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Euripidou Tragōdiai heptakaideka hōn eniai met eksēgēseōn eisi de hautai Hekabē, Orestēs, Phoinissai ... Euripidis Tragœdiæ septendecim, ex quib. quædam habent commentaria, & sunt hæ: Hecuba, Orestes, Phoenissæ, Medea, Hippolytus, Alcestis, Andromache, Supplices, Iphigenia i[n] Aulide, Iphigenia in Tauris, Rhesus, Troades, Bacchæ, Cyclops, Heraclidæ, Helena, Ion.

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Uniform Title:
Works. Greek. Manuzio. 1503
Author/Creator:
Euripides.
Language:
Greek, Ancient (to 1453).
Publication date:
1503
Imprint:
[Venetiis, apud Aldum, mense Februario. M. D. III.]
Format:
  • Book
  • 2 pts. 18 cm.
Note:
Imprint from colophon. Printer's device (anchor and dolphin) on verso of last leaf of each part. Unpaged; pt. 1 has 268 leaves (3 blank); pt. 2, 190 leaves (2 blank). First collected edition of Euripides; includes also Hēraklēs mainonienos (Hercules furens). The commentaries mentioned on the t.-p. were not published with this edition.
Citation:
Renouard 1503, no. 10.
Note:
Stanford copy 2 (GNST): Binder: Maltby, Oxford (stamp). Binding: half green calf, marbled boards. Imperfect: 1st pt. lacks 1 blank leaf.
Related Work:
Tragōdiai.
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