The Bodleian Manuscript of Jerome's Version of the Chronicles of Eusebius

The Bodleian Manuscript of Jerome's Version of the Chronicles of Eusebius

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ... rex: aegyptiorum 58 b 29 marg. elias rapitur tempore acrippae siluii regis latinorum qui undecimus ab aenea regnauit 62 a 23 marg. sardanapallus tarsum et anchialos con didit 63 b 22 marg. mater remi et romuli uirgo uestalis electa uiua defossa est infantes iuxta ripam fluminis faustulus repertos uxori aecae laretinae alendos tradit quae pulchritudine quaestum faciens lupa appellata est unde etiam nunc lupanaria 25 filia eius adimendi 30 ram uiua defossa 64 a 12 marg. fidonargiuus mensuraset pondera primus inuenit 67 b 28 marg. hoc in primis anni romuli gestum est sed quia pagina uacabat hie scriptum 68 b 28 marg. aft uno quod tempus interregnum dictum est 73 b 30 marg. olda mulier profetes 75 b 9 marg. nabuchodonosor rex chaldaeorum capto ioacim rege hierosolymae etiam uasa templi in babyloniam transtulit eo tempore quo tarquinius priscus romanis regnabat 2, 6, 9, XVIII, XVIIII, XX, XXI, XXII, XXIII, 10,11,16,17 XXIIII 75 b 9 profetabanthieremiasbaruc;'wrui 17 Mccccx 18 marg. danihel ananias azarias tempore tar quinii prisci fuerunt in babylone profetantes 76 b 22 marg. regnauit regno medorum extraneus 79 b 16 marg. tarquinius superbus uincla taureas fustes latumias carceres compedes catenas exilium metalla excogitabat 79 b 28 marg. tarquinius superbus ob uiolatam a filio lucretiam regno pulsus 80 a 28 marg. anacreon lyricus poeta cognoscitur b 16 marg. aggaeus zacharias et malachias profetae tempore tarquinii superbi fuerunt 81 a 8 marg. pythagoras philosofus clarus habetur qui post annos Cclxii ab urbe condita fuit b 4 marg. ideo secundus annus bis scribitur quia unus annus in magorum frat rum septem menses computantur 83 b 1 tione urbis 21 filius darii XX 84 a 27 marg. xippae termae b 30 marg....show more

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  • Paperback | 42 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236800966
  • 9781236800961
  • 2,257,700