Aristotelous Peri kosmou, pros Alexandrou: Aristotelis De mundo liber, ad Alexandrum : cum versione latina Gulielmi Budaei
Aristotelis De mundo liber, ad Alexandrum
AristotleAristotle. De mundo. GreekAristotle. De mundo. LatinBudé, Guillaume, 1468-1540
In aedibus Academicis, excudebat R. Foulis, academiae typographus
ESTC: "The attribution to Aristotle is doubtful."
First five words of title transliterated from Greek.
First and last leaves blank?; lacking in IU copy. IU-R.
Latin and Greek text.
"Though long attributed to Aristotle, the De mundo (On the Universe) is the work of an unknown philosopher who probably lived within a hundred or so years of Aristotle’s death in 322 BCE. This edition of the De mundo was printed by the Scottish printer Robert Foulis, whose books are among the most technically accomplished of the 18th century. Appointed printer to Glasgow University in 1743, Foulis went on to become one of the most important printers of the Scottish Enlightenment"--MU Libraries Special Collections.
4 unnumbered pages, 76 pages, 8 unnumbered pages
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