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Title
Epistolae magni Turci Epistolae magni Turci
Type
Text
Place
Italy--Venice.
Genre Form
Incunabula--Italy--Venice--1500.
Language
Latin
Latin
original (grc)
Diogenes' Epistolae are translated by Franciscus Griffolinus Aretinus. Those of Brutus and Hippocrates are translated by Rainucius Aretinus. The British Museum Catalogue identified these translators as Francesco Accolti and Alamanno Rinuccini, respectively
Classification
LCC: PA8540.L616 E6 1500 (Source: dlc)
WZ 230 M498e 1500 (Source: dnlm)
Film 48-65 no. 1 (Source: dnlm)
Identified By
Lccn: 2014657559
Note
Includes translation
Authorized Access Point
Zacchia, Laudivio, approximately 1435- Epistolae magni Turci
Authorized Access Point Variant
Mehmed II, Sultan of the Turks, 1432-1481. Epistolae magni Turci
Accolti, Francesco, 1416 or 1417-1488. Epistolae magni Turci
Griffolini, Francesco, 1418-1483. Epistolae magni Turci
Rinuccini, Alamanno, 1426-1499. Epistolae magni Turci
Rinuccio, d'Arezzo, approximately 1395- Epistolae magni Turci
Luna, Ottino di, Epistolae magni Turci
Brutus, Marcus Junius, 85 B.C.?-42 B.C. Epistolae magni Turci
Diogenes, d. approximately 323 B. C. Epistolae magni Turci
Hippocrates. Epistolae magni Turci
Otto Vollbehr Collection (Library of Congress) Epistolae magni Turci