Catalog Record: Dictys Cretensis et Dares Phrygius De bello et excidio Trojae, In usum Serenissimi Delphini | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Dictys Cretensis et Dares Phrygius De bello et excidio Trojae, In usum Serenissimi Delphini, cum interpretatione Annae Daceriae. Accedunt in hac Nova Editione Notae Variorum integrae; Nec non Josephus Iscanus, Cum Notis Sam. Dresemii. Numismatibus & Gemmis, Historiam illustrantibus exornavit Lud. Smids, M.D. Dissertationem de Dictye Cretensi praefixit Jac. Perizonius

Main Author: Dictys, Cretensis
Related Names: Joseph of Exeter d. ca. 1224., Borch, Ole 1626-1690, Vinding, Poul 1658-1712, Obrecht, Ulrich 1646-1701, Barth, Kaspar von 1587-1658, Mercier, Josias 1560 (ca.)-1626, Smids, Ludolph , Perizonius, Jacobus 1651-1715, Dresemius, Samuel 1578-1638, Dares Phrygius. , Dacier Madame d. 1720
Language(s): Latin
Published: Amstelaedami, Apud Georgium Gallet, 1702
Subjects: Troy (Extinct city)
Physical Description: [82], 177, [69], [6], 54, [10], [12], 168, [8] p., [7] leaves of plates, ill. 25 cm
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