Cicero, Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta. Recognovit potiore

Cicero, Marcus Tullius [Christian Gottfried Schütz].

Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta. Recognovit potiorem lectionis diversitatem adnotavit indices rerum ac verborum copiosissimos adiecit Christianus Godofr. Schütz. [including: Lexicon Ciceronianum].

20 Volumes bound in 28 Volumes [complete set]. Lipsiae [Leipzig], apud Gerhardum Fleischerum iun., 1814 – 1823. Small Octavo (18 cm x 11 cm). More than 10000 pages. Hardcover / Original, absolutely stunning, early 19th-century bindings with all edges uniformly red and beautiful gilt lettered spine-labels and gilt ornament. Two, formerly missing Volumes in this set (Volume 16,III and Volume XX), are bound in a simple, modern half-leather. Unusually excellent condition of one of the most desirable scholarly editions of Cicero’s writings. With only minor signs of external wear. A rare possibility to acquire the important Opera Omnia Edition of Cicero in such a beautiful, presentable set. The set is part of our Savigny – Collection because it is a likely, contemporary publication Friedrich Carl von Savigny would have used for his essays on Roman Law.

This set also includes the “Lexicon Ciceronianum” by Christian Gottfried Schütz / Volumes 17 and 18 includes the “Index Geographicus et Historicus” and Volumes 18 and 19 include “Index Latiniatis”.

[Franz Ludwig Anton Schwaiger,Volume I, page110]

 

Cicero, Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta
Cicero, Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta
Cicero, Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta
Cicero, Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta
Cicero, Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta
Cicero, Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta
Cicero, Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta
Cicero, Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta
Cicero, Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta
Cicero, Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta
Cicero, Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta
Cicero, Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta