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Epigrammata Graeca, selecta ex Anthologia

Author: Paulus MelissusHenri EstienneDaniel RogersJames DuportJohan van der DoesAll authors
Publisher: [Genevae] : Excudebat Henricus Stephanus, M. D. LXX [1570]
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Genre/Form: Inscriptions (Provenance)
Epigrams, Greek
Translations into Latin
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paulus Melissus; Henri Estienne; Daniel Rogers; James Duport; Johan van der Does; Trinity College (University of Cambridge)
OCLC Number: 8094852
Language Note: Text in Greek, with translation and explication in Latin.
Notes: Signatures: [par.]⁴ a-t⁸ v⁴.
Some translations by Paulus Melissus (Paul Schede).
Includes special section containing Estienne's multiple translations of several epigrams (p. 265-296).
Estienne was imprisoned by the Geneva authorities for this publication because he did not apply for prior authorization.
RBC c. 1: Binding: contemporary vellum; spine title in manuscript: "Epigram selecta ex Antholog Græc. / Henr. Steph 1570". Annotations and corrections in ink manuscript and textual underlining.
RBC c. 2: With: Henrici Stephani annotationes in Sophoclem & Euripidem. [Geneva : H. Stephanus], 1568. Bound together subsequent to publication; contemporary vellum; Yapp edges; alum-tawed lacings; evidence of ties; covers detaching from spine block; spine title in manuscript: "Epigram Græc / Annot Sophoc et Eurip / Steph". Ownership inscriptions on front pastedown: [1] "Danielis Rogerij / Dulces ante omnia musæ" [Daniel Rogers; friend of Paul Schede; motto of Rogers' friend Janus Dousa; cf. Oxford DNB; J.A. van Dorsten, Poets, patrons and professors (1962) ]; [2] "Liber Richardi [?]Horwod / ex dono: / G: Cleybrooke:"; [3] an inscription, effaced by multiple line strikes; [4] "Liber Jacobi Duport / ex dono M[agist]ri / Ketlewell" [James Duport, professor of Greek at Cambridge; [?]Seth Kettlewell, friend and fellow student of Duport at Trinity College, Cambridge, d. 1635; cf. Alumni cantab.; Munk, Memoir of Dr. James Duport].
Description: [8], 311, [1] p. ; 17 cm. (8vo)
Other Titles: Greek anthology.
Responsibility: interpretata ad verbum, & carmine, ab Henrico Stephano, quaedam & ab aliis ; loci aliquot ab eodem annotationibus illustrati ; eivsdem interpretationes centum & sex vnius distichi, aliorum item quorundam epigrammatum variae.

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