Catalog Record: C. Plinii Caecilii Secvndi Epistolarvm libri decem et Panegyricvs | Hathi Trust Digital Library


C. Plinii Caecilii Secvndi Epistolarvm libri decem et Panegyricvs, ex recensione et cvm adnotationibvs perpetvis Io. Matthiae Gesneri, qvibvs Io. Michaelis Hevsingeri, Io. Christ. Theoph. Ernestii, svasqve notas additit Godofr. Henr. Schaefer.

Main Author: Pliny, the Younger
Related Names: Ernesti, Johann Christian Gottlieb 1756-1802., Heusinger, Johann Michael 1690-1751., Gesner, Johann Matthias 1691-1761., Schäfer, Gottfried Heinrich 1764-1840.
Language(s): Latin
Published: Lipsiae, svmtibvs Caspari Fritsch, 1805.
Subjects: Domitian, > Emperor of Rome, > 51-96.
Trajan, > Emperor of Rome, > 53-117.
Pliny, > the Younger > Correspondence.
Authors, Latin > Correspondence.
Note: Text and notes in Latin with some Greek.
Physical Description: xc, 794 p. 21 cm.
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