Philopinacium; [manuscript] /; per Christianum Friedericum Anders.
Philopinacium [manuscript] / per Christianum Friedericum Anders.
Collection of inscriptions predominantly in Latin, with signatures of many individuals, followed by a collection of Latin quotations from classical authors (f. 220v-251v). The entries dated 1731 were collected in Zittau, and many seem to be associated with a gymasium and college there; the entries dated 1733 were added in Frankfurt an der Oder.
Anders, Christian Friedrich.
252 leaves : paper, col. ill.; 117 x 170 mm. bound to 124 x 171 mm.
Latin, with a few inscriptions in Greek, French, English, German, and Cyrillic.
Bookplate (f. 180v): Armorial, with a lion rampant holding a harp and with the motto Deo proximo.; Formerly part of the Bechstein collection (German philology), University of Pennsylvania Library (bookplate, inside upper cover).; Transferred to the Rare Book & Manuscript Library, 1962.
Zittau, 1731, 1733.
Viris generosissimis et magnificis, patronis ac fautoribus amplissimis atque honoratissimis amicis.; http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017/d/medren/3989233; https://colenda.library.upenn.edu/catalog/81431-p3833n03z