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: Cyrillus. , Labbé, Charles 1582-1657.
Language(s): Latin
Published: [Londini? : s.n., 1820?
Edition: Edition unidentified: appears to consist of a part of, or reprints from, the London edition of the Thesaurus (1816-1826); includes the glossary of Labbé (591 p.) with special title page: Cyrilli, Philoxeni, aliorumque veterum Glossaria. Lutetiae Parisiorum, Cura & impensis L. Billaine, 1679.
Subjects: Latin language > Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
Greek language > Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
Greek language > Dictionaries > Latin.
Greek language > Dictionaries.
Note: With reproduction of the title pages of various earlier editions.
Inserted at end are separate indexes to the Thesaurus (xxiv and v p. respectively) as issued in parts to subscribers to this edition.
General title page wanting: title from special title page preceding first part, with imprint: [n.p.] H. Stephani Oliva [n.d.].
Physical Description: dlxviii, 591, xxiv v p.
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