|Note:||Cicero's violent speeches against Antony (In M. Antonium Philippica) were neither forgiven nor forgotten, with the result that Cicero was proscribed and killed in 43 BC.|
This is a beautifully printed edition of the Philippica, with the commentaries of three Italian humanists surrounding the text. Petit was the publisher, the printer was Thomas Caseus. Thomas Kees (Caseus) Wesaliensis, was a printer at Paris 1507-1516. Ref. IJsewijn, Myricae, (2000), p. 202.
Scarce, not found in recent auction records, only 2 copies in WorldCat. Ref. Schweiger II, 145