The Resource Q. Curtius Rufus De rebus Alexandri Magni,, cum commentario perpetuo & indice absolutissimo Samuelis Pitisci. Quibus accedunt Mottevayeri de Curtio dissertatio: Freinshemii supplementa: figuræ ex veterum monumentis ad historiam Alexandri illustranduam depromptæ & illarum exegesis: Alexandri genealogia, & synopsis chronologica

Q. Curtius Rufus De rebus Alexandri Magni,, cum commentario perpetuo & indice absolutissimo Samuelis Pitisci. Quibus accedunt Mottevayeri de Curtio dissertatio: Freinshemii supplementa: figuræ ex veterum monumentis ad historiam Alexandri illustranduam depromptæ & illarum exegesis: Alexandri genealogia, & synopsis chronologica

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Q. Curtius Rufus De rebus Alexandri Magni,
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Q. Curtius Rufus De rebus Alexandri Magni,
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cum commentario perpetuo & indice absolutissimo Samuelis Pitisci. Quibus accedunt Mottevayeri de Curtio dissertatio: Freinshemii supplementa: figuræ ex veterum monumentis ad historiam Alexandri illustranduam depromptæ & illarum exegesis: Alexandri genealogia, & synopsis chronologica
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De rebus Alexandri Magni
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Commentator
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Subject
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  • lat
  • lat
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Curtius Rufus, Quintus
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • portraits
  • plans
Index
index present
Language note
Text in Latin
Literary form
non fiction
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  • 1608-1660
  • 1653-1722
  • 1648-1733
  • 1637-1727
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  • Alewyn, J.
  • Freinsheim, Johann
  • Halma, François
  • Hoet, Gerard
  • Pitiscus, Samuel
  • Rathbone family
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  • Alexander
  • Greece
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Q. Curtius Rufus De rebus Alexandri Magni,, cum commentario perpetuo & indice absolutissimo Samuelis Pitisci. Quibus accedunt Mottevayeri de Curtio dissertatio: Freinshemii supplementa: figuræ ex veterum monumentis ad historiam Alexandri illustranduam depromptæ & illarum exegesis: Alexandri genealogia, & synopsis chronologica
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Publication
Note
  • Signatures: *-3*8 (-3*8) (a)-(f)8 A-3Y8 3Z4
  • Added engraved title page, signed "G. Hoet invenit. Iohan: van den Avelen fecit aquaforti."
  • Final leaf is blank
  • Includes index
  • Engraved illustrations numbered I-XXIX
  • Drop-head title for "J. Freinshemii Supplementorum in Q. Curtium ...", with seperate pagination and register
  • Leaf H3 is missigned Hh3
  • With printed marginal notes
Dimensions
80 (21 cm)
Extent
[46], 94, [2], 847, [257] pages [12] leaves of plates (7 folded)
Other physical details
illustrations, map, plans, portraits (engravings)
Ownership
  • Presented to the University of Liverpool by the Rathbone family in 1936, with bookplate on front paste-down.
  • Inscription in ink on first free endpaper: "J(?) Alewyn, Junior". With wax seal with coat-of-arms on same page, and possible early shelf marking in pencil: "No. 3". The arms here match those found on the book labels of Jacob Alewyn, Commissioner of Amsterdam, and "De Hr. Dirck Alewyn Hooge Heemraadt".
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Q. Curtius Rufus De rebus Alexandri Magni,, cum commentario perpetuo & indice absolutissimo Samuelis Pitisci. Quibus accedunt Mottevayeri de Curtio dissertatio: Freinshemii supplementa: figuræ ex veterum monumentis ad historiam Alexandri illustranduam depromptæ & illarum exegesis: Alexandri genealogia, & synopsis chronologica
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: *-3*8 (-3*8) (a)-(f)8 A-3Y8 3Z4
  • Added engraved title page, signed "G. Hoet invenit. Iohan: van den Avelen fecit aquaforti."
  • Final leaf is blank
  • Includes index
  • Engraved illustrations numbered I-XXIX
  • Drop-head title for "J. Freinshemii Supplementorum in Q. Curtium ...", with seperate pagination and register
  • Leaf H3 is missigned Hh3
  • With printed marginal notes
Dimensions
80 (21 cm)
Extent
[46], 94, [2], 847, [257] pages [12] leaves of plates (7 folded)
Other physical details
illustrations, map, plans, portraits (engravings)
Ownership
  • Presented to the University of Liverpool by the Rathbone family in 1936, with bookplate on front paste-down.
  • Inscription in ink on first free endpaper: "J(?) Alewyn, Junior". With wax seal with coat-of-arms on same page, and possible early shelf marking in pencil: "No. 3". The arms here match those found on the book labels of Jacob Alewyn, Commissioner of Amsterdam, and "De Hr. Dirck Alewyn Hooge Heemraadt".

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