Sibout Cornelius Klinkhamer, ed. Querolus Sive Aulularia, Incerti Auctoris Comoedia Togata, Quam, Auctam Adnotatione et Restituendae metricae Rationis Tentamine, Quod Bene Vertat Deus, ex Auctoritate Rectoris magnifici, Hermanni Bouman... Amsterdam: Heirs of H. Gartman, 1829. Krown & Spellman retail: $75. First Edition. 4to. [3], *-****4, 1-26(4), [2]. [6], XXXII, 208, [4]pp. Full old pasteboard, decorative black ink paneling on front and rear boards, title on spine with some damage to head and tail. Light browning and foxing, most leaves unopened. From the Krown & Spellman Collection.

    More Information: Klinkhamer (1804-1834) born in Amsterdam where he studies and became a lawyer and philologist. He also published a "Commentatio historico-iuridica de juris civilis Romamni loco" and some poems. This is the inaugural dissertation of Klinkhamer and is about this imitation of Plautus' Aulularia by an anonymous author.       OCLC: 11634921. Beck, Allgemeines Repertorium, 230.

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