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CICERO. Manuscript of 36 pages, containing lecture notes on the first 18 capita of the 'Laelius' of Cicero, a dialogue on friendship. No place, no date. Boards. 20 cm (Details: The handwriting, which is of the first half of the 18th century, is hasty but very well legible. The leaves are bound by pamphlet stitch, within plain grey boards. (Condition: Right lower corner somewhat dog-eared; some small damage to the right lower corner of about 12 pages, with the loss of some letters) (Note: The notes are from the hand of a Dutchman. They explain words, verbs, and syntax and offer references to other works of Cicero and other writers, especially Nepos. Regularly Latin expressions and phrases have been translated into Dutch)(Photographs on request)
Book number: 130043 Euro 100.00

€ 100,00
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REITZIUS,J.F.
REITZIUS,J.F.
REITZIUS,J.F.
REITZIUS,J.F.
REITZIUS,J.F.

REITZIUS,J.F. Dictata Viri Celeberrimi atque Clarissimi J.F. Reitzii in Nieupoortii Compendium Antiquitatum Romanarum. No place, no date. 4to. 644 p. Half calf 21.5 cm (Ref: Haitsma Mulier 352) (Details: 18th century manuscript lecture notes of an anonymous, written in Latin in a fair copy book. The hand is clear, even, pleasant and legible. The text is mostly written on the recto side of the leaves. The back of the binding is richly gilt, and has 5 raised bands. The shield in the second compartment reads: 'Cl. Reitzii in Nieup. Antiq. Rom. Dictata') (Condition: Back somewhat rubbed. Foot of the spine slightly damaged. Paper on both boards completely gone) (Note: This manuscript contains the college notes of Johann Friedrich Reitz (Johannes Fredericus Reitzius) which were to accompany his lectures on Roman Antiquities, based on Nieupoort's manual of Roman antiquities 'Rituum, qui olim apud Romanos obtinuerunt, succincta explicatio ad intelligentiam veterum auctorum facili ...

€ 400,00
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