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Apophthegmatum ex optimis utriusque linguae scriptoribus
Published in Basel by H. Froben & N. Episcopius. Originally published in Basel in 1531, with a dedication to William Duke of Cleves (Guilhelmo duci Cliunsi) dated 1531. Recently bound in dark brown morocco with black and gilt label to spine. Woodcut mark on title and at the end. Some woodcut initials. Erasmus's Apophtegmatum is a collection of aphorisms, originally collected by Plutarch, and attributed to Socrates, Plato, Alexander the Great and others of classical antiquity
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