Catalog Record: Platōn = Platonis philosophi quae exstant Graece ad editionem Henrici Stephani accurate expressa cum Marsilii Ficini interpretatione ; praemittitur 1. III Laertii de vita et dogm. Plat. cum notitia literaria ; accedit varietas lectionis ; studiis Societatis Bipontinae | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Platōn = Platonis philosophi quae exstant Graece ad editionem Henrici Stephani accurate expressa cum Marsilii Ficini interpretatione ; praemittitur 1. III Laertii de vita et dogm. Plat. cum notitia literaria ; accedit varietas lectionis ; studiis Societatis Bipontinae.

Main Author: Plato.
Related Names: Exter, Friedrich Christian 1746-1817., Embser, Johann Valentin 1749-1783., Agricola, Rodolphus 1443?-1485., Corradi, Sebastiano d. 1556., Estienne, Henri 1531-1598., Ficino, Marsilio 1433-1499.
Language(s): Latin ; Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
Published: Biponti : Ex Typographia Societatis, 1781-1787.
Subjects: Plato.
Note: The translation of the Axiochus is by R. Agricola; the other spurious dialogues (v. 11) are translated by S. Corrado.
Edited by F.C. Exter and J.V. Embser.
Portraits are engraved title vignettes.
Text in Greek and Latin; notes in Latin.
First word of title in Greek script.
Physical Description: 10 v. : ports. ; 20 cm.
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