Titi Petronii Arbitre, Equitis Romani, SATYRICON cum Fragmentis albae Graecae recuperatis Anno 1688. [Bound with] Priapeia sive diversorum Priapum Lusus.Ab eudem illustratus. Heraclii Imperatoris, Sophoclis Sophister, C. Antonii, Q.Sorani, & Cleopatrae, Reginae, Epistolae.
Lipsiae (Leipzig) & Patavii (Padua). Casparum Fritsch & Gerhardum Nicolaum. 1731 & 1764. 1st Edition. 16mo. 16cm, (xiv),184, & (xiv),175pp., 2 vignette title pages, index, neat annotating relating to text tipped in on several slips, contemporary inscription, in full contemporary vellum, slightly dist worn, a fine copy, very rare (ands). ~ An early edition of the "Satyricon" with added fragments supposedly found during the sack of Belgrade in 1688. The first edition with supplements was published in Rotterdam and edited by Francois Nodet with this second edition appearing in 1731. The added fragments were found to be spurious though continued to be published into the 20th century. The "Piapeia" consists of poetry of Heracles, Sophocles, Antonius, Sorani, and Cleopatra with commentaries by Gaspar Shoppe, Joseph Scaglieri, and Frederick Lindenbruch. No standard price references located, including, ABE, A&E, ABPC. Not in WorldCat. (Text in Laten). Item #35722