Alcinoi philosophi elementa atque initia, quibus quis imbutus, ad Platnois decretorum penetralia facilè introire, ac peruenire possit, à Dionysio Lambino Monstroliensi, Graecarum litterarum Lutetiae doctore regio, in Latinum sermonem conuersa : accesserunt eiusdem Lambini scholia, quibus partim locos aliquot obscuros declarat, partim fonteis, vnde Alcinous ea, quae dicit, sumserit, quasi digito indicat, partim suae interpretationis rationem reddit, & vitium veterum interpretationum coarguit : postremò additus est & contextus verborum Graecorum vt quiuis Graecis ltteris eruditus interpretationem Latinam cum eo conferre possit.

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Author / Creator:Alcinous, active 2nd century, author.
Uniform title:Didaskalikos. Latin
Imprint:Lutetiae : Apud Ioannem Bene-natum, MDLXVII [1567]
Description:[8], 88, 44 pages ; 23 cm (4to)
Language:Latin
Ancient Greek
Subject:Plato.
Plato.
Philosophy, Ancient.
Limp bindings (Binding)
Vellum bindings (Binding)
Shelf marks (Provenance)
Format: Print Book
Local Note:Discovery of this item made possible by a gift from Julie and Roger Baskes.
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/1195266
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Varying Form of Title:Alcinoi philosophi elementa, atve initia, qvibvs qvis imbutus, ad Platnois decretorum penetralia facilè introire, ac peruenire possit, à Dionysio Lambino Monstroliensi, Graecarum litterarum Lutetiae doctore regio, in Latinum sermonem conuersa
Caption title to Greek text: Alkinoou philosophou Eisagōgē tōn dogmatōn Platōnos
Other uniform titles:Alcinous, active 2nd century. Didaskalikos.
Lambin, Denys, 1520 or 1521-1572.
Bienné, Jean, -1588,
Provenance:Former owner's signature: Nathaniel Spinks.
Crossed out former owner's signature: E. Maure[?].
Two former owner's inscriptions, one at head- and one at tail-edge, trimmed and rendered illegible.
Manuscript shelf mark: S[?]...II...12.L.R; crossed out manuscript shelf mark: P...10...12.Lib.
Few former owner's manuscript annotations in pencil; some underscoring in pen.
Binding: 20th century limp vellum; signed: B. Giuffrida.
Notes:Signatures: [fleuron]⁴ A-L⁴ ²A-E⁴ ²F².
Title vignette (pritner's device); initials.
Printer's device on title page.
Text in Latin, followed by the scholia, then text in Greek.
The hyphen in the imprint represents a flying v used by Jean Bienné in his imprints. See Adams, H.M. Catalogue of books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501-1600, in Cambridge libraries, II, page 383.
Text in Latin and Greek; scholia in Latin.

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Call Number: B535.A43 D53 1567 c.1
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