Oxoniae:: Excudebat H. H. Impensis T. Gilbert, 1672., 1672. 12mo. [xiv], 417 pp. Decorative initial; browning, stained, lower corner a paper flaw p. 180, title tear neatly repaired with Kozo on verso along gutter and upper margin. New quarter brown leather over green buckram, new endleaves. Ownership blind embossed stamped on first and last few leaves, including title. New binding is tight in the gutter. Good. This popular textbook, "a compendium based on his early Institutiones," first appeared in 1621 and was used throughout Europe. [Conley] It is one of the author's four books on rhetoric. All were printed in numerous editions. Vossius was a Dutch classical scholar, philologist and wrote about historical theology. He was very close with Hugo Grotius and taught at the University of Leiden. In 1619 he was accused of heresy and forced to resign from his post as Director of the Theological College at Leiden University. His work in rhetoric was influential in the Low Countries, Scotland, Germany and Sweden, and continued long after his death. See: Thomas Conley, Rhetoric in the European Tradition, 1990, pp. 157, 159-162. (Inventory #: LV2179)
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