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Chrysostom's works. In Fabricius there is a notice of some other unpublished translations by Gaza, as of the Aphorismi of Hippocrates, and the Libri de Re Militari of the emperor Maurice. Translations from Latin into Greek His versions from Latin into Greek were:-- 1. *Ma/rkou *Tulli/ou *Kike/rwnos *(rwmai/ou *Ka/twn h)\ peri\ *Gh/rws, M. T. Ciceronis Cato sive de Senectute ; and 2. the *)/Oneiros tou= *Skipi/wnos, Somnium Scipionis, of the same author. Editions These were both printed by Aldus Manutius at Venice, A. D. 1519. 3. A letter of Pope Nicholas V. to Constantine Palaeologus, the last emperor of Constantinople. Editions Both the original and the version are given in the Opuscula Aurea Theologica of Arcudius, 4to. Rome, A. D. 1630, and again A. D. 1670. Further Information Hody, De Graecis Illustribus Linguae Graecae, &c. Instauratoribus. 8vo. Lond. 1742. C. F. Boerneri, De Doctis Hominibus Graecis. 8vo. Lips. 1750; Fabric. Bibl. Gr. vol. x. pp. 388-395.[J.C.M]
A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology (ed. William Smith), (search)
was published fol. Rome, 1517, by Petrus Paccius, the translator's brother: again, fol. Basil. 1519, and in a smaller form at Paris, 1554. The Greek text was first printed by Hen. Stephanus, 8vo. Paris, 1557, accompanied, but in a separate volume, by the version of Paccius. The edition of Heinsius, from a MS. in the King's Library at Paris (with the title quoted above), with a new Latin version and notes by the editor, was printed 8vo. Leyden, 1607 and again 1614, and without the notes, A. D. 1630. It has been reprinted once or twice since then. In the first edition the Latin version and the notes formed separate volumes. Heinsius did not follow either the arrangement of his MS. or his own suggested arrangement in Tetralogia. The first edition of Davis, fellow of Queen's College, Cambridge, with the version of Heinsius, whose arrangement he adopted, and short notes, was published, 8vo. Cambridge, 1703; the second and more important edition, in which the text was carefully revised an