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The Resource Scholia palaia te, kai panu ōphelima eis tēn tou Omērou Iliada, kai eis tēn Odyssea : Interpretationes et antiquae, et perquam utiles in Homeri Iliada, nec non in Odyssea

Scholia palaia te, kai panu ōphelima eis tēn tou Omērou Iliada, kai eis tēn Odyssea : Interpretationes et antiquae, et perquam utiles in Homeri Iliada, nec non in Odyssea

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Scholia palaia te, kai panu ōphelima eis tēn tou Omērou Iliada, kai eis tēn Odyssea : Interpretationes et antiquae, et perquam utiles in Homeri Iliada, nec non in Odyssea
Title
Scholia palaia te, kai panu ōphelima eis tēn tou Omērou Iliada, kai eis tēn Odyssea
Title remainder
Interpretationes et antiquae, et perquam utiles in Homeri Iliada, nec non in Odyssea
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Language
grc
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Cataloging source
IXA
Citation location within source
  • p. 91, no. 6
  • D-441
  • I:547
Citation source
  • Renouard, A.A. Annales de l'impr. des Alde(3. ed.)
  • Adams
  • Hoffmann, S.F.W. Bibliographisches Lexicon der Griechen
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Scholia palaia te, kai panu ōphelima eis tēn tou Omērou Iliada, kai eis tēn Odyssea : Interpretationes et antiquae, et perquam utiles in Homeri Iliada, nec non in Odyssea
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Publication
Note
  • Title proper romanized from Greek
  • Imprint from colophon on recto of leaf [44] at end
  • Edited by Franciscus Asulanus
  • The scholia on the Odyssey was not published until 1528
  • Includes the scholia of Porphyrius on leaves [1]-[44] of second sequence, with special t.p.: Porphyriou philosophou homerika zētēmata : Tou autou Porphyriou peri tou, en Odysseia tōn Nymphōn, antrou = Porphyrij philosophi homericarum quæstionum liber : Eiusdem de Nympharum antroin Odyssea, opusculum
  • Signatures: (Scholia palaia): a-z8 A-R8; (Porphyriou philosophou...): a-e8 f4
  • Leaf 6 misnumbered as 9
  • Leaf [32] is blank
  • Woodcuts: Aldine dolphin-and-anchor device on each t.p. and on verso of final leaf (i.e., leaf f4 of Porphyrij)
  • Printed in Greek type; spaces left for capitals, with small Greek guide letters
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
2 pts. in 1 (319, [1]; [44] leaves)
Note
  • Spec. Coll. c. 1: Eighteenth(?) century black calf and blue marbled boards; gilt arabesques on spine, with gold-stamped spine title "Interpretationes graece in Hom. Iliad. et Odyss."; red speckled edges. Purchase, Galassia Gutenberg, 1985.
  • Spec. Coll. c. 2: Bound before the author's Didymou tou palaiotatou eistēn Odysseian exēgēsis = Didymi antiqvissimi avctoris interpretatio in Odysseam. Venetiis : in aedibvs Asvlani soceri, mense Ivnio 1528. Bound in 16th cent. calf with roll-tooled designs of devils & flowers. In modern beige cloth clamshell box with velcro closure; gold-stamped brown leather spine, with box title "Didymus. Scholia palaia." Purchase, Dawson's Book Shop, 1992.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)09062184
  • ucoclc9062184
Label
Scholia palaia te, kai panu ōphelima eis tēn tou Omērou Iliada, kai eis tēn Odyssea : Interpretationes et antiquae, et perquam utiles in Homeri Iliada, nec non in Odyssea
Publication
Note
  • Title proper romanized from Greek
  • Imprint from colophon on recto of leaf [44] at end
  • Edited by Franciscus Asulanus
  • The scholia on the Odyssey was not published until 1528
  • Includes the scholia of Porphyrius on leaves [1]-[44] of second sequence, with special t.p.: Porphyriou philosophou homerika zētēmata : Tou autou Porphyriou peri tou, en Odysseia tōn Nymphōn, antrou = Porphyrij philosophi homericarum quæstionum liber : Eiusdem de Nympharum antroin Odyssea, opusculum
  • Signatures: (Scholia palaia): a-z8 A-R8; (Porphyriou philosophou...): a-e8 f4
  • Leaf 6 misnumbered as 9
  • Leaf [32] is blank
  • Woodcuts: Aldine dolphin-and-anchor device on each t.p. and on verso of final leaf (i.e., leaf f4 of Porphyrij)
  • Printed in Greek type; spaces left for capitals, with small Greek guide letters
Dimensions
17 cm (8vo)
Extent
2 pts. in 1 (319, [1]; [44] leaves)
Note
  • Spec. Coll. c. 1: Eighteenth(?) century black calf and blue marbled boards; gilt arabesques on spine, with gold-stamped spine title "Interpretationes graece in Hom. Iliad. et Odyss."; red speckled edges. Purchase, Galassia Gutenberg, 1985.
  • Spec. Coll. c. 2: Bound before the author's Didymou tou palaiotatou eistēn Odysseian exēgēsis = Didymi antiqvissimi avctoris interpretatio in Odysseam. Venetiis : in aedibvs Asvlani soceri, mense Ivnio 1528. Bound in 16th cent. calf with roll-tooled designs of devils & flowers. In modern beige cloth clamshell box with velcro closure; gold-stamped brown leather spine, with box title "Didymus. Scholia palaia." Purchase, Dawson's Book Shop, 1992.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)09062184
  • ucoclc9062184

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