Demosthenis et Aeschinis principum Graeciae oratorum opera: cum utriusque autoris vita & Ulpani commentariis, nouisq[ue] scholiis, ex quarta eaq[ue] postrema recognitione, Graecolatina; sex codicum impressorum, & inter hos Parisiensis nuper editi, duorum manuscriptorum, alterius Pannonii, alterius ex Augustana bibliotheca fidelissimi collatione, a mendis repurgata, variis lectionibus adaucta, annotationibus illustrata. Demosthenes, Aeschines, Ulpianus, Hieronymus Wolf, Andreas Schottus, Demostene.

Demosthenis et Aeschinis principum Graeciae oratorum opera: cum utriusque autoris vita & Ulpani commentariis, nouisq[ue] scholiis, ex quarta eaq[ue] postrema recognitione, Graecolatina; sex codicum impressorum, & inter hos Parisiensis nuper editi, duorum manuscriptorum, alterius Pannonii, alterius ex Augustana bibliotheca fidelissimi collatione, a mendis repurgata, variis lectionibus adaucta, annotationibus illustrata.

Francofurti [Frankfurt am Main]: Apud Claudium Marnium, & Haeredes Iohannis Aubrii, 1604. [68], lxxiiii, [6], 1464, [42] pp. Illus. with 3 engravings, head and tail pieces, and initials. Folio (38 cm). Quarterbound later morocco over marbled paper-covered boards. Second edition. A 17x11 cm. section of the title page, which includes the printer's device, has been excised, the leaf neatly repaired; top edge lightly trimmed, boards and spine rubbed with scuffing to the top edges, otherwise very clean with occasional cross-references penciled in the margins, binding tight; a very nice copy. Brunet II 588. Item #26668

Greek and Latin in parallel columns. Numerous typographical errors in pagination: nos. 1177-1178 omitted, nos. 1453-1454 duplicated. Publisher's device has been excised from the title page but is present on last page. Engraving of Hieronymus Wolf on 8th leaf. Hieronymus Wolf (1516 - 1580) was the sixteenth century German historian and humanist who coined the term Byzantium. The first printing of this edition with notes and commentaries was published in 1572; this, the second edition, varies a little in the order from the first. A third, published 1607, left off notes and is quite inferior. Institutional bookplate noting the book was a gift of Michael J. O'Farrell, the first Bishop of the Diocese of Trenton, on the free front end paper. Scarce.

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