1642 Censorinus De Die Natali Ancient ROME Philosophy Astronomy Lindenbrog RARE

CENSORINUS

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Censorinus was a 3rd-century Roman grammarian known for his treatise ‘De Die Natali’. This work covers a variety of topics including the history and development of mankind, the influence of stars, music, religious rites and ceremonies, astronomy, Greek philosophy, and mathematics. This work includes axioms of Euclid’s Elements, as well as definitions of geometric terms. Perhaps, though, the most important section deals with some of the earliest known information on Roman metrics.

 

Early 17th-century editions of Censorinus are considered some of the best due to the commentary and notes by Heinrich Lindenbrog.

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1642 Censorinus De Die Natali Ancient ROME Philosophy Astronomy Lindenbrog RARE

 

Censorinus was a 3rd-century Roman grammarian known for his treatise ‘De Die Natali’. This work covers a variety of topics including the history and development of mankind, the influence of stars, music, religious rites and ceremonies, astronomy, Greek philosophy, and mathematics. This work includes axioms of Euclid’s Elements, as well as definitions of geometric terms. Perhaps, though, the most important section deals with some of the earliest known information on Roman metrics.

 

Early 17th-century editions of Censorinus are considered some of the best due to the commentary and notes by Heinrich Lindenbrog.

 

Item number: #8194

Price: $750

 

CENSORINUS

 

Censorinus De die natali. Henric. Lindenbrogius recensuit ; et notis, iterata hac editione passim adauctis, illustravit. (Fragmentum incerti scriptoris, antea Censorino tributum … editum a Lud. Carrione.).

 

Lugduni Batavorum: I. Maire, 1642.

 

Details:

  • Collation: Complete with all pages
    • [16], 250, [48]
  • Provenance: Bookplate
    • Manson
    • Le Vte. Desfossez
      • Viscount Charles Desfossez, an 18th century French Royalist, is remembered for the record of his eye-witness account of the execution of Queen Marie Antoinette. *
        • *Beauchesne, Alcide de. Louis XVII : Sa Vie, Son Agonie, Sa Mort : Carptivité De La Famille Royale Au Temple. Plon Frères, 1853.
      • Language: Latin
      • Binding: Leather; tight & secure
      • Size: ~6.25in X 4in (16cm x 10.5cm)

 

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8194

Categories

Classical Greco-Roman

Philosophy

Authors

CENSORINUS

Printing Date

17th Century

Language

Latin

Binding

Leather

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete