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407. GLASGOW, 1825. Ed. Koenig. With Juvenal.

D. Junii Juvenalis Aquinatis Satiræ XVI. Ad optimorum exemplarium fidem recensitæ varietate lectionum perpetuoque commentario illustratæ et indice uberrimo instructæ a Ge. Alex. Ruperti. Quibus adjectæ sunt, A. Persii Flacci Satiræ ex recensione et cum notis G. L. Koenig. Glasguæ : Excudebant Andreas et Joannes M. Duncan, Academiæ Typographi ; Impensis Ricardi Priestly, Londini. 1825. 8°. 2 vols. M, BM, HCL.

An engraved frontispiece, engraved title to Juvenal, and a bastard title to Juvenal and Persius precede the title printed above. At p. 605 of Vol. 2 Persius begins and ends on p. 733, being a combination of Koenig's text and the commentary mentioned under no. 381, but here the two are combined on the same pages.

My copy has the armorial bookplate of Alfred


Korning's kein in Vol. 2

See No.270.

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