Aeschini Socratici dialogi tres graece et latine


49 2207 3_tp

 Horace Walpole’s copy with his bookplate and note on fly-leaf. Includes life of Aeschines and Jean Le Clerc’s Silvae Philologicae.

  • Author: Aeschines, Socraticus, 4th cent. B.C.
  • Title: Aeschini Socratici dialogi tres graece et latine : ad quos accessit quarti Latinum fragmentum / vertit et notis illustravit Joannes Clericus. Cuius & ad calcem additae sunt Silvae Philologicae, cum omnium indicibus necessariis.
  • Published: Amstelodami : Apud Petrum de Coup Bibliopolam, 1711.

Catalog Record

49 2207 3

Acquired October 2005

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