Lindenbrogii Observationes in Ammianum Marcellinum; et in eundem Collectanea variarum lectionum. 2 volumes in 1: (VI),504 (recte 502),(49);276,(1 errata) p. 21.5 cm (Ref: VD17 0328M; Schweiger 2,3: 'Neue Rezension nach Mss, besonders trefflichen Florentiner Codex'; Dibdin I,256: 'very excellent edition, the basis of many following ones'; Moss 1,38; Ebert 527; Graesse 1,104) (Details: 6 thongs laced through the joints. Woodcut printers' mark on the title, it depicts a gardener planting a tree, the motto is 'Posteritati'. Edges dyed red) (Condition: Binding soiled & scratched. 330-400 AD, was a Greek who served as a high officer in the Roman army.
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Alberti Magni Paradisus Animae, De virtutibus, lib. For Valckenaer it is clear (liquido constet), that Ammonius penetrated deep into the nature of the Greek language and the true origin of words. Vellum 21 cm (Ref: Hoffmann 193: 'Am Ende befindet sich ein bedeutender Excurs: De dialectis in Antonino Liberal.
('omnibus modis Ammonium vexavit, & tam contumeliose laceravit, ut, in Ammonio exemplum & incuriae & inscitiae ponendum esse'. XXV) Young Valckenaer announces that he is going to repair this 'gravissimam iniuriam'.
Not one copy in KVK; not one copy of this edition in Italian libraries. His work 'Res Gestae', meant to continue the work of the Roman historian Tacitus, describes the history of Rome from Nerva till the downfall of the emperor Valens in 378 in 31 books. 'Ammianus' Gesammtleistung reiht ihn unter die grossen Historiker Roms ein'. 598) His style is not polished, but rather harsh and obscure, the style of a soldier and a Greek.
Hamburg (Hamburgi), Ex Bibliopolio Frobeniano, 1609. He carried arms under the emperors Constantius, Julian and Valens.
(in interiorem Linguae indolem & veram vocum originem reliquis grammaticis omnibus ignoratam, sese penetravisse Ammonium') (Idem, eodem) The first part consists of the work of Ammonius and several other unpublished ancient grammatici, the second part consists of Valckenaer's notes on Ammonius, and a specimen of the scholia from the 'codex Vossianus'. obviis'; Ebert 752; Graesse 1,154; Brunet 1,330: 'cette édition était la meilleure avant celle de 1832'; Spoelder, p. Gilt coat of arms of Dordrecht in the centre of the boards.
The untertaking proved to be successful, because it resulted in his appointment as professor of Greek at the University of Franeker in 1741. 205/6) (Collation: *-5*4, A-2K4; 4, A-2K4 (leaf 2K4 blank)) (Photographs on request) Book number: 130008 Euro 490,00 ANTONINUS LIBERALIS ANTÔNINOU LIBERALIS METAMORPHÔSEÔN SUNAGÔGÊ. 545: Dordrecht 2) (Details: Prize copy, including the printed prize. Backstrip panelled in gilt with repeated floral motives. Woodcut printer's mark on title: 'Tuta sub Aegide Pallas'. Greek text with facing Latin translation, notes on the lower half of the pages) (Condition: Vellum slightly soiled. All four ties gone) (Note: Antoninus Liberalis was an ancient Greek grammarian/mythographer, probably of Antonine times (AD 100 and 200).
Edition with the authorization of the Bishop & Princeps of Bologna Hieronymus Boncompagno. Sandys reports that Lindenbrog was a citizen of Hamburg, and was influenced by the genius J. (ADB 18, 692/93) There exist 2 versions of this edition, the text is the same, but the number of preliminary leaves differs. Lexicon 'de spiritibus dictionum, ex operibus' Tryphonis, Choerobosci, Theodoriti, etc. Vellum 20.5 cm (Ref: Hoffmann 1,125; Brunet 1,239; Ebert 536; Graesse 1,105) (Details: Six thongs laced through the joints. These works could be of great use for the understanding of textual problems and for the amending of texts of classical authors, and they were of great help to gain a profound knowledge of the Greek language and its vocabulary.
When this 'doctor universalis' was teaching in Cologne from 1248-1254 Thomas Aquinas was one of his pupils. The first part of this edition of 1609 contains the Latin text, and the second part 266 pages with the 'observationes' and a collection of 'varia lectiones'. (Sandys II,364) He studied in Leiden, and before this lawyer/philologist started a lucrative legal practice, he produced a number of editions of Latin authors, among them Statius, Ammianus & Terentius, works that are still to be consulted nowadays. primae editionis Aldinae, & aliunde, emaculavit & notis illustravit, reliqua ex codd. Bibliothecae Lugduno-Batavae nunc primum vulgavit Ludovicus Casparus Valckenaer. Leiden (Lugduno Batavorum), Apud Johannem Luzac, 1739. 2 volumes in 1: (VIII), XXXI,(3),264; (VIII),249,(15 index),(2 blank) p. V,32/33: 'Custodite igitur et facite quae praecepit Dominus Deus vobis: non declinabitis neque ad dexteram, neque ad sinistram: sed per viam, quam praecepit Dominus Deus vester, ambulabitis, ut vivatis, et bene sit vobis, et protelentur dies in terra possesionis vestrae') (Condition: Vellum age-tanned and slightly soiled. Hemsterhuis, 1685-1766, advised his students in Franeker and later in Leiden, to use especially the lexica of the ancient lexicographers.
Our edition of 1676 is the first edition with his notes. (Van der Aa, 12/2, 1148) He is best known for his edition of the 'Mythographi Latini', Amsterdam 1681. Vellum 17 cm (Ref: Hoffmann 1,199; Dibdin 1,272: 'an accurate edition'; Moss 1,63; Brunet 1,344/45; Ebert 802; Graesse 1,162) (Details: 2 thongs laced throught the joints. The book contains immediately after the title two short dedications, which are the same except for the heading. de Roche-Choüart illustri comiti Lemovicensi', and on the following leaf to 'Illustri Comiti Lemovicensi de Roche-Choüart'.