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Apophthegmata graeca regum et ducum, philosophorum item, aliorumque quorundam, ex Plutarcho et Diogene Laertio, cum latina interpretatione. Loci aliquot in graeco contextu emendati fuerunt : aliorum autem quorundam emendationem cum nostris editionibus Plutarchi et Laertii atque Stobaei accipies.
Author, ContributorPlutarque Search Wikipedia for Plutarque ; Diogène Laërce Search Wikipedia for Diogène Laërce ; Regio, Raffaele Search Wikipedia for Raffaele Regio ; Erasmus, Desiderius Search Wikipedia for Desiderius Erasmus ; Plutarque Search Wikipedia for Plutarque ; Diogène Laërce Search Wikipedia for Diogène Laërce
Imprint[Genève] : Henri II Estienne, typographe d’Ulrich Fugger, 1568
Description[32], 703, [1] p. ; In-16
LanguageGreek, Ancient ; Latin
Bibliographical referenceGLN-2353 ; Adams, Cambridge, A 1329 = P 1651 ; Cat. BN Hung., P670 ; CDM, p. 68 ; Drummond, Aberdeen, n° 3271 ; Fletcher-Smith, New South Wales, n° 1600 ; Girard-Le Bouteiller, Basse-Normandie, t. 3, n° 110 ; Kecskeméti, Estienne, n° 60 ; Machiels, Univ. Gent, A 819 ; Malicki, BJ 16, n° A-764 ; Matagne, CDRR, A 103 ; Matagne, Moretus, A 84 ; Messkataloge Willer, print. 1568, t. 1, p. [151]. ; Schreiber, Estiennes, n° 172 ; Shaw, Cathedral Libr., 2, P 1238 ; STC Edinburgh, p. 292
Providing InstitutionBibliothèque de Genève, Cb 464
Persistent linkhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-6226 
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ReferencePlutarque: Apophthegmata graeca regum et ducum, philosophorum item, aliorumque quorundam, ex Plutarcho et Diogene Laertio, cum latina interpretatione. Loci aliquot [...]. [Genève] : Henri II Estienne, typographe d’Ulrich Fugger, 1568. Bibliothèque de Genève, Cb 464, http://dx.doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-6226 / Public Domain Mark