Christophori SaxI Onomasticon literarium, sive, Nomenclator historico-criticus praestantissimorum omnis aetatis, populi, artiumq[ue] formulae scriptorum: item monumentorum maxime illustrium, ab orbe condito vsque ad saeculi, quod vivimus, tempora digestus, et verisimilibus, quantum fieri potuit, annorum notis accommodatus

Author

Christoph Saxe
Inner Temple (London, England)
Inner Temple (London, England)

Title

Christophori SaxI Onomasticon literarium, sive, Nomenclator historico-criticus praestantissimorum omnis aetatis, populi, artiumq[ue] formulae scriptorum: item monumentorum maxime illustrium, ab orbe condito vsque ad saeculi, quod vivimus, tempora digestus, et verisimilibus, quantum fieri potuit, annorum notis accommodatus

Date

1775

Place

Traiecti ad Rhenum

Publisher

Apud Gisb. Tiem. à Paddenburg, Abrah. à Paddenburg, & Ioh. van Schoonhoven, & Soc

Edition

E recognitione longe auctiori et emendatiori, ita, vt non tam editio altera, quam novus omnino liber censeri debeat

Note

Vol. 8 has title: Christophori SaxI Onomastici literarii mantissa recentior, sive, Pars octava Nomenclatoris Scriptorum Later v. have additional publishers: Barthol. Wild, J. Altheer Vol. 1: 1775; v. 2: 1777; v. 3: 1780; v. 4: 1782; v. 5: 1785; v. 6: 1788; v. 7: 1790; v. 8: 1803 Vol. 1: xlii, 598 p.; v. 2: [1] leaf, 659, [1] p.; v. 3: x, 660 p.; v. 4: [1] leaf, 659, [1] p.; v. 5: [1] leaf, 655 [i.e. 675], [1] p.; v. 6: [2], 744 p.; v. 7: xviii, 448 p.; v. 8: viii, 464 p Index to v. 1-7 in v. 7

Library Catalog

https://crrs.ca/rare_books/crrs-rare-book-retrieval-requests/

Num Pages

8

Call Number

Z1010 .S29 1775

Item Type

Book

Collection

Citation

Christoph Saxe, Inner Temple (London, England), and Inner Temple (London, England), “Christophori SaxI Onomasticon literarium, sive, Nomenclator historico-criticus praestantissimorum omnis aetatis, populi, artiumq[ue] formulae scriptorum: item monumentorum maxime illustrium, ab orbe condito vsque ad saeculi, quod vivimus, tempora digestus, et verisimilibus, quantum fieri potuit, annorum notis accommodatus,” Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies (CRRS) Rare Book Collection, accessed November 29, 2022, https://crrs.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/7896.