Cambridge University Library’s project to re-catalogue its incunabula online has now been running for six months, and we have started a blog to record our progress and draw attention to new discoveries. Posts so far include “A book from Parrhasius’s library”, “Cicero re-ordered”, which identifies the 1471 Venice edition of “De finibus bonorum et malorum” as the editio princeps of that text, and an appeal for help in identifying some painted arms in a copy of Pomponius Mela’s “De chorographia”.
For further details of the project please see:
The blog can be found at:
and the catalogue can be searched at: