Catalog Record: Scholia tōn panu dokimōn eis hepta tragōdias ton Eyripidou syllegenta ek diaphorōn palaiōn biblōn kai synarmologēthenta para Arseniu archiepiskopu Monembasias. Scholia in septem Euripidis tragœdias | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Scholia tōn panu dokimōn eis hepta tragōdias ton Eyripidou syllegenta ek diaphorōn palaiōn biblōn kai synarmologēthenta para Arseniu archiepiskopu Monembasias. Scholia in septem Euripidis tragœdias, ex antiquis exemplaribus ab Arsenio archiep[iscop]o Mone[m]basi[a]e collecta, & nunc primu[m] in lucem edita.

Main Author: Arsenios, Archbishop of Monemvasia, 1465-1535.
Language(s): Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
Published: [Venetiis] M.D.XXXIIII.
Subjects: Euripides.
Note: Signatures: *², A-Z⁴, AA-NN⁴.
Colophon: Venetijs in officina Lucaeantonij Juntae cû privilegio M.D.XXXIIII die XXIIII Decembris.
Printer's device on title-page.
Greek title at head of title.
Library copy from the Greenleaf Library collected by Johannes Schulze of Prussia.
Physical Description: 4 leaves, 293 numbered leaves, 1 leaf. 18 cm.
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