London--1481
Notes
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
-  This translation of De senectute (Cato maior), though frequently ascribed to John Tiptoft, Earl of Worcester, is probably by William Worcester; cf. DNB, XIX, p. 893; XXI, p. 914.
-  Printer and date from explicit (leaf i3); place from Illustrated ISTC (CD-ROM, 2nd ed.)
-  Signatures: 1⁶ a⁶ b-h⁸ i⁴ ²a-²f⁸ (first leaf, a6, and i4 blanks).
-  Goff C-627
-  Hain-Copinger 5311
-  GW 6992
-  Illustrated ISTC (CD-ROM, 2nd ed.) ic00627000
-  Ricci, S. de. A census of Caxtons 31
-  Library of Congress. Lessing J. Rosenwald collection, 562
-  Capital spaces with guide letters.
-  Includes the author's De amicitia (²a1-²d4 verso) and Buonaccorso da Montemagno's The declamacyon Which laboureth to shewe Wherin honoure sholde reste (²d5-²e3 verso, 2nd group of collation), both translated by John Tiptoft.
-  LC copy's initials, paragraph marks, and underlining in red. Leaf i3 partly inlaid. Wanting initial and i4 blanks.
-  With: [Image du monde. English (Middle English)]. Here begynneth the table of the rubrices of this presente volume named the Mirrour of the World ... [Westminster, London, England : William Caxton, 1481]. Issued separately.
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
Medium
[240] p. ; 30 cm. (fol.)
Call Number/Physical Location
PQ1486.I5 E5 1481
Incun.1481 .I5
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/rosenwald.0562.1
Library of Congress Control Number
48031318
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Description
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. This translation of De senectute (Cato maior), though frequently ascribed to John Tiptoft, Earl of Worcester, is probably by William Worcester; cf. DNB, XIX, p. 893; XXI, p. 914. Printer and date from explicit (leaf i3); place from Illustrated ISTC (CD-ROM, 2nd ed.) Signatures: 1⁶ a⁶ b-h⁸ i⁴ ²a-²f⁸ (first leaf, a6, and i4 blanks). Goff C-627 Hain-Copinger 5311 GW 6992 Illustrated ISTC (CD-ROM, 2nd ed.) ic00627000 Ricci, S. de. A census of Caxtons 31 Library of Congress. Lessing J. Rosenwald collection, 562 Capital spaces with guide letters. Includes the author's De amicitia (²a1-²d4 verso) and Buonaccorso da Montemagno's The declamacyon Which laboureth to shewe Wherin honoure sholde reste (²d5-²e3 verso, 2nd group of collation), both translated by John Tiptoft. LC copy's initials, paragraph marks, and underlining in red. Leaf i3 partly inlaid. Wanting initial and i4 blanks. With: [Image du monde. English (Middle English)]. Here begynneth the table of the rubrices of this presente volume named the Mirrour of the World ... [Westminster, London, England : William Caxton, 1481]. Issued separately. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
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Cicero, Marcus Tullius, John Tiptoft Worcester, William Worcester, William Caxton, Da Montemagno Buonaccorso, and Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection. Here begynneth the prohemye vpon the reducynge, both out of latyn as of frensshe in to our englyssh tongue of the polytyque book named Tullius de senectute. [Westminster, London, England: ... Enprynted by me symple persone William Caxton ..., ... the xij day of August the yere of our lord MCCCClxxxj 12 Aug, 1481] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/48031318/. (Accessed February 20, 2018.)

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Cicero, M. T., Worcester, J. T., Worcester, W., Caxton, W., Buonaccorso, D. M. & Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection. (1481) Here begynneth the prohemye vpon the reducynge, both out of latyn as of frensshe in to our englyssh tongue of the polytyque book named Tullius de senectute. [Westminster, London, England: ... Enprynted by me symple persone William Caxton ..., ... the xij day of August the yere of our lord MCCCClxxxj 12 Aug] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/48031318/.

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Cicero, Marcus Tullius, et al. Here begynneth the prohemye vpon the reducynge, both out of latyn as of frensshe in to our englyssh tongue of the polytyque book named Tullius de senectute. [Westminster, London, England: ... Enprynted by me symple persone William Caxton ..., ... the xij day of August the yere of our lord MCCCClxxxj 12 Aug, 1481] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/48031318/>.