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Collection: Monuments of Early Greek Printing
Florentine edition of Homer, considered a significant edition of Greek literature.
Printed by Aldus Manutius (ca. 1450–1515).
Title proper romanized from Greek; contents listed on t.p. in Greek and Latin.
Imprint from colophon on verso of leaf 
Edited by Marcus Musurus and Aldo Manuzio.
Scholia, by Musurus, surrounds the text.
Leaves  and  blank.
Imprint from second colophon (M[Mu]4 recto). Rhodes gives title in Greek, '[Grammatikē eisagōgē]'. Signatures: a⁸ b[beta]-l[lamda]⁸, ²a⁸ b¹⁰, A[Alpha]-L[Lamda]⁸ M[Mu]⁴. Bound in 18th century boards, rebacked. 'Gaza' on spine. Sunderland…
A comprehensive etymological dictionary. Text in original Greek, some prefatory matter, colophon and terminal matter in Latin. Caption title, fol. alpha iii recto; imprint from colophon, fol.  verso. Ed. by Dēmētrios Chalkokondylēs,…
Modern goatskin binding by Bernard Middleton.
Greek title romanized.
Latin title in Goff: Etymologicum Magnum Graecum.
Edited by Marcus Musurus.
PROVENANCE: 1. erased inscription. 2. J. S. Pagnetti(?), signature. 3. Alan G. Thomas (London), 1974.…
First Greek and Latin New Testament Published,
First Greek New Testament Published,
Imprint from colophon.
Head pieces; initials.
Edited by Nicolaus Gerbel; text follows Erasmus' 2d ed., Harrison #10.
Cardinal Francisco Ximénez de Cisneros (1436–1517) assembled scholars at the Complutense University in Alcalá de Henares in order to compile a Bible to be printed in Hebrew, Greek, Aramaic, and Latin. The Old Testament is printed in three parallel…