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Ptolemaeus

Arabus et Latinus

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Cologne, Martinus Gymnicus, 1548

Title page: ‘P. Ovidii Nasonis Fastorum libri sex, Tristium libri V, De ponto libri IIII, item Claudii Ptolemaei Inerrantium stellarum significationes per Nicolaum Leonicum e Graeco translatae. XII Romanorum menses in veteribus monimentis Romae reperti. Sex priorum mensium digestio ex Ovidii Fastorum sex libris excerpta. Adiecimus quoque in Fastorum libros scholia Philippi Melanchthonis. Coloniae, Martinus Gymnicus excudebat, anno M.D.XLVIII.’

Classics: Ovid, Fasti (3-160); letter to the reader dated 17 August 1534 (161); Ptolemaica (162-176); Philipp Melanchthon, In libro I fastorum Ovidi scholia (177-190); Ovid, Tristia and De ponto (193-413).

Lit. VD16 ZV 26207

Exemplar Leipzig, Universitätsbibliothek, Poet.lat.630-c/2

162‑176

‘Clau<dii> Ptolemaei inerrantium stellarum significationes per Nicolaum Leonicum e Graeco translatae. Ianuarius. K<al.> Sol elevari incipit, longiusculi fiunt dies, Aquila et Corona occidunt, tempestatemque efficiunt. 4. Sol magis ascendit, Cancri medium occidit, ventique ponunt — (December) 11. Aquila exoritur vesperi. 10. Capella matutino emergit. Reliquum deficit.’

= Pseudo-Ptolemy, Inerrantium stellarum significationes (B.11).