Beautiful prize binding in glossy parchment with beautiful deeply stamped
figure in gold on front and back cover.
The National Library of the Netherlands has a similar copy with different cover decorations.
Blank parchment, stamped with gold; remnants of two pairs of black-green ties. Bindings of the National Library of the Netherlands
Titus Maccius Plautus was a Latin playwright of comedies. The Roman comedy has two important representatives, Plautus and Terentius. Plautus is known for his powerful, humorous and lively original Latin style.
M. Acci Plavti Comœdiæ : accedit commentarivs ex variorum notis & observationibus /
ex recensione Ioh. Frederici Gronovii
Author: Titus Maccius Plautus (c. 244-184 BC)
Co-author: Johannes Fredericus Gronovius (1611-1671)
Publisher: Amstelodami : ex typographia Blaviana, sumptibus Societatis
Printer: Blaviana, typographia Amsterdam, 1679-1703
Maker studio: Early Hague prize group
Annotation: engraved title page
2nd part with its own title page: M. Acci Plauti Comoediæ : cum commentariis variorum
Prize binding Hagae Comitis.
Binding: contemporary parchment binding, prize binding, gilt-stamped boards and spine
Number of pages: 2 parts: , 624, 588,  Index
signs of use and age discolouration
wonderful copy in a sold binding
- Number of Books
- Bindings, classical antiquity., History, Literature
- Author/ Illustrator
- Titus Maccius Plautus, Johannes Fredericus Gronovius
- Book Title
- Comœdiæ, accedit commentarivs ex variorum notis & observationibus
- Publication year oldest item
- 1st Edition Thus
- Original language
- Uitgever: Amstelodami : ex typographia Blaviana, sumptibus Societatis
- Binding/ Material