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Polybii Megalopolitani Historiarum quid-quid superest; recensuit, digessit, emendatiore interpretatione, varietate lectionis, adnotationibus, indicibus illustravit Ioannes Schweighaeuser.

Main Author: Polybius.
Related Names: Ernesti, Johann August 1707-1781, Casaubon, Meric 1599-1671, Casaubon, Isaac 1559-1614, Schweighäuser, Johann 1742-1830
Language(s): Greek, Ancient (to 1453) ; Latin
Published: Lipsiae, In Libraria Weidmannia, 1789-1795.
Subjects: History, Ancient
Greece > History
Rome > History > Republic, 510-30 B.C.
Note: Vol. 8, pt. 2 has also special t.p.: Index graecitatis Polybianae, sive Lexicon Polybianum ab Is. et Merico Casaubonis olim adumbratum inde ab Io. Aug. Ernesti elaboratum ...
Title in Greek at head of title.
Physical Description: 8 v. in 9. 22 cm.
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