A View of the Early Parisian Greek Press: Including the Lives of the Stephani; Notices of Other Contemporary Greek Printers of Paris; and Various Part

A View of the Early Parisian Greek Press: Including the Lives of the Stephani; Notices of Other Contemporary Greek Printers of Paris; and Various Part

By: William Parr Greswell (author)Hardback

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1833 Excerpt: ...dee in Scotland, and of a house " dont le chef a " droit de porter l' tendard dans le Roi'aume." Of his connexion with the house of Fugger, and the friendship and literary intercourse between him and Henry, we have already spoken. The precise time of this marriage is not known; but it is supposed to have taken place in the year 1560. The death of this lady happened according to Niceron, about the end of 1565, but according to Maittaire, in 1568. The children of the marriage who survived, were Paul Estienne, who afterwards established himself at Geneva, and two daughters, Florence and Denise. Upon the authority of a letter of Paulus Melissus, it has been supposed that Henry formed a second matrimonial connexion at a much later period. 1562. Novi Testamenti catholica expositio ecclesiastica, fol.; Genesis, cum catholica expositione ecclesiastica, fol.; Liber Psalmorum, cum catholica expositions ecclesiastica. Cantica, ex diversis Bibliorum locis, cum eadem expositione, fol. The preceding theological works, found under the process of impression in his father's press at Geneva, were brought to a conclusion by Henry; and are therefore by Maittaire attributed to him. Augustinus Marloratus, the unfortunate compiler of these commentaries, (which were to have been continued through all the sacred books, ) was on the taking of Rouen by the catholics this year by the duke of Guise and his party, sentenced to be hanged; and executed accordingly at Rouen, where he performed the functions of Huguenot minister. His impressions of 1562, more properly so called, are the two following: Sexti philosophi Pyrrhoniarum Hypotupcosecov libri III. quibus in tres Philosophice partes severissime inquiritur; libri magno ingenii acumine scripti, variaque doctrina ref...

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  • publication date: 01/01/1969
  • ISBN13: 9789060324417
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 851
  • ID: 9789060324417
  • weight: 1440
  • ISBN10: 9060324412

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