Item PRS/7/14 - Aeschyli Tragoediae VII. Quae cum omnes multo quam antea castigatiores eduntur, tum vero una, quae mutila & decurtata prius erat, integra nunc profertur. Scholia in easdem plurimus in locis locupletata, & in pene infinitis emendata, Petri Victorii cura et diligentia.

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Aeschyli Tragoediae VII. Quae cum omnes multo quam antea castigatiores eduntur, tum vero una, quae mutila & decurtata prius erat, integra nunc profertur. Scholia in easdem plurimus in locis locupletata, & in pene infinitis emendata, Petri Victorii cura et diligentia.

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GB 2014 WS-01-BUS-PRS/7/14

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  • 1557 (Publication)
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    Estienne, Henri, 1531-1598

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1 volume

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Ex dono Mildred, Lady Burgley: inscription on title page & rear fly leaf with other jottings. Busby's own Catalogue mark: 5.2.; mulitple versions of the presentation inscription in diff. hands; some stains; MS lists of pupils proceeding to Oxford and Cambridge at end, including Dryden in 1649.

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Binding stamp 'MB 1586'; ie. Mildred Burghley

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  • Ancient Greek

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  • Greek

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WS-BUS-PRS/7/14

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GB 2014

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  • English

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  • Latin

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