Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682
Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682
Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682
Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682
Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682
Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682
Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682
Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682
Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682
Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682
Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682
Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682
Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682
Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682
Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682

Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682

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Title: Tirocinium linguae graecae, primigenias voces sive radices in centurias complexum, 1682
Author: Philippe Labbe
Publisher: Lugduni, Antonius Molin
Condition: Poor

A late 17th century edition of Labbe’s Greek languages and social aspects of the vocal, or the roots of the complex. Of Labbe himself, he was the author of more than 80 literary, philosophical and theological works and his "Tirocinium linguæ græcæ," first published in 1648, went through more than a dozen editions.

One volume in 12mo, 478 pages

On note of condition, this volume is in poor shape, with the binding being extremely worn down and chipped away at the edges, as well at the spine edges. The pages are similarly worn as well, with the fore edges especially so. There is very little foxing and staining throughout.