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Hieronymus Wolf (13 August 1516 - 8 October 1580) was a sixteenth-century German historian and humanist, most famous for introducing a system of Roman historiography that eventually became the standard in works of medieval Greek history.

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by Isocrates
Londini [i.e. Geneva] : Apud haeredes Ioann. Norton, & Ioannem Bill. [i.e. P. Estienne?], M. DC. XV [1615]
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by Isocrates
Londini [i.e. Geneva] : Apud hæredes Ioann. Norton, & Ioannem Bill. [i.e. P. Estienne?], M. DC. XV [1615]
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Uniform title: Enchiridon. Latin and Greek
by Epictetus
Cantabrigiæ : ex celeberrimæ Academiæ typographeo. Impensis G. Morden bibliopolæ, 1655
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