[INCUNABULA REFERENCE - GREEK]. "Incunabula in the Gennadius Library" (reprinted from Medievalia et Humanistica: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Culture, New Series, No. 2, 1971. Francis R. Watson.
[INCUNABULA REFERENCE - GREEK]. "Incunabula in the Gennadius Library" (reprinted from Medievalia et Humanistica: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Culture, New Series, No. 2, 1971
[INCUNABULA REFERENCE - GREEK]. "Incunabula in the Gennadius Library" (reprinted from Medievalia et Humanistica: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Culture, New Series, No. 2, 1971
[INCUNABULA REFERENCE - GREEK]. "Incunabula in the Gennadius Library" (reprinted from Medievalia et Humanistica: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Culture, New Series, No. 2, 1971
[INCUNABULA REFERENCE - GREEK]. "Incunabula in the Gennadius Library" (reprinted from Medievalia et Humanistica: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Culture, New Series, No. 2, 1971

[INCUNABULA REFERENCE - GREEK]. "Incunabula in the Gennadius Library" (reprinted from Medievalia et Humanistica: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Culture, New Series, No. 2, 1971

Cleveland / London: Case Western Reserve University, 1971. 8vo. Paginated 7-20. Original printed wrappers. NOT ex-library! Very good. Item #3163

Describes the history of the fabulous Gennadeion Library at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. Of the 70 incunables in the Gennadius Library, thirty-nine are Greek, an impressive number considering that fewer than seventy Greek books had been printed by 1500 (see Proctor, Printing of Greek in the Fifteenth Century, 1900). Incidentally, these incunables are listed in Goff as "GenL."

¶ From the famed Bibliotheca Bibliographica Breslaueriana (sale at Christies NY, 2005, lot 1255).

Price: $20.00

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