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MARTINENGO, Ascanio (1541-1600). Glossae magnae in sacram Genesim. Padua: Lorenzo Pasquati, 1597. 2 volumes, 2° (338 x 236mm). Large engraving on titles and 10 large engravings of the earth in various stages of its development in the text, with the final blank (without leaf of Ad notanda according to Adams, short tear in lower margin of 3H4 in vol.I affecting text slightly, title of vol.I a little spotted and stained). 19th-century Italian half vellum (covers rather spotted and stained). Provenance: 18th-century presentation inscription on titles from Fr. Agostino Ceccarelli; the Regular Canons of Spettisbury (blue ownership stamp on an endpaper). Only edition of this exhaustive commentary on the first book of Genesis. Edit-on line 33126; Adams M724.	 (2)

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MARTINENGO, Ascanio (1541-1600). Glossae magnae in sacram Genesim. Padua: Lorenzo Pasquati, 1597. 2 volumes, 2° (338 x 236mm). Large engraving on titles and 10 large engravings of the earth in various stages of its development in the text, with the final blank (without leaf of Ad notanda according to Adams, short tear in lower margin of 3H4 in vol.I affecting text slightly, title of vol.I a little spotted and stained). 19th-century Italian half vellum (covers rather spotted and stained). Provenance: 18th-century presentation inscription on titles from Fr. Agostino Ceccarelli; the Regular Canons of Spettisbury (blue ownership stamp on an endpaper). Only edition of this exhaustive commentary on the first book of Genesis. Edit-on line 33126; Adams M724. (2)

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MARTINENGO, Ascanio (1541-1600). Glossae magnae in sacram Genesim. Padua: Lorenzo Pasquati, 1597. 2 volumes, 2° (338 x 236mm). Large engraving on titles and 10 large engravings of the earth in various stages of its development in the text, with the final blank (without leaf of Ad notanda according to Adams, short tear in lower margin of 3H4 in vol.I affecting text slightly, title of vol.I a little spotted and stained). 19th-century Italian half vellum (covers rather spotted and stained). Provenance: 18th-century presentation inscription on titles from Fr. Agostino Ceccarelli; the Regular Canons of Spettisbury (blue ownership stamp on an endpaper). Only edition of this exhaustive commentary on the first book of Genesis. Edit-on line 33126; Adams M724. (2)
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