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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology (ed. William Smith), (search)
IV. ; De Generatione Animalium Libri V. Editions In the preface he calls himself " Theodorus Graecus Thessalonicensis." Fol. Venet. 1476. These translations have been frequently reprinted among the works of Aristotle, with or without the original. 2. Aristotelis Problemata. Editions This version was made under the pontificate of Nicholas V., and revised under that of Sixtus IV.; and was printed at Rome A. D. 1475. The earliest edition mentioned by Fabricius is that of Venice. Fol. A. D. 1493. 3. Theophrasti Historia Plantarum Libri X., Editions and De Causis Plantarum Libri VI. This version, prepared during the pontificate of Nicholas V., was first printed at Treviso, A. D. 1483. (Panzer, Annal. Typog. vol. iii. p. 40.) It has been repriced, with corrections, by Heinsius and Bodaeus. The little book, Theophrasti de Suffructibus, Theodoro Gaza Interprete, published by H. Sybold, at Strasburg, is merely a reprint of the last four books of the Historia Plantarum. 4. Alexan
A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology (ed. William Smith), (search)
dias, 8vo. Ven. 1534. Scholia extant in MSS Scholia on the Odae of Pindar (Fabric. Bibl. Graec. vol. ii. p. 67), and perhaps on the Ajax Flagellifer and Electra of Sophocles (see Scherpezeel. ibid.), by Moschopulus, are extant in MS. 4. Grammaticae Artis Graecae Methodus consisting of three parts, i. Erotemata s. Quaestiones ; ii. Canones; iii. Declinationes s. Declinationis Paradigmata. Editions This work was first printed with the Erotemata of Demetritus Chalcondylas, 4to. about A. D. 1493, but the copies have no note either of time or place; nor has the work of Moschopulus any general title; that which we have prefixed is from the edition of Walder, 8vo. Basel, 1540. 5. *)Tw=n o)noma/twn *)Attikw=n sullogh/, Vocum Atticarum Collectio. The words are professedly collected from the *Ei)/kones, Icones s. Imagines, of Philostratus, and from the poets. Editions This sylloge was given at the end of the Dictionarium Graecum published by Aldus, fol. Venice, 1524, and was print
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pointed out that Pardus was his name and Corinthus that of his see; on his occupation of which he appears to have disused his name and designated himself by his bishopric. Works *Peri\ diale/ktwn, De Dialectis. Editions His only published work is *Peri\ diale/ktwn, De Dialectis. >It was first published with the Erotemata of Demetrius Chalcondylas and of Moschopulus, in a small folio volume, without note of time, place, or printer's name, but supposed to have been printed at Milan, A. D. 1493 (Panzer, Annal. Typogr. vol. ii. p. 96). The full title of this edition is *Peri\ diale/ktwn tw=n para\ *Kori/nqou parekblhqeidw=n, De Dialectis a Corintho decerptis. It was afterwards frequently reprinted as an appendix to the earlier Greek dictionaries, or in the collections of grammatical treatises (e. g. in the Thesaurus Cornucopiae of Aldus, fol. Venice, 1496, with the works of Constantine Lascaris, 4to. Venice, 1512; in the dictionaries of Aldus and Asulanus, fol. Venice, 1524, and