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L Mascialino

Published by Lipsiae (1964)

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About this Item: Lipsiae, 1964. Condition: Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP93419727

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Mascialino, L (Ed.)"

Published by Lipsiae in Aedibus B. G. Teubneri (1964)

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About this Item: Lipsiae in Aedibus B. G. Teubneri, 1964. "This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. ". Seller Inventory # 6709001

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About this Item: EEBO Editions, ProQuest, 2011. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG1240856423

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Kinkel, G.

Published by Teubner (1880)

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About this Item: Teubner, 1880. Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. Brown cloth binding. Some scuffs and marks to front and back boards. Title in gilt on backstrip. Bumped corners. Age toned pages., 300grams, ISBN: Seller Inventory # 6709008

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Mascialino, Lorenzo:

Published by Teubner (1964)

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About this Item: Teubner, 1964. Leinen. Zust: Gutes Exemplar. XIII, 80 S. Griechisch 184g. Seller Inventory # 446076

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Lycophron; Lorenzo Mascialino (Ed. )

Published by B. G. Teubner (1964)

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About this Item: B. G. Teubner, 1964. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Scholar's name to ffep (Martin Cropp). Else fine. ; Greek Text with Latin introduction and apparatus. Xiii, 80pp; Bibliotheca Scriptorum Graecorum Et Romanorum Teubneriana TEUBNER; 80 pages. Seller Inventory # 11662

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Lykophron

Published by Leipzig B G Teubner (1964)

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About this Item: Leipzig B G Teubner, 1964. (20,5 x 14,8 cm); 8°; XIII, 80 Seiten; Orig.-Leinenband. ( Bibliotheca Scriptorum Graecorum et Romanorum Teubneriana ). Kopfschnitt ist angestaubt. Vorsätze sind etwas stockfleckig. * Versand mit/ shipping with Deutsche Post oder/ or DHL. - Ask for more pics ! * 550 gr. Seller Inventory # a300105012

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Lycophron

Published by Leipzig Lebrecht Crusium (1788)

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About this Item: Leipzig Lebrecht Crusium, 1788. Guilielmi Canteri, paraphrasin, notas, indicem Graecum, e scholiis auctum, adiecit ac praefatus est Henric. Godofredus Reichardus, Oppbd.; 232 + Index + 42 S. Einleitung, guter Zustand. Seller Inventory # R2490lycophronos

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About this Item: Oxford, E Theatro Sheldoniano, 1697. Folio. [viii],[4],183,(1 blank),[26].[vi],174.[16 & 2 blank] pp. With frontispice by M.Burghers, and printers device on title page. Mottled calf, gilt spine w.raised bands (top of spine damaged; top of front hinge split; partly severely browned) Hoffmann II/569: "Der Text des Lycophron ist nach alten Ausgg. u. dem Codex Bodleianus verbessert; beigefügt ist Canter's lat.Übsz. Eben so sind die Commentare des Isaac Tzetzes sehr verb.u.vermehrt. Am Ende bef.sich Jos.Scaliger's lat.Übsz. in Jamben, die vortrefflich ist. Grossen Werth haben auch Canter's u. des Meursius Anm.". Seller Inventory # 129180

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About this Item: E Theatro Sheldoniano, Oxonii, 1697. Quarter Leather. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Oxonii: E Theatro Sheldoniano, 1697. First edition. Folio. Quarter leather. Frontispiece engraving. Engraved title page. Imprimatur Fitz-herb. Adams. iii. Lycophronis vita e suida, 2 pp. In hoc Libro continentur, 1 pp. Prolgeomena in Greek and Latin, 4 pp. Alexandra, in Greek and Latin, 145 pp. with notes and variants; Cassandra in Latin iambic, pp. 149-183. Index of Greek words, 22 pp. Index or words appearing in commentaries, 4 pp. Author index, 2 pp. Annotations to Cassandra by Gulielmi Canteri, 11 pp. Canteri prolegomena, 4 pp. Canteri annotations, 30 pp. in Latin. Epitome Cassandrae Graeco-Latina, 4 pp. Commentary on Cassandra by Johannis Meursii in Latin, 70 pp. Johannis Potteri commentary on Cassandra in Latin, 68 pp. Index of Canteri annotations in Latin, 4 pp. Index of Meursii commentary in Latin, 8 pp. Index of Potteri commentary in Latin, 6 pp. Corners rubbed. Solid hinges. Clear rag paper. Very good. Size: Folio. Seller Inventory # 016743

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LYCOPHRON

Published by Oxford (1697)

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About this Item: Oxford, 1697. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Ed. xii; 183; (xxviii) pages. Engraved frontispiece, woodcut on title. BOUND WITH . Lycophronis Chalcidensis Alexandra, Obscurum Poema. Cum Graeco Isaacii, seu Potius Joannis, Tzetzae Commentario . Joannes Potterus. 1702, second edition. x; 174; (xvi); (ii) pages. New endpapers with old lending label of the Devon & Exeter Institution on the front pastedown. Early calf boards rubbed at edges, with an old reback, front board now nearly detached again. A sound clean copy. First work in Greek and Latin. The second work is Scaliger's verse translation of the Alexandra into iambics Size: Folio. Book. Seller Inventory # A11675

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Lycophron; Joseph Juste Scaliger; Isaac Tzetzes; Willem Canter; John Potter.

Published by E Theatro Shedoniano, Oxford (1702)

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About this Item: E Theatro Shedoniano, Oxford, 1702. Buckram. Condition: Very Good. Second edition. Folio (32 cm); [16], 183, [1], [28], [6], 174, [18] pages, and full-page engraved frontispiece by Michael Burghers of a laurel-crowned Cassandra, standing before the walls of Troy in flames. Greek and Latin in parallel columns. Collation includes title page in Greek (with engraved vignette of the Sheldonian Theatre) and a second title page in Latin (with vignette of Oxford University's crest). Advertisement leaf at end. Bound in modern library buckram. Pages somewhat toned at edges, but text block is sturdy and without significant blemish. References: ESTC T107442; The Greek poets of the Hellenistic period (following the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BCE and lasting three hundred years until the establishment of the Roman Empire) have a reputation for indulging in an ornate and sometimes opaque style that we would later associate with Mannerist poets like Gongora or Marino. Lycophron's Alexandra (or Cassandra) may be the epitome of that style. Even Alexandrian scholars of the time referred to it as "the obscure poem." Wikipedia quotes a modern critic who says the Alexandra "may be the most illegible piece of classical literature, one which nobody can read without a proper commentary and which even then makes very difficult reading." That must be why in the opening line the poet says, "I will spell out everything clearly, whatever you ask, from the very beginning." The Wiki article continues, "The poem is evidently intended to display the writer's knowledge of obscure names and uncommon myths; it is full of unusual words of doubtful meaning gathered from the older poets, and long-winded compounds coined by the author. . It was very popular, and was read and commented on very frequently. Two explanatory paraphrases of the poem survive, and the collection of scholia by Isaac and John Tzetzes is very valuable." The Oxford edition by John Potter (later Archbishop of Canterbury) offered here includes the Tzetzes scholia, as well as an exuberant Latin version of the poem by Joseph Scaliger (first published in 1566, when Scaliger was 25 years old) and notes by Scaliger's friend Willem Canter. Potter first published the text in 1697, but only this second edition bears his dedicatory epistle to the German classical scholar (who taught at Utrecht) Johann Georg Graevius. Seller Inventory # 5654

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About this Item: Oxonii, E Theatro Sheldoniano. Oxford, Sheldonianus, 1697. V , 183 S., XIV pages p. With full page engraved frontispiece and engraved titelplate. Some repairs at inside spine mostly at the lower part untill page C2 Contemporary full calf with 5 raised bands and Blindtooled decoration on boards. Little folio. With some wear. Some tears between spine and boards. Lower 5 cm od spineleather missing. Seller Inventory # 8081225

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About this Item: Oxford (Oxonii), E Theatro Sheldoniano, impensis Joannis Oweni, 1702., 1702. Folio. (XVIII, including a frontispiece & a title in Greek):183,(1 blank),(28 index),(2),(4),174,(17 index),(1 blank) p. Vellum 33 cm (Ref: ESTC Citation No. T107442; Hoffmann 2,569; Dibdin 2,209/210; Brunet 3,1248; Sandys 2,356; Graesse 4,309; Ebert 12546: 'This 2nd edition is particularly scarce') (Details: 8 thongs laced through the joints. Red morocco shield on the back. The frontispiece, an engraving of 'M. Burghers', depicts Alexandra, she points at Troy in fire in the background. Burghers was one of the leading engravers of England during that period. The book has 2 titles, the first one is in Greek, and is adorned with an big engraving of the Sheldonian Theatre, also made by Burghers. The second title is in Latin, and has a woodcut printer's mark, which shows the wellknown coat of arms of the University of Oxford) (Condition: Vellum soiled. Boards somewhat outstanding) (Note: Lycophron, 3rd cent. BC, was called to Alexandria by King Ptolemaeus Philadelphos. There he wrote his Alexandra (or Cassandra), ca. 1474 iambic trimeters in which Kassandra (=Alexandra) tells about the fall of Troy, and the fates of the Greek and Trojan Heroes. Dibdin calls this edition 'beautiful' and the 'editio optima'. He cites Harwood, who declares this work to be 'an everlasting monument of the learning of the illustrious editor'. The illustrious editor was the learned cleric John Potter, 1674-1747, who later in life, in 1737, was appointed bishop of Canterbury. Young Potter corrected in this edition the commentaries of Tzetzes using 3 new manuscripts; he added indices, and annotations of himself. At the age of 14 Potter was sent to Oxford, University College. There he distinguished himself by his knowledge of Greek. Still a young man, in 1697, he produced his first edition of Lycophron. In 1698 Potter published his greatest success, the 'Archaeologia Graeca', which long remained a standard book for Greek students in Britain. In 1715 Potter produced his splendid edition of Clemens Alexandrinus. (Chalmers' Biography, 25,231) The first 146 p. of this 1702 edition contain the Greek text, with iuxtaposed the Latin prose translation of the Dutch classical scholar Willlem Canter (1545-1572), dating from 1566. The scholia are printed on the lower half of the page, together with the 'variantes lectiones' and the 'emendationes'. After the Greek text follows the metrical (iambico carmine) translation into smooth Latin made by J.J. Scaliger (1540-1609), which was published toghether with Canter's translation in 1566 in Basel. The second half of the book contains the notes (annotationes) of Canter and a specimen of Canter's versatility in Greek and Latin verse, the 'Epitome Cassandrae graeco-Latina, versibus Anacreontiis conscripta'. Added is also the commentary of the Dutch classical scholar Johannes Meursius (1579-1639), published in 1597 & 1599. At the end we find the commentary of John Potter himself) (Provenance: Small bookplate of the Swiss politician Karl Zeerleder, 1780-1851, on the front pastedown. Small blind stamped owner's mark of Mark Pattison, 1813-1884, in the right margin of the title. Pattison was like Potter a tutor at Lincoln College. In 1861 Pattison was elected rector. He is best known for his biography of the French classical scholar Isaac Casaubon, and for being Mr. Casaubon, a chief character in Middlemarch, the famous novel of George Eliot) (Collation: Frontispiece, pi2, a-b2, A-D2 E-2C4, 2D-2I2, chi1; *A-*Z4, *Aa4, *Bb2) (Photographs on request) (Heavy book, may require extra shipping costs) 4000 gr. Seller Inventory # 140119

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Callimachi Cyrenaei Hymni (cum suis scholiis Graecis): Callimachi Cyrenaei [Callimachus]

Callimachi Cyrenaei [Callimachus] [bound with] Lycophronis Chalcidensis [Lycophron]

Published by Excudebat Henricus Stephanus [Henri Estienne] [bound with] ExcudebatPaulus Stephanus [Paul Estienne] 1577 / 1601, Genevae (1577)

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About this Item: Excudebat Henricus Stephanus [Henri Estienne] [bound with] ExcudebatPaulus Stephanus [Paul Estienne] 1577 / 1601, Genevae, 1577. Full Vellum. Condition: Very Good. 2 works bound as 1. (xiv), 72, 134; (xiv), 211, 59 pp. Bound in 19th century full vellum with red ruled border-lines to front & rear boards. Lettering in dark brown ink to spine. Bevelled edges. All edges red. Marbled endpapers. Marks to vellum and spine somewhat darkened. Title pages with engraved printer's devices. Head and tail-pieces. Occasional light staining & foxing. Binding firm. Greek and Latin type. A VG copy. 8vo. Seller Inventory # 51265

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About this Item: Leiden (Lugduni Batavorum), Ex officina Ludovici Elzevirii. 1599., 1599. 8vo. (XVI),350,(18 index) p. Calf (19th century) 16 cm (Ref: Willems 39; Rahir 25; Berghman 835; Hoffmann 2,569; cf. Smitskamp, The Scaliger collection, no.93 for the first edition of 1597; Brunet 3,1247-1248; Ebert 12543; Graesse 4,309) (Details: Back elaborately gilt with four ornamental lozenges; brown lettering label; the covers are tooled with a triple gilt fillet border, cover edges gilt; edges of the paper marbled, marbled endpapers. The colophon on the last page reads: 'Lugduni Batavorum. Excudebat Ioannes Balduini. VIII. Kal. Maias. anno 1599') (Condition: Nice copy, some slight wear to the extremities, just a bit of rubbing to the joints. Some small, old ink marginalia. Last quire slightly browning, otherwise clean and fresh) (Note: Lycophron, 3rd cent. BC, was called to Alexandria in Egypt by King Ptolemaeus Philadelphos. There this tragedian wrote his Alexandra (or Kassandra), ca. 1474 iambic trimeters, in which Kassandra tells about the fall of Troy, and the fates of the Greek and Trojan Heroes. It is his only surviving work, which is full of the extreme and designed obscurity that the Alexandrians, who were fond of a style full of learned allusions and playful riddles, loved. Rose calls the Alexandra a monstruous riddle. 'In form it is the speech of a messenger, a servant of Priam, (.), coming to tell his master that Kassandra (= Alexandra) has just delivered a mysterious oracle. (.) The prophecy concerns the whole history of Troy, the Trojans and their descendants, together with the fates of the Greeks for many generations to come, and from beginning to end it calls nothing and no one by any wellknown name, personal or geographical'. (H.J. Rose, A handbook of Greek literature', London 1964, p. 336). For instance, Lycophron calls the mythical hero Heracles the 'Lion of the triple evening', expecting the reader to know that Heracles, when he was begotten, the night was thrice its normal length. This edition of 1599 is a revised and improved second edition. The first edition was produced two years earlier, in 1597, by the then 18 years old Dutchman Joannes Meursius, or in Dutch 'Jan de Meurs', 1579-1639. He was a student of the genius Joseph Justus Scaliger, born in 1540, who lectured since 1593 in Leiden till his death in 1609. Scaliger helped and encouraged his pupil in the production of this edition. In the preface Meursius tells us that he wouldnot have dared to edit such a dark and difficult text without the help of Scaliger. Scaliger helped him with the commentary and gave him permission to reprint his verse translation, with corrections. This metrical and smooth Latin translation had been published previously in Basel in 1566. The last 251 pages of the book contain the commentary of Meursius, 'quod sine interprete vix est ut quisquam intellegat'. (preface, leaf A8 recto) Meursius was later appointed professor of History, and of Greek (1610/13) at his own university. He is best known for his editions of byzantine authors, and for the books he wrote on the history of ancient Greece, for example on festivals, Eleusis, and the antiquities of Athens and Attica. His work was widely used as source by later ancient historians. (Sandys 2,310/11)) (Collation: A-Z8 a8) (Photographs on request) 500 gr. Seller Inventory # 152319

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About this Item: ex officina Plantiniana, Francisci Raphelengii et apud Gasparem Crivellarium et excudebat Paulus Steph. Paperback. Condition: ANCIEN. trois ouvrages en 1 vol. in-4 de 12 fnch.-140 p.-1 f. blanc, 7 fnch.-68 p.-6 fnch. (index) et 8 fnch.-211-59 p., très belle typographie décorative pour le deuxième ouvrage, plein veau frotté, coiffes ab., mors sup. fendu sur 3 cm, triple filet doré sur les plats, dos à nerfs orné, mq. pièces de titre et de tomaison, tranches rouges, infime trav. de ver en bas de p., qqs mouill. marginales, [exemplaire collationné]. [littérature - poésies grecques et latines], Seller Inventory # A40020-953

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