Category:Prints from Hugo de Groot Syntagma Arateorum at the Peace Palace Library

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Hugo de Groot: Hvgonis Grotii ... Syntagma Arateorvm: opvs poeticæ et astronomiæ stvdiosis vtilissimvm: quo quæ contineantur versa pagella indicabit/ Aratus Syntagma Arateorum opus, Phaenomena, Diosemeia, Authors: Aratus Soleus (ca315-ca240 BC); Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 BC); Rufus Festus Avienus (4th century); Hugo de Groot (1583-1645); Germanicus Julius Caesar (15 BC -19 ). 1600. Publisher: [Lvgdvni Batavorvm]: Ex Officinâ Plantinianâ, apvd C. Raphelengivm, Academiæ Lugduno-Batauæ typographum
Printer: Plantiniana, officina Leiden, 1586-1621, Raphelengius, Christophorus Leiden, 1598-1601 Annotation: Titlepage in two versions: some copies have on the titlepage line 4-5: Opvs antiqvitatis et astronomiæ, others: Opvs poeticæ et astronomiæ. With imprint and prints of Jac. de Gheyn.
Contains: Arati Phaenomena et Diosemeia Græce.--Ciceronis interpretatio, H. Grotij versibus interpolata; Phænomena Aratea Germanico Cæsare interprete; Eiusdem fragmenta Prognosticorum; Notæ H. Grotij ad Aratum; Notæ eiusdem ad Germanici Phænomena; Notæ eiusdem ad Germanici Prognostica; Notæ ad fregmenta Ciceronis; Festi Avieni Paraphrasis; notis Hug. Grotii et imagin. siderum ex vet. ms. a Jac. De Gheyn aeri incisae

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Jacob de Gheyn II  (circa 1565–1629) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q1347434
Jacob de Gheyn II
Alternative names Jacob de Gheijn (II), Jacques de Gheyn (II), Jaques de Gheyn (II), Jaque Gheyn, Jacob Gheyn, Jaques de Gayn, Jacob de Gheijn, Jaques de Gain
Description Flemish printmaker, cartographer, painter and publisher
Date of birth/death circa 1565 29 March 1629
Location of birth/death Antwerp The Hague
Work location Antwerp, Haarlem (1585-1590), Amsterdam (-1595), Leiden (1596), Amsterdam (1597), Leiden (1598-1599), The Hague (1601-1629)
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Hugo Grotius  (1583–1645) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q154959 s:en:Author:Hugo Grotius q:en:Hugo Grotius
Hugo Grotius
Alternative names Hugo Grotius, Huig de Groot, Hugo Grocio, Hugo de Groot
Description Dutch poet, playwright, jurist, politician, writer and diplomat
Date of birth/death 10 April 1583 28 August 1645
Location of birth/death Delft Rostock
Work location The Hague
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Peace Palace Library  Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q3046797
Peace Palace Library
Native name Bibliotheek van het Vredespaleis
Location The Hague
Coordinates 52° 05′ 12″ N, 4° 17′ 44″ E Link to OpenStreetMap Link to Google Maps
Established 1913
Web page ppl.nl
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