Hapanta tà toû Plátōnos = Omnia Platonis opera.

Accession number: 
PML 1528
Venetiis : In aedib. Aldi, et Andreae soceri, mense septembri M.D.XIII [1513]
2 v. in 1 ([32], 502, [2]; 439, [1] p.) ; 31 cm. (8vo)

Imprint from colophon.
Text in Greek, except for Aldus' dedication in Latin to Pope Leo X, which concerns evangelizing in America and publishing.
1st ed. in Greek, from manuscripts in Bessarion's collection (see Wolfenbüttel catalogue).
Edited by Musurus, with his Greek hymn to Plato.
Life of Plato from Diogenes Laertius.
Signatures: v. 1: pi² 1¹⁰ 2⁴; a-hh⁸ ii⁴, leaves 2/4 and ii4 blank; v. 2: A-DD⁸ EE⁴.
Morgan copy with leaf pi2 bound after quire 1.
Printer's device on t.p. and verso of colophon leaf.
Spaces with guide letters for capitals.
Greek title romanized.
Includes index in Greek.

Early 16th-century (provincial?) French gold tooled full brown goatskin, over paper boards (tools include both Italian and central European influences); with gilt and gauffered edges. 4 ties, missing.
Unidentified monogram (including letters A B C E G H L M N R T), binding; Paris, Augustinian Recollects (Discalced), inscription: 'Ex Catal. ff. discaloratorum Sti. Augustini Conv. parisi[??] (title page); Edmond Merille (1579-1647), purchase inscription: "Emundi Merillij Scti. 6tt 8β"; Matthew Raine (1760-1811), his sales: 27 Feb. 1812, 5 Dec. 1831, and 9 April 1832; John Dent (1760-1826), sale, Evans, part II, 25 April 1827, lot 1097 for £17.6.6, to: Richard Heber (1773-1833), price inscription: 17.6.6 / 2.12.6 / 19.18.0 (front endleaf 1 recto), Bibliotheca Heberiana sale: Sotheby's, part I, 10 April 1834, lot 5577 (identified as from Dr. Raine's library); Archibald Acheson, Earl of Gosford (1806-1864), purchased in 1838, armorial booklabel and shelfmark: B5 (front pastedown), entire library purchased in 1878 by: James Toovey (1814-1893), through inheritance to his son: Charles J. Toovey (1848-1925), Burnham Abbey booklabel (front pastedown), entire library purchased in 1899 by: Pierpont Morgan (1837-1913), purchased with the Toovey collection, 1899.