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Epicteti Stoici Philosohpi Enchiridion: Unà Cum Cebetis Thebani Tabula. Accessêre Arriani Commentariorum de Epicteti Disputationibus Lib. IV. Omnia Hieron. Wolfio Interprete, Cum Ejusdem Annotationibus. Item Porphyrii Philosophi Pythagorici de Abstinhentia Ab Animalibus Necandis Libri Quatuor, Ex Nova Versione; Cui Subjiciuntur Notae Breviusculæ. Ejusdem Liber de Vita Pythagoræ: & Sententiæ Ad Intelligibilia Ducentes: De Antro Nympharum Quod in Odyssea Describitus. Lucas Holstenius Hamburgens, Latinè Vertit. Dissertationem de Vita & Scriptis Porphyrii, & Ad Vitam Pythagoræ Observationes Adjecit. Cum Indicibus in Arrianum & Porphyrium Locupletissimis

Epictetus; Cebes, of Thebes; Arrian; Wolf, Hieronymus; Holstenius, Lucas
Format
Book
Published
Cantabrigiæ: ex celeberrimæ academiæ typographeo, impensis G. Morden bibliopolæ, 1655.
Language
Latin
Greek, Modern (1453- ) (also in)
Uniform Title
Works Latin & Greek
Description
2 p. l., [4], 495, [17] p., 1 l., 285, [11], 87, [13] p. 18 cm.
Notes
  • Signatures: v.1. [1 par. mark]⁴ A-Ii⁸; v.2. A-Bb⁸.
  • Title in red and black.
  • Greek and Latin in parallel columns.
  • Each part has special t.-p., "Porphyrii philosophi pythagorici ..." and "Lucæ Holstenii de vita & scriptis Porphyrii philosophi dissertatio" paged separately.
  • "Arriani commentariorum de Epicteti disputationibus libri IIII" has special title-page.
  • "Epicteti ... Enchirigion ... editio nova ..."
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Incomplete: Index stops at "Sub-"
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Signed "Fra. Alisons." From the library of Theod. Hansford, King George County, Va., with his signature dated 1784. Included in the 1828 Catalogue of the University of Virginia Library. One of 7 volumes (8 titles) sent to Thomas Jefferson on March 15, 1822, for the University of Virginia Library. Both Hansford's letter of presentation, dated March 15, 1822, and Jefferson's letter of thanks dated Apr. 7, 1822 are owned by the Library of Congress with images available through the American Memory Project. Two titles in the list (Sophocles Tragedies in Greek & Latin, Cambridge 1669; Cicero de Officiis in Latin, title page lost) are no longer in the Library, possibly destroyed in the Rotunda fire.
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