BIBLIA LATINA. With additions by Franciscus Moneliensis and Quintius Aemilianus. Venice: Johannes Herbort, de Seligenstadt, 31 October 1483.
Super-chancery 2° (317 x 215mm). Collation: a10 b-x8 y10 A-Y8 Z10 1-48 (a1r blank, a1v letter by Franciscus Moneliensis, a2r prologue of Jerome and Bible text, Z10r colophon, Z10v blank, 1/1r-4/7v Interpretationes Hebraicorum nominum, 4/8r register, 4/8v blank). 398 leaves. 58 lines and headline, double column, 3 cols. in the Interpretationes. Type: 7:78G, 9:140G, 10:92G. 3-16-line initial spaces, most with printed guide-letters. (Very light occasional browning, very small wormhole in final leaves affecting a few letters.) Early 16th-century Italian brown sheep, blindstamped, with panel outlines stamped in red, (spine repaired), catches on rear cover and one brass corner boss retained, vellum flyleaves from a 12th-century Italian MS. of St. Augustine, In Johannis Evangelium. Provenance: Matteo and Leo Morelli, 16th-century inscription "et amicorum".
A Fontibus ex Graecis edition, with a new letter by Franciscus Moneliensis added, in which he praises the printer, Johannes Herbort. HC *3090; GW 4254; BMC V, 303 (IB. 21569); Goff B-579; Pellechet 2317; IDL 839; IGI 1668