Anakreontos Tēiou melē
Anacreontis Teii odae
AnacreonEstienne, Henri, 1531-1598
Apud Henricum Stephanum
Title in Greek characters, transliterated; text in Latin and Greek.
Printer's device on title page.
Renouard, 115.1; Adams, A-1001; Sandys, II, 176.
"Anacreon was one of the nine lyric poets whom the scholars of the Library of Alexandria judged to be worthy of close study. Though a native of the city of Teos, he spent much of his career at the courts of the tyrants Polycrates of Samos and Hipparchus of Athens, where he was particularly esteemed for his drinking songs and hymns. This edition of Anacreon’s poems was printed by Henri Estienne, part of the Estienne (or Stephanus) printing dynasty. It features the famous Grecs du roi typeface, designed by Claude Garamond for King Francis I of France"--MU Libraries Special Collections.
8 unnumbered pages, 110 pages
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