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Thōma tou Magistrou Kata alphabēton Atthidos dialektou eklogai : hais hoi dokimōtatoi chrōntai tōn palaiōn, kai tines autēs, para sēmeioseis kai diaphorai = Thome Magistri Per alphabetum : hoc est elementorum ordinem, attici eloquii, elegantie, quibus approbatissimi priscorum usi sunt, at[que] no[n]nulle, circa eandem annotationes & differentie.

Other records:
Author/Creator:
Thōmas, Magistros, active 1310-1327.
Standardized Title:
Ecloga vocum Atticarum
Other Title:
Kata alphabēton atthidos dialektou eklogai
Thome Magistri Per alphabetum hoc est elementorum ordinem, attici eloquii, elegantie, quibus approbatissimi priscorum usi sunt, at[que] no[n]nulle, circa eandem annotationes & differentie
Publication:
En Rōmē : Para Zacharia Kalliergē tō krēti etypōthēsan, 1517 Menos martiou.
Format/Description:
Book
[264] p. ; 16 cm (8vo)
Fingerprint:
***. *,** ***. **** (C) 1517 (G)
Subjects:
Rhetoric, Medieval -- Early works to 1800.
Greek language -- Early works to 1800.
Attic Greek dialect -- Early works to 1800.
Greek language -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc. -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
Italy Rome.
Language:
Text in Greek; title in Greek and Latin.
Notes:
Imprint from colophon on leaf [Iota]2v.
Double-headed eagle printer's device with initials ZK on title page identified as Zappella 111
Signatures: [Maltese cross]² [alpha]-[omega]⁴ [Alpha]-[Theta]⁴ [Iota]².
Without pagination.
Register on leaf [Iota]2v.
Woodcut title vignette (printer's device), initials and head-piece.
Some initial spaces with guide letters.
Local notes:
Purchased for the Penn Libraries in 1957.
Penn Libraries copy has armorial bookplate ("Sir George Shuckburgh Bart.") of Sir George Augustus William Shuckburgh-Evelyn with ms. shelf-mark ("T4") at foot affixed to front pastedown; ms. ownership inscription ("beati Rhenani sum. Nec muto d[o]minum An. m d xvij.") dated 1517 of Beatus Rhenanus at head of title leaf (slightly damaged due to cropping of leaves); partially illegible early ms. gift inscription ("Ex dono Joannis Fabri[?] D.D. Doctoris ofycialis[?] [...]ensis") in Rhenanus's hand(?) at foot of title leaf.
Penn Libraries copy bound in full 18th-century(?) calf; boards triple-ruled in gold; spine tooled in gold; gold-tooled red leather spine label ("THOMAS MAGISTER KALIERGI."); blind-tooled(?) cover-edges; marbled endpapers; all edges marbled; green silk marker.
Penn Provenance:
Faber, Johannes, 1478-1541 (inscription) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Rhenanus, Beatus, 1485-1547 (former owner) (inscription) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Shuckburgh-Evelyn, George Augustus William, Sir, 1751-1804 (bookplate) (Culture Class Collection copy)
Penn Chronology:
1517
Cited in:
Adams T646
EDIT 16 CNCE 23582
Legrand, E.L.J. Bib. hellénique 15.-16. s., I, p. 150
Isaac, 12291
Panzer, G.W. Annales typographici, VIII, p. 259
Grasse VI, 141-142
Shaaber, M.A. 16th cent. imprints, T201
Contributor:
Kalliergēs, Zacharias, active 1499-1523, printer.
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Greek Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
18111419
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