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LEXICON GRAECOLATINUM recentiss. ad formam ab Henr. Stephano, & post hunc  Io. Scapula obseruatam, & iam admodum omnibus probatam, diligenter expressum id est, duplici methodo constans, una naturali, eaq[ue] ditissimis Graecae linguae thesauris breui facileq[ue], comparandis aptissima, qua ex primitivorum [et] simplicium fontibus deriuata atque composita dilucid deducuntur: altera mer alphabetica adscriptis numeris, qua, tanquam indice, minus exercitatis ostenditur, vbi in illa naturali methodo singulae voces inueniantur: vt Epistola ad lectorem mox plenis declarabit. Accesserunt opuscula perqum necessaria, de dialectis, de inuestigatione thematum, & alia.

LEXICON GRAECOLATINUM recentiss. ad formam ab Henr. Stephano, & post hunc Io. Scapula obseruatam, & iam admodum omnibus probatam, diligenter expressum id est, duplici methodo constans, una naturali, eaq[ue] ditissimis Graecae linguae thesauris breui facileq[ue], comparandis aptissima, qua ex primitivorum [et] simplicium fontibus deriuata atque composita dilucid deducuntur: altera mer alphabetica adscriptis numeris, qua, tanquam indice, minus exercitatis ostenditur, vbi in illa naturali methodo singulae voces inueniantur: vt Epistola ad lectorem mox plenis declarabit. Accesserunt opuscula perqum necessaria, de dialectis, de inuestigatione thematum, & alia.

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LEXICON GRAECOLATINUM recentiss. ad formam ab Henr. Stephano, & post hunc Io. Scapula obseruatam, & iam admodum omnibus probatam, diligenter expressum id est, duplici methodo constans, una naturali, eaq[ue] ditissimis Graecae linguae thesauris breui facileq[ue], comparandis aptissima, qua ex primitivorum [et] simplicium fontibus deriuata atque composita dilucid deducuntur: altera mer alphabetica adscriptis numeris, qua, tanquam indice, minus exercitatis ostenditur, vbi in illa naturali methodo singulae voces inueniantur: vt Epistola ad lectorem mox plenis declarabit. Accesserunt opuscula perqum necessaria, de dialectis, de inuestigatione thematum, & alia.

by Estienne, Henri (H. Stephanus 1531-1598) & Scapula, Johann (c.1540-c.1600)

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Geneva (but not here stated]: Apud Guillelmum Laemarium MDXCIII [1593], 1593. Hardcover. Good. Title vignette. . Quarto (25x16cm) original blind-stamped vellum with central embossed image of Christ surrounded by female images titled SPES, spine on 4 cords (spine splitting but well held by cords, vellum very darkened). Title page with ownership inscription (? Daniel Bower) dated 1698, [664] leaves ([par]8 A-FFff8 4G4 HHhh-NNnn8 OOoo4), last page blank. Marginal numbers, not column numeration, are probably references to the unabridged Stephanus Thesaurus. *Abridged edition of Henri Estienne's Thesaurus Graecae linguae, compiled by Johann Scapula. The printer Guillaume Laimarie was active in Geneva 1578-1598.

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LEXICON GRAECOLATINUM recentiss. ad formam ab Henr. Stephano, & post hunc Io. Scapula obseruatam, & iam admodum omnibus probatam, diligenter expressum id est, duplici methodo constans, una naturali, eaq[ue] ditissimis Graecae linguae thesauris breui facileq[ue], comparandis aptissima, qua ex primitivorum [et] simplicium fontibus deriuata atque composita dilucid deducuntur: altera mer alphabetica adscriptis numeris, qua, tanquam indice, minus exercitatis ostenditur, vbi in illa naturali methodo singulae voces inueniantur: vt Epistola ad lectorem mox plenis declarabit. Accesserunt opuscula perqum necessaria, de dialectis, de inuestigatione thematum, & alia.
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Estienne, Henri (H. Stephanus 1531-1598) & Scapula, Johann (c.1540-c.1600)
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Apud Guillelmum Laemarium MDXCIII [1593]
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Greek Latin Lexicon Stephanus dictionary
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