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Selected Works by Lefèvre

Lefèvre’s works were reprinted many times in the sixteenth century, but not afterward. Here only the first editions of key works are listed, as well those which first included the commentaries by Josse Clichtove. The most complete and reliable bibliography of Lefèvre’s works, including transcriptions of letters by him and his colleagues, remains Eugene F. Rice, ed., The Prefatory Epistles of Jacques Lefèvre d’Étaples and Related Texts (New York: Columbia University Press, 1972).

  • De magia naturali, Olomouc, M.I.119; Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, MS lat. reg. 1115; Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 7454; Brussels, Bibliothèque royale de Belgique, MS lat. 10875. (See Lefèvre 2018, below.) (Scholar)
  • 1492, Totius philosophiae naturalis paraphrases, Paris: J. Higman.
  • 1494a, Introductio in metaphysicorum libros Aristotelis, Paris: J. Higman.
  • 1494b, Ars moralis … Aristotelis philosophi moralia illustria claraque reddit [= In Aristotelis Ethica Nicomachea introductio], Paris: [A. Caillaut].
  • 1494c (ed. and comm.), Mercurii Trismegisti Liber de potestate et sapientia dei, per Marsilium Ficinum traductus, Paris: J. Higman for W. Hopyl.
  • 1495, (ed. and comm.), Textus de Sphera Johannis de Sacobosco, Paris: J. Higman and W. Hopyl.
  • 1496a, (ed. and author), Elementa Arithmetica; Elementa musicalia; Epitome in Arithmetica Boetii; Richmimachie ludus, Paris: J. Higman and W. Hopyl.
  • 1496b, Introductiones in suppositiones, in predicabilia, in divisiones, in predicamenta, in librum de enunciatione, in primum priorum, in secundum priorum, in libros posteriorum, in locos dialecticos, in fallacias, in obligationes, in insolubilia, Paris: G. Marchant.
  • 1497 (ed.), Decem librorum Moralium Aristotelis, tres conversiones [= translations of the Nicomachean Ethics by Johannes Argyropolus, Leonardo Bruni, and Robert Grosseteste, with Lefèvre’s commentary and introduction]. Paris: H. Estienne.
  • 1499 (ed. and comm.), Ps-Dionysius, Theologia vivificans. Cibus solidus, Paris: J. Higman and W. Hopyl.
  • 1500 (ed. and comm.), Textus de Sphera … Cum compositione Anuli Astronomici Boni Latensis et Geometria Euclidis Megarensis, Paris: W. Hopyl.
  • 1502a (with Clichtove’s commentary), Totius philosophiae naturalis paraphrases. Adiecto ad litteram familiari commentario, Paris: W. Hopyl. (Scholar)
  • 1502b, Artificialis introductio per modum epitomatis in decem libros Ethicorum Aristotelis adiectis elucidata commentariis [= Ars moralis (1497) with commentary by Clichtove], Paris: W. Hopyl and H. Estienne. (Scholar)
  • 1503a (ed. and comm.), Libri logicorum ad archetypos recogniti cum novis ad litteram commentariis ad felices primum Parhisiorum et communiter aliorum studiorum successus in lucem prodeant ferantque litteris opem, Paris: W. Hopyl and H. Estienne.
  • 1503b (with Clichtove’s commentary and geometrical works by Bovelles), Epitome compendiosaque introductio in libros Arithmeticos Boetii … Ars supputandi [Clichtovei]… Epitome rerum geometricarum … De quadratura circuli demonstratio ex Campano. Liber de cubicatione sphere. Perspectiva introductio. Astronomicon, Paris: W. Hopyl and H. Estienne. (Scholar)
  • 1505a (ed.), Primum volumen Contemplationum Remundi [Lulii] duos libros continens. Libellus Blaquerne de amico et amato, Paris: G. Marchant for J. Petit.
  • 1505b (ed. and comm.), Pimander, Mercurii Trismegisti liber de sapientia et potestate dei; Asclepius; Mercurii de voluntate divina; Crater Hermetis, Paris: H. Estienne.
  • 1506 (ed. and comm.), Politicorum libri octo; commentarii; Economicorum duo; commentarii; Hecatonomiarum septem. Economiarum unus. Explanationis Leonardi [Bruni] in oeconomica duo, Paris: H. Estienne.
  • 1507 (with Clichtove’s commentary), Artificialis introductio per modum epitomatis in decem libros Ethicorum Aristotelis adiectis elucidata commentariis, Paris: H. Estienne. (Scholar)
  • 1508 (ed.), Georgii Trapezontii Dialectica, Paris: Henri Estienne.
  • 1509 (ed. and comm.), Quincuplex Psalterium, Paris: H. Estienne.
  • 1510 (ed. and comm.), De superdivina Trinitate theologicum opus hexade librorum distinctum, Paris: H. Estienne.
  • 1512 (ed. and comm.), Epistolae Pauli, Paris: H. Estienne.
  • 1514 (ed.), Haec accurata recognitio trium voluminum Operum Clariss. P. Nicolai Cusae, Paris: Badius Ascensius.
  • 1515 (ed.), Aristotelis castigatissime recognitum opus metaphysicum; metaphysica introductio quatuor dialogorum libris elucidata [trans. Cardinal Bessarion and J. Argyropolus]. Paris: H. Estienne.
  • 1517a (ed.), Euclidis Megarensis Geometricorum elementorum libri XV, Paris: H. Estienne.
  • 1517b (with Clichtove’s commentary), Introductorium Astronomicum theorias corporum coelestium duobus libris complectens, adiecto commentario declaratum, Paris: H. Estienne. (Scholar)
  • [EE], Épistres & Évangiles pour les cinquante & deux sepmaines de l’an: fac-simile de la premiere edition, Simon du Bois, edited by M. A. Screech. Geneva: Droz, 1964. (Scholar)
  • [JL], Jacques Lefèvre d’Étaples et ses disciples: Epistres et Evangiles pour les cinquante et deux dimenches de l’an, edited by Pierre de Vingle, Guy Bedouelle, and Franco Giacone. Brill: Leiden, 1976. (Scholar)
  • [HL], Hecatonomiarum libri: texte latin des Hécatonomies de Lefèvre d’Étaples, en parallèle avec la traduction latine de Platon par Marsile Ficini, edited by Jean Boisset and Robert Combès. Paris: Vrin, 1979. (Scholar)
  • [MN], La Magie naturelle / De Magia naturali: I. L’Influence des astres, edited and translated by Jean-Marc Mandosio, Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2018. (Scholar)

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