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(Homeri) Qvæ Exstant Omnia: Ilias, Odyssea, Batrachomyomachia, Hymni, Poëmata Aliquot : Cum Latine Versione Omnium Quæ Circumferuntur Emendatiss. Aliquot Locis Iam Castigatiore : Perpetuis Item Iustisque in Iliada Simul et Odysseam Io. Spondani Mauleonensis Commentariis. : Pindari Quinetiam Thebani Epitome Iliados Latinis Versib. & Daretis Phrygij de Bello Troiano Libri, à Corn. Nepote Eleganter Latino Versi Carmine

Homer; Joseph, of Exeter; Sponde, Jean de; Henricpetri, Sebastian
Format
Book; Online
Published
Basileæ : per Sebastianum Henricpetri [1606]
Edition
Ed. ultima superiore limatior. Indices Homeri textus et commentariorum locupletissimi
Language
Latin
Uniform Title
Works Latin & Greek 1606
Related Title
Ilias Latina.
Description
2 v. in 1 (v. [1]: 44, 427 p., 428-499 numb. col. (i.e. 36 p.), [23] p.; v. [2]: 2 l., 380, [24] p.) 37 cm. (fol.)
Notes
  • Colophon: Basileæ, per Sebastianum Henricpetri anno domini 1606.
  • Printer's mark on t.-p. and on last page.
  • Second volume has special t.-p.: Homeri Odyssea iusto Ioannis Spondani Mauleonensis commentario illustrata, & præfatione exornata. Item Batrachomyomachia, Hymni & poematia aliquot, quæ Homero adscribuntur.
  • The Epitome (commonly cited as Ilias latina or Homerus latinus) formerly attributed to the imaginary Pindarus Thebanus, has recently been ascribed to Silius Italicus. The De bello troiano (col. 444-499) ascribed in this and in the earlier editions of Dares Phrygius to Cornelius Nepos, is a poem by Joseph of Exeter (Josephus Iscanus) based on the Historia de excidio Troiae of "Dares Phrygius." cf. Wm. Camden, Britannia, 1590, p. 133-134, quoted by S. Dresenius in the preface to his edition of the poem, Frankfurt, 1620 (reprinted in Valpy's Delphine edition, London, 1825)
  • Signatures: [alpha]-[gamma]⁶, a-z⁶, A-±⁶, *², Aa-Zz⁶, AA-HH⁶, II⁴, KK-LL⁶.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Bookplate of Bened. Guil. Zahnü.
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Included in the 1828 Catalogue of the University of Virginia Library.
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    a| (Homeri) qvæ exstant omnia : b| Ilias, Odyssea, Batrachomyomachia, Hymni, poëmata aliquot : cum latine versione omnium quæ circumferuntur emendatiss. aliquot locis iam castigatiore : perpetuis item iustisque in Iliada simul et Odysseam Io. Spondani Mauleonensis commentariis. : Pindari quinetiam Thebani Epitome Iliados latinis versib. & Daretis Phrygij De bello troiano libri, à Corn. Nepote eleganter latino versi carmine.
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    a| Ed. ultima superiore limatior. b| Indices Homeri textus et commentariorum locupletissimi ...
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    a| Colophon: Basileæ, per Sebastianum Henricpetri anno domini 1606.
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    a| Printer's mark on t.-p. and on last page.
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    a| Second volume has special t.-p.: Homeri Odyssea iusto Ioannis Spondani Mauleonensis commentario illustrata, & præfatione exornata. Item Batrachomyomachia, Hymni & poematia aliquot, quæ Homero adscribuntur.
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    a| The Epitome (commonly cited as Ilias latina or Homerus latinus) formerly attributed to the imaginary Pindarus Thebanus, has recently been ascribed to Silius Italicus. The De bello troiano (col. 444-499) ascribed in this and in the earlier editions of Dares Phrygius to Cornelius Nepos, is a poem by Joseph of Exeter (Josephus Iscanus) based on the Historia de excidio Troiae of "Dares Phrygius." cf. Wm. Camden, Britannia, 1590, p. 133-134, quoted by S. Dresenius in the preface to his edition of the poem, Frankfurt, 1620 (reprinted in Valpy's Delphine edition, London, 1825)
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    a| Signatures: [alpha]-[gamma]⁶, a-z⁶, A-±⁶, *², Aa-Zz⁶, AA-HH⁶, II⁴, KK-LL⁶.
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    a| SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Bookplate of Bened. Guil. Zahnü.
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    a| Joseph, c| of Exeter, d| -approximately 1224
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    a| Sponde, Jean de, d| 1557-1595.
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    a| Henricpetri, Sebastian, d| 1547-1627.
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    a| SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Bookplate of Bened. Guil. Zahnü.
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