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Titre : Ex Recensione & cum Notis atque ...
Éditeur : Apud Rod. & Jacob. Wetstenios & Gul. Smith, Amstelaedami [Amsterdam]
Date d'édition : 1728
Reliure : Hardcover
4to, pp. [xxiv], 717, , 239,  + frontispiece. Title-page printed in red and black. Eighteenth-century Dutch vellum prize binding, boards with a border and frame of gilt rolls enclosing the coat of arms of Amsterdam, red morocco label to spine. Some light browning and spotting, splashmarks to verso of title-page and a few ink spots to one opening, frontispiece mounted on a stub. Vellum somewhat soiled, ties lost. Ownership inscription of J. Hinlopen to flyleaf (possibly dated 1778) along with transcription of two spurious odes purportedly discovered by Caspar Pallavicini (which had first been published in 1778 before quickly being debunked). The third edition of Bentley's magisterial and important edition of Horace, a reissue of the 1713 second with a new title-page. Improving on the first, the second and third editions have the text and notes rearranged for greater convenience in use, and a corrected index. Dibdin II 101-5. N° de réf. du libraire 1980
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