Iōannou Chrysostomou peri tou, hoti pollou men axiōmatos, dyskolon de episkopein dialogoi hex = Diui Ioannis Chrysostomi, quod multæ quidem dignitatis, sed difficile sit episcopum agere, dialogi sex.

Author
John Chrysostom, Saint, -407 [Browse]
Uniform title
Format
Book
Language
  • Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
  • Latin
Published/​Created
Tubingæ [Tübingen, Germany] : Apud Vlricum Morhardum, An. M. D. XLVIII [1548].
Description
[1] leaf, [16], 185 p. ; 17 cm. (8vo)

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Contained in
Multi-title collection including Aristeæ, De legis diuinæ ex Hebraica lingua in Graecam translatione, per septuaginta interpretes, Ptolemæi Philadelphi Aegyptiorum regis studio ac liberalitate Hierosolyma accersitos, absoluta, historia and 3 other(s).
Notes
Greek text is prefaced by letter in Latin from Erasmus of Rotterdam to Willibald Pirckheimer, accompanying his gift to Pirckheimer of an edition of this text.
With
Ex copy is no. 4 of 4 titles in volume with ms. spine title beginning: Epicteti Enchiridion.
Binding note
Ex copy in contemporary blind-stamped pigskin with catches and clasps at fore-edge. Initials 'M. I. H.' and '1564' in blind on front cover.
Source acquisition
Gift; Acquired with matching funds provided by the Program in Hellenic Studies with the support of the Stanley J. Seeger Hellenic Fund; 2005.
Place name(s)
Germany Tübingen.
Other title(s)
  • Peri tou, hoti pollou men axiōmatos, dyskolon de episkopein dialogoi hex.
  • Diui Ioannis Chrysostomi, quod multæ quidem dignitatis, sed difficile sit episcopum agere, dialogi sex.
  • Quod multæ quidem dignitatis, sed difficile sit episcopum agere, dialogi sex.
In
Multi-title collection including Aristeæ, De legis diuinæ ex Hebraica lingua in Graecam translatione, per septuaginta interpretes, Ptolemæi Philadelphi Aegyptiorum regis studio ac liberalitate Hierosolyma accersitos, absoluta, historia and 3 other(s).
OCLC
1340460696
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