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De Melitone Sardium in Asia Episcopo : consensu amplissimi philosophorum in academia Lipsiensi ordinis primum pro loco / disputabit Carolus Christianus Woog.

Author/Creator:
Woog, Carl Christian, 1713-1771.
Publication:
Lipsiae [i.e. Leipzig] : Ex Officina Langenhemiana, [1744]
Format/Description:
Book
[4], 52 p. ; 22 cm. (4to)
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Fingerprint:
DOTI e.M. s,in f)X. (3) 1744 (Q)
Subjects:
Melito, Saint, Bishop of Sardis, active 2nd century.
Place of Publication:
Germany Leipzig.
Notes:
Signatures: [pi ²A-F⁴ G².
Thesis (doctoral)--Leipzig, 1744 (no praeses indicated).
Date of publication inferred from date of presentation.
Includes bibliographical references.
Text in Latin and Greek.
Head-piece and initial.
Year-date in title in old-style Roman numerals.
The second part of this oration was published under the same title in Leipzig in 1751 (OCLC).
Local notes:
Culture Class Collection copy bound in one quarter vellum with title "Dissert. antiquae et historicae" stamped in gold on spine; all edges speckled red.
Culture Class Collection copy is no. 11 in a collection of German dissertations and other brief works on ancient history, medieval Germany, law, and other subjects. Most of the works are in Latin, a few are in German and one is in French.
Culture Class Collection copy has ms. ownership inscription "Ex bibliotheca Thomae Putzlacher I.U.D." on front pastedown. Thomas Antonius Putzlacher (1722-1796) was a lawyer, historian and bibliophile, who worked as a syndic for the Charles University in Prague (Univerzita Karlova v Praze).
Culture Class Collection copy has table of contents in ms. on the front free endpaper.
Penn Provenance:
Putzlacher, Thomas Antonius, 1722-1796 (autograph) (inscription) (Culture Class Collection) copy
Penn Chronology:
1744
1744
Contributor:
German Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
13920249