Ēsiodou askraiou ta heuriskomena = Hesiodi ascraei quæ extant :…

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Title

Ēsiodou askraiou ta heuriskomena = Hesiodi ascraei quæ extant : Cum Græcis Scholiis, Procli, Moschopuli, Tzetzæ, in Erga kai hemeras ... accessit liber singularis, in quo doctrina Ergon kai Hemerön, eiusque institutum, contra opinionem, quæ obinuit, ostenditur / item notæ, emendationes, obseruationes, & index copiosissimus in Hesiodum eiusque interpretes ; opera & studio Danielis Heinsii.

Publisher

Lugduni Batavorum : Ex officina Plantiniana Raphelengij

Date

1603

Description

329 pages, 1 unnumbered page, 159 pages, 1 unnumbered page : illustrations ; 24 cm (8vo)
Notes: Two parts in one. The second part contains: Danielis Heinsii Introductio in doctrinam quae libris Hesiodi Ergon kai hemeron continentur.
Dedication signed: Daniel Heinsivs.
Includes indexes.
Second part contains Heinsius' entirely new point of view concerning the preferableness of Greek over Latin poetry and from his more poetical then learned conception of ancient poetry. The "Prolegomena" will always be one of the landmarks of classical philology. Cf. note pasted on first prelim.
Printer's device, initials.
Errata on p. 159 of second part.

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http://laurel.lso.missouri.edu/record=b1958087~S1