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Item Description: Wien, 1862. XXIX, 137 S. la Gewicht in Gramm: 300 8°. Marmorierter Halbleineneinband, Bibliotheksexemplar mit Rückenschild und Stempeln (entwidmet), Rücken verfärbt, Einband teils lichtrandig, Ecken und Kanten teils stark bestoßen, Papier gebräunt und teils wasserrandig und staubfleckig, teils Anstreichungen und / oder kurze Anmerkungen, mehrere Seiten mit Eselsohren, insgesamt ordentlich. Bookseller Inventory # 1662

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Minucius Felix, Marcus.

Published by C. Geroldi Filium Bibliopolam Academiae 1867. (1867)

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Item Description: C. Geroldi Filium Bibliopolam Academiae 1867., 1867. Hardcover. Hardcover. 8vo. 137pp. Condition: Book - Very Good; Dustjacket - No dj. Bound in half blue cloth & marbled paper-covered boards. Bookseller Inventory # 7824

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Minucius Felix Octavius.

Published by Vindobonae (Wien) Gerold (1867)

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Item Description: Vindobonae (Wien) Gerold, 1867. XXIX(1), 137 S. HLn. d. Zt. m. leichter Rverg. (leicht berieben u. bestoßen, Kapitale mit kl. Läsuren). Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum (CSEL). Vol. II. - Teils etwas stockfleckig, NaV. Bookseller Inventory # [Order-N° 68598]

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Minucius Felix ; Halm, Karl [Ed]

Published by Gerold, Wien (1867)

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Item Description: Gerold, Wien, 1867. Book Condition: Good. xxix 137p original paperback, very well preserved, Robertson Smith donation bookplate, light library markings, very good indeed, first edition thus, this title was published in the series Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum. Bookseller Inventory # PAB 168182

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Item Description: Wien: Gerold, 1867. XXIX/137 S., priv.HLn. (3-4/fest gebundenes Bibl.Ex. ohne Unterstreichungen/ Papier fleckig) (CSEL 2). Bookseller Inventory # A-37323-01

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Item Description: Vindobonae. Book Condition: Used - Very Good. 1867. Three quarters calf with marbled paper covered boards, 8vo., 135 pp. Decorative gilt and gilt title on spine, still bright though calf is worn. Edge-wear , including some chipping. All edges marbled, marbled end papers. Foxing per usual. Ex-library with minimal marking (plate to fpep). Exterior is worn, text is clean and binding sound. Very good. Bookseller Inventory # Q05854

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Item Description: Vindobonae, 1867, Or.wrps., XXIX, 137 pp. Some brownings. Ex lib copy. Bookseller Inventory # 56086

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Item Description: Wien C Gerold, 1867. 29, 137 S. (Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum 2 = CSEL 2). Hlwdbd d. Zeit (Kanten beschabt, Vorsätze leimschattig, etwas braunfleckig). Bookseller Inventory # 1313382

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Minucius Felix, Marcus

Published by C Geroldi, Vienna (1867)

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Item Description: C Geroldi, Vienna, 1867. HARDCOVER. Book Condition: Very Good. Vienna: Apud C. Geroldi, 1867. (Corpus scriptorum ecclesiasticorum lainorum, Volume 2). XXIX, 137pp., Hardcover, original marbled boards with cloth spine, Very Good condition. A few marginal notes in light pencil. Bookseller Inventory # 50031

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Item Description: Firenze La Nuova Italia Editrice. Rilegati. Book Condition: Ottimo (Fine) Ottime. maddalena thucydidis historiarum liber primus (3 voll. cpl.) russo hesiodi scutum pastorino iuli firmici materni de errore profanarum religionum - la nuova italia.jpg. Firenze La Nuova Italia Editrice Ottime Rilegati. Bookseller Inventory # 0000000004493

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Item Description: Wien 1866,1867,1875. 3 Bde in 1. Hpergament. xiv,278,xxix,137,xx,352 Ss. (CSEL.1,2,4). Bookseller Inventory # 103007

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Item Description: Ex Officina Hackiana, Lugduni Batavorum (Leida, Olanda), 1672. 8° (cm. 20) piena pelle '800 con filetto oro ai piatti, nervi e fregi al dorso, (qc. spellatura e traccia d'uso), pp. (46), 352; 64, (30). Bella antiporta figur., marca xilogr. al frontesp. Buona ediz. di uno dei primi apologisti cristiani, contemporaneo di Tertulliano, in ottimo esemplare. Bookseller Inventory # 18594

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Item Description: Ioannis Maire, Lugduni Batavorum 1652. (38), 140, 36, 212, (24), 56 pp. Full leather, worn boards. Interior in a nice and clean condition. 21x16 cm. Owner signatures. Bookseller Inventory # 23088

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Item Description: Lugduni Batavorum, : Ex Officinâ Hackiana,, (Leiden), 1672. 8vo., full contemporary vellum with the title in ink on the spine, [46], 352, 64, [29] . With an additional engraved titlepage. Spine a bit darkened, vellum slightly soiled but o/w a near fine copy. Marcus Minucius Felix, [born , Africa?—died c. 250, Rome], one of the earliest Christian Apologists to write in Latin. A Roman lawyer, he wrote the Octavius, a dialogue on Providence and Christianity in general, between the skeptic pagan Caecilius Natalis and the Christian Octavius Januarius, Minucius’ friend. Written for educated non-Christians, the arguments are borrowed chiefly from Cicero, especially his De natura deorum ("Concerning the Nature of the Gods"), and Christian material, mainly from the Greek Apologists. (Ency. Brit). Bookseller Inventory # 34394

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Item Description: Hackiana., Lugduni Batavorum., 1672. In 16°, p. perg. no coeva (settecentesca), cc.nn. 24 + pp. 352 + 64 ( De errore profanarum.) + cc.nn. 15 di index. Antip. con pregevole e ricca inc. a tutta p. Front. fig. Il front. e le pp. 1e 41 presentano la mancanza di un lembo (tagliato) che tuttavia non interessa il t. Raro. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 15% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era € 390,00 euro. Bookseller Inventory # 23639

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M. Minucii Felicis Octavius. Cum integris omnium: MINUCIUS FELIX.
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Item Description: Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Ex officina Ioannis Maire, 1652., 1652. 4to. (38),44,(2),46,140,36,32,212,(23),56 p. Overlapping vellum 20.5 cm (Ref: STCN p.p. 840085141; Breugelmans 1652:10B; Schoenemann I,71; not in Brunet; Graesse 4,534; Ebert 14107) (Details: Title in red & black. Engraved printer's mark on the title depicting a farmer stamping a shovel into the ground, he is flanked by a woman holding a cornucopiae, and a woman holding an ancre, above the head of the farmer the motto: 'fac et spera'. According to Breugelmans there are 2 issues of this edition: 1652:10A and 1652:10B; 10A shows on the title 3 lines printed red, and 10B (our copy) has 5 lines printed red; 10B also has 2 cancels (leaves *2 and E4); in our copy these 2 leaves have not been cancelled; our copy is conform the copy in the University Library of Leiden, UBL 503 C 2) (Condition: Cover somewhat soiled. Small ink stain, only touching the top of the right upper corner of the first 30 pages; small ownership inscription on the title. Some gatherings browning. Some small spots of paper near the inner gutter of the front pastedown eaten away; our copy lacks leaf pi2, the leaf after the title, showing the table of contents) (Note: The Octavius is a dialogue in defence of the christian religion, and perhaps the oldest literary work of christian Latin. It was written by Minucius Felix, who lived in the second or third cent. A.D. In it he tries to prove that christian principles were not contrary to pagan culture, and that the Greek and Roman philosophers paved the path for christianity. The inspiration seems to come from Cicero's dialogue 'De Oratore'. The dialogue starts with Minucius’ recollections of the friendship he had with the recently deceased christian advocate Octavius. The setting is Ostia, 'amoenissima civitas' (1,2). Minucius, Octavius Januarius, and the heathen Caecilius have come there to enjoy their holiday, free from 'iudicariam curam'. Caecilius then launches a vehement attack upon the christians and their doctrines. It is the opinion of Octavius that no honorable Roman (Non boni viri est), to leave a friend in the darkness of ignorance. He ridicules the folly of heathen fables, and proves the existence providence and of God. Octavius warmly praises the purity, courage and other virtues of the christians. At the end Caecilius acknowleges himself vanquished and converted. § Jacobus Ouzelius (Oiselius), 1631-1686, born as Jacques Oisel (Oesel) in Dantzig, was only 21 when he edited this book. Although destined for a commercial career, he chose to study classical literature in Leyden. Later he switched to law and became professor of law in Groningen. He also edited Gaius and Gellius. (Van der Aa, vol. 14, p. 59) Ouzelius says in the 'praefatio' that he hopes that the reader will forgive him any mistakes, without 'livor' and 'maledicentia'. He dedicates the book to Queen Christina of Sweden. Well, if we may believe Schoenemann, Christina had reason for complaint. Schoenemann is very critical about Ouzelius. He calls him a 'futilissimus commentator'. 'Omnia apta inepta incredibile stupore et imprudentia corrosa sunt'. The value of this edition lies in the printed commentaries of previous commentators. The reader should skip the 212 p. filled with notes by Ouzelius, and consult the presented notes of Nicolaas Rigaltius (32 p.), or Desiderius Heraldus, or the 'liber commentarius ad M. Minucii Felicis Octavium' by G. Elmenhorst (140 p.), or the notes of J.A. Wouwer (46 p.). Nic. Rigaltius, (Rigault) 1577-1624 (See Sandys 2,283); Desiderius Heraldus, ca. 1579-1649, professor of Greek at Sedan (See Sandys 2,287). J.A. Wowerius, 1574-1612, was a pupil of Scaliger, and helped him with his Petronius edition. Wowerius published his edition and commentary earlier in 1603 at Copenhagen (See Sandys 2,287). Elmenhorst published in 1612 at Hamburg a text and commentary on Minucius Felix (See Schoenemann I,71). § At the end has been added 'De errore profanarum religionum' by Julius Firmicus Maternus, edited by Wowerius, with his co. Bookseller Inventory # 130151

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Item Description: Lugduni Batavorum: ex officina Ioannis Maire, 1652. In-4 (20 cm) (40) 44 (2) 46 140 36 32 212 (24) 56. Vignetta allegorica calcografata al frontespizioata in rosso e nero: Contadino lavora la terra con a fianco l'Abbondanza e la Speranza: "Fac et spera" incisa da Cornelis van Dalen. Qualche capolettera inciso. Piena pelle con fregi e caratteri dorati al dorso a cinque nervi. Tagli rossi. Unghiature con fregi dorati. Piccole mancanze ad entrambe le cuffie. Minucio Felice Marco: Retore e apologeta cristiano del II o del III secolo d. C. di origine africana, visse a Roma, ove esercitò la professione di avvocato, convertendosi al cristianesimo in tarda età. 17mo secolo. Bookseller Inventory # ANT2530

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Octavius, Cum integris omnium Notis ac Commentariis,: MINUCIUS Felix Marcus
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Item Description: Joannes Maire, 1652. Couverture rigide. - Joannes Maire, Leiden (Leyde) 1652, in 4 (15,5x20,5cm), 7 parties (XL), 44 , (II), 46 , 140 , 36 , 32 , 212, (48) ,56pp., relié. - Edition originale. Le texte de Minucius, Octavius, fut édité pour la première fois en 1560, mais non sous sa forme définitive donnée ici par Jacques Oisel. Très nombreuses citations et remarques en grec. Une grande vignette de titre signée Dalen. Page de titre rouge et noire. Reliure en pleine basane brune d'époque granitée. Dos à nerfs orné. Coiffes élimées. Mors fendu en tête. Manque à une bordure. Felix Minutius (seconde moitié du 2e siècle ap. J. C.) est un des premiers, sinon le premier des apologistes chrétiens latins. Il est exclusivement connu pour être l'auteur du texte présent Octavius, une apologie du Christianisme sous la forme d'un dialogue entre un païen et un chrétien (rappelant les Tusculanes de Cicéron), dans un style vigoureux et élégant. L'édition adjoint plusieurs textes à l'Octavius, Les prolégomènes de François Balduin, les Remarques de Jean A Waver, les Commentaires de Geverhart Elmenhorst, ceux de Desiderius Heraldus, les Observations de Nicolas Rigault et les Animadversiones de l'éditeur lui-même, Jacques Oisel. Edition richement et diversement commentée sur l'histoire des premiers chrétiens sous l'empire Romain, et sur les historiens relatant ce qui concerne les premiers chrétiens. NB : Cet ouvrage est disponible à la librairie sur demande sous 48 heures. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Le texte de Minucius, Octavius, fut édité pour la première fois en 1560, mais non sous sa forme définitive donnée ici par Jacques Oisel. Très nombreuses citations et remarques en grec. Une grande vignette de titre signée Dalen. Page de titre rouge et noire. Pleine Basane brune d'époque granitée. spine à nerfs orné. spine-ends élimées. Mors fendu en tête. Manque à une bordure. Felix Minutius (seconde moitié du 2e siècle ap. J. C.) est un des premiers, sinon le premier des apologistes chrétiens latins. Il est exclusivement connu pour être l'auteur du texte présent Octavius, une apologie du Christianisme sous la forme d'un dialogue entre un païen et un chrétien (rappelant les Tusculanes de Cicéron), dans un style vigoureux et élégant. L'édition adjoint plusieurs textes à l'Octavius, Les prolégomènes de François Balduin, les Remarques de Jean A Waver, les Commentaires de Geverhart Elmenhorst, ceux de Desiderius Heraldus, les Observations de Nicolas Rigault et les Animadversiones de l'éditeur lui-même, Jacques Oisel. Edition richement et diversement commentée sur l'histoire des premiers chrétiens sous l'empire Romain, et sur les historiens relatant ce qui concerne les premiers chrétiens. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! 7 parties (XL), 44 , (II), 46 , 140 , 36 , 32 , 212, (48) ,56pp. Bookseller Inventory # 18247

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Item Description: Ex Officinâ Ioannis Maire, Paperback. Book Condition: ANCIEN. in-8 de 20 fnch.-44-1 fnch.-46-140-36-32-212-12 fnch.-56 p., p. de titre en rouge et noir avec grav. à leau-forte de C. v. Dalen, plein veau porphyre, dos à nerfs orné frotté, triples filets dorés sur les plats, filet à lor sur les coupes frottées, roulette à lor intérieure, tranches jaspées en bleu nuit, ruban-signet en soie rouge, coiffes et coins usés, mors partiellement fendus, étiquette de possession manuscrite ancienne AM Macault de La Cosne collée au premier contre-plat, [exemplaire collationné]. [latin - grec], Bookseller Inventory # A6375-953

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