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The Resource Aischylou tragōdiai hepta : Aeschyli tragoediae septem, a Francisco Robortello Vtinensi ; nunc primvm ex manuscriptis libris ab infinitis erratis expurgatae, ac suis metris restitutae

Aischylou tragōdiai hepta : Aeschyli tragoediae septem, a Francisco Robortello Vtinensi ; nunc primvm ex manuscriptis libris ab infinitis erratis expurgatae, ac suis metris restitutae

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Aischylou tragōdiai hepta : Aeschyli tragoediae septem
Title
Aischylou tragōdiai hepta
Title remainder
Aeschyli tragoediae septem
Statement of responsibility
a Francisco Robortello Vtinensi ; nunc primvm ex manuscriptis libris ab infinitis erratis expurgatae, ac suis metris restitutae
Title variation
  • Aeschyli tragoediae septem
  • Tragōdiai hepta
  • Tragoediae septem
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Genre
Language
  • gre
  • lat
  • gre
Summary
First Robortelli recension of Aeschylus.
Member of
Cataloging source
COO
Citation location within source
  • no. II-3 (p. 31-46)
  • v. I:32
  • A-265
  • I:77-78
Citation source
  • Gruys, J.A. Early printed eds. (1518-1664) of Aeschylus
  • Hoffmann, S.F.W. Bibliographisches Lexicon der gesammten Literatur der Griechen
  • Adams
  • Brunet
http://bibfra.me/vocab/relation/ed
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Summary expansion
Francesco Robortelli, son of a noble Udinese family, studied at Bologna, and held professorships at Lucca, Pisa, Venice, Padua and Bologna before returning to Padua in 1560. He greatly improved the Aldine ed. of 1518 with his revision of the text, and restoration of the meter
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Aischylou tragōdiai hepta : Aeschyli tragoediae septem, a Francisco Robortello Vtinensi ; nunc primvm ex manuscriptis libris ab infinitis erratis expurgatae, ac suis metris restitutae
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Publication
Note
  • This is either the second or third ed. of Aeschylus: the editio princeps was published in Venice at the Aldine Press in 1518, and no precedence can be established between Robortello's Venice ed. and Turnèbe's Paris ed. of the same year; cf. Gruys, p. 32-33
  • Title proper romanized from t.p
  • Signatures: [alpha]8 [beta]4 [Alpha]-[Rho]8
  • Woodcuts: ornamental initials; tail-pieces
  • Text printed in Greek type; prefatory material in Latin in large and small italic type
  • Errata: p. [1]-[2] at end
Contents
(romanized from running titles) Promētheus -- Hepta epi Thēbais -- Persai -- Agamemnon -- Choephoroi -- Eumenides -- Hiketides
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Extent
[24], 265, [7] p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: imperfect, final two blank leaves ([Rho]7-8) wanting; gathering [beta]4 misbound at end following leaf [Rho]6. Olive green (brown) straight-grain morocco binding by Charles Lewis; triple gilt fillet on covers and spine; inner gilt dentelles; all edges gilt. Ownership inscriptions excised from t.p. and last p., with loss of 3 letters of text at end. Ownership inscription on front free endpaper of Rev. Henry Joseph Thomas Drury, classical scholar, friend of Dibdin, and schoolmaster and friend of Byron, who purchased it at the auction sale in 1822 of the library of Daniel Albert Wyttenbach, German Swiss classical scholar, and 13th Librarian of Leiden University. Purchase, Hesketh & Ward, 1994.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)41366238
  • ucoclc41366238
Label
Aischylou tragōdiai hepta : Aeschyli tragoediae septem, a Francisco Robortello Vtinensi ; nunc primvm ex manuscriptis libris ab infinitis erratis expurgatae, ac suis metris restitutae
Publication
Note
  • This is either the second or third ed. of Aeschylus: the editio princeps was published in Venice at the Aldine Press in 1518, and no precedence can be established between Robortello's Venice ed. and Turnèbe's Paris ed. of the same year; cf. Gruys, p. 32-33
  • Title proper romanized from t.p
  • Signatures: [alpha]8 [beta]4 [Alpha]-[Rho]8
  • Woodcuts: ornamental initials; tail-pieces
  • Text printed in Greek type; prefatory material in Latin in large and small italic type
  • Errata: p. [1]-[2] at end
Contents
(romanized from running titles) Promētheus -- Hepta epi Thēbais -- Persai -- Agamemnon -- Choephoroi -- Eumenides -- Hiketides
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Extent
[24], 265, [7] p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: imperfect, final two blank leaves ([Rho]7-8) wanting; gathering [beta]4 misbound at end following leaf [Rho]6. Olive green (brown) straight-grain morocco binding by Charles Lewis; triple gilt fillet on covers and spine; inner gilt dentelles; all edges gilt. Ownership inscriptions excised from t.p. and last p., with loss of 3 letters of text at end. Ownership inscription on front free endpaper of Rev. Henry Joseph Thomas Drury, classical scholar, friend of Dibdin, and schoolmaster and friend of Byron, who purchased it at the auction sale in 1822 of the library of Daniel Albert Wyttenbach, German Swiss classical scholar, and 13th Librarian of Leiden University. Purchase, Hesketh & Ward, 1994.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)41366238
  • ucoclc41366238

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