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66/3136 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Plutarchus. De levens van doorluchtige Grieken en Romeinen, onderling vergeleeken. Dutch transl. and ed. E. van Wassenbergh and H. Bosscha. Dordr., F. Boekee, 1825-1829, 2nd rev. and enl. ed., 13 vols., engr. frontisp., portr. of the translators and 14 engr. plates by R. VINKELES, orig. unif. printed boards.

- All plates sl. foxed, otherwise contents fine. Paper backstrips worn (away); some vols. spines splitting. Rarely found in original printed boards.

= Geerebaert LXIX, 14; Schweiger I, p.268.

€ (70-90) 70
66/3137 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Plutarchus. Les vies des hommes illustres. Ed. A. Dacier. Maastr., J.-E. Dufour and Ph. Roux, 1778, 14 vols., engr. frontisp. and 43 (of ?) portraits, contemp. unif. gilt hcalf w. mor. letterpiece.

- Possibly lacks a number of portraits; occas. (sl.) yellowed/ browned. Vol. 1 backcover and top of spine dam.

€ (100-150)
66/3138 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Priapeia sive diversorum poetarum in Priapum Lusus Ed G Schoppius 66/3138 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Priapeia sive diversorum poetarum in Priapum Lusus Ed G Schoppius
66/3138 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Priapeia sive diversorum poetarum in Priapum Lusus. Ed. G. Schoppius. Frankf. a.M., W. Richter for C. Nebenius, 1506 (=1606), 176,(1)p., woodcut printer's mark, contemp. overlapping vellum, 12mo.

- Yellowed/ browned throughout; owner's entry on upper pastedown, upper hinge broken.

= Schweiger II, p.821 ".... Selten".

BOUND WITH: Catullus, C.V. Casta Carmina (...). Ed. R. Eglinus Iconius Tigurinus. Ibid., idem, 1506 (=1606), 101,(1)p.

- Yellowed/ browned throughout. = Not traced in the usual reference works.

€ (100-150)
66 3139 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Reizius G O 66 3139 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Reizius G O
66/3139 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Reizius, G.O. Belga Graecissant. Rott., J. Hofhout, 1730, (2),636p., fold. engr. table, contemp. vellum w. ties and gilt coat of arms on both covers.

- Stamp on title-p. One tie broken; gilding on backcover sl. worn off.

= Famous text book of comparative linguistics in Latin, comparing the Greek and Dutch language with each other, based on classical texts and with reference to a wide range of older and contemporary linguistic studies. The work i.a. includes a letter (in Dutch) by M.Z. van Boxhorn: "Bedieninge van de tot noch toe onbekende afgodinne Nehalennia, Over de dusent ende ettelicke hondert Jaren onder het sandt begraven, dan onlancx ontdeckt op het strandt van Walcheren in Zeelandt" (p.567-595).

€ (150-250) 150
66 3140 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Rosinus J 66 3140 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Rosinus J
66/3140 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Rosinus, J. Antiquitatum romanarum corpus absolutissimum (...). Ed. T. Dempsterus and C. Schrevelius. Amst., Typographia Blauiana, 1685, 2 parts in 1 vol., (6),934,(30)p., engr. frontisp., 8 plates (3 fold.), contemp. blindst. vellum, 4to.

- Plan of ancient Rome w. tear in margin and sm. tear on one fold. Vellum sl. duststained; upper hinge starting; traces of former ticket at top of spine.

= Graesse VI, p.166 and Brunet IV, p.1398 (other eds.).

€ (100-150) 100
66/3141 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Sallustius Crispus, C. Opera, quae exstant, omnia: Cum selectissimis Variorum Observationibus. Ed. A. Thysius. Leyden, F. Hackius, 1659, (24),534,(50)p., engr. tilte-p., contemp. vellum w. later red mor. letterpiece.

- Sl. wormholed in lower margin throughout (occas. affecting text). Binding warped.

= Schweiger p.878.

AND 2 others, both in dam. binding, i.a. J. SECUNDUS, Opera. Ed. P. Scriverius (Leyden, 1631, engr. title-p., contemp. gilt calf, 12mo. Occas. marking in text; covers worn and frontcover loose).

€ (70-90) 90
66 3142 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Schurzfleisch H L 66 3142 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Schurzfleisch H L
66/3142 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism). Schurzfleisch, H.L. Annus Romanorum Julianus, Libro Commentario illustratus, Cum Rationibus et Tabulis compluribus, ad praesentem statum seculumque accommodatis. Accesserunt Fasti Marmorei, et Calendarium Constantii Imperatoris, ex tribus Codicibus inter se collatis, Herwartiano, Bucheriano et Lambeciano desumptum (...). Wittenberg, C. Schroeterum, 1704, (6),378,14p., 2 woodcut plates (1 fold.), later hvellum.

- Partly waterstained in lower margin; one large tear in title-p.; some lvs. w. sm. tears; fold. plate w. sm. hole.

€ (100-150)
66 3143 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Secundus J 66 3143 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Secundus J
66/3143 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Secundus, J. Kisses: a Poetical Translation of the Basia of Joannes Secundus Nicolaïus. With the original Latin and an essay on his life and writings. London, J. Bew, 1778, 2nd ed., 276p., engr. frontisp., 1 circular portrait, contemp./ sl. later gilt green full mor., gilt board edges and inside dentelles, marbled endpapers, a.e.g.

- Bookplate on upper pastedown; extensive dedication (dated 1844) on first blank; one textleaf w. some scribbling and annots. in pencil; occas. trifle yellowed/ foxed.

€ (50-70) 50
66 3144 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Seneca L A 66 3144 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Seneca L A
66/3144 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Seneca, L.A. Alle de brieven aan Lucilius geschreven: Bestaande in zedenrijke leringen, heilsame onderwijzingen, treffelijke zinspreuken, deftige aanmaningen, en scherpzinnige verschillen der oude Wijsbegerigen. Dutch transl. J.H. Glazemaker. Amst., G. van Goedesberg, 1654, (8),712p., woodcut title-vignette, contemp. vellum.

- Occas. w. brownish offsetting. Vellum sl. darkened. Otherwise fine.

= Cf. Schweiger p.931. Rare.

€ (150-250) 190
66/3145 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Seneca, L.A. Opera omnia. Ed. J. Lipsius. Leyden, Apud Elzevirios (B. and A. Elzevier), 1639-1640, 3 vols., (24),552; 718; 442,(145)p., engr. title, 2 plates, contemp. unif. overlapping vellum, 12mo.

- A few old underlinings. Joints split(ting).

= Willems 508; Schweiger p.912. "Les Elzeviers ont donné trois éditions de Sénèque, en 1640, 1649 et 1659. L'édition de 1640 (...) est la plus belle et la plus recherchée." (Willems).

Idem. Tragoediae. Ed. T. Farnabius. Amst., W. & J. Blaeu, 1632, (8),363p., contemp. overlapping vellum, 12mo.

- Lacks pastedowns. Vellum loosening at turn-ins.

AND 1 other: J.F. GRONOVIUS, Ad L. & M. Annaeos Senecas Notae (Amst., 1658, contemp. vellum, 12mo).

€ (100-150) 130
66 3146 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Seneca L A 66 3146 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Seneca L A
66/3146 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Seneca, L.A. Opera quae exstant omnia. Ed. J. Lipsius. Antw., B. Moretus for the Officina Plantiniana, 1652, 4th ed., (18),XXXVI,911p., engr. title-p., 2 engr. plates by C. GALLE after RUBENS (bust of Seneca; Seneca dying in his bath), woodcut initials, vignettes and ills., contemp. blindst. vellum, folio.

- Without the portrait of Lipsius; yellowed (lessening towards the end); upper pastedown torn. Upper joint split; backstrip loose; frontcover w. traces of old newspaper; vellum wrinkled and darkened.

= Graesse VI, p.348; Ebert II, 20860; Schweiger p.912: "Gesuchteste Ausg. des Lipsius" ; Dibdin II, p.397: "Harwood speaks highly of the magnificence and beauty of the volume, and of the excellent notes of Lipsius: the Bipont editors call it "Edit. rara et nitida"."

€ (150-250) 150
66 3147 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Seneca L A 66 3147 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Seneca L A
66/3147 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Seneca, L.A. Vanden weldaden. Leerende den rechten aert van broederlijcke liefde, getrouwe vrientschappe ende beleefde huesscheyt (...). Dutch transl. D.V. Coornhert. Haarlem, J. van Zuren, 1562, (8),234 lvs., woodcut printer's mark on title, later gilt hvellum w. mor. letterpiece, sm. 8vo.

- Bookplate on upper pastedown; 2 lvs. (Bb4 and Bb5) misbound. A fine copy.

= Bibl. Belgica S85; Valkema Blouw 4596; Geerebaert CXXXIII, 2; Laceulle-van de Kerk 9a; Ekama 13; Waller 1540; Muller 343; De Vries 382. Rare first edition of the first Dutch translation; the 6th publication by the Haarlem printer Jan van Zuren, active 1561-1564.

€ (600-800) 1500
66/3148 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Smetius, H. Prosodia in novam formam digesta (...). Amst., J. Jansonius, 1648, (14),526p., contemp. overlapping vellum, sm. 8vo.

- Mediocre copy: lacks frontisp. and first free endpaper; yellowed; partly waterstained; contemp. annots. on endpapers. Backstrip stained.

Baudius, D. Poematum Nova Editio, tertia parte nunc loce pletata (...). Leyden, G. Basson, 1616, 2 parts in 1 vol., (28),614; 216p., woodcut printer's vignette, contemp. vellum, sm. 8vo.

- Lacks p. 13-20 in second part; portion cut from title-p. w. loss of part of the printer's vignette; soiled/ (water)stained and w. scattered underlinings in pen; bookblock loose(ning). Upper joint split; binding soiled/ stained; backstrip creased.

AND 2 others, i.a. G.J. VOSSIUS, Rhetorice Contracta (Groningen, 1754, woocut printer's vignette, contemp. vellum, sm. 8vo).

€ (50-70) 90
66 3149 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Smids L 66 3149 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Smids L
66/3149 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Smids, L. (Pictura loquens; sive Heroicarum tabularum Hadriani Schoonebeeck, Enarratio et Explicatio). (Amst., H. Schoonebeek, 1695), (14),240,(16)p., engr. frontisp., full-p. dedic. ill. and 60 contemp. handcol. full-p. ills., contemp. plain hvellum, sm. 8vo.

- Lacks title-page; some sl. occas. foxing/ soiling; a few scribblings in ink on upper pastedown. Covers sl. soiled w. some green stains.

= Brunet V, p.412; Praz p.498. A finely illustrated gallery of mythological and historical pictures.

€ (100-150) 100
66/3150 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Tacitus, C.C. Vande ghedenkwaerdige geschiedenissen der Romeinen. Dutch transl. J. Fenacolius. Amst., J. Hartgersz, 1645, (14),838,(38)p., engr. title, contemp. overlapping vellum.

- Library stamp on title-p.; 3 textlvs. w. sm. holes (affecting text) and stains. Vellum soiled/ darkened; turn-ins frontcover loosening; shelfticket on spine.

= Geerebaert CXXXVII, 3; Schweiger p.1028.

AND 2 others.

€ (100-150) 100
66 3151 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Terentius Afer P 66 3151 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Terentius Afer P
66/3151 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Terentius Afer, P. Comoediae sex. Ed. J. Minellius. Rott., J. Leers, 1702, (16),540,(42)p., engr. title-p., contemp. vellum, 12mo.

- Lacks first free endpaper and final blank. Fine copy. = This edition not in Schweiger.

€ (70-90)
66 3152 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Torsellino H 66 3152 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Torsellino H
66/3152 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Torsellino, H. Horatii Tursellini Romani, E Societate Iesu Lauretanae Historiae, Libri Quinque. N.pl., Leodii, 1621, 373,(11)p., 1 engr. ill., contemp. gilt calf, 12mo.

- Ticket on upper pastedown; stamps on (verso) title-p. Upper joint splitting; 4 sm. holes from former ties.

€ (60-80) 60
66 3153 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Valla L 66 3153 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Valla L
66/3153 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Valla, L. De linguae Latinae elegantia libri sex. Paris, S. Colinaeus, 1544, (22),331,(1) lvs., title-p. within woodcut border, 18th cent. gilt calf, 4to.

- (Traces of) photocorners on upper pastedown; occas. sl. foxed; title-p. sl. yellowed/ soiled. Joints splitting; backstrip worn; covers sl. scratched; corners showing.

= Adams V183; not in STC BM French.

€ (150-250) 250
66/3154 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Vigerus, F. De praecipuis Graecae dictionis idiotismis libellus. Ed. H. Hoogeveen. Leyden, P. vander Eyk, 1766, 3rd ed., (32),634,(118)p., engr. title-vignette, contemp. calf w. gilt spine and brown mor. letterpiece.

- Partly sl. waterstained. Sm. smoke stain on backcover.

= Hoogeveen's famous edition of Vigerus work on Greek grammar.

BOUND WITH: Zeunius, J.G. Animadversiones in Francisci Vigeri De praecipuis Graecae dictionis idiotismis librum, ad justam examinis lancem revocatae ab Henrico Hoogeveen. Ibid., idem and D. Vygh, 1781, XX,176p.

- Partly sl. waterstained.

€ (50-70) 50
66 3155 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Vitringa C 66 3155 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Vitringa C
66/3155 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Vitringa, C. Commentarius in librum prophetiarum Jesaiæ, quo sensus orationis Ejus sedulo investigatur; in veras Visorum interpretandorum Hypotheses inquiritur, & ex iisdem facta Interpretatio antiquæ Historiæ Monumentis confirmatur atque illustratur: Cum prolegomenis. Leeuw., F. Halma, 1714-1720, 2 vols., 20,710; 12,958,(28)p., engr. title-vignette and fold. map, contemp. blindst. vellum, folio.

- Both vols. occas. vaguely browned. Both vols. joints splitting. = Rare. Graesse VII, p.376.

€ (200-300)