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Ioh. Frid. Noltenii (...) Lexicon latinae linguae antibarbarum quadripartitum, cum adnexa ad calcem recensione scriptorum latinorum critica, iterata hac editione sic ab auctore recognitum, emendatum ac locupletatum ut novum opus videri possit. Accedit praefatio (...) Moshemii. by I.F NOLTENIUS - Signed First Edition - from Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta (SKU: 130012)

Ioh. Frid. Noltenii (...) Lexicon latinae linguae antibarbarum quadripartitum, cum adnexa ad calcem recensione scriptorum latinorum critica, iterata hac editione sic ab auctore recognitum, emendatum ac locupletatum ut novum opus videri possit. Accedit praefatio (...) Moshemii.

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Ioh. Frid. Noltenii (...) Lexicon latinae linguae antibarbarum quadripartitum, cum adnexa ad calcem recensione scriptorum latinorum critica, iterata hac editione sic ab auctore recognitum, emendatum ac locupletatum ut novum opus videri possit. Accedit praefatio (...) Moshemii.

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Leipzig, Helmstedt, (Lipsiae et Helmstadii), Apud Christian. Frideric. Weygand, 1744. 8vo. 47,(1) p., 1938 columns, 143 p., frontispiece. Contemporary boards. 22 cm (Ref: (www).uni-mannheim.de/mateo/camenahtdocs/camena.html s.v. Thesaurus, s.v. Nolte; cf. Brunet 4,96; Graesse 4,684; cf. Ebert 14846) (Details: Binding covered with marbled paper. Title in red & black. Frontispiece with a portrait of the proud 'Johannes Fridericus Noltenius Einbeccensis, Ducalis Scholae Scheningensis Con Rector') (Condition: Cover worn at the extremities. Wear at the joints & the head & tail of the spine. Some foxing, paper yellowing) (Note: Johannes Friedrich Nolte, 1694-1747, German lexicographer, (con)rector at Schöningen. He was famous for his 'Lexicon latinae linguae antibarbarum', a dictionary of linguistic barbarisms, describing how not to write in the Latin language, and prescribing how it should be done correctly. The first edition dates from 1730. The famous church historian Johann Lorenz Mosheim published in 1744 a new revised edition. This edition of 1744 is one of the 97 titles of the online 'Thesaurus Eruditionis' (CAMENA, TERMINI) at the University of Mannheim, Germany. The genre of the 'Antibarbarus' was started by the humanists of the Renaissance, to fight the dog Latin and barbarisms of Medieval Latin. Erasmus made the genre popular with his 'Antibarbari' ('Liber Antibarbarorum') of 1520. Having acquired the principal rules, and a competent knowledge of the language, the student was adviced for his grammatical studies to peruse constantly and carefully the works of Cicero, and authors like Terentius, Nepos and Caesar, in order to absorb the structure and idiom of pure Latinity. In support of this grammatical study the student should proceed to the study of works like Noltenius' Lexicon. His Lexicon is an encyclopaedia of philological learning. § The Lexicon consists of 4 parts: 'Pars prima Orthographica; pars secunda Prosodica; pars tertia etymologica; pars quarta syntactica'; after this follows: 'Quattuor linguae latinae aetates earumque scriptores', a survey of 83 p. of the golden, silver, bronze and the iron age of Latin literature; at the end of this part a list of 'Latinitatis restitutores', listing modern editors who devoted their efforts 'ad hoc Augiae stabulum repurgandum'; at the end there are 143 p. filled with 3 indices, an 'index auctorum', an 'index rerum', and an 'index vocabulorum et locutionum') (Provenance: name on front flyleaf, 'N.J. (?) Krom', probably the Dutch classicist and archaeologist Nicolaas Johannes Krom, 1883-1945. (See 'Biografisch Woordenboek van Nederland', online available through 'Biografisch Portaal van Nederland') (Collation: a8 (leaf a8 was placed before leaf a1 to serve as frontispiece); b-c8; A-3Z8, 4A4) (The structure of the first gathering is p1 = a8, the rest signed a1-a7) (Photographs on request)

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Ioh. Frid. Noltenii (...) Lexicon latinae linguae antibarbarum quadripartitum, cum adnexa ad calcem recensione scriptorum latinorum critica, iterata hac editione sic ab auctore recognitum, emendatum ac locupletatum ut novum opus videri possit. Accedit praefatio (...) Moshemii.
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(Oude Druk) (Rare Books) Antibarbarus Latin linguistics Lexikographie Lexikon Wörterbuch lateinische Sprachwissenschaft lexicography lexicon
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