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Jani Parrhasii Liber de rebus per epistolam quaesitis. Henrici Stephani tetrastichon de hoc Jani Parrhasii aliisque quibus poetas illustravit libris. Si migrare animas aliena in corpora nostras Veridico Samius protulit ore senex, Migrasse in Janum Latiorum pectora vatum, Aut vatem Oedipodes more fuisse reor. Adiuncta est Francisci Campani quaestio virgiliana
Author, ContributorParrasio, Aulo Giano Search Wikipedia for Aulo Giano Parrasio ; Campanus, Franciscus Search Wikipedia for Franciscus Campanus ; Estienne, Henri Search Wikipedia for Henri Estienne
Imprint[Genève] : Henri II Estienne, typographe d’Ulrich Fugger, 1567
Description[8], 272, [8] p. ; In-8°
LanguageLatin
Bibliographical referenceGLN-2341 ; Adams, Cambridge, P 353 ; CDM, p. 67 ; Drummond, Aberdeen, n° 3068 ; Girard-Le Bouteiller, Basse-Normandie, t. 3, n° 2119 ; Kecskeméti, Estienne, n° 56 ; Machiels, Univ. Gent, P 88 ; Palatina, n° 8155 ; Schreiber, Estiennes, n° 170 ; Shaaber, Univ. of Pennsylvania, P 74 ; STC Edinburgh, p. 278
Providing InstitutionBibliothèque de Genève, Ca 116 (1) = Hb 503
Persistent linkhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-6222 
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ReferenceParrasio, Aulo Giano: Jani Parrhasii Liber de rebus per epistolam quaesitis. Henrici Stephani tetrastichon de hoc Jani Parrhasii aliisque quibus poetas illustravit libris. Si [...]. [Genève] : Henri II Estienne, typographe d’Ulrich Fugger, 1567. Bibliothèque de Genève, Ca 116 (1) = Hb 503, http://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-6222 / Public Domain Mark