4 edition of Caxton: Tulle Of olde age found in the catalog.
Caxton: Tulle Of olde age
|Other titles||Of olde age.|
|Statement||von Heinz Susebach.|
|Series||Studien zur englischen Philologie..., hft. 75|
|Contributions||Caxton, William, ca. 1422-1491., Worcester, William, 1415-1482? tr., Susebach, Heinz, ed., Laurent de Premierfait, d. 1418.|
|LC Classifications||PE25 .S8 hft. 75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 118 p.|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||33031046|
The printed text states that the book is “imprinted by me simple person William Caxton into English at the pleasure, solace and reverence of men growing into old age." The writing in ink below the statement is likely a person practising their handwriting, trying to emulate the type – likely from the end of the 15 th century, says Carefoote. The Faits of Arms and of Chivalry. "Per Caxton." Without Place. Folio. Briti ſ h Mu ſ eum C. d. Another copy C. b. Another copy Gr. Chronicles, The, of England. (See England.) Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Tully of Old Age; of Friend ſ hip; the Declamation of Noble ſ ſ e. "Enprynted by me ſ ymple per ſ one William.
The book, which discusses the ideas of old age and friendship and links the two concepts, came just a few years after the first book printed in English — “The Recuyell of the Histories of Troye” — which Carefoote said was printed by Caxton in either or William Caxton (c. ), the first English printer, was born somewhere in the Weald of Kent, perhaps at name, which was apparently pronounced Cauxton, is identical with Causton, the name of a manor in the parish of Hadlow, and was a fairly common surname in the 15th century. The date of Caxton's birth was arbitrarily fixed in by Oldys .
"Old age is a powerful disguise." Stella. Who said this: "I have great honor But you will find that that is not the same as power." The first known English publication of any traditional literature was William Caxton's. Aesop's Fables. Books originally written in English in another country then published in the United States. 11 Caxton, W.»Books printed by, continued — Siege and Conquest of Jerusalem. Book of Tulle of Old Age Policronicon . Book of tlie Order of Chivalry Pilgrimage of the Soul The Golden Legend John Gower de Confessione Amantis History of Paris and Vienne History of King Arthur Life of Charles the Great.
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Genre/Form: Early works Printed books Early works to Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Caxton: Tulle Of olde age. Caxton's Tully Of old age and Friendship, [London]: Printed for J. Pearson & Co., (London: Chiswick Press, Charles Whittingham and Co.) (OCoLC) Colophon (leaf i3r): Thus endeth the boke of Tulle of olde age translated out of latyn in to frenshe by laurence de primo facto at the comaundement of the noble prynce Lowys Duc of Burbon / and enprynted by me symple persone William Caxton in to Englysshe at the playsir solace and reverence of men growyng in to olde age the xii day of August.
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The printed text states that the book is “imprinted by me simple person William Caxton into English at the Caxton: Tulle Of olde age book, solace and reverence of men growing into old age." The writing in ink below the statement is likely a person practising their handwriting, trying to emulate the type – likely from the end of the 15th century, says Carefoote.
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People didn’t live very long – even in the s the average age of death was the late fifties. The book, reportedly was published in by William Caxton, the first person to print English language books, is an English translation of essays by Roman politician Marcus Tullius Cicero, "De amicitia" (Of Friendship) and "De senectute" (Of Old Age).
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In the case of Caxton about 68% of his editions were in English, 28% were. The book is an English translation of essays by Roman politician Marcus Tullius Cicero — "De amicitia" (Of Friendship) and "De senectute" (Of Old Age) — published in by William Caxton.
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reprint, copies. Caxton's Aesop, reprint. About this Item: Christie, Manson & Woods, London, "corrected issue " of auction catalogue for the sale held on 8 July,Laminated illustrated wrappers, 4to, 48 pp, ills (some colour).
8 lots. The incunables comprised: Recuyell of the Historyes of Troye; The Canterbury Tales; Tulle Of Olde Age; The Myrrour of the Worlde; The Doctrinal of Sapyence; Book of Hawking. The book is an English translation of essays by Roman politician Marcus Tullius Cicero -- "De amicitia" (Of Friendship) and "De senectute" (Of Old Age) -- published in by William Caxton, the Author: Salmaan Farooqui.
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 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.
Tully of Old Age, Friend ſ hip, &c. (See Cicero.) Virgil. Eneydos. Tran ſ lated by Caxton in Without Printer's Name, Place, or Date. Folio. [?] Briti ſ h Mu ſ eum C. Another copy C. Another copy Gr.
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The book, which discusses the ideas of old age and friendship and links the two concepts, came just a few years after the first book printed in English — "The Recuyell of the Histories of Troye" — which Carefoote said was printed by Caxton in either or Caxton & Co.
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