(HOMER) DIVUS, ANDREAS
Two early Latin translations of Homer by Andreas Divus, published by Burgofrancho in Venice:
Homeri poetae clarissimi Odyssea, 1536. Later three-quarter leather over papered boards (17 cm. tall), with gilt lettering to red and black compartments on spine. University of Chicago Library bookplate to front pastedown. Contents collated as complete: 251 numbered leaves, followed by colophon and  leaves of index. With title page and final leaf reinforced.
And, Homeri poetarum omnium principis Ilias, 1537. Later three-quarter leather over marbled boards (16 cm. tall), with gilt ornamentation to spine and gilt lettering to red leather compartment. University of Chicago Library booplate to front endpaper, with additional plate of Italian bookseller to pastedown. Contents collated as complete: 277 numbered leaves, followed by register and preceded by 16 un-numbered leaves, constituting a life of Homer and an index.
Estimate $ 600-800
Property from the University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois