Aristophanous Kōmōdiai ennea = Aristophanis Comoediae novem.

Title: 
Aristophanous Kōmōdiai ennea = Aristophanis Comoediae novem.

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Author/Artist: 
Aristophanes.
Publisher: 
Venice : Aldus Manutius, Romanus, 15 July (Id. Quint.) 1498.
Description: 
[348] leaves ; 33 cm. (fol.)
Other Authors: 
Mousouros, Markos, ca. 1470-1517, ed.
Format of Material: 
Books
Microform
Bib ID: 
96927
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Rare Books
Call Number: 
PA3875.A2 1498 *
Location: 
Microforms
Call Number: 
F-2297
Location: 
Digital Book
Call Number: 
No call number available
Variant Title: 
Kōmōdiai ennea
Aristophanis Comoediae novem
Notes: 
Title-page, including contents, in Greek and Latin; text and scholia in Greek.
Edited by Marcus Musurus.
Goff A-958
Hain-Copinger 1656
BM 15th cent., V, p. 559 (IB.24470)
GW 2333
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in September 2009.
The mention of glass cups in Acharnes (The Acharnians, lines 72-74) is regarded as the earliest reference in literature to glass drinking vessels. In Nebulae (The Clouds, lines 765-771), Strepsiades and Socrates discuss the use of a burning glass. The burning glass is also discussed in the scholia.
Contents: 
Plutus --
Nebulæ --
Ranæ --
Equites --
Acharnes --
Vespæ --
Aues --
Pax --
Contionantes.