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The Resource Anthologia diaphorōn epigrammatōn palaiōn, eis hepta biblia diērēmenē : Florilegium diuersorum epigrammatum veterum, in septem libros diuisum : magno epigrammatu[m] numero [et] duobus indicibus auctu[m], Henr. Steph. de hac sua editione disticho[s] pristinus à mendis fuerat lepor antè fugatus ; nunc profugae mendae, nunc lepor ille redit

Anthologia diaphorōn epigrammatōn palaiōn, eis hepta biblia diērēmenē : Florilegium diuersorum epigrammatum veterum, in septem libros diuisum : magno epigrammatu[m] numero [et] duobus indicibus auctu[m], Henr. Steph. de hac sua editione disticho[s] pristinus à mendis fuerat lepor antè fugatus ; nunc profugae mendae, nunc lepor ille redit

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Anthologia diaphorōn epigrammatōn palaiōn, eis hepta biblia diērēmenē : Florilegium diuersorum epigrammatum veterum, in septem libros diuisum : magno epigrammatu[m] numero [et] duobus indicibus auctu[m]
Title
Anthologia diaphorōn epigrammatōn palaiōn, eis hepta biblia diērēmenē
Title remainder
Florilegium diuersorum epigrammatum veterum, in septem libros diuisum : magno epigrammatu[m] numero [et] duobus indicibus auctu[m]
Statement of responsibility
Henr. Steph. de hac sua editione disticho[s] pristinus à mendis fuerat lepor antè fugatus ; nunc profugae mendae, nunc lepor ille redit
Title variation
  • Anthologia diaphorōn epigrammatōn palaiōn
  • Florilegium diuersorum epigrammatum veterum
  • Florilegium diversorum epigrammatum veterum
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Language
  • grc
  • lat
  • grc
Summary
Greek anthology edited by Henri Estienne, the text of which was a great improvement of earlier versions.
Cataloging source
UBY
Citation location within source
  • no. 159
  • p. 62
  • I:169
  • a-1187
  • p. 126, no. 4
Citation source
  • Schreiber, F. The Estiennes
  • Moeckli, G. Les livres imprimés a Genève de 1550 a 1600
  • Hoffmann, S.F.W. Bibliographisches Lexicon der gesammten Literatur der Griechen
  • Adams
  • Renouard, A.A. Annales de l'imprimerie des Estienne
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Index
index present
LC call number
PA3458
LC item number
.A2 1566
Literary form
poetry
Summary expansion
This ed. includes Estienne's specially created system of diacritical marks to signify different classes of nouns, and the pointing hands printed in the margins to highlight gnomic expressions in the text
Label
Anthologia diaphorōn epigrammatōn palaiōn, eis hepta biblia diērēmenē : Florilegium diuersorum epigrammatum veterum, in septem libros diuisum : magno epigrammatu[m] numero [et] duobus indicibus auctu[m], Henr. Steph. de hac sua editione disticho[s] pristinus à mendis fuerat lepor antè fugatus ; nunc profugae mendae, nunc lepor ille redit
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title proper romanized from Greek on t.p
  • Edited by Henri Estienne
  • Henri Estienne II, eldest son of Robert I, operated in Geneva, 1556-1598, with the financial backing of Ulrich Fugger, during which time he defined himself on the t.p. of his editions as the "typographer of the distinguished Ulrich Fugger." Cf. Schreiber, p. 127
  • Includes 15 p. (verso of leaf 2q2-verso of leaf 2s1) of annotations by Estienne; cf. Schreiber, p. 143
  • Signatures: *2 a-2i8 2k-2r4 2s2
  • Page numbers 283-288 repeated in sequence
  • Woodcuts: printer's device on t.p., featuring the Estienne olive tree device with motto "Noli altum sapere"; cf. no. 10 in Schreiber
  • Text printed in Greek type
  • Includes index
Dimensions
26 cm. (4to)
Extent
[4], 539 [i.e. 545], [35] p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: old vellum covers; edges turned in; ms. spine title in Greek, with imprint below: "H. Steph. 1566"; edges sprinkled red. Old ms. shelf-mark on front pastedown. Purchase, A. Sokol, 2002.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)79432639
  • ucoclc79432639
Label
Anthologia diaphorōn epigrammatōn palaiōn, eis hepta biblia diērēmenē : Florilegium diuersorum epigrammatum veterum, in septem libros diuisum : magno epigrammatu[m] numero [et] duobus indicibus auctu[m], Henr. Steph. de hac sua editione disticho[s] pristinus à mendis fuerat lepor antè fugatus ; nunc profugae mendae, nunc lepor ille redit
Publication
Note
  • Title proper romanized from Greek on t.p
  • Edited by Henri Estienne
  • Henri Estienne II, eldest son of Robert I, operated in Geneva, 1556-1598, with the financial backing of Ulrich Fugger, during which time he defined himself on the t.p. of his editions as the "typographer of the distinguished Ulrich Fugger." Cf. Schreiber, p. 127
  • Includes 15 p. (verso of leaf 2q2-verso of leaf 2s1) of annotations by Estienne; cf. Schreiber, p. 143
  • Signatures: *2 a-2i8 2k-2r4 2s2
  • Page numbers 283-288 repeated in sequence
  • Woodcuts: printer's device on t.p., featuring the Estienne olive tree device with motto "Noli altum sapere"; cf. no. 10 in Schreiber
  • Text printed in Greek type
  • Includes index
Dimensions
26 cm. (4to)
Extent
[4], 539 [i.e. 545], [35] p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: old vellum covers; edges turned in; ms. spine title in Greek, with imprint below: "H. Steph. 1566"; edges sprinkled red. Old ms. shelf-mark on front pastedown. Purchase, A. Sokol, 2002.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)79432639
  • ucoclc79432639

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