Jos. Dacier). Par. 1772. 8°. (5 out date, fol. 124 numbered leaves, fr.) and one leaf of errata.

Sm. Formey's translation, under the title, Diversités hist. Berl. 1764. 8°. is of no value.

140- verm. Erzähll. a. d. Gr. m. Anm. v. J. H. F. Meinecke. Qdlb. 1775. (new title, 1787.) 8°. (18 gr.) 141 ELIANUS Tacticus. De militarib. ordinib. instituendis more Græcor. liber, a Fr. Robortello nunc pr. gr. editus, multisq. imaginib. et picturis ab eod. illustr. Ven., Spinelli, 1552. 4°. 4 leaves of preliminary matter, 77 pages, and one leaf at the end.

The first separate edition of the Greek text, already previously printed in Thomas Magister, Lutet. 1532. 8°. His and Gaza's Latin translation Robortello gave in a separate volume, Ven. 1552. 4°. which however is wanting in most copies, and is extremely scarce. The whole edition is repeated in Cl. Æliani opp. ed. Cr. Gesner. 142 Tactica, s. de motionib. ac præceptis militarib. ad formandas et transformandas acies necessariis, liber singularis. Ed. nova. Op. et st. Sixti Arcerii. LB., L. Elzevir. 1613. 4°. with 3 plates.

Already in March of the same year the publisher added thereto Leonis Imp. Tactica, ex ed. J. Meursii. LB. 1612. 4° and gave the works the following title: Cl. Eliani et Leonis Imp. tactica, s de instruend. acieb. gr. et lat. Quor. hic græce prim. opera J. Meursii, ille ex Sixt. Arcerii nova interpr. lat., ambo aut. nott. et animadvv. illustriores in luc. exeunt. LB., L. Elzevir. 1613. 4°. 214 pages (Æl.) 447 pages (Leo) and 7 pages (Modest. vocabb. rei mil.). These last copies are oftener to be met with than the earlier copies without Leo.

143 ÆLIANUS Tacticus. Del modo di mettere in ordinanza, trad. per Fr. Ferrosi. Ven., Giolito, 1551, also 1552. 8°.


la milice des grecs, ou tactique d'Elien, trad. du gr., av. d. notes, par Bouchaud de Bussy. Par. 1757. 12°. 2 voll.

The first edition. A copy on vellum is in the Royal library at Paris.-Another edition, Par. ap. Bad., without date (1500?) fol. containing 6 books.

146 de rebus gestis Francor. 11. X. Acc. (J. Tili) de regib. Francor. chronicon c. ind. Par., Vascosan. 1539. fol.

Good copies of this edition were particularly sought after in France, although the edition, ex postr. auctoris recogn. Par. Vascos. 1544. fol. is equally fine, more correct, and augmented. A convenient small edition, Par. Vascos. 1555. 8°. 2 vols. The last edition, c. contin. Arn. Ferroni et Jac. Henricpetri. Bas. 1601. fol. In French by J. Regnart, Par. 1581, also 1643. fol. In Italian, Ven. 1549. 4°. In German by Ch. Wurstisen, Bas. 1572. fol.

147 ENEAS Gazæus et Zach. Mitylenæus. De immortal. animæ et mortalitate universi, gr. et l. Prior c. vers. et nott. Csp. Barthii, poster. c. interpr. J. Tarini, ejusdemq. et Barthii nott. Lps. 1655. 4°.

Best in Gallandi bibl. PP. T. X. p. 627. -Eneas Plat. de immort. an. (lat. per Amb. Camaldul.) Ven., Paganinis, 1513. 8°. on vellum, M'Carthy, 79 francs (previously Vallière, 80 fr.)-Gr. Gli. Wernsdorf pr. de Enea Gaz. Numb. 1817. 4°. 148 ÆNEAS Sylvius. Opera (ed. M. Hopper). Bas. 1571. fol. More complete than Bas. 1551. fol. An entirely complete edition of all his works is still wanting.


opp. geogr. et histor. (ed. Csp. Cörber et J. Andr. Schmid). Ff. et Lps. 1707. 4°.

Copies with the title, Helmst. 1699. 4°. are not perfect. There ought to be contained cosmogr., hist. Bohem., de concil. Bas., hist. Frid. III, epit. decad. Blondi, comm. in Ant. Panorm. Of which, hist. Frid. III. is wanting in the Basle edition. 150

oratt. politica et ecclesiast., quar. multas ex MSS. codd. eruit, reliquas colleg. et ad MSS. codd. rec. J. Dm. Mansi. Lucæ, 175559. 4°. 3 voll.

See also SCRIPTORES de re mil. and 151 POLYBIUS.

145 ÆMILIUS, P. De rebus gestis Francor. ll. IV. Par., Ascens. with

epistolæ in cardinalatu editæ. telin, about 1472). fol. without place and date (Strb. Men

429 leaves with 37 lines in Roman let

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Enee siluii . . . . Incipiūt epistole peramene. At the end, Finiūt per me Johannem koelhoff de lubeck Colonie incolam. Anno incarnationis M.cccc.lviij. (1478.) fol. Gothic letter.

Remarkable for the false date, and as being the first complete edition; without catchwords, signatures, and pagination. It appears from its internal inequality to have been printed piecemeal.-Pii II. familiar. epistola. Nrb., Koburger, 1481. fol. Gothic letter; containing 433 letters. A less complete, but fine edition, (only 332 letters) is, Enee Silvii epistole peramene. Lov., J. de Westfalia, 1483. small fol. 302 leaves in Roman characters. It has a preference over the other editions in consequence of the insertion of the dates of the letters. Nrb., Koburger, 16 kl. Aug. 1486. 4°. Ib., id. 16 kl. Jun. 1496. 4°. (both containing 433 letters). Mediol., Scinzenzeler, 1496. fol. Lugd. J. de Vingle, 1497. 4°. (both containing 432 letters). The new projected edition of these letters by J. Pt. von Ludewig and G. W. Zapf has not appeared.

156 ÆNEAS Sylvius. Epistola ad Turcar. Imp. Muhamed. Without place or date. 4°.

Gothic letter in Ulric Zell's type, about 1470. 53 leaves of 27 lines. The first leaf commences, Pius papa secūdus eloquētissi

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158 Incipit tractatus de duobus se invicem diligentibus compositus per dominum Eneam Sylvium etc. Without place and date, small 4°.

Containing also, ep. de amor. remedio. Without signatures, catchwords, and pagination; 41 leaves of 28 lines, with Roman characters, rather misshapen—Another edition, without place or date, 4°. in Gothic letter, without catchwords, signatures, and paginations, was printed about 1476. Another, Cölln, without date, small fol. in Gothic letter, without signatures, catchwords, and pagination, contains 27 leaves (the first unprinted), and concludes in the 27th line of the reverse of the last leaf with, Explicit &c.

The first edition with a date (that at Alost, 1473, is considered to be spurious) is, Rom, Wendel de Willa, 1475. 4°. Also, Arg. 1476. 4°. 54 leaves in Gothic letter.-L'histoire d'Eurialus et de Lucrèce transl. en rhithme Franç. Par., Verard, 1493. fol. Gothic letter.-In Italian, Bol., Herc. Nani, 1492. 4°. See also WYLE.

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pro defensione S. R. E. Rom., Basa, 1584. large 4°. 749 pages.

Also Frankf. 1614. fol. The hist.

Frid. III. is best in Kollar. anal. monum.
Vindob. T. II.

161 historia bohemica. Rom., J.
H. Han Heymer et J. Schurener,
1475. fol.

The first edition. The earlier editions of this work are the best. In the later editions the Bohemian names are greatly altered for the worse.


bulla retractationum omnium dudum per eum . . . . in concilio Basil. et contra Eugenium. . scriptorum. Without place and date (Col., U. Zell, about 1468). 4°.

36 leaves of 27 lines, without signatures, catchwords, and pagination, in small Gothic letter. Very scarce.

163 bulla cruciata sanctissimi domini nostri (Pi II.) Pape contra Turchos. (Mentz, J. Faust), fol. Gothic letter.

This extremely rare piece consists of 6 leaves. The first contains the title specified above in two lines in a large type resembling that of the Psalter of 1457. The type of the text appears to be that of the Rationale of 1459. Probably from the press of Faust and Schöffer. The date of the bull, 1463, is perhaps also the year of impression, as Pius certainly died in 1464. There are more editions of the same in 4°. in U. Zell's type, but which, although scarce, are of little value.



- Dis' ist die bul zu dutsch die vnser allerheiligster vatter der babst Pius herusz gesant hait wider die snoden vngleubigen turcken. (Mentz, J. Faust), fol. Gothic letter.

8 leaves of 45 lines in a complete page. The first leaf contains the title specified above in 4 lines in the same type as that of the Psalter of 1457. The bull itself begins on the recto of the second leaf: (P)Jus bischoff eyn knecht der knecht gottes. The type of the text is the same as that of the Rationale of 1459. The reverse of the 8th leaf contains 26 lines, and concludes with the date of the bull. Lord Spencer has the only known copy; see Dibdin bibl. Spenc. IV. 460. 165 ENEAS Tacticus. Liber de toleranda obsidione, gr. ad codd. MSS. Pariss. et Mediceum rec., vers. lat. et comm. integr. Is. Casauboni, novas Jac. Gronovii, G. H. C. Koesii, Csp. Orellii, aliorumque et suas ad

jec. J. Cr. Orellius (also with the title: Supplement. edit. Polybii Schweighaus.) Lps., Weidmann, 1817. large 8°. (on writing-paper id. 16 gr., on Dutch-paper 2 d. 12 gr.)

Previously in the Polybius of Casaubon and Gronovius, in the Scriptt. rei mil. and in the Mathematicis vett. Par. 1693. fol. Compare Jac. Gronovii suppll. lacunar. in Enea Tact., Dione Cuss. et Arriano. LB. 1675. 8°. Ang. Mar. Bandini ep. de celeberr. cod. tacticor. bibl. Laurent. Flor. 1766. 8°.

166 commentaire sur la défense
des places, trad. du gr. d'Eneas le
Tacticien par le Comte le Beauso-
bre. Amst. 1757. 4°. 2 voll.
167 ESCHINES Rhet. Epistolæ
XII. e rec. J. Taylori, c. nott. va-
rior., varia lect. codd. adjecta, ed.
J. Sm. Sammet. Acc. Eschinis
Socr. ep. Lps., Schwickert, 1771.
8°. (10 gr.)


168 et Demosthenis oratt. quatuor inter se contrariæ, gr. Ven., F. Turrisan. 1549. 8°.

This very scarce edition consists of two parts. The first contains 4 leaves of preliminary matter and 75 numbered leaves : the second, 112 numbered leaves. The 44th leaf of the first part is blank. Previously at Par. Wechel, 1531. 4°.

169 in Ctesiphontem oratio. Demosthenis de corona oratio. Inter

pretat. lat. et voc. difficilior. explicat. adjecer. Pt. Foulkes et J. Freind. Ox., th. Sheld. (1696). 8°. with the portraits of both orators. Large paper copies scarce.

This edition is more correct than the reprints of the same, Ox., 1715. 8°. (also on large paper), ib. 1726. 8°. ib. 1732. 8°.

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175 Esch. et Demosth. oratt. de corona ex rec. Imm. Bekkeri. Halle, Hemmerde, 1815. large 8°. (1 d. 12 gr., on vellum-paper 2 d. 21 gr.)

Also in us. prælect. rec. E. C. F. Wunderlich. Gött. 1810. 8°. The collected works of Eschines form the 3rd and 4th volume of the Orator. græc. by Reiske, also separately, Lips. 1808. 8°. 2 vols. A corrected impression of Reiske's Recension, Lips. Tauchnitz, 1813. 12°. (12 and 18 gr.)

Translations, Due oratione, l' una di Eschine contra di Tesiphonte, l'altra di Demosthene a sua difesa, di gr. in volgare tradotte. Vinegia. Figliuoli di Aldo, 1554. 8°. Harangues d'Eschine et de Demosth. sur la couronne, trad. du gr. par Millot. Lyon, 1764. 12°. Esch. u. Demosth. Red. üb. d. Krone od. für u. wid. d. Ctes., übs. u. m. e. hist. Einl. v. F. v. Raumer. Berl. 1811. large 8°. (1 d. 6 gr.) The orations of Eschines against Ctesiphon and Demosth. De Corona, translated and illustr. with not. by And. Portal. Ox. 1755. 8°. See also DEMOSTHENES.

176 ÆSCHINIS Socratici dialogi tres gr. et 1. Vertit et notis illustr. J. Clericus. Amst. 1711. 8°.

177 et l. De novo dialogi tres gr. rec. vertit et animadvv. suis aux. Pt. Horreus. Leovard., Halma, 1718. 8°.


iidem. et 1. Tertium gr. edid., denuo rec. emendav. explicav. indicemq. verbor. adjec. J. F. Fischerus. Lps., Müller, 1786. large 8°. (1 d. 4 gr.)

In the 4th edition, Misena, Erbstein, 1788. large 8°. (12 gr.) the observations and translation are omitted, but the fragsubjoined, and the index enlarged. Of the first edition, Lips. 1753. 8°. those copies are remarkable, in which

ments are

is to be found the preface directed against

C. Ch. Woog, the professor of Greek at Leipsic, which was suppressed. In German by J. Mch. Heinze, Götting. 1788. 8°. 179 ÆSCHYLUS. Tragœdiæ sex, gr. Ven., in æd. Aldi et And. soceri, 1518. 8°. 114 leaves.

The first edition, but incorrect. The Agamemnon and the Choëphora, of which the first is defective at the end, and the last at the beginning, appear here thrown into one another as one piece.

180 eædem, gr. (e rec. Adr. Turnebi) Par., ex off. Turnebi, 1552. 8°. 212 pages and 4 unnumbered leaves at the beginning.

A fine edition, and especially amended in the 3 first tragedies from a MS. yet still with the same confusion in the Agamemnon. Renouard has a copy on large paper.


tragœdiæ VII., a Fr. Robortello nunc pr. ex mss. libris expurg. ac suis metris restitutæ. Ven., Scottus, 1552. 8°.

12 leaves of preliminary matter, 265 numbered pages, and 3 leaves at the end, whereof two are blank. Some bibliographers look upon this as the first complete edition, because the title announces 7 tragedies; it contains however not a single verse more than the Aldine edition, and has only the peculiarity, that Robortello for the first time separated the Agamemnon and the Chöephora, and had them printed as two separate tragedies. To which is added, Scholia in Eschyli tragg. omnes, collecta a Fr. Robortello, Ven., Valgrisius, 1552. 8°. 10 leaves and 216 pages.


tragg. VII. quæ cum omnes multo quam antea castigatiores eduntur, tum vero una, quæ mutila et decurtata prius erat, integra nunc profertur. Scholia in easd. plurim. in locis locupletata et in pene infinitis emendata. Pt. Victorii cura et dilig. Ex off. H. Stephani, 1557. 4°. 4 leaves and 395 pages.

Here the Agamemnon appears for the first time complete. The text and scholia are greatly amended and enlarged from good MSS. Appended are emendations by H. Stephens from 13 (?) MSS.

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eæd. c. scholl. grr. omnibus, deperditor. dramatum fragmentis, versione et commentario Th. Stanleji. Lond., Corn. Bee, 1663, fol.

Some copies, in other respects exactly alike, have in the title, Lond., Jon. Hart, 1664. The two leaves immediately following the title, which contain the privilege of Charles II. and the dedication to H. Puckering alias Newton, are wanting in the copies of 1663. The dedication to Charles II. mentioned in some catalogues is only the privilege mistaken for one. A copy with the privilege and dedication ought to have 16 unnumbered leaves of preliminary matter, and 886 pages. Stanley has taken the edition of Canterus for his basis, collected all the explanations up to that period, augmented the scholia, and subjoined a new translation.

185 tragg. superstites, gr. in eas scholia, c. vers. lat. et comm. Th. Stanleji et notis Fr. Robortelli, Adr. Turnebi, H. Stephani et Gu. Canteri, Curante J. Corn. de Pauw, cuj. notæ acc. Hag. Com., Gosse, 1745. large 4°. 2 voll.

A reprint of Stanley's edition with all its errors, and with a prolix and often worthless commentary.-Ant. Askew specim. nova ed. tragg. Eschyli, Lugd. Bat. 1746. 4to. was only announced: his apparatus Butler made use of, see below. 186 Eæd. c. vers. lat. et lectt. varr. Glasguæ, Foulis, 1746. small 2 voll.



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αἱ του Αἰσχυλου τραγῳδιαι ἑπτα. Glasguæ, in ædd. acad. exc. And. Foulis, 1795, fol. XII and 357 pages.


A new critical work, with his own commentary. The latter has a separate title-page.-Ed. II. Hal. 1799-1807. 8°. 3 vols. Ed. III. ib. 1809-1811. 8°. vols. (6 d. 18 gr., on writing paper 7 d. 18 gr.) The scholia, historical apparatus and lexicon have not yet appeared to either of these three editions.

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The Glasgow edition of 1746 forms its groundwork. The text, especially in the Supplices, has important, and in part valuable alterations, and is printed after a copy furnished with R. Porson's corrections and conjectures, but without the professor's knowledge: for this reason in the edition of 1806 he did not acknowledge this as his. It is in other respects fine, and the impression not large (63 copies ?). On very large paper only 1 copies are said to be printed. Sometimes plates are annexed to it, VOL. I.

A smaller pocket-edition without the annotations of the preceding, but with a Latin translation and various readings.

191 dramata quæ supers. et deperditor. fragmm. gr. et 1. Rec. et brevi annotat. illustr. F. H. Bothe. Lps., Weidmann, 1805. large 8°. (2 d. 18 gr.)

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192 tragg. VII. gr. c. vers. lat. Glasguæ, exc. Foulis, 1794. veneunt Lond., Payne, 1806. small 8°. 2 vols.

By R. Porson, but without annotations. The text is that of 1795, but there are altered passages denoted by marks. See Wolf's Analect. art. 3. 284 and following pages. Copies on large paper very


193 tragg. quæ supers., deperditar. fabular. fragmm. et scholia gr. ex ed. Th. Stanleji, c. vers. lat. ab ipso emendata et comm. longe quam antea fuit auctiori, ex MSS. ejus nunc pr. edito; acc. varr. lectt. et notæ viror. doct. critt. et philoll., quib. suas passim intertexuit Sm. Butler. Cbr.. typ. acad. 1809. 8°. 8 vol. (4 guineas) also 4°. 4 vols. (8 guineas.)

A faithful reprint of Stanley's edition, but enlarged with a selection of the best subsequent observations, and with a new critical apparatus.


tragg. gr. ex ed. Ch. Gf. Schütz. Öx., Bliss, 1809. 32°. A pleasing edition which belongs to the C

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