P. S. Allen, H. M. Allen, and H. W. Garrod (eds), Opus Epistolarum Des. Erasmi Roterodami, Vol. 11: 1534–1536

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(A fuller description will be found in vol. i, app. 7)

  • A = Iani Damiani Senensis Elegeia. 4o. Basle. J. Froben. Aug. 1515.

  • B = Epistole aliquot ad Erasmum. 4o. Louvain. Th. Martens. Oct. 1516.

  • C = C1C2

  • C1 = Epistole sane quam elegantes. 4o. Louvain. Th. Martens. Apr. 1517.

  • C2 = Idem. 4o. Basle. J. Froben. Jan. 1518.

  • D = D1 D2

  • D1 = Auctarium selectarum epistolarum. 4o. Basle. J. Froben. Aug. 1518.

  • D2 = Idem. 4o. Basle. J. Froben. March 1519.

  • E = Farrago noua epistolarum. Fol. Basle. J. Froben. Oct. 1519.

  • F = Epistolae ad diuersos. Fol. Basle. J. Froben. 31 Aug. 1521.

  • G = Selectae epistolae. 4o. Basle. J. Herwagen & H. Froben. 1528.

  • H = Opus epistolarum. Fol. Basle. H. Froben, J. Herwagen & N. Episcopius. 1529.

  • J = Epistolae floridae. Fol. Basle. J. Herwagen. Sept. 1531.

  • K = Epistolae palaeonaeoi. Fol. Freiburg. J. Emmeus. Sept. 1532.

  • L = De praeparatione ad mortem. 4o. Basle. H. Froben … N. Episcopius. ⟨c. Jan.⟩ 1534.

  • M = De puritate tabernaculi. 4o. Basle. H. Froben & N. Episcopius. ⟨c. Feb.⟩ 1536.

  • N = N1 N2 N3

  • N1 = Operum tertius tomus. Fol. Basle. H. Froben & N. Episcopius. 1538.

  • N2 = Idem. Fol. Ibid. 1541.

  • N3 = Idem. Fol. Ibid. 1558.

  • O = O1 O2

  • O1 = Vita Erasmi. 4o. Leiden. T. Basson. 1607.

  • O2 = Idem. 12o. Leiden. G. Basson. 1615.

  • P = Pirckheimeri opera. Fol. Frankfort. J. Bringer. 1610.

  • Q = Epistolae familiares. 8o. Basle. C. A. Serin. 1779.

  • Lond. = Epistolarum libri xxxi. Fol. London. M. Flesher & R. Young. 1642.

LB. = Opera omnia. Tomus tertius. Fol. 2 vols. Leiden. P. Vander Aa. 1703.

Note.—At the head of each letter is printed a list of the editions in which it is found, with the necessary references. The references to Lond. serve also for H and N. Sources, printed or ms., other than the editions above catalogued, are indicated, when necessary, by Greek letters.

In the critical notes any of these editions or sources which is not specified by the sigla must be understood to follow the reading of its immediate predecessor. Thus, in Ep. 106. 1, E stands for E, F, H, N1, N2, N3, Lond., and LB. Similarly, with the Greek alphabet this principle is generally followed; but occasionally, when the sources are diverse or there is some special reason for it, e.g. in Ep. 296, all the authorities are specified by their sigla.

The Corrigenda found in some of the volumes of letters have usually been treated as the true readings of those editions; but occasionally the uncorrected text and the correction have both been given; the latter following immediately after the former.

The small superior figures attached to letter-numbers refer to letters answered, the inferior to letters answering.

Angular brackets ⟨ ⟩ denote additions by an editor, square brackets [ ] denote omittenda.

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