The Resource Caji Suetonii Tranquilli Opera,, et in illa commentarius Samuellis Pitisci, quo antiquitates Romanae, tum ab interpretibus doctissimis, Beroaldo, Sabellico, Egnatio, Ursino, Grutero, Torrentio, Casaubono, Marcilio, Boxhornio, Graevio, Babelonio etiam explicatae, tum ab illis neglectae, ex auctoribus idoneis permultis, Graecis & Latinis, veteribus & recentioribus, perpetuo tenore explicantur. Huic accedunt index auctorum obiter explicitorum, & rerum absolutissimus: imperatoresque arctissimo gradu contigentium icones: & figurae ex veterum monumentis ad historiam illustrandam depromptae in aes eleganter incisae. Tomus I [-II]

Caji Suetonii Tranquilli Opera,, et in illa commentarius Samuellis Pitisci, quo antiquitates Romanae, tum ab interpretibus doctissimis, Beroaldo, Sabellico, Egnatio, Ursino, Grutero, Torrentio, Casaubono, Marcilio, Boxhornio, Graevio, Babelonio etiam explicatae, tum ab illis neglectae, ex auctoribus idoneis permultis, Graecis & Latinis, veteribus & recentioribus, perpetuo tenore explicantur. Huic accedunt index auctorum obiter explicitorum, & rerum absolutissimus: imperatoresque arctissimo gradu contigentium icones: & figurae ex veterum monumentis ad historiam illustrandam depromptae in aes eleganter incisae. Tomus I [-II]

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Caji Suetonii Tranquilli Opera,
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Caji Suetonii Tranquilli Opera,
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et in illa commentarius Samuellis Pitisci, quo antiquitates Romanae, tum ab interpretibus doctissimis, Beroaldo, Sabellico, Egnatio, Ursino, Grutero, Torrentio, Casaubono, Marcilio, Boxhornio, Graevio, Babelonio etiam explicatae, tum ab illis neglectae, ex auctoribus idoneis permultis, Graecis & Latinis, veteribus & recentioribus, perpetuo tenore explicantur. Huic accedunt index auctorum obiter explicitorum, & rerum absolutissimus: imperatoresque arctissimo gradu contigentium icones: & figurae ex veterum monumentis ad historiam illustrandam depromptae in aes eleganter incisae. Tomus I [-II]
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Opera
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Contributor
Author
Commentator
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Printer
Subject
Genre
Language
  • lat
  • grc
Cataloging source
UkLiU
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approximately 69-approximately 122
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Suetonius
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
  • plates
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • 1811-1851
  • 1637-1727
  • 1653-1722
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  • Gibson, Benjamin
  • Pitiscus, Samuel
  • Halma, François
  • Liverpool Royal Institution
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  • Emperors
  • Rome
  • Rome
  • Suetonius
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Caji Suetonii Tranquilli Opera,, et in illa commentarius Samuellis Pitisci, quo antiquitates Romanae, tum ab interpretibus doctissimis, Beroaldo, Sabellico, Egnatio, Ursino, Grutero, Torrentio, Casaubono, Marcilio, Boxhornio, Graevio, Babelonio etiam explicatae, tum ab illis neglectae, ex auctoribus idoneis permultis, Graecis & Latinis, veteribus & recentioribus, perpetuo tenore explicantur. Huic accedunt index auctorum obiter explicitorum, & rerum absolutissimus: imperatoresque arctissimo gradu contigentium icones: & figurae ex veterum monumentis ad historiam illustrandam depromptae in aes eleganter incisae. Tomus I [-II]
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Publication
Note
  • Signatures volume 1: *-**8 ***4 A-Mmm8 Nnn2
  • Signatures volume 2: [pi]2(-pi2) A-Lll8 Mmm6
  • Title-page in red and black
  • Printer's device with motto "Vivitur ingenio" on title-page to each volume
  • Volume 1 has as additional engraved illustrated title-page
  • Some plates and engraved title-page signed T. Mulder
  • Text in double columns. With extensive notes, printed below text in double columns
  • Errata on volume 2, page 924
Dimensions
8° (21 cm)
Extent
2 volumes ([40], 932, [11] leaves of plates ; [2], 924 pages [16] leaves of plates)
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits
Ownership
  • From the Liverpool Royal Institution, with 1894 presentation bookplate designed by Robert Anning Bell to mark the LRI Library's transfer to University College, Liverpool on front paste-down.
  • Probably the copy bequeathed by Benjamin Gibson to the Liverpool Royal Institution, but without his signature.
Label
Caji Suetonii Tranquilli Opera,, et in illa commentarius Samuellis Pitisci, quo antiquitates Romanae, tum ab interpretibus doctissimis, Beroaldo, Sabellico, Egnatio, Ursino, Grutero, Torrentio, Casaubono, Marcilio, Boxhornio, Graevio, Babelonio etiam explicatae, tum ab illis neglectae, ex auctoribus idoneis permultis, Graecis & Latinis, veteribus & recentioribus, perpetuo tenore explicantur. Huic accedunt index auctorum obiter explicitorum, & rerum absolutissimus: imperatoresque arctissimo gradu contigentium icones: & figurae ex veterum monumentis ad historiam illustrandam depromptae in aes eleganter incisae. Tomus I [-II]
Publication
Note
  • Signatures volume 1: *-**8 ***4 A-Mmm8 Nnn2
  • Signatures volume 2: [pi]2(-pi2) A-Lll8 Mmm6
  • Title-page in red and black
  • Printer's device with motto "Vivitur ingenio" on title-page to each volume
  • Volume 1 has as additional engraved illustrated title-page
  • Some plates and engraved title-page signed T. Mulder
  • Text in double columns. With extensive notes, printed below text in double columns
  • Errata on volume 2, page 924
Dimensions
8° (21 cm)
Extent
2 volumes ([40], 932, [11] leaves of plates ; [2], 924 pages [16] leaves of plates)
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits
Ownership
  • From the Liverpool Royal Institution, with 1894 presentation bookplate designed by Robert Anning Bell to mark the LRI Library's transfer to University College, Liverpool on front paste-down.
  • Probably the copy bequeathed by Benjamin Gibson to the Liverpool Royal Institution, but without his signature.

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