[Classical literature, Plato, Price Binding Nijmegen, 1810] Platoonos Phaidoon Platonis Phaedon. Explanatus et emendatus prolegomenis et annotatione Danielis Wyttenbachii. Leiden, D. Haak en Co. & A. and J. Honkoop, 1810, [4]+64+366 pp.

Full leather pricebinding (Prijsband) with coat of arms of Novio Magum (Nijmegen). Binding in good condition, hinges a bit weak and some damages due to time. Text in Greek and Latin. With priceform for Regnero Cornelio van Eldik, dated 1846. Signed by rector J.J. Kreenen.

Leather ‘prijsband’ (price binding; a book that was awarded to students who conducted outstanding performances) with the city logo of Nijmegen and scroll frames on the front and back.

Text edition of ‘Phaidoon’ by Plato, followed by Latin comments of the Amsterdam professor Wyttenbach (1746 – 1820). ‘Phaedo’ is a famous Socratian dialogue by the Greek philosopher Plato (428 – 348 BC). He describes the immortality of the soul and the death of Socrates.

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