Catalog Record: Thēsauros tēs hellēnikēs glōssēs = Thesaurus Graecae linguae | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Thēsauros tēs hellēnikēs glōssēs = Thesaurus Graecae linguae / ab H. Stepano constructus.

Main Author: Estienne, Henri, 1531-1598.
Related Names: Barker, Edmund Henry 1788-1839, ed., Valpy, Abraham John 1787-1854, ed., Cyril Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria ca. 370-444, glossator., Labbé, Charles 1582-1657.
Language(s): Latin ; Greek, Modern (1453- )
Published: Londini : In ædibus Valpianis ... , 1816-1828.
Edition: Editio nova auctior et emendatior.
Subjects: Latin language > Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
Greek language > Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
Greek language > Dictionaries > Latin.
Note: Vols. 1-9 paged continuously (dlxviii p., 11252 col.) with the exception of the index (v.7, 583 p. at end)
With reproduction of the title pages of various earlier editions.
Ed. by A.J. Valpy and E.H. Barker.
Vol. 10 has special title: Caroli Zabbæi Glossaria, Græco-Latina et Latino-Græca. Cum aliis opusculis; and caption title: Cyrilli, Philoxeni, aliorumque veterum Glossaria Latino-Græca, et Græco-Latina, a Carolo Labbæo collecta ...
Physical Description: 10 v. ; 38 cm.
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