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18 November 2003
LUCIANUS Samosatensis (c.120-c.190). Vera historia. Translated into Latin by Lilius Castellanus. - DIODORUS SICULUS. Bibliothecae historicae libri VI. Translated into Latin by Poggio. Venice: Philippus Pincius, 20 November 1493.
Chancery 2° (289 x 203mm). Roman and Greek type. (Side-note excised from a1v, some staining.) Vellum binding made out of part of an 18th-century antiphonal leaf.
SECOND EDITION. HC 10260 (Diodorus); HR 10260; BMC V, 495; Goff L-328.
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