VERGARA, FRANCISCO AND JOANNES VARENNIUS
A volume containing several works on Greek grammar, comprising:
VERGARA, Francisco. De Graecae linguae grammatica libri quinque. Opus nunc primum natum et excussum. Paris: Jean Loys, 1545, 4 parts, without blank leaves d4 and d7-8, with blank leaves h4 and bb4, quire a misbound
VARENNIUS, Joannes. De Graecorum accentibus libellus. De prosodia, hoc est, tonorum atque spirituum ratione, fragmentum. Paris: Jean Loys, 1544
VERGARA. De dialectis liber, quo communis, Atticae, Ionicae, Doricae, atque aeolicae idiomata, et poetarum proprietates copiossisime recenset [part 5 of the Grammatica listed above]. Paris: Jean Loys, 1545, without blanks d7-8, lacking d6 with colophon
8vo (167 x 95mm.), woodcut printer's device on title-pages, ruled in red, seventeenth-century tan calf gilt, spine gilt in compartments with red morocco lettering-piece, red edges, extremities slightly rubbed
Francisco de Vergara was the respected professor of Greek at the Computensian University. His handbooks of Greek grammar were first published in Alcalá from 1526.
USTC 206710 & 153777
Joaquin de Yrizar, armorial bookplate
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