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Quintilianus - Bonnell, Eduard

Published by Lipsiae sumptibus et typis B.G. Teubneri . (1854)

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About this Item: Lipsiae sumptibus et typis B.G. Teubneri ., 1854. XXII, 285 u. XVIII, 315 S. Pp. m. hs. Rückentitel. Einbd. an Kanten u. Ecken bestoßen. Hs. Eintragungen m. Tinte auf Vorsatz hinten. Papier teilw. stärker braunfleckig. Rücken im Falz oben etwas eingerissen (ca 1 cm). Index nominum propriorum. K08754. Seller Inventory # 206242

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Quintilian. Winterbottom, M., Ed.

Published by Clarendon Press, Oxford (1970)

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About this Item: Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1970. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Oxford Classical Text. Vol. 2 only. Name of Bernard Knox on front end paper. Seller Inventory # 35765

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Quintilianus, M. Fabius und Karl Gottlob Zumpt:

Published by Lipsiae, Sumptibus Frid. Christ. Guil. Vogelii, (1831)

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About this Item: Lipsiae, Sumptibus Frid. Christ. Guil. Vogelii, 1831. 1. Aufl.. 621 S. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 900 8°, Kartoneinband der Zeit, Einbandkanten berieben, guter Zust. Seller Inventory # 43302

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L. Annaei Senecae Dialogorum Libri Duodecim : Seneca, Lucius Annaeus

Seneca, Lucius Annaeus

Published by Oxon II E Typographeo Clarendoniano, U.K. (1977)

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About this Item: Oxon II E Typographeo Clarendoniano, U.K., 1977. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. First Edition. IN LATIN. Recognovit Brevique Adnotatione Critica Instruxit L D Reynolds. Philosophy. xx, 327 pages, size 7.5 inches tall by 4.75 inches with an index. Book - in Fine [much better than Very Good] blue boards with gilt lettering. Contents, clean, bright and tightly bound. Text is in Latin. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 201-750 grams. Category: Language & Linguistics; Latin Language; Philosophy. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 003942. Seller Inventory # 003942

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Augustinus, Aurelius:

Published by Paderborn: Verlag Ferdinand Schöningh 1961., (1961)

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About this Item: Paderborn: Verlag Ferdinand Schöningh 1961., 1961. L, 265 S. Orig.-Leinenband mit Schutzumschlag. Ein gut erhaltenes Exemplar mit nur leichten Gebrauchsspuren. Textsauberes Buch aus einem Nichtraucherhaushalt. Sprache: Deutsch. Seller Inventory # 2553

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BONELL (Eduard)

Published by Lipsiae, F.C.G. Vogel, 1834. (1834)

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About this Item: Lipsiae, F.C.G. Vogel, 1834., 1834. Couverture souple. Condition: Bon. 1ère édition. Fort in-8° br. sous couv. d’attente recouverte d’un papier bleu moderne, LXXXIV-1042pp.-[1]f. Papier bruni, avec rousseurs. Rare exemplaire tel que paru, non coupé. Livre d'occasion. Seller Inventory # 508273

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About this Item: Göttingen, Abram Vandenhoeck, 1738. Hardcover. Condition: Gut. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. XVI, 640, 240 pages; privately bound in half leather, schöne marmorierte Vorsätze; Einband mit stärkeren Gebrauchsspuren und bestossen; aus der Bibliothek Schering mit Vermerk "18.10.1827: Auf einer Auktion erstanden"; very rare. Seller Inventory # 2015-007027

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About this Item: Artemis 1981-1983, München, 1981. Hardcover. Condition: Gut. Erste Ausgabe. 697 S., 1 Blatt; 499; 738 S., 1 Blatt. Orig.-Leinenbände. Ein gut erhaltenes Exemplar mit nur leichten Gebrauchsspuren. Seller Inventory # 003297

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Quintilian

Published by Londini : impensis J. & P. Knapton (1738)

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About this Item: Londini : impensis J. & P. Knapton, 1738. First Edition. Good copy bound in contemporary gilt-blocked calf over buckram boards. Remains preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. Provenance; from the library of the Right Honorable Sir John Trollope Bart M.P. with his bookplate. Physical description; xxvi, [10], 526, [38] p. ; 8o. Notes; See detail records for Notes relating to this item. Subjects; Quintilian. Institutes of the orator. Adapted for use in schools. Carles Rollin. Genre; Textbooks - 18th century. 526 pp. Seller Inventory # 241596

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Quintilian

Published by Londini : impensis J. & P. Knapton (1738)

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About this Item: Londini : impensis J. & P. Knapton, 1738. First Edition. Good copy bound in contemporary gilt-blocked calf over buckram boards. Remains preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. Provenance; from the library of the Right Honorable Sir John Trollope Bart M.P. with his bookplate. Physical description; xxvi, [10], 526, [38] p. ; 8o. Notes; See detail records for Notes relating to this item. Subjects; Quintilian. Institutes of the orator. Adapted for use in schools. Carles Rollin. Genre; Textbooks - 18th century. Hardcover Kg. 526 pp. Seller Inventory # 241596

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Opuscula quae ad Grammaticam spectant, omnia, in: Drusius, Johannes:

About this Item: Franekerae, Aegidius Radaeus, 1609. 4 unn. Bll., 152; 55; 4 unn. Bll.; 95 S. Einband berieben, bestoßen und mit etwas Verlust des Überzugpapiers. Innen immer wieder etwas fleckig. Insgesamt guter Zustand. "Johannes van den Driesche [or Drusius] (28 June 1550 – February 1616) was a Flemish Protestant divine, distinguished specially as an Orientalist, Christian Hebraist and exegete. He was born at Oudenarde, in Flanders. Intended for the church, he studied Greek and Latin at Ghent, and philosophy at Leuven; but his father having been outlawed for his religion, and deprived of his estate, retired to England, where the son followed him in 1567. He found a teacher of Hebrew in Antoine Rodolphe Chevallier, with whom he resided for some time at Cambridge. In 1572 he became professor of Oriental languages at Oxford. Upon the pacification of Ghent (1576) he returned with his father to their own country, and was appointed professor of Oriental languages at the University of Leiden in the following year. In 1585 he removed to Friesland, and was admitted professor of Hebrew in the university of Franeker, an office which he discharged with great honour till his death. He acquired a reputation as a professor, and his class was frequented by students from all the Protestant countries in Europe. He was learned in Hebrew and in Jewish antiquities; and in 1600 the states-general employed him, at a salary of 400 florins a year, to write notes on the difficult passages in the Old Testament; but this work was not published until after his death. As the friend of Jacobus Arminius, he was charged by the Contra-Remonstrant party with unfairness in the execution of the task, and the last sixteen years of his life were therefore marred by controversy. He carried on an extensive correspondence with the learned in different countries; for, besides letters in Hebrew, Greek and other languages, there were found amongst his papers upwards of 2000 written in Latin. He had a son, John, who died in England at the age of twenty-one, and was accounted a prodigy of learning. He had mastered Hebrew at the age of nine, and Scaliger said that he was a better Hebrew scholar than his father. He wrote a large number of letters in Hebrew, besides notes on the Proverbs of Solomon and other works. Jean-Noël Paquot states the number of the printed works and treatises of the elder Drusius at forty-eight, and of the unprinted at upwards of twenty. Of the former more than two-thirds were inserted in the collection entitled Critici sacri, sive annotata doctissimorum virorum in Vetus et Novum Testamentum (Amsterdam, 1698, in 9 vols folio, or London, 1660, in 10 vols. folio). Amongst the works of Drusius not to be found in this collection may be mentioned: Alphabetum Hebraicum vetus (1584, 4to) Tabulae in grammaticam Chaldaicam ad usum juventutis (1602, 8vo) An edition of Sulpicius Severus (Franker, 1807, 12mo) Opuscula quae ad grammaticam spectant omnia (1609, 4to) Lacrymae in obitum J. Scaligeri (1609, 4to) Grammatica linguae sanctae nova (1612, 4to)." (Wikipedia) Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1100 19 x 15 cm, Halbpergament mit umlaufendem Rotschnitt. Seller Inventory # 22432

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TRALLES, Alexandre, de (Fut, sans doute, le plus grand de tous les médecins byzantins - l525 - 605 - Né à Tralles , en Lydie, près de la vieille ville d'Ephèse en Asie Mineure, il était lui aussi fils de médecin. Son frère aîné n'était autre que l'illustre architecte Anthémios qui avec Isidore de Milet, édifia en cinq ans à la demande de Justinien, la grandiose basilique de la Sainte-Sagesse à Constantinople. Alexandre fut surnommé le "périodeute" pour avoir parcouru le monde antique au cours des campagnes de l'Empereur et de Bélmisaire qu'il accompagnait en qualité de médecin militaire. Il partagea ensuite son temps entre Rome et Byzance et vécut près de quatre-vingts ans jouissant d'une extraordinaire renommée et groupant de nombreux élèv

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About this Item: Argentorati, Ex officina Remigii Guedonis 1549 - fort in-12 de 24 ff.- 662 pp.- 1f. -Reliure post. (XIXe) demi-basane - Edition originale de la traduction latine donnée par Jean Gonthierd’Andernac (1505-1574) des oeuvres du célèbre médecin byzantin qui accordait une importance particulière à la diététique. La fin du volume est occupée par la traduction du Traité de la Peste dumédecin arabe Rhazes - légère mouillure en tête - Bel exemplaireDurling 148, Garrison : History of Medecine 123-4 Livres. Seller Inventory # 15330

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QUINTILIANUS, Marcus Fabius.

Published by Gottingae apud Abram Vandenhoeck Acad. Typogr. M D CC XXXVIII. Göttingen (1738)

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About this Item: Gottingae apud Abram Vandenhoeck Acad. Typogr. M D CC XXXVIII. Göttingen, 1738. 4to, pp. [xxxvi], 640, [240] indexes; a fine copy in contemporary blindstamped vellum, spine lettered in gilt. Early Scottish armorial bookplate of Col. George Callander of Craigforth. First printing of this edition of Quintilian, and with a very rare lifetime reference to one of the greatest of all composers, Johann Sebastian Bach. In 1730 Johann Matthias Gesner (1691-1761) had been appointed Rector of the Thomasschule at Leipzig, where since 1723 Bach had been Cantor, and in a footnote to this edition of Quintilian, towards the end of book I, he smuggles in a description which not only pays tribute to his colleague but also describes his virtuoso performance at the keyboard. Addressing the shade of his author, Gesner notes: 'You would think but slightly, my dear Fabius, of all these if, returning from the underworld, you could see Bach (to mention him particularly, since he was not long ago my colleague at the Thomas-Schule), either playing our harpsichord, which is many citharas in one, with all the fingers of both hands, or running over the keys, of the instrument of instruments, whose innumerable pipes are brought to life by bellows, with both hands and, with the utmost speed, with his feet, producing by himself the most various and at the same time mutually agreeable combinations of sounds in orderly procession. If you could see him, I say, doing what many of your citharoedists and six hundred of your tibia players together could not do . watching over everything and bringing back to the rhythm and the beat, out of thirty or even forty musicians, the one with a nod, the other by tapping a foot, the third with a warning finger, giving the right note to one from the top of his voice, to another from the bottom, and to a third from the middle of it - all alone, in the midst of the greatest din made by all the participants, and, although he is executing the most difficult parts himself, noticing at once whenever and wherever a mistake occurs, holding everyone together, taking precautions together, and repairing any unsteadiness, full of rhythm in every part of his body - this one man taking in all these harmonies with his keen ear and emitting with his voice alone the tone of all the voices. Favourer as I am of antiquity, the accomplishments of our Bach, and of any others that there may be like him, appear to me to effect what not many Orpheuses, nor twenty Arions, could achieve' (p. 61, note 3). This remarkable tribute to the brilliance of Bach's playing and directing, interesting though it is, may not the only Bachian point about the book. It has been suggested by Ursula Kirkendale that his Musical Offering (1747) owes a great deal to Quintilian for its structure and that the sections are actually ordered according to the sequence set out in the Institutio Oratoria. If this is so, one could perhaps trace the idea to this very edition of Quintilian, which was surely known to him as having been edited by his colleague at the Thomasschule a decade before. See U. Kirkendale, 'The Source of Bach's Musical Offering' in Journal of the American Musicological Society 33 (1980), pp. 88-141. Seller Inventory # 18947

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About this Item: Venetiis : Aldus Manutius, 1505, 1505. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Octavo. Unpaginated. Collation: a-ff8 gg10, complete. Italic and some Roman type. Aldus' anchor and dolphin device to title and verso of final leaf. Very good quality modern morocco, gilt, minor tracks to first two and final two leaves. Bookplate to paste-down, 'Ex-Libris D. Lanselle'. [Not in Adams; Ahmanson-Murphy 91: Renouard, Alde, 49:4; EDIT 16 CNCE]. Pontanus was an Italian humanist and poet. He was a leading light in the Accademia Pontaniana, which was named after him following the death of its founder the poet Antonio Beccadelli. Printed in 1505, this is the first collected edition of his poems, including the first printing of his 'Urania', ambitious didactic composition in hexameters, embodying the astronomical science of the age. Also printed for the first time here is his astronomical work, 'Meteorum'. A second volume appeared in 1518. Seller Inventory # 034985

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M. Fabii Quinctiliani De institutione oratoria libri: Quintillian

About this Item: e Theatro Sheldoniano. Impensis Henrici Cruttenden, typographi, Oxoniae, 1693. First Gibson edition (edited by him at the age of just 24), small 4to, pp. [22], 645, [1], [72] indexes and emendations; contemporary full speckled paneled calf, red morocco label on gilt-decorated spine; small chip from one corner of the top of the spine, else a very good, sound copy. John Evelyn's copy, with the estate bookplate and his accession numbers on the front free endpaper. Seller Inventory # 24616

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