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pro hered. Ascensii (excud. Tiletanus), 1536. fol.

J. L. Tiletanus asserts that he has made

use of MSS. and has added conjectures. Pt. Mosellanus's notes are included. The following is probably only another title, Par., Jac. Kerver, 1536. fol. Repeated, Par., Roigny, 1541. fol.

18447 oratoriar. institutionum libri XII. restituti pene in universum sibi, op. et industria Jo. Camerarii, J. Sichardi aliorumque doctissimor. Adjecta est præcipuor. locor. libri I. et II. ejusd. Camerarii expositio. Cum castigatt. Gu. Philandri. Col., J. Gymnicus, 1536, or 41, or 55. 8°.

With Gybertus Longolius's preface. Reprinted with the same title, Bas., Bths. Lasius, 1541. 8°.

18448 institutionum oratoriar. libri XII. ad fidem vetustissimor. codd. recogniti ac restituti. Ejusd. declamationum liber. Additæ sunt Pt. Mosellani et Jo. Camerarii annotatt. Acc. commentarius Ant. Pini. Par., Vascosanus, 1538. fol.

4 leaves of preliminary matter, 224, 34 and 33 numbered leaves. With a preface of Vascosanus, in which he asserts that he has made use of very old MSS. Repeated and enlarged, ib. id. 1542. fol.

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18454 oratoriar. institutionum libri XII., op. Jo. Camerarii, J. Sichardi aliorumque viror. restituti et illustrati; acc. Gu. Philandri castigatt. et declamationum liber cum scholiis et argumentis. Bas., Rb. Winter, 1543. 4°.

Concerning the disputed edition, Par., Gu. Morellius et Jac. Bogardus, 1548. 4°. which according to some is said to have appeared in 1528, and according to others to have existed at all, consult Archimbaud Recueil nouveau de pièces fugitives. T. I. (nouvell. litt.) p. 85 sq.

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Senecæ declamationum liber unus, cum Rdf. Agricolæ commentariis. Pt. Mosellani annotatt. in VII. libros priores. Jo. Camerarii in primum et secundum. Commentarius Ant. Pini in tertium. Par., Vascosanus (other copies Audoenus Parvus), 1549. fol.

18457 oratoriar. institutionum libri XII., Jo. Camerarii, J. Sichardi aliorumque op. ac studio jam olim partim ex melior. codd. collatione restituti sibi, partim annotationib. illustrati. In quibus nunc præter Gu. Philandri castigatt. innumera menda sublata sunt multorumque locor. emendatior lectio constituta est, stud. Jac. Hertelii. Cum indice rer. et verbor. Bas., N. Bryling., 1561. 8°. Declamationum liber. ib., id., 1557. 8°.

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18459 de institutione oratoria libri XII. ad fid. vetustissimor. codd. recogniti ac restituti argumentisque Pt. Gallandii elucidati. Additæ sunt Pt. Mosellani et Jo. Camerarii annotatt. Acced. commentarius Ant. Pini. Ejusd. Quintiliani declamationes, quibus addidimus Persiualdi Belingenii annotatt. Ven., Hi. Scotus, 1567. fol.

Previously, less complete, Ven., Scotus, 1546. fol.

18460 institutionum oratoriar. libri XII. summa diligentia ad fid. vetustissimor. codd. recogniti ac restituti. Cum rerum verborumque ind. Declamationum liber ejusd. (Genev.), exc. Jac. Stoer, 1580. 8°.

The Declamatt. have a separate title of 1579. Also, (ib.), id., 1591. 8°.

17461

declamationes, quæ ex 388 supersunt, 145, ex veteri exemplari restituta. Calpurnii Flacci excerptæ X. Rhetorum minorum LI. nunc prim. editæ. Dialogus de oratoribus s. de caussis corruptæ eloquentiæ, ex bibl. Pt. Pithai. Lutet., Patisson, 1580. 8°.

In this important, but not entirely correct edition, 9 declamations appeared for the first time. Renouard possesses a copy on vellum Hdlb., Hi. Commelinus, 1594. 8°. 16 leaves of preliminary matter, 458 pages and 11 leaves, various readings and notes, is a verbal reprint.

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18467

institutionum oratoriar. libri XII. ad us. scholar. accommodati, recisis, quæ minus necessaria visa sunt, et brevibus notis illustrati a C. Rollin. Par., Estienne, 1715. 12.

Repeated, ib. 1734, 41, 54, 74, and 1809. Iz. 2 voll. Ed. nova, cura Thph. Cp. Harles. Altenb., Richter, 1773. 8°. (1 d. 8 gr.)

18468 de institutione oratoria libri XII. Declamationes XIX. majores, et quæ ex 388 supersunt, CXLV. minores, et Calpurnii Flacci declamatt. Cum notis et animadvv. viror. doctor., curante Pt. Burmanno. LB., Vivie, 1720. 4°. 2 parts in

3 vols. Also on large paper.

A new recension from MSS. and the earlier editions, with the complete exegetical apparatus of the previous editors. But Burmann neither had knowledge of ancient rhetoric, nor has he completely imparted the various readings. Thereto belongs, Pt. Burmanni Epistola ad Cl. Capperonnerium de novæ ejus Quintiliani de institutione oratoria editione. Leida, Luchtmans, 1726. 4°. Also on large paper. 18469 de oratoria institutione libri XII. Totum textum recognov., emendav., selectas varior. interpretum notas recensuit, explanav., castigavit; novas adjunxit Cl. Cap

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vue, corrigée et augm. des passages omis par le traducteur, d'après un mémoire manuscrit de (J. Agst.) Capperonnier (par Félicissime Adry). Par., Barbou, 1803. 12°. 4 voll. (15 fr., on fine paper 24 fr.) Avec le texte lat. Par., Volland, 1810. 8°. 6 voll. (25 fr., only 12 copies on vellum paper at 72 fr.) Lyon, 1812. 8°. 6 voll.

Gedoyn's translation is very careful and elegant, but nevertheless he has often not attained the meaning.

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18485

- Lehrbuch der schönen Wissenschaften in Prosa, aus dem Lat. von H. Ph. Cr. Henke. Helmst., Kühnlin, 1775-77. 8°. 3 voll. (1 d. 12 gr.) Die rednerische Stylbildung nach antiken Grundsätzen od. das 10e Buch von Quintilian's Lehrgebäude der Redekunst, aus dem röm. Original zum erstenmal vollständig ins Deutsche übertragen von F. Reuscher. Lpz., Hartmann, 1822. 8°. (16 gr.) -Versuch einer Uebersetzung einiger (6) Declamatt. des Quint. von J. H. Steffens (mit lat. Text). Zelle, Schulze, 1766. 8°.

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or Lugd., Sb. Gryphius, 1535 or 41. 8°. Gu. Philandri castigatt. atque annotatt. in XII. libros institutt. Quintiliani. Bas., Bm. Westhemer, 1536. 8°.—In Fab. Quintiliani de institut. orat. libros XII. commentarii (Adr. Turnebi) nunc prim. editi. Par., Th. Richardus, 1556. 4°. In Quintil. institutionum librum X. annotatt. Ph. Melanthonis, J. Veltcurionis, J. Stigelii, Csp. Landsidelii. Collectæ, digestæ et editæ per St. Riccium (cum textu). Lps., Jac. Apel (1570). 8°. — J. Mlch. Lochmanni progrr. V. emendatt. Quintiliani. Coburgi, 1776-90. 4°.-H. C. Abr. Eichstadii progr. in Quint. inst. orat. III. 3. Jen. 1803. fol. Rhold F. Happel Analecta crit. ad Quint. inst. orat. libros VII-IX. Hal., Bathe, 1810. 8°. C. Morgenstern progr. Quintilianea quædam. Dorpati, 1811. fol.-Gst. Sarpe analector. ad Spaldingii Quintilianum specimen. Hal., Kümmel, 1815. 8. (8 gr.) Ejusd. epistola ad nuperrimum Quintiliani editorem (Buttmannum). Suerini,

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Stiller, 1816. 8°.-G. A. F. Gensleri analector. ad edit. Quintiliani Spaldingianam specimen, observationes ad librum X. continens. Coburgi, Meusel, 1822. 8°. (8 gr.)Adnotatiunculæ quædam rhetoricæ Perseualdi Belligenii in priores duas Quintil. declamationes. Lutet., Ch. Wechel, 1530. 8°.- Epitome s. compendium institutionum oratoriar. Quintiliani, autore Jona Philologo. Par., Colinæus, 1531, or 39, or 42. 8°. ib., Rb. Stephanus, 1547. 8°. ib., David, 1550. 8°.

Under the name of Jonas Philologus, J. Gonthier of Andernac is concealed, according to Barbier, Dict. des anon. III. 532.-Detailed notices respecting Quintilian are to be found in Florez España sagrada, T. 53. p. 55-112, where also it is for instance proved on new grounds, p. 8285, that he was not the author of the dialogue De caussis corr. elog.

næus. Derelictorum ab Homero libri XIV. (Tryphiodori excidium Troja, et Coluthi raptus Helenæ, gr.) Without place or date (Ven., Aldus, 1505). 8°.

Very scarce, and the editio princeps of all the 3 poems, but from a very corrupt MS. Altogether 172 unnumbered leaves with the signatures a-yy, namely, 152 leaves, Quintus; 12 leaves, Tryphiodorus ; and 8 leaves, Coluthus. 3 copies on vellum are known: one in the Laurentian library (Bandini Codd. gr. II. 103), the 2nd in the library of the king of England, and the 3rd in lord Spencer's (from M'Carthy's sale at 500 fr.). This last, which is greatly cut, according to Dibdin, Decam. III. 173, is quite a different impression in typographical arrangement from the paper copies, although there is as much in every page of this as of those.

18490

prætermissor. ab Homero libri XIV. (Tryphiodori excidium Troja, et Coluthi raptus Helenæ, Coluthi_raptus gr., cum præf. J. Th. Freigii). Bas., Henricpetri, 1569. 8°.

8 leaves of preliminary matter (the 7th and 8th blank), 341 pages, and 1 leaf with the colophon. An incorrect reprint of the 18491 Aldine.

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libri II. Reditus Græcorum, capta Cointi Smyrnæi Ilii excidii Troja, liber unus. Expositi olim in schola Ilfeldensi et editi nunc studio, industria et labore Lr. Rhodomanni (gr. lat.) Lps., Vögelin, (1577). 4°.

137 pages with the signatures Oo-Ggg. This work is in fact a piece from Neandri Opus aureum, T. II. but separate copies are also sometimes to be met with. It concorrections, and with Mch. Neander's Latin sists of the 12th to 14th books with some

translation.

18492 Quinti Calabri paraleipomena i. e. derelicta ab Homero, XIV. libris comprehensa. Latine olim reddita et correcta a Lr. Rhodomanno. Nunc accessit epitome gemina, tum Homeri et Cointi tum universa (sic) historia Trojanæ. Itemque Dionis Chrysostomi oratio de Ilio non capto. Auctore et interprete eodem. (Omnia gr. lat.) Hanov., typis Wechel., 1604. 8°.

16 leaves of preliminary matter; 709 pages, Greek text and translation; 38 18489 QUINTUS Calaber s. Smyr- leaves, index, emendatt. et nota; 283 pages,

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