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IEROKLEOUS PHILOSOPHOU YPOMNEMA EIS TA TON PYTHAGOREION EPE TÀ CHRYSA
Hierocles [of Alexandria].

IEROKLEOUS PHILOSOPHOU YPOMNEMA EIS TA TON PYTHAGOREION EPE TÀ CHRYSA

Hieroclis philosophi Commentarius in aurea Pythagoreorum carmina. Joan. Curterio interprete. Quæ vero alia in hoc volumine continentur versa pagina indicabit. London : printed by J. R[edmayne]. for J. Williams in Cross-keys Court in Little Britain, and are to be sold by Henry Dickinson of Cambridge bookseller 1673.
Sm. 8vo. [32] + 433pp + [67] + 189pp. + [ii] blank + pp.(193-271) + [i] blank. Greek and Latin text on facing pages. Dec. device to t.ps., dec. head pieces, dec. initial letters. Errata leaf 2F2 misbound before pp.[433]. Some mainly light browning, lacking front f.e.p., minor paper loss to pastedowns, early blind ruled calf, minor wear, sl. loss to spine with light vertical crease, dec. gilt tooling to edges of boards. ESTC R16295. ’Printer’s name from Wing CD. Greek and Latin on facing pages. Includes index. “Aurea Pythagoreorum carmina ... Autore Theodoro Marcilio." has separate title page with imprint "Londini, typis J. Redmayne, MDCLXXIII." on leaf Y1r; pagination and register are continuous. “Ierokleous philosophou Asteia. Hieroclis philosophi Facetiæ;" has separate dated title page with imprint "ex officina Johannis Redmayne." on leaf 2C6r; pagination and register are continuous. Errata on leaf 2F2r. "Hierocles de providentia & fato:" has separate dated title page, pagination and register. "Prolegomena de editione, autore, & opere." (caption title on a2r) is by John Pearson. "M. Casauboni, Isaaci filii, In Hieroclis commentarium notæ & emendationes." has separate dated title page with imprint "typis J. Redmayne" on leaf ²M7r; pagination and register are continuous. The Carmen aureum was not in fact written by Pythagoras. Text continuous despite pagination. Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), H1935.’ The second work has a prologue by John Pearson Bishop of Chester 1613-1686.
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