Catalog Record: Theophili Sigefridi Bayeri, Mvsevm sinicvm in quo sinicae linguae et litteraturae ratio explicatur | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Theophili Sigefridi Bayeri, Mvsevm sinicvm in quo sinicae linguae et litteraturae ratio explicatur.

Main Author: Bayer, T. S. 1694-1738.
Related Names: Confucius. , Walter, Christopher Theodor 1699-1741., Pressier, Christian Friedrich 1697-1738., Bosse, Martin d. 1750., Dal, Nicolaus 1690-1747., Müller, Andreas 1630?-1694.
Language(s): Latin ; Chinese ; Tamil
Published: Petropoli, ex typographia Academiae imperatoriae, 1730.
Subjects: Hevelius, Johannes, > 1611-1687.
Chronology, Chinese.
Tamil language.
Chinese language > Grammar.
Latin language > Dictionaries > Chinese.
Chinese language > Dictionaries > Latin.
China > Study and teaching.
Note: v. 1, 11 p. l., 145, 190 p.; 2, 1 p. l., 372 p., 1 l. 74 plates of Chinese characters engraved on copper: v. 1 contains 17 plates: the first plate (tab. ad praef., p. 136) represents a Chinese calendar ; 8 plates following p. 56 and paged 52-72, though printed on one side of leaf only, contain the words occurring in Grammaticae sinicae l. I.; the remaining plates are numbered tab. I-VIII. v. 2 contains 57 plates, 44 of which, paged 1-88, contain "Lexicon sinicum"; the rest are numbered tab. I-XIII.
Physical Description: 2 v. in 1. plates. 21 cm.
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