Lutetiae [Paris], Apud Mamertum Patissonium [Mamert Patisson] Typographum regium, in officina Roberti Stephani [Robert Estienne], 1585 (first thus).
Octavo, [xii], 302,  (index) pages, with a woodcut printer's device to the title page.
Later full calf (possibly eighteenth century); spine gilt in compartments; sides bordered with gilt double fillet, with small corner-pieces; edges coloured red; front joint cracked but the board is still attached; covers a little worn, with slight loss at the head and foot of the spine; scattered light foxing; light marginal stain to one leaf (R.vii); internally in excellent condition.
An early collection of Latin satires by Juvenal (Decimus Junius Juvenalis) and Persius (Aulus Persius Flaccus), as well as the satire attributed to the female poet Sulpicia. This is the second edition of Juvenal published under the Estienne imprint, but the first to follow the best and most complete manuscript source, collected and edited by Pierre Pithou and now at Montpellier. 'Textually one of the most important sixteenth-century editions of Juvenal' (David Shaw: 'Editions of Juvenal printed before 1601'). USTC 170793.