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The Resource Appiani Alexandrini Hispanica & Annibalica, latinè nunc primùm edita ex Francisci Beraldi linguae Graecae professoris doctissimi interpretatione ; huius editionis margini appositae numeroru[m] notae paginis Graeci libri respondent, Henrici Stephani typis non ita pridem excusi

Appiani Alexandrini Hispanica & Annibalica, latinè nunc primùm edita ex Francisci Beraldi linguae Graecae professoris doctissimi interpretatione ; huius editionis margini appositae numeroru[m] notae paginis Graeci libri respondent, Henrici Stephani typis non ita pridem excusi

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Appiani Alexandrini Hispanica & Annibalica
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Appiani Alexandrini Hispanica & Annibalica
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latinè nunc primùm edita ex Francisci Beraldi linguae Graecae professoris doctissimi interpretatione ; huius editionis margini appositae numeroru[m] notae paginis Graeci libri respondent, Henrici Stephani typis non ita pridem excusi
Title variation
  • Hispanica & Annibalica
  • Hispanica et Annibalica
  • Hispanica
  • Annibalica
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  • lat
  • grc
  • lat
Summary
First ed. of the first Latin translation of Appian's Iberica and Hannibalica, whose Greek editio princeps Estienne published three years earlier in his edition of Ctesias
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  • p. 118, no. 3
  • A-1348
Citation source
  • Renouard, A.A. Annales de l'imprimerie des Estiennes
  • Adams
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Appiani Alexandrini Hispanica & Annibalica, latinè nunc primùm edita ex Francisci Beraldi linguae Graecae professoris doctissimi interpretatione ; huius editionis margini appositae numeroru[m] notae paginis Graeci libri respondent, Henrici Stephani typis non ita pridem excusi
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Note
  • Latin translation from the Greek by the Protestant scholar François Bérauld, professor of Greek at the College of Geneva
  • Printed in roman type; Berauld's dedicatory epistle, and portions of t.p. in italic type
  • Woodcuts: Estienne's olive tree device on t.p. (a man, possibly St. Paul, standing by the tree, garlanded with a ribbon containing an excerpt from Romans 11:20, "Noli altum sapere", emphasizing the importance of faith)
  • Signatures: A-F8 G2
  • Not in Hoffmann
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Extent
100 p.
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy bound with: Ek tōn Ktēsiou, Agatharchidou, Memnonos historicōn eklogai. Appianou Ibērikē kai Annibaikē = Ex Ctesia, Agatharchide, Memnone excerptae historiae. Appiani Iberica item, de gestis Annibalis / omnia nunc primùm edita ; cum Henrici Stephani castigationibus. [Geneva] : Ex officina Henrici Stephani Parisiensis typographia, an. MDLVII [1557].
  • Spec. Coll. copy: worn 19th-century brown calf; gold-stamped spine title "Ctesias. Appian. 1557"; gold-stamped crest of the Royal College of Physicians in top spine panel; edges stained red. Red ownership stamp of the College on t.p.; their large bookplate, designed and engraved by Alfred J. Downey, and dated London 1924, on front pastedown. Purchased from E.K. Schreiber, 2007.
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  • (OCoLC)214802800
  • ucoclc214802800
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Appiani Alexandrini Hispanica & Annibalica, latinè nunc primùm edita ex Francisci Beraldi linguae Graecae professoris doctissimi interpretatione ; huius editionis margini appositae numeroru[m] notae paginis Graeci libri respondent, Henrici Stephani typis non ita pridem excusi
Publication
Note
  • Latin translation from the Greek by the Protestant scholar François Bérauld, professor of Greek at the College of Geneva
  • Printed in roman type; Berauld's dedicatory epistle, and portions of t.p. in italic type
  • Woodcuts: Estienne's olive tree device on t.p. (a man, possibly St. Paul, standing by the tree, garlanded with a ribbon containing an excerpt from Romans 11:20, "Noli altum sapere", emphasizing the importance of faith)
  • Signatures: A-F8 G2
  • Not in Hoffmann
Dimensions
16 cm (8vo)
Extent
100 p.
Note
  • Spec. Coll. copy bound with: Ek tōn Ktēsiou, Agatharchidou, Memnonos historicōn eklogai. Appianou Ibērikē kai Annibaikē = Ex Ctesia, Agatharchide, Memnone excerptae historiae. Appiani Iberica item, de gestis Annibalis / omnia nunc primùm edita ; cum Henrici Stephani castigationibus. [Geneva] : Ex officina Henrici Stephani Parisiensis typographia, an. MDLVII [1557].
  • Spec. Coll. copy: worn 19th-century brown calf; gold-stamped spine title "Ctesias. Appian. 1557"; gold-stamped crest of the Royal College of Physicians in top spine panel; edges stained red. Red ownership stamp of the College on t.p.; their large bookplate, designed and engraved by Alfred J. Downey, and dated London 1924, on front pastedown. Purchased from E.K. Schreiber, 2007.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)214802800
  • ucoclc214802800

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