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Exercitationes philologicae, in quibus novi foederis loca nonnulla ex auctoribus graecis illustrantur & exponuntur . editio secunda multis partibus aucta. Accedit dissertatio de etymologia graeca.

Bos, Lambert.

Published by Wibium Bleck, Franequerae, 1713
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Second edition: Greek etymology and New Testament commentary originally printed in 1700, written by a Dutch scholar and grammarian whose Ellipses Graecae (1702) was an important and oft-cited reference for Greek literary usage. The title-page of the first work here is printed in red and black; the ?Dissertatio de etymologia Graeca? has a separate half-title and pagination. 8vo (19.9 cm, 7.8"). [12], 305, [11 (index)], [2], 46 pp. Brunet, I, 1122. Contemporary vellum, spine with inked title; spine and edges mildly dust-soiled. All edges speckled red and blue. Front pastedown with institutional rubber-stamp; front pastedown torn and back pastedown lifted away from cover. Pages clean. Bookseller Inventory # 19660

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Title: Exercitationes philologicae, in quibus novi ...

Publisher: Wibium Bleck, Franequerae

Publication Date: 1713

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