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Anakreontos kai allon tinon lyrikon poieton mele : Anacreontis et aliorum lyriccrum peotarum odae / In easdem Henr. Stephani observationes ; Eaedem latinae [ab Helia Andrea factae]
Bib ID 1540652
Format BookBook
Description Parisiis : Apud Guil. Morelium, & Rob. Stephanum, 1556, with medieval manuscript fragments used in binding 
8o 2 pts. 1v. (122, 54p.) ; 18 cm. 
Full contents With this is bound: Anacreon, Ton tou Anacreontos... Odae selectae ex Anacre onte. Parisiis, 1559. 
Notes

Signatures: A-G8 H6 (H6 blank); A-B8 C10 D2 (D2 blank).

Outside cover: limp parchment. Two fragments from a single medieval music manuscript on vellum stitched in inside front and back binding; includes part of a decorated initial 'R' and a four-line stave.

Other authors/contributors Estienne, Henri, 1531-1598  |  Andreas, Helias, 16th century

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