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Poeseos Asiaticae commentariorum libri sex : cum appendice / auctore Guilielmo Iones ... ; recudi curavit Io. Gottfried Eichhorn ...

Main Author: Jones, William, Sir, 1746-1794.
Related Names: Eichhorn, Johann Gottfried 1752-1827.
Language(s): Latin
Published: Lipsiae : Apud Haeredes Weidmanni et Reichium, 1777.
Subjects: Poetics.
Turkish poetry > History and criticism.
Persian poetry > History and criticism.
Arabic poetry > History and criticism.
Note: Errata on p. 417-418.
Signatures: a-c⁸ d⁴ A-2C⁸ chi1. d4 blank?; wanting in LC copy.
Colophon reads: Ienae, Litteris Fickelscherrii.
Original edition published in London in 1774.
Physical Description: LIV, 418 p., [3] leaves of plates (1 folded) : ill. (engravings) ; 23 cm. (8vo)
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