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Sylberg, Friedrich
ΕΤΥΜΟΛΟΓΙΚΟΝ ΤΟ ΜΕΓΑ... ETYMOLOGICON MAGNUM, SEU MAGNUM GRAMMATICAE PENU. [HEIDELBERG]: HIERONYMUS COMMELIN, 1596
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Sylberg, Friedrich
ΕΤΥΜΟΛΟΓΙΚΟΝ ΤΟ ΜΕΓΑ... ETYMOLOGICON MAGNUM, SEU MAGNUM GRAMMATICAE PENU. [HEIDELBERG]: HIERONYMUS COMMELIN, 1596
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Sylberg, Friedrich
ΕΤΥΜΟΛΟΓΙΚΟΝ ΤΟ ΜΕΓΑ... ETYMOLOGICON MAGNUM, SEU MAGNUM GRAMMATICAE PENU. [HEIDELBERG]: HIERONYMUS COMMELIN, 1596
folio (355 x 220mm.), woodcut printer's device on title-page, contemporary calf with gilt stamped centrepiece (a Heidelberg binding?), occasional light browning or staining, some small stains, small hole in gutter of E4, binding rebacked and repaired at edges
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Frontonus, name on title-page, probably the Jesuit Fronton du Duc (1558-1624), a Greek scholar who taught at Pont-à-Mousson; Jesuits of Pont-à-Mousson, inscription on title-page (crossed through); Jesuit college of Paris, inscription at head of title-page; Mure of Caldwell, bookplate (probably William Mure, 1799-1860, scholar and politician); Dominican Fathers, Edinburgh, ink stamp on title-page

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VD16 S10347

相關資料

Presentation copy from the printer to Frontonus, inscribed on the title-page (in a fine humanist hand) "R.V.D. Frontoni Typographus, D[onum].D[edit]." Some copies have a list of authorities cited on the verso of the title-page, not here present (nor does it appear in the Berlin copy).

Sylburg learned Greek in Paris under Henri Estienne and was a corrector and editor of Greek texts in Frankfurt before becoming librarian to the Elector Palatine in Heidelberg in 1591. He died in 1596. The text for this Etymologicon was based on that of Marcus Musurus, originally printed in Venice by Kallierges in 1499, and it retains Musurus' preface as well as Federico Torresani's later one from 1549 (UCLA 1036).

中世紀與文藝復興時期手稿及歐陸與俄羅斯古籍

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