Aurelius Victor, Sextus [pseudo-]: De viris illustribus.

Florence:  Apud Sanctum Jacobum de Ripoli, 1478.
4to.   a-d8.   [32] leaves.
Authorship unknown.  In this edition attributed to Pliny the Younger, but generally to Aurelius Victor from the 16th century (cf. M. M. Sage 'The De Viris Illustribus: authorship and date', Hermes 108, (1980), pp. 83-100).
ISTC ia01387000;  Goff A1387;  BMC VI 622;  Bod-inc A-619.

Shelf-mark: Sp Coll Hunterian Bx.3.7 (see main library entry for this item)
Bound with: The second of two incunabula bound together.
Bound with Floccus, Andreas, De Romanorum magistratibus. [Venice:  Filippo di Pietro, ca. 1475].
Provenance: Joannes Roscius (17th century), possible owner: inscription “ex libris Joannis Roscij” on 1/1r of other item bound with this work (Floccus, Andreas, De Romanorum magistratibus. [Venice:  Filippo di Pietro, ca. 1475]) - Roscius might also have owned the De viris illustribus depending upon when the works were first bound together. 
Anthony Askew (1722-1774), physician and classical scholar:  Askew sale, 13 Feb. 1775 onwards;  lot 3520 in 'Bibliotheca Askeviana …' (London:  Baker & Leigh, 1775).
William Hunter (1718-1783), physician and anatomist:  purchased by Hunter at the Askew sale for £3.16.0 according to the annotated copy of the Askew sale catalogue in Cambridge University Library;  price confirmed in the partially annotated copy of the Askew sale catalogue in University of Glasgow Library (shelfmark Mu36-c.8).
Binding: England, 18th-century red morocco, decorated with triple gold fillets, a small gold fleuron at each corner, gold-tooled spine;  marbled endpapers;  yellow-edged leaves;  green silk bookmark.   Size 189 x 137 mm.
Leaf size: 183 x 130 mm.
Annotations: None.
Decoration: None.
Imperfections: None.

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