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Stephanos Byzantios; Jacobus Gronovius; Thomas de Pinedo; Stephanus Byzantinus
De urbibus. : Quem primus Thomas de Pinedo Lusitanus latii jure donabat, & observationibus scrutinio variarum linguarum
Amsterdam: Jacobi de Jonge, 1678. Hardcover. Very Good. [De urbibus or Peri poleon] 34 cm. Bound in contemporary blind stamped vellum. Rebacked, with renewed spine. Text printed in two columns. Parallel language edition in Greek and Latin. [20], 800, [83] pages. Engraved vignette on title. s": Fragments of Stephanus' work of geography. Translated from Greek into Latin and annotated by Thomas de Pinedo Lusitanus. First published by Aldus Manutius in Venice, 1502. Stephanus lived in the 6th century during the reign of Justinian I. In this fragmentary work Stephan writes a geographical dictionary, special attention is given to the names of places in Egypt. Refs: Graesse VI, 1, 492. Hoffmann III, 441; Schweiger I, 300; Brunet V, 531
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]

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