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Item Description: Glasgow, 1816. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Rebound in modern cloth; some smudging on the spines; Vol I has a small stain along the gutter of the first few leaves. Bookseller Inventory # 81394

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Item Description: Excudebant Amdreas & Jacobus Duncan MDCCCXVI (1816), Glasquae, 1816. hardcover. Book Condition: good-. First edition. Front Board Loose, Back Board loose, Back board has some book worm, Ex-library, covers worn, Volume 1, foxed, Volume II front board loose tears with a little loss to spine. Bookseller Inventory # AB2737

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Scapulae, Joannis

Published by Typographeo Clarendoniano (Clarendon Press), Oxonii (Oxford) (1820)

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Item Description: Typographeo Clarendoniano (Clarendon Press), Oxonii (Oxford), 1820. hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Reference book entirely in Latin and Ancient Greek. Contains many appendices and indices. Huge, thick, half-bound hardback with no jacket and decorative boards, with a green ribbon around whole. Boards are aged and worn with scoring and scuffing and worn, frayed edges; rear top and bottom edges are dented in one place each. Leading corners are weak, bent and fraying. Separation beginning at top of rear board by spine; front board is almost completely separated from spine. Slightly cocked. Leather spine itself faded, heavily scuffed and bumped and frayed at head and foot of spine, with some loss from a tear at top, but lettering legible. Page block very tanned with some scuffing. Pastedowns and endpapers foxed and grubby; blanks tanned and foxed as are most page edges. Title page creased, with pencilled name of owner on reverse. p.941-973 have dog-eared lower corners, leading to intermittent creasing of the same corner on some following pages until end. Pages are slightly warped from age but tightly bound considering; maybe 0.5-1% of pages have light, unobtrusive pencilled marginalia and underlining. Aside from age-related wear, grubbiness and sunning, content is all clear and the book has aged well overall. TS. Used. Bookseller Inventory # 253295

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Item Description: sumptibus Ioannis Antonii Hvgetan & Marci Antonii Ravard. Book Condition: Good. . Rebound. Rebound in marbled boards with Leather spine. Text is in very good condition. 365pp. First edition copy. . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # KLN0007785

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Vullers, Ioannes Augustus

Published by Graz, Akademische Druck- & Verlagsanstalt 1962 (= unveränderter Nachdruck der Ausgabe Bonn 1855 ff). (1962)

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Item Description: Graz, Akademische Druck- & Verlagsanstalt 1962 (= unveränderter Nachdruck der Ausgabe Bonn 1855 ff)., 1962. X, 965 / 1566 / VI, 136 S. 0 Gewicht in Gramm: 5500 4°. Original-Leineneinbände ohne Schutzumschläge, Bibliotheksexemplare mit Rückenschild und Signaturen / Stempeln (entwidmet), Rücken etwas verblaßt, Einbände und Schnitte teils fleckig, Ecken und Kanten teils bestoßen, ein Innengelenk mit kleiner Läsur, eine Seite mit minimaler Fehlstelle, Papier leicht gebräunt, insgesamt gut erhalten. Bookseller Inventory # 315990

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Item Description: sumptibus Ioannis Antonii Hvgetan & Marci Antonii Ravard. Book Condition: Good. . Rebound. Rebound in marbled boards with Leather spine. Text is in very good condition. 365pp. First edition copy. . . . Bookseller Inventory # KLN0007785

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Item Description: Glasguae Glasgow: Duncan Andrew & James, 1816. 2 vols. 4to., pp.[iv], x, [ii], col. 1966, pp. [i]; [ii], col. 432, pp. 472. Sporadic toning, occasional spots of foxing, small amount of marginal worming to vol. II not affecting text. Contemporary half tan calf, tan and black morocco labels to spines, gilt titles and fillets, marbled paper-covered boards, edges sprinkled brown. Spines scuffed with a few chips, joints a little creased but sound, boards lightly rubbed, edges worn, some foxing and offsetting to endpapers. Armorial bookplate of Thomas Mills to front paste-downs. Scapula's lexicon, arranged according to roots and language families rather than alphabetically, was first published in 1583 and much reprinted. It was a controversial publication initially, because Scapula had corrected the proofs for Estienne's great Thesaurus and supposedly stole much of the material for his own book, undercutting Estienne's edition with his own. Nonetheless both remain important works and this edition was produced for the academic market by the Duncan brothers, who had taken over the university press at Glasgow. Bookseller Inventory # 48609

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SCAPULAE, Joannis.

Published by Oxonii, e Typographeo Clarendoniano (Clarendon Press), (1820)

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Item Description: Oxonii, e Typographeo Clarendoniano (Clarendon Press), 1820. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Thick folio, modern half calf, title-page in red and black, spine gilt-lettered. A nice clean copy of a handsome and very useful book. Scarce. Bookseller Inventory # 4015

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SCAPULA, JOHN

Published by Sumtibus Ioannis Antonii Huguetan & Marci Antonii Ravaud, Lugduni (1663)

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Item Description: Sumtibus Ioannis Antonii Huguetan & Marci Antonii Ravaud, Lugduni, 1663. Folio, [12] and lexicon in double column and thus paged, vignette title page printed in red and black; half-title creased, else internally a nice copy with only small defects; contemporary full calf, joints and hinges cracked (cords holding), gilt spine quite rubbed and old morocco label with chips out. Brunet 10704. Bookseller Inventory # 1002

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Item Description: Leiden Elzevier & F Hackius, 1652. 0. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. Folio. 4 Bll., 1790 recte 1788 Sp., 60 nn. Bll., 61 nn. Bll., 1 w. Bl., 62 S., Sp. 63-366 recte 364. Leder. Ber. u. best., Rü. fachmännisch erneuert, alte Rü.-Fragmente aufgezogen. Gebr. u. fl., einige S. im Rand unterlegt, 1 S. m. kl. Rissen, Vorbesitzervermerk a. Vorsatzbl. Insgesamt guter Zustand. Auf Wunsch senden wir gerne ein Foto des Buches via E-mail Sprache: Deutschu 5,000 gr. Bookseller Inventory # 44578AB

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Item Description: ELZEVIR, Leiden, 1652. Half Calf. Book Condition: Very Good. 2 parts in one volume, over 2000 pages, printer's device on title, new half calf, title printed in red and black, title paage a bit dusty and some faint damstaining on bottom margin at front of book but a pleasing copy generally very crisp and clean. The largest Elzevir published. Size: FoIio. Bookseller Inventory # BIG/111

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Item Description: Amstelædami, : Apud Ioannem Blaeuw, & Ludovicum Elzevirium. , M. DC. LII, 1652. Editio nova accurata. Full contemporary aniline calf. Recased - very impressively finished. Raised bands, elaborate gilt tooling to the spine compartments. Minor generalized wear. Remains an exceptionally well-preserved example. Scans and additional biblio. Detail on request. ; 0 pages; Physical desc. : [8] p. , 1790 (i. E. 1788) columns, [242], 62 p. , 63-366 columns, [2] p. ; fol. Signatures: *4 A-4O6 4P8  A- I6  K8 ( K8 blank)  A- D6  E8  F- R6  S4 ( S4 blank) . Subject: Greek language - Dictionaries - Latin - Early works to 1800. Title page printed in red and black; printer's device with motto "Non solus" on title page. "Lexicon etymologicum linguae Graecae . Autore Joanne Harmaro": columns [249]-310 at end. Two columns to a page. Head- and tail-pieces &c. 4 Kg. 0 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 109707

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Item Description: Impensis Adolphi Marci, 1855-1864., Bonnae ad Rhenum:, 1855. 2 volumes. 4to. 965, [3]; x, [2], 1566 pp. Double columns, includes appendix and addenda & corrigenda. Early half-calf, marbled boards; neatly re-backed preserving original spines, rubbed, new endpapers. Very good. First and only edition; this is the most comprehensive study of Persian languages with translation into Latin. Beautifully printed with the Persian words and letters printed in the Tauchnitz-type, as well as Sanskrit and Zend in Lichtenberger-type. This is an exhaustive work âÇ" a culmination of many years devoted to the study of Persian languages. This Lexicon is one of the major works of the orientalist Johann August Vullers, who pioneered the methodic study and historical record of ancient Persian languages including Zend and Sanskrit. He was familiar with contributions from European scholars in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (such as John Richardson (1741-1811?), François Mesgnien Meninski (1623/1620-1698), Thesaurus Linguarum Orientalium, 1680). Vullers came from a school of young orientalists headed by Baron Antoine Isaac Silvestre de Sacy (1758-1838), who emerged as the founder of scientific Arabic studies in Europe. This lexicon was originally issued in fascicules beginning in 1853. The form of this two-volume set is the completed work issued between 1855 and 1864. A supplement was issued in 1867, not present here (vi, 136 pp.). In 1962 a reprint was issued. Johann August Vullers (1803-1880), born in Bonn, was professor of Oriental Languages at the University of Ludoviciana [now called the University of Giessen], Giessen, from 1833 till retirement, where he also passed away. He regarded Orientalism as a separate science. He was a versatile teacher, and served for almost half a century in GieÃčen. His main interests were Persian language and literature. His works include: Fragmente uber die Religion des Zoroaster (Bonn, 1831); Institutiones Linguae Persicae cum Sanscrita et Zendica Lingua Comparatae (GieÃčen, 1840-50, 2 vols.); Grammatica Linguae Persica (GieÃčen, 1870); Ferdawsi, Shah-nama, ed. J. A. Vullers as Firdusii Liber Regum., 3 vols., Leiden, 1877-84 âÇ" see: Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature ., Volume 2, by John McClintock, James Strong, p. 879-880; Ehsan Yar-Shater (ed.), Encyclopædia Iranica, Volume 13, Page 261. REFERENCES: Locations: British Library, Cardiff, University of Cambridge, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester, Oxford, St. Andrews, School of Oriental & African Studies, Trinity College Dublin. Bookseller Inventory # LV1878

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Lexico Graeco-Latinum, e probatis auctoribus locupletatum cum: SCAPULA, JOHANNES.

SCAPULA, JOHANNES.

Published by Joannes Blaeu & Ludovicum Elzevirium, Amsterdam (1652)

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Item Description: Joannes Blaeu & Ludovicum Elzevirium, Amsterdam, 1652. Folio, 4 preliminary leaves, lexicon in 1790 columns and thus paged, 119 leaves of indices, 1 blank leaf & 366 columns; printed in greek and roman letter; title printed in red and black, woodcut initials and ornaments; title-p. a little soiled else a nice copy in 20th century full paneled brown calf, gilt-lettered direct on blindstamped spine, sprinkled edges. "John Scapula was on the staff of the author and printer, Henri Estienne, whose great Greek Thesaurus was published at Geneva in 1572. Estienne had spent twelve years of his life in research on this work and in consequence it had to be very costly. Scapula decided to leave the firm and on doing so 'lifted' much of Estienne's material, which he incorporated into his own great lexicon, first published at Basel in 1580, at a cheap price. Scapula's work went through edition after edition, whereas the real author's work 'hung fire' and he was practically ruined" (Maggs Catalogue 891, item 382). "The two editions of 1652 are the most esteemed, and sell at a very high price - from their extraordinary rarity" (Dibdin). Bookseller Inventory # 26517

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SCAPULA, Johann

Published by Johann Blaeu, Amsterdam

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Item Description: Johann Blaeu, Amsterdam. hardcover. Thick folio, rubricated title, scattered foxing, old calf, front cover detached and spine damaged. Amsterdam/Johann Blaeu & LeidenElzevir, 1652. The text block is tight and complete but the binding is poor. Bookseller Inventory # 179628

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Item Description: Amstelædami, : Apud Ioannem Blaeuw, & Ludovicum Elzevirium. , M. DC. LII. Editio nova accurata. Full contemporary aniline calf. Recased - very impressively finished. Raised bands, elaborate gilt tooling to the spine compartments. Minor generalized wear. Remains an exceptionally well-preserved example. Scans and additional biblio. Detail on request. ; 0 pages; Physical desc. : [8] p. , 1790 (i. E. 1788) columns, [242], 62 p. , 63-366 columns, [2] p. ; fol. Signatures: *4 A-4O6 4P8  A- I6  K8 ( K8 blank)  A- D6  E8  F- R6  S4 ( S4 blank) . Subject: Greek language - Dictionaries - Latin - Early works to 1800. Title page printed in red and black; printer's device with motto "Non solus" on title page. "Lexicon etymologicum linguae Graecae . Autore Joanne Harmaro": columns [249]-310 at end. Two columns to a page. Head- and tail-pieces &c. 4 Kg. 0 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 109707

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Lexicon graeco-latinum e probatis auctoribus locupletatum, cum: SCAPULA IOANNES.

Item Description: Elzevier,, Amsterdam, 1652. Cm. 36, pp. (8) + colonne 1790, cc. 121 + pp. 365. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con marchio tipografico in xilografia. Solida ed elegante legatura (d'inizio Ottocento?) in piena pelle interamente decorata, dorso a nervi con titoli e ricchi fregi. Poche tracce d'uso. Esemplare genuino e ben conservato, impreziosito da una legatura assai decorativa. Si tratta dell'edizione più ricercata di questo classico nell'ambito della linguistica antica pubblicato in originale nel 1580. Le ultime 365 pagine contengono il testo dello Zwinger: Graecarum dialectorum Hypotyposis". Cfr. Brunet (V, 181); "Èdition trés bien exécutée et qui a eté lontemps la meilleure que l'on eut de ce Dictionnaire". Bookseller Inventory # 28088

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Item Description: Amstelaedami apud Ioannem Blaeuw et Ludovicum Elzevirum, 1652. Book Condition: Gut. Editio nova accurata.. [Titelblatt in rot und schwarz gedruckt mit Holzschnittdruckermarke "non solis", zahlreichen Zierstücken, Vignetten etc.][8] p., 1790 [i.e. 1788] in zweispaltigen Kolumnen., [121] Bl., 62 S., 63-366 [i. ed. 364] col.[1] f. Index vocabulorum quae in Iohannis Scapulae lexico explicantur": S. [1-118]. "Index dictionum et phrasium latinarum in lexicon Iohan. Scapulae. Opera & studio Laurentii Martii": p. [118-240]. - "Iacobi Zveringeri . Graecarum dialectorum hypotyposis": Graesse, VI, 290 (Var. Lugd. Bat.). Willems 706 ( Non solus: marq. typ. 3); "John Scapula was on the staff of the author and printer, Henri Estienne, whose great Greek Thesaurus was published at Geneva in 1572. Estienne had spent twelve years of his life in research on this work and in consequence it had to be very costly. Scapula decided to leave the firm and on doing so 'lifted' much of Estienne's material, which he incorporated into his own great lexicon, first published at Basel in 1580, at a cheap price. Scapula's work went through edition after edition, whereas the real author's work 'hung fire' and he was practically ruined" (Maggs Catalogue 891, item 382). "The two editions of 1652 are the most esteemed, and sell at a very high price - from their extraordinary rarity" (Dibdin)." Editionsgeschichte von alter Hand auf Vorsätzen notiert. Hinterer Deckel angeplatzt sonst gutes Exemplar in dekorativem Einband. gr Gewicht in Gramm: 4500 Folio. Ganzlederband der Zeit über 5 Bünden mit goldgeprägtem Titelrückenschild. Bookseller Inventory # 27125

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Item Description: Amstelaedami, Apud Ioannum Blaeuw, & Ludovicum Elzevierium, 1652. Folio. [8] p, 1790 columns, [234], [2], 365 p. Title printed in red and black. English binding in russia leather c. 1820. The boards panelled in gilt and blind with rolls, swags and corner tools, double gilt line on edges and a decorative roll on the turn ins. Spine ornately gilt in six panels between wide flat bands, lettered in second and fifth. Expertly rebacked and original spine re- laid, with a little loss at the head. Marbled endpapers and edges. A handsome copy of an important edition. Bookseller Inventory # 3908

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SCAPULA, JOHANNES.

Published by Joannes Blaeu & Ludovicum Elzevirium, Amsterdam (1652)

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Item Description: Joannes Blaeu & Ludovicum Elzevirium, Amsterdam, 1652. Folio, 4 preliminary leaves, lexicon in 1790 columns and thus paged, 119 leaves of indices, 1 blank leaf, plus 366 columns; printed in Greek and Roman letter; title printed in red and black, woodcut initials and ornaments; full crimson 18th century straight-grain morocco, gilt floral border on covers, gilt-decorated spine in 7 compartments, gilt-lettered direct in 1minor rubbing, corners bumped, bottom third of the front coverdarkened (from smoke?); otherwise a very good, sound, and handsome copy. "John Scapula was on the staff of the author and printer, Henri Estienne, whose great Greek Thesaurus was published at Geneva in 1572. Estienne had spent twelve years of his life in research on this work and in consequence it had to be very costly. Scapula decided to leave the firm and on doing so 'lifted' much of Estienne's material, which he incorporated into his own great lexicon, first published at Basel in 1580, at a cheap price. Scapula's work went through edition after edition, whereas the real author's work 'hung fire' and he was practically ruined" (Maggs Catalogue 891, item 382). "The two editions of 1652 are the most esteemed, and sell at a very high price - from their extraordinary rarity" (Dibdin). Bookseller Inventory # 42949

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Item Description: Elzevier Amsterdam 1652, 1652. Fort in-folio, (4 feuillets), 1790 colonnes, (121 feuillets, le dernier blanc) et 366 colonnes. Plein vélin ivoire rigide, décor dit à la Du Seuil en deux encadrements de filets dorés, au centre desquels s'inscrivent deux lions affrontés. Reliure hollandaise du temps. Très bel exemplaire de l'édition ancienne la plus estimée du Dictionnaire grec-latin de J. Scapula. J. Scapula, longtemps considéré comme Allemand par les bibliographes d'Outre-Rhin, est peut-être en réalité originaire de Savoie. Il fréquentait dans les années 1578-1579 le cercle des réfugiés protestants français à Lausannne qui se réunissaient chez Claude Aubery ; son nom français semble avoir été Jean Espaulaz. Ancien typographe dans l'atelier de Henri Estienne, Scapula s'est directement inspiré du Thesaurus de son maître, et fut même accusé par lui de plagiat, d'autant plus que les premières éditions de son ouvrage (1580, puis 1589, 1594 etc.) étant vendues bien meilleur marché que leur modèle, publié à Paris en 1572, lui faisaient une concurrence que l'on jugea déloyale. L'édition elzévirienne, réputée à juste titre pour sa correction, la finesse de ses caractères, le soin apporté à sa mise en page, et même la qualité de son papier, vise au contraire à l'excellence, et se montra très dispendieuse. La mise de fonds considérable amena plusieurs libraires-éditeurs à s'associer : Louis Elzevier et Johannis Blaeu à Amsterdam, Josua Kirton et Samuel Thomson à Londres ; l'officine des Elzeviers à Leiden fut quant à elle chargée de la typographie et de l'impression. Tous les volumes de l'édition portent sur le titre la marque dite "Non solus" des Elzeviers de Leiden, mais l'adresse des éditeurs est tantôt hollandaise, tantôt anglaise. On lit à la fin de l'index des mots latins, le colophon suivant : "Lugduni Batavorum, typis Bonaventurae et Abrahami Elzevieriorum, Academiae Typographorum. Anno 1652, Sumptibus Societatis." Le caractère grec utilisé par les Elzeviers de Leiden est un Petit Romain 69 (en hollandais : descendiaan) très frais et finement gravé, dont le modèle est issu des caractères de Granjon. (Willems, n°706 : "L'édition elzévirienne, publiée par les soins de C. Schrevelius, a été longtemps la meilleure que l'on eût de ce dictionnaire, et se vendait fort cher, avant les réimpressions qui en ont été faites. Elle a été reproduite ligne pour ligne à Oxford, e typographeo Clarendoniano, 1820, in-folio"). Bookseller Inventory # 463

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