Hexaplorum Origenis quæ supersunt : multis partibus auctiora

quàm a Flaminio Nobilio & Joanne Drusio edita fuerint. Ex manuscriptis & ex libris editis eruit & notis illustravit D. Bernardus de Montfaucon, Monachus Benedictinus e Congregatione S. Mauri. Accedunt opuscula quædam Origenis anecdota, & ad calcem lexicon Hebraïcum ex veterum interpretationibus concinnatum, itemque lexicon Græcum & alia, quæ præmissus initio laterculus indicabit. Tomus primus [-secundus]

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Other Authors: Origen., Drusius, Joannes, 1550-1616., Montfaucon, Bernard de, 1655-1741., Nobili, Flaminio, 1532-1590.
Associated Names: Boudot, Jean, veuve de (Printer), Guérin, Louis (Publisher), Robustel, Charles (Publisher)
Uniform Title:Hexapla.
Format: Book
Ancient Greek
Published: Parisiis : Apud Ludovicum Guerin, sub signo S. Thomæ Aquinatis, Viâ Jacobæâ; Apud Viduam Joannis Boudot, sub signo Solis Aurei, Viâ Jacobæâ; Apud Carolum, Robustel, sub signo Arboris Palmæ, Viâ Jacobæâ, 1713.
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Physical Description:2 v. ; 39 cm (fol.)
Place of Publication:
France -- Paris.
General note:Selections from the fragments of Origen's Hexapla had been given in various editions of the Septuagint, and in a collected form in a work by Johannes Drusius, printed at Arnhem, 1622. This edition prepared by Bernard Montfaucon, a Benedictine monk. Tomus primus has frontispiece metal cut portrait of Bernard de Montfaucon.
Language note:Text in Hebrew, Ancient Greek and Latin, with lexica appended.
Immediate source of acquisition note:
NQ.17.30-31 Donation; Pilgrim Trust; 1943.
Ownership and custodial history note:
NQ.17.30-31 From the library of Isaac Newton.
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