The Resource [Porphyriou philosophou Pytagorou bios. Tou autou Aphormai pros ta noēta: Peri tou en Odysseia ton Nymphōn antrou]. : Porphyrii philosophi Liber de vita Pythagorae. | Eiusdem sententiae ad intelligibilia ducentes. De antro Nympharum quod in Odyssea deseribitur., Lucas Holstenius Hamburgen. Latinè vertit. Dissertationem de vita & scriptis Poyphyrii, & ad vitam Pythagorae obseruationes adiecit. Ad illustriss. & reuerendiss. S.R.E. Card. Franciscum Barberinum

[Porphyriou philosophou Pytagorou bios. Tou autou Aphormai pros ta noēta: Peri tou en Odysseia ton Nymphōn antrou]. : Porphyrii philosophi Liber de vita Pythagorae. | Eiusdem sententiae ad intelligibilia ducentes. De antro Nympharum quod in Odyssea deseribitur., Lucas Holstenius Hamburgen. Latinè vertit. Dissertationem de vita & scriptis Poyphyrii, & ad vitam Pythagorae obseruationes adiecit. Ad illustriss. & reuerendiss. S.R.E. Card. Franciscum Barberinum

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[Porphyriou philosophou Pytagorou bios. Tou autou Aphormai pros ta noēta: Peri tou en Odysseia ton Nymphōn antrou]. : Porphyrii philosophi Liber de vita Pythagorae. | Eiusdem sententiae ad intelligibilia ducentes. De antro Nympharum quod in Odyssea deseribitur.
Title
[Porphyriou philosophou Pytagorou bios. Tou autou Aphormai pros ta noēta: Peri tou en Odysseia ton Nymphōn antrou].
Title remainder
  • Porphyrii philosophi Liber de vita Pythagorae.
  • Eiusdem sententiae ad intelligibilia ducentes. De antro Nympharum quod in Odyssea deseribitur.
Statement of responsibility
Lucas Holstenius Hamburgen. Latinè vertit. Dissertationem de vita & scriptis Poyphyrii, & ad vitam Pythagorae obseruationes adiecit. Ad illustriss. & reuerendiss. S.R.E. Card. Franciscum Barberinum
Title variation
  • Porphyrii philosophi Liber de vita Pythagorae
  • Porphyrii philosophi Liber de vita Pythagoræ
  • Liber de vita Pythagorae
Creator
Contributor
Author
Former owner
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Subject
Genre
Language
  • grc
  • lat
  • grc
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
UkLiU
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approximately 234-approximately 305
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Porphyry
Index
index present
Language note
Text printed in parallel Latin and Greek in double columns
Literary form
non fiction
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  • 1811-1851
  • 1596-1661
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  • Gibson, Benjamin
  • Homer
  • Holstenius, Lucas
  • Mecenate, Raphael
  • Liverpool Royal Institution
  • Stampa Vaticana e Camerale
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  • Homer
  • Porphyry
  • Pythagoras
  • Philosophy, Ancient
Label
[Porphyriou philosophou Pytagorou bios. Tou autou Aphormai pros ta noēta: Peri tou en Odysseia ton Nymphōn antrou]. : Porphyrii philosophi Liber de vita Pythagorae. | Eiusdem sententiae ad intelligibilia ducentes. De antro Nympharum quod in Odyssea deseribitur., Lucas Holstenius Hamburgen. Latinè vertit. Dissertationem de vita & scriptis Poyphyrii, & ad vitam Pythagorae obseruationes adiecit. Ad illustriss. & reuerendiss. S.R.E. Card. Franciscum Barberinum
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Publication
Note
  • Signatures: [pi]2 A-S8 T2
  • First part of title transliterated from the Greek
  • At foot of main title-page: "Superiorum permissu, & priuilegio"
  • Main title-page in black and red; with title-page ornament
  • Printed in 4 parts with 2 sets of pagination, (parts 1-2 and 3-4), each part except the first has separate title-page. The register is continuous
  • Includes index
Dimensions
8° (18 cm)
Extent
[4], 153, [17], 122 pages
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 rear paste-down.
  • Probably the copy bequeathed by Benjamin Gibson to the Liverpool Royal Institution, but without his signature.
  • Bookplate on front paste-down with "Ex bibliothec Raphaelis Mecenate" with motto "Curæ sed deliciæ".
Label
[Porphyriou philosophou Pytagorou bios. Tou autou Aphormai pros ta noēta: Peri tou en Odysseia ton Nymphōn antrou]. : Porphyrii philosophi Liber de vita Pythagorae. | Eiusdem sententiae ad intelligibilia ducentes. De antro Nympharum quod in Odyssea deseribitur., Lucas Holstenius Hamburgen. Latinè vertit. Dissertationem de vita & scriptis Poyphyrii, & ad vitam Pythagorae obseruationes adiecit. Ad illustriss. & reuerendiss. S.R.E. Card. Franciscum Barberinum
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: [pi]2 A-S8 T2
  • First part of title transliterated from the Greek
  • At foot of main title-page: "Superiorum permissu, & priuilegio"
  • Main title-page in black and red; with title-page ornament
  • Printed in 4 parts with 2 sets of pagination, (parts 1-2 and 3-4), each part except the first has separate title-page. The register is continuous
  • Includes index
Dimensions
8° (18 cm)
Extent
[4], 153, [17], 122 pages
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 rear paste-down.
  • Probably the copy bequeathed by Benjamin Gibson to the Liverpool Royal Institution, but without his signature.
  • Bookplate on front paste-down with "Ex bibliothec Raphaelis Mecenate" with motto "Curæ sed deliciæ".

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