Catalog Record: Aesopi Phrygis Fabvlae : elegantissimis eiconibus ueras animalium species ad uiuum adumbrantes. Gabriae Graeci Fabellae XXXXIIII. Batrachomyomáchia Homeri, hoc est, Ranarum & murium pugna. Galeōmyomachía, hoc est, Felium & murium pugna, tragoedia graeca : haec omnia cum Latina interpretatione | HathiTrust Digital Library

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Aesopi Phrygis Fabvlae :
elegantissimis eiconibus ueras animalium species ad uiuum adumbrantes. Gabriae Graeci Fabellae XXXXIIII. Batrachomyomáchia Homeri, hoc est, Ranarum & murium pugna. Galeōmyomachía, hoc est, Felium & murium pugna, tragoedia graeca : haec omnia cum Latina interpretatione.

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Related Names: Salomon, Bernard approximately 1506-approximately 1561., Knopff, Adam. , Prodromus, Theodore. , Babrius.
Language(s): Latin ; Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
Published: Lvgdvni : Apvd Ioan. Tornaesivm, 1551.
Subjects: Fables, Greek > Fables, Greek / Translations into Latin.
Woodcuts > Woodcuts / France > Woodcuts / France / 16th century.
Fables.
Note: Signatures: a-z⁸ A⁸.
Of the 40 small woodcuts illustrating Aesop's fables, most are ascribed to Bernard Salomon; cf. Mortimer, R., French 16th-cent., 7 (describing de Tournes' ed. of 1570). De Tournes' device with snakes on t.p., and another on verso of last leaf. Head and tail pieces. Criblé, arabesque and historiated initials.
"Aesopi fabulatoris uita, a Maximo Planude conscripta", p. 7-118.
Greek and Latin in parallel columns, p. 3-279, and on facing pages, p. 280-375.
Edited by Adam Knopff; see "Typographvs Lectori," p. [382].
Physical Description: 375, [9] p. : ill. ; 13 cm. (16mo)
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