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TERTULLIANUS.
TERTULLIANUS.
TERTULLIANUS.

TERTULLIANUS. L'Apologétique et les Prescriptions de Tertullien. Nouvelle édition. Revue & corrigée d'après les Manuscrits, les édtions & différens ouvrages de Tertullien, avec la traduction & des remarques, par M. L'Abbé de Gourcy, vicaire général du Diocèse de Bordeaux, de l'Académie Royale de Nancy. Paris (A Paris), Chez Sorin, Libraire, rue de la Juiverie à côté de l' Église de la Magdeleine, 1780. 12mo. XXXIV,423,6,(1 blank) p. Marbled calf 17.5 cm (Ref: Ebert 22582, cf. Brunet 5,730) (Details: Latin text and French translation. Back gilt, a gilt corn sheaf in 2 'compartments', and a red morocco shield. Endpapers & edges marbled. Woodcut ornament on the title. Excellent paper) (Condition: Small old paper label on the head of spine. Front joint starting to split) (Note: Not much ...

€ 140,00
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TERENTIUS.- RUHNKEN,D. Davidis Ruhnkenii in Terentii comoedias dictata. Brunsiano exemplo emendatius multisque partibus integrius ex apographo hamburgensi edita. Cura Ludovici Schopeni. Bonn (Bonnae), Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Impensis Ed. Weber, Apud S. et I. Luchtmans, 1825. VI,285 p. Half calf. 20.5 cm (Binding slightly worn)
Book number: 156835 Euro 110.00

Keywords: (Rare Books), Komödie., Latin literature, Terence, Terentius, antike altertum antiquity, comedy, römische Literatur

€ 110,00
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TERENTIUS. P. Terentii Carthaginiensis Afri Comoediae sex. Interpretatione & notis illustravit Nicolaus Camus, Juris Utriusque Doctor, jussu Christianissimi Regis in usum Serenissimi Delphini. Editio prioribus longe emaculatior. London (Londoni), Impensis J. Pote (et alii), 1776. 8vo. (VI),CXXXVIII,288,(80 index) p. Calf 21 cm (Ref: ESTC Citation No. T219687; Schweiger 2,1070; cf Brunet 5,716; Graesse 6/2,59; Ebert 22513; Cupaiuolo no. 946; La collection Ad usum Delphini, vol. 2,51/61; Spoelder p. 644, Middelburg 5) (Details: Prize copy, without the prize. Back ruled gilt. Red morocco shield on the 'second compartment'. Gilt coat of arms of Middelburg on both boards. Title in red & black. Terence's Latin text is surrounded with an easy Latin version and with annotations, and is preceded by 138 pages of 'prolegomena Terentiana') (Condition: Prize removed. Binding slightly rubbed, especially at the ...

€ 220,00
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TERENTIUS.
TERENTIUS.
TERENTIUS.
TERENTIUS.

TERENTIUS. Publii Terentii Comoediae sex, ad optimas editiones nunc demum emendatae. Accedunt notae Joh. Min-Ellii, et index absolutissimus. Utrecht (Ultrajecti), Apud Guillielmum van de Water, 1721. 12mo. (XVI, including the frontispiece),540,(42 index),(2 blank) p. Vellum. 14 cm (Ref: STCN ppn 204865247) (Details: Five thongs laced through the joints. Engraved frontispiece depicting the return of an abandoned child. Woodcut printer's device on the title: a winged angel, or Fama, blowing her horn, she hovers above a city; the motto reads 'Pax artium altrix') (Condition: Vellum age-toned. Terentius written in ink on both boards and on the back. A few small ink marginalia. A faint oval school stamp on the front flyleaf) (Note: The late antique grammarian Aelius Donatus (4th century A.D) wrote not only a commentary on the plays of the Roman playwright Publius Terentius Afer, ca. 190-159 B.C., but also a ...

€ 90,00
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TERENTIUS.
TERENTIUS.
TERENTIUS.

TERENTIUS. De zes comedien van P. Terentius. Verduitst door Henricus Zwaardekroon, rector der Schole, tot Rotterdam. Rotterdam, Gedrukt bij Johannes Naeranus, 1668. 12mo. 498,(6 blank) p. Vellum 12.5 cm (Ref: Geerebaert 138,11,6; OiN 362) (Condition: Binding scuffed, spotted and soiled. Frontispiece removed. Oval stamp on the title. Some worming in the blank upper margin, occasionally nibbling at letters. Paper yellowing) (Note: The late antique grammarian Aelius Donatus (4th century A.D) wrote not only a commentary on the plays of the Roman playwright Publius Terentius Afer, ca. 190-159 B.C., but also a short biography, in which he tells that Terentius was born in the Roman province Africa and that he came as a slave in the houshold of the senator Terentius Lucanus. He adopted his name when he was manumitted. Terentius is the author of 'fabulae palliatae', which means 'plays in Greek cloths'. He adapted Greek plays, ...

€ 200,00
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TERENTIUS.
TERENTIUS.
TERENTIUS.

TERENTIUS. P. Terentii Afri Comoediae sex. Belgica interpretatione, ac notis ad loca difficiliora illustratae. Opera ac studio Henrici Zwaerdecroon. Rotterdam (Rotterdami), Apud Petrum Waesbergium, 1648. Met Privilege voor 15 Iaren. Small 8vo. (VIII, including frontispiece) 607,(1 errata) p. Overlapping vellum 16 cm (Ref: Geerebaert 138,2,11; OiN 362; Schweiger 1082; Cupaiuolo 1312) (Details: Latin text with facing Dutch prose translation. At the end 50 pages with notes in Latin. Engraved frontispiece, executed by M.V.S. This is the Dutch engraver Mathias van Somer, also known Mathias van Someren, or Sommeren. (See for him: Chr. Kramm, De levens en werken der Hollandsche en Vlaamsche kunstschilders (..), p. 1542) Depicted are 3 female allegoric figures round a pedestal, Veritas armed with a flaming sword, masked Simulatio, and Prudentia, who holds a mirror. In the background a portrait of Terentius within an oval laurel wreath. Zwaerdecroon is spelled on the ...

€ 275,00
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TERENTIUS.
TERENTIUS.
TERENTIUS.
TERENTIUS.

TERENTIUS. Pub. Terentii Comoediae sex. Ex recensione Heinsiana. Leiden (Lugd. Batavorum), Ex officina Elzeviriana, 1635. 12mo. (XLVIII),304,(8 index) p., engraved title. Calf. 12 cm An excellent edition, an attractive binding, tasteful typography (Ref: Willems 433; Rahir 425; Berghman 2151; Schweiger 2,1065; Dibdin 2,472/73; Moss 2,671/72: 'one of the most beautiful'; Brunet 5,715/16; Graesse 6/1,59; Ebert 22507) (Details: Nice binding. Back ruled blind, and with 4 raised bands. Boards with blind double and triple fillet borders, and fleurettes. All three edges of the boards gilt. Edges of the bookblock dyed red. Title engraved by Cornelis Cl. Du(y)send, it depicts the Roman general Scipio Africanus in armour, while putting the pilleus, a felt hat, which was given to a slave at his enfranchisement as a sign of freedom, on the head of a half naked woman called 'Venus Afra', at her feet sits Amor. Since ...

€ 300,00
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TERENTIUS.
TERENTIUS.
TERENTIUS.

TERENTIUS. Terentii Comoediae sex. Accurate sanè & diligenter emendatae, annotationibusque Antonii Goueani illustratae. Venice (Venetiis), Apud Christophorum Gryphium, 1579. (Colophon at the end: Venetiis, Apud Christophorum Gryphium, 1579) 8vo. 175,(1 blank) leaves. Soft vellum 16 cm (Ref: Edit 16 CNCE 35035; USTC 858800; Not in Schweiger, Graesse, Ebert or Brunet) (Details: Woodcut printer's device of the Gryphius family on the title, depicting a griffin, which mythological animal symbolizes courage, diligence, watchfulness, and rapidity of execution, used as a pun of the family (of German origin) name Gryph or Greif. From the claws of this creature hangs a big rectangular stone, beneath which is a winged orb. The motto is: 'Virtute duce / comite fortuna', Apart from the preliminary leaves printed completely in italics. A woodcut, the same, at the beginning of each play. This title is rare. KVK (Karlsruher ...

€ 380,00
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TERENTIUS. P. Terentii Comoediae sex elegantissimae, cum Donati commentariis ex optimorum praesertim veterum exemplariorum collatione emendatae, atque scholiis exactissimis, a multis doctis viris illustratae, & nunc denuo a omnibus mendis purgatae. Basel (Basileae), Apud Nicolaum Brylingerum, 1561. 8vo. (XXVI),643,(1 blank) p. Pigskin binding, over wooden boards and dated 1565. 17.5 cm (Ref: VD16 T 456; cf. Schweiger 2,1059; cf. Renouard, Annales de l'imprimerie des Estienne, p. 43, no. 15; cf. Dibdin 2,470 for the Stephanus ed. of 1536) (Details: Contemporary blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards, dated 1565. Back with 3 raised bands, and its 4 compartments have blindstamped floral motives. The boards decorated with a triple blind-rolled frame; the outer frame comprising human figures, alternating with acanthus leaves; the central compartment of the upper board shows the female figure of Justice, who holds a sword and a pair of scales, below her 3 lines ...

€ 980,00
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TAURELLUS,N.
TAURELLUS,N.
TAURELLUS,N.

TAURELLUS,N. Carmina funebria quae magnorum aliquot, clarorumque virorum felici memoriae dicavit, Nic. Taur. Nüremberg (Noribergae), Typis Christophori Lochneri, 1602. 8vo. (38),(2 blank) p. Modern hardback 16 cm (Ref: VD17 23:284194Z) (Details: Title with floral borders. Woodcut initials) (Condition: Title leaf a bit foxed) (Note: Nicolaus Taurellus Montbelgardensis was born in Mömpelgard in 1547. He was a German philosopher, medicus doctor (Basel), and lutheran theologian. From 1580 he was professor für Medizin und Physik in Altdorf, where he died in 1606, struck by the Plague. In 1581 he published Medicae Praedictionis Methodus, and in 1596 Synopsis Aristotelis Metaphysices ad normam christianae religionis emendatae et completae. He produced also some Neolatin poetry, in 1595 appeared his Emblemata Physico-Ethica and the first edition of Carmina funebria. He composed these ...

€ 280,00
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TACITUS.
TACITUS.
TACITUS.
TACITUS.

TACITUS. C. Corneli Taciti Quae exstant opera. Recensuit J.N. Lallemand. Paris (Parisiis), Apud Desaint & Saillant, (...) typis J. Barbou, 1760. 12mo. 3 volumes: XXIV,444; (VI),480; 456 p., 3 frontispieces. Mottled calf. 16 cm (Ref: Schweiger 2,1004: 'L.'s Noten sind von Werth'; Dibdin 2,455: 'one of the most beautiful and correct of all his classics'; Moss 2,645: 'A pleasing and accurate little edition'; Graesse 6/2,10: 'Jolie edition dans laquelle le texte d'Ernesti (of 1752) a ete corrigé à l'aide d'un manuscript de Paris'; Ebert 22175; Brunet 5,636: 'Bon texte') (Details: Backs with 2 shields, and gilt with fleurettes. Edges of the boards and the bookblocks also gilt. Boards with triple fillet gilt borders. Marbled endpapers. The frontispiece of the first volume, designed by Ch. Eisen and executed by L. Lempereur depicts Tacitus in his study; Tacitus looks at a ...

€ 225,00
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TACITUS.
TACITUS.
TACITUS.
TACITUS.
TACITUS.
TACITUS.
TACITUS.

TACITUS. Alle de werken van C. Corn. Tacitus. In 't Hollandtsch vertaalt door den heer P.C. Hooft, Ridder van S. Michiel, Drossaardt van Muiden, en Baljuw van Goylandt. Amsterdam, By Henrik Wetstein & Pieter Sceperus; Leiden (Tot Leyden), By Daniel van den Dalen, Utrecht (Tot Utrecht), By Willem van de Water, 1704. Folio. (XXXII),528,(84) p., 14 fullpage engraved portraits, 8 folding plates. Vellum 38 cm (Ref: STCN ppn 189201355; Geerebaert CXXXVII,II,b; OiN 359; Schweiger 2,1028) (Details: Nice copy. Back with 5 raised bands. Faded & chafed red morocco shield in second compartment. Boards with blind ruled borders and central ornament. Title in red & black. A big engraved printer's mark on the title, depicting a bucolic scene, with 2 putti busy on a wetstone (Wetstein), and a shepherd with his flock in the background; the motto reads: 'Nutt en Vermaekelyk'. 14 magnificent full-page portraits of Roman emperors ...

€ 390,00
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TACITUS.
TACITUS.
TACITUS.
TACITUS.
TACITUS.

TACITUS. C. Cornelius Tacitus, accurante Matthia Berneggero. Strassburg (Argentorati), Ediderunt Georgius Andreas Dolhopfius & Johannes Eberhardus Zetznerus, 1664. 8vo. (XVIII,1122,(2 blank)) p. Overlapping vellum 17 cm (Ref: VD17 547:695101K; Schweiger 2,1002; Dibdin 2,452; Moss 2,643; Graesse 6/2 9; Fabricius/Ernesti 2,398) (Details: 6 thongs laced through the joints. Engraved title, depicting an altar, left of which stands a Roman emperor, right a German warrior; on the surface of the altar the text 'Aeternitati', for Eternity; just above the altar hangs the globe, upon which stands an eagle with spread wings. This scene seems a combination of two Roman coins. It was perhaps made after the verso side of a coin struck by Constantine the Great in Trier in 321 A.D.; on this coin there is however no eagle; a scene consisting of a globe on which an eagle stands, is to be seen on a denarius of Caracalla, struck after 217 A.D. This ...

€ 210,00
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TACITUS.
TACITUS.
TACITUS.

TACITUS. C. Cornelius Tacitus, accurante Matthia Berneggero. Strassburg, (Argentorati), Ediderunt Haeredes Lazari Zezneri, 1638. 8vo. (XVIII,1123,(1 blank)) p. Vellum 17.5 cm (Ref: VD17 23:249104Z; Schweiger 2,1002; Dibdin 2,452; Moss 2,643; Graesse 6/2 9; Fabricius/ Ernesti 2,398) (Details: Fine contemporary vellum. 6 thongs laced through the joints. Engraved title, depicting an altar, left of which stands a Roman emperor, right a German warrior; on the surface of the altar the text 'Aeternitati', for Eternity; just above the altar hangs the globe, upon which stands an eagle with spread wings. This scene seems a combination of two Roman coins. It was perhaps made after the verso side of a coin struck by Constantine the Great in Trier in 321 A.D.; on this coin there is however no eagle; a scene consisting of a globe on which an eagle stands, is to be seen on a denarius of Caracalla, struck after 217 A.D.; this old eagle-and-globe ...

€ 400,00
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TACITUS. C. Cornelii Taciti Opera quae exstant. Ad exemplar quod I. Lipsius quintum recensuit. Seorsum excusi commentarii eiusdem Lipsii meliores plenioresque cum curis secundis, & auctariolo non ante adiecto. Guil. Barclayus praemetia quaedam ex vita Agricolae libavit. Adiecti sunt indices aliquanto ditiores. Paris (Parisiis), Apud Ioannem Gesselin, 1599. 8vo. (XVI),790,(2 blank),(24 index) p. Overlapping vellum 18.5 cm (Ref: Schweiger 2,1000; Dibdin 2,450/2; Ebert 22148; Graesse 6/2,8) (Details: This is the first part of a two volume edition of Tacitus; it contains the Latin text of Tacitus only, and lacks the commentary part. Vellum thong laced through joints at the head and tail of the spine; 4 thongs (partly) gone. Short title in ink on the back. Woodcut printer's mark on the title: depicting the winged mythological horse Pegasus (though cloven-hoofed), the motto in an oval reads: 'Sic aetas non retinenda fugit') ...

€ 230,00
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TACITUS. P. Cornelii Taciti equitis romani Annalium ab excessu Augusti sicut ipse vocat, sive Historiae Augustae, qui vulgo receptus titulus est, libri sedecim qui supersunt, partim haud oscitanter perlecti, partim nempe posteriores ad exemplar manuscriptum recogniti magna fide nec minore iudicio per BEATUM RHENANUM. (...) Libellus de Germanorum populis, Dialogus de oratoribus, denique Vita Iulii Agricolae, non solum emaculatius prodeunt, sed & explicatius adiunctis in hand rem scholiis. (...) Nec desunt aliorum in hunc autorem ante aeditae annotationes praefationesque sive Beroaldi seu Alciati. Basel (Basileae), In Officina Frobeniana, 1533. (Colophon at the end: 'Basileae, In Officina Frobeniana per Hieronymum Frobenium et Nicolaum Episcopium, 1533') Folio. (LXXII),492,(24) p. Half calf (late 19th century) 30 cm (Ref: VD16 T 13; Neue Pauly, Suppl. 2, p. 574; Schweiger 2,998/99; Dibdin 2,449/50; Moss 2,641; Fabricius/Ernesti 2,395; ...

€ 1800,00
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SYMMACHUS.
SYMMACHUS.
SYMMACHUS.

SYMMACHUS. Q. Aurelii Symmachi V.C.P.V et Cos. Ord. Epistolarum ad diversos libri X. Ex nova recensione Joh. Philippi Parei. Accesserunt etiam Electa Symmachiana, cum indice. (Bound with 2:) Calligraphia Symmachiana: in qua omnes phrases, & formulae elegantiores, quotquot exstant in gravissimo authore Q. Aurelio Symmacho Praef. Urb. In gratiam & usum Philologiae studiosorum, inprimis eorum, qui Principibus ab Epistolis esse cupiunt, per certos titulos locorum communium colliguntur, ac disponuntur, studio & opera Joh. Philippi Parei. (Bound with 3:) Electa Symmachiana: in quibus quicquid rerum memorabilium, antiquitatisque Romanae in gravissimo authore Q. Aurelio Symmacho Praef. Urb. continentur, sub certos titulos reales locorum communium refertur. Studio & opera Joh. Philippi Parei. (Bound with 4:) Lexicon Symmachianum. (...) Ad editionem, quae prodiit ex nova recensione Joh. Philippi Parei. Neustadt (Neapoli Nemetum), Impensis Joh. Caroli ...

€ 420,00
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SYMMACHUS. Q. Aurelii Symmachi (...) Epistolarum ad diversos libri decem. Ex bibliotheca Coenobii S. Benigni Divionensis magna parte in integrum restituti. Cura & studio Francisci Iureti, cuius etiam notae adiectae sunt, quibus & emendationum ratio redditur, & aliquot cum huius tum aliorum auctorum loci obiter illustrantur. Paris (Parisiis), Apud Nicolaum Chesneau, 1580. (Colophon at the end: 'Lutetiae, excudebat Henricus Thierry, X. Cal Maias, anno salutis 1580') 4to. 2 parts in 1: (XII),371,(1 blank);118,(16 index),(1 colophon, 1 blank) p. Calf. 23 cm (Ref: Schweiger 2,990; Graesse 6/1,538: Ebert 22072: 'erste vollständige Ausg. nach 2 Mss. und den Frühern Ausgg.'; Fabricius/Ernesti 3,208: 'Sed Iuretiana qua notas quidem principatum habet'; Neue Pauly Suppl. 2, p. 571) (Details: Back gilt and with 5 raised band. Woodcut printer's device of Chesneau on the title, depicting a oak, with a ...

€ 340,00
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SULPICIUS SEVERUS.
SULPICIUS SEVERUS.
SULPICIUS SEVERUS.

SULPICIUS SEVERUS. Kerkelyke Historie van Sulpicius Severus. Sedert des Weerelds aanvang, tot het vierhonderdste jaar na Christus geboorte; vervolgd tot den tijd van Keizer Karel den V. Uit het Latijn vertaald, en met uitvoerige aanmerkingen verrijkt door Pieter Rabus. Met privilegie van d'Ed. Gr. Mog. Heeren Staten van Holland en West-vriesland. Rotterdam (Te Rotterdam), By Barent Bos Boekverkooper, 1702. 4to. (XXXIV),560 p., frontispiece, 2 plates. Overlapping vellum 21 cm (Ref: STCN ppn 216756308; OiN 355) (Details: 6 thongs laced through the joints. Frontispiece by C. Huyberts, depicts Sulpicius in his study writing his 'Sacrae Historiae'. Title in red and black. Woodcut printer's mark on the title, depicting the goddess of wisdom Athena, surrounded by a great nummber of books; it's appropriate motto: 'Non curta supellex', 'not an ill-furnished mind/library'. The other 2 engraved plates show ...

€ 150,00
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SULPICIUS SEVERUS.
SULPICIUS SEVERUS.
SULPICIUS SEVERUS.
SULPICIUS SEVERUS.

SULPICIUS SEVERUS. Sulpitii Severi Opera omnia quae extant. Amsterdam (Amstelodami), Ex officina Elzeviriana 1656. 12mo. 333,(3) p. 19th century calf. 13 cm (Ref: STCN ppn 852876300; Willems 1207; 1526; Rahir 1233; Brunet 5,322; cf. Graesse 6/1,376; Ebert 21999; Schoenemann 2,391) (Details: Nice binding. Back with 4 raised bands. Engraved title, depicting Martinus of Tours on horseback ready to cut his cloak in two for a beggar) (Condition: Binding slightly worn. Bookplate on the front pastedown. Paper slightly yellowing) (Note: The Latin historian Sulpicius (or Sulpitius) Severus was born in Aquitania ca. 360 A.D. He organized under the influence of Bishop Martinus of Tours a sort of monastic life on his own estate for himself and his friends. His extant works are a vita S. Martini Turonensis, 'which is an apology for ascetism'; and this Sacrae Historiae, a kind of universal chronicle to A.D. 402, ...

€ 280,00
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