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Arabus et Latinus

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Frankfurt/M., Joannes Saurius, 1599

Title page: ‘Pub<lii> Ovidii Nasonis Fastorum lib<ri> VI, Tristium lib<ri> V, De ponto lib<ri> IIII. Ex postrema Iac<obi> Micylli recognitione. Francofurti, Typis Ioannis Saurii, impensis heredum Petri Fischeri, M.D. XCIX.’

Classics: Ovid’s Fasti and other works (1-382); letter to the reader, dated Lyon, 17 August 1534 (383); Ptolemaica (384-402).

Lit. VD16 O 1554

Exemplar Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, 1007#Beibd.1


‘Cl<audii> 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. IIII. Sol magis ascendit, Cancri medium occidit, ventique ponunt — (December) XI. Aquila exoritur vesperi. X. Capella matutino emergit. Reliquum deficit. Finis.’

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