Xenophontis Socratici Rhetoris Hieron sive Tyrannus, liber utilissimus his qui rempublicam administrant

Author

Xenophon

Title

Xenophontis Socratici Rhetoris Hieron sive Tyrannus, liber utilissimus his qui rempublicam administrant

Date

1530

Place

Basileae [Basel, Switerland]

Publisher

In officina Frobeniana

Edition

Opus recens

Contributor

Desiderius Erasmus
Desiderius Erasmus
Pierre Gillis

Note

Signature: A-E⁸, F⁴ "Cum gratia & priuilegio Cæsareo." Volume opens with Erasmus's dedicatory epistle addressed to Anton Fugger. Text is followed by Erasmus's letter to Pieter Gillis. Following this letter are Erasmus's four verse epitaphs for Gillis' wives, as well as for Gillis's friend Antonius Clava, burgher of Ghent "Des. Erasmus Roterodamus Petro Aegidio senatus Antuerpia ni ab actis s.": p. 59-[84] "Epitaphium Corneliae": p. [85]-[87] "Errata ex Tyranno": p. [87]

Archive Location

Library Catalog

Num Pages

83

Call Number

PA4495 .A247 1530

Item Type

Book

Collection

Citation

Xenophon, “Xenophontis Socratici Rhetoris Hieron sive Tyrannus, liber utilissimus his qui rempublicam administrant,” Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies (CRRS) Rare Book Collection, accessed August 15, 2022, https://crrs.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/7062.