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EPICTETUS
[Manual. Latin & Greek. 1670]
Epicteti stoici philosophi Enchiridion: unà cum Cebetis Thebani tabula. Quibus adjiciuntur hac editione Simplicii commentarius in Enchiridion Epicteti. Item Arriani commentariorum de Epicteti disputationibus, lib. IV. Omnia Hieronymo Wolfio interprete. Cum locuplete rerum & verborum in singulis memorabilium indice.
Londini typis Jacobi Flesher, prostant apud Guilielmum Morden bibliopolam Cantabrigiensem, 1670.
[6], 53, [1]; [2], 315, [3]; [2], 81--430, [18] p. ; 18.4 cm. (8º)

The Enchiridion or Manual of Epictetus, a short collection of maxims of practical Stoic philosophy, was first published in England in this form in 1655. The Greek text and Latin translation of the Enchiridion in 79 chapters, in parallel columns (pp. 1--31) and of Cebes' Tabula (pp. 33--53) are followed by the commentaries of Simplicius and Arrian with parallel translation, with special title-pages and separate paging and indexes but continuous register. The leaf preceding the special title-page to Arrian (sig. [X7]) is a blank. Wing: E3146; ESTC r9991.

Copy Notes Bought from Thomas Boone for 1s. 6d. on 24 November 1808. (Spiers Box). With Boone's price in pencil on front free-endpaper.

Binding C18th calf, blind-panelled covers, blind triple-ruled spine with blind roll-tooling in the top and bottom compartments, without spine-label; spine-title in ink 'Epictetus'.

Reference Number 894


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