Catalog Record: Thesaurus graecae linguae, ab Henrico Stephano constructus | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Thesaurus graecae linguae, ab Henrico Stephano constructus.

Main Author: Estienne, Henri, 1531-1598.
Related Names: Dindorf, Ludwig August 1805-1871., Dindorf, Wilhelm 1802-1883., Hase, Charles Benoît 1780-1864.
Language(s): Latin
Published: Parisiis, excudebat A. Firmin Didot [1831-65]
Edition: Post editionem anglicam novis additamentis auctum, ordineque alphabetico digestum tertio ediderunt Carolus Benedictus Hase ... Guilielmus Dindorfius et Ludovicus Dindorfius.
Subjects: Latin language > Dictionaries > Greek.
Greek language > Dictionaries > Latin.
Note: The original special t.-p. of first part of vol. I (Post editionem anglicam ... tertio ed. C.B. Hase, L. de Sinner, Th. Fix ...) is wanting.
Head-pieces at the beginning of each letter.
Physical Description: 8 v. in 9 ; 35 cm.
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