De literis Graecis ac diphthongis & quemadmodum ad nos ueniant ; Abbre ...
Aldus Manutius

De literis Graecis ac diphthongis & quemadmodum ad nos ueniant ; Abbreuiationes quibus frequentissime Graeci utunt[ur].

Published by Ex Academia Thomae Anshelmi in Hagenau .
Written in Latin.

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Edition Notes

Ritter 1474; Rép. 16. s., v. 15, p. 50.
Rép. 16. s., v. 15, p. 50.
At head of title: Contenta.
The titles of the Greek selections (Oratio Dominica through Phocylides) are followed on t.p. by the statement: Omnia haec cum tralatione Latina.
Published anonymously. The author of the first 2 selections is Aldo Manuzio the Elder, who published the contents, except for the final selection (of which he is also the author?), as an appendix to Constantinus Lascaris' Erotēmata, 1495. His authorship is inferred from the pref. to the 1495 appendix, not reprinted here. Manuzio reprinted this collection, with the addition of Introductio perbrevis ad Hebraicam linguam, as an appendix to his Rudimenta grammatices Latinae linguae, 1501. Cf. Annales de l'impr. des Alde / A.A. Renouard. 2. éd. Vol. 1, p. 4 and p. 75.
Has been wrongly attributed to Johann Setzer, author of a dedicatory letter in the present ed.
Imprint from colophon. Supplied date from Répertoire bibliographique.
Signatures: A-E⁴.
The Greek texts are printed interlinearly with their Latin translations.

Other Titles
Contenta., Contenta De literis Graecis ac diphthongis ...

Classifications

Library of Congress
PA257 .M34 1518

The Physical Object

Pagination
[40] p. ;
Number of pages
40

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL2766546M
LC Control Number
86124733

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