The Plantin Press Online

Subject: History

The Plantin Press Online aims to provide in-depth bibliographical information on all editions printed and published by Christophe Plantin (c. 1520–1589) in Antwerp and by his printing office in Leiden until his death on 1 July 1589. It includes references to his typographical material, woodblocks, copperplates, his correspondence, and the Plantin archives in Antwerp, as well as existing copies, bibliographical works, links to digital reproductions, and recent research. Based on the extensive six-volume printed edition compiled by Leon Voet in collaboration with Jenny Voet-Grisolle (Amsterdam, 1980–1983), this open-access research tool incorporates the latest bibliographical findings as well as additions and corrections to the print edition.  

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XII Caesares, [edited by Theodorus Pulmannus], 1574

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Record ID cp011155 Voet reference number 2265I Museum Plantin-Moretus Author Gaius SUETONIUS TRANQUILLUS Title page transcription C. SVETONII ‖ TRANQVILLI ‖ XII. CÆSARES, ‖ THEOD. PVLMANNI Craneburgij ope- ‖ ra & studio emendati. ‖ IN EOSDEM ‖ Annotationes, atque lectionis varietates ex doctissimo- ‖ rum hominum scriptis, & ex vetustis, vulgatisque ‖ libris, ab eodem collectæ. ‖ EIVSDEM ‖ C. Suetonij Tranquilli, de illustribus Gramma- ‖ ticis, & claris Rhetoribus, LIB. II. ‖ Cum Achillis Statij Lusitani Commentatione. ‖ Ioan. Baptistæ Egnatij, D. Erasmi Roterodami, & ‖ H…
Date: 2023-07-25

XIMENES (XIMENEZ; JIMENEZ), Didacus (Diego)

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Spanish theologian. Licentiate in law at the Salamanca University. Entered the Dominican Order in 1543. Died c. 1560. Cf. Palau y Dulcet, 7, page 183, and 28, page 204. cp010307: Calendarium perpetuum secundum instituta fratrum praedicatorum…, 1566.
Date: 2023-07-25