Examined for the first time by Jean Doresse in 1948, its editio princeps
was not published until 1971, in German, by M.
This document must have captured the attention of those who circulated it as it was also preserved and divulged in the two main editions of fray Luis' Can tar de Can tares: the 1798 editio princeps
of the Song's translation and commentary printed by Francisco de Toxar in Salamanca, and a 1806 edition of fray Luis' works prepared by the Augustinian friar Antolin Merino and printed in Madrid.
In B and the editio princeps
of 1633, (14) he avoids explicit mention of the various doctrinal formulae evident in the earlier Williams MS.
He stresses that his book is not an editio princeps
, since he worked from photographs only, not from the actual manuscripts, but his study includes all that may be inferred from such access, including remarks on paleography and the placement and order of fragments.
Unfortunately, the text has been silently emended by the editors of the editio princeps
A more serious flaw is that the Latin quoted in the footnotes is based on the Basle 1576 edition and not on that of the 1496 editio princeps
(the only authoritative text).
He then carefully argues that Montaigne's Greek phrases come not from a manuscript of Sextus but (a) from the smattering of Greek terms included in Henri Estienne's 1562 Latin translation of Sextus' Outlines of Pyrrhonism, particularly in Estienne's dedication to Henri de Mesmes, his table of contents, and his detailed annotations; and (b) from the 1533 editio princeps
of Diogenes Laertius' Lives of the Philosophers, especially the Life of Pyrrho.
Then, with the appearance of Sweynheym and Pannartz's 1469 editio princeps
, the real work begins.
The following remarks are not meant to diminish the value of this editio princeps
of these tablets.
Marcel used the two main independent witnesses of the Platonic Theology: the editio princeps
printed in Florence in 1482 by Miscomini and corrected by Ficino, and the manuscript dedication copy, MS Florence, Biblioteca Medicea-Laurenziana, Plut.
It was from such Central Asian Sanskrit manuscripts--the so-called "Turfan manuscripts"--that Ernst Waldschmidt published the editio princeps
of the MAV in 1953 and 1956.
There is even one editio princeps
in this book, an Egyptian stela with Aramaic inscription now at Hamm (p.