Jean Bouhier - Jacques Philippe d'Orville - 1731-2-22

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Jean Bouhier, Dijon

Jean Bouhier - Jacques Philippe d'Orville - 1731-2-22
FINA IDUnique ID of the page  1833
InstitutionName of Institution. Oxford, Bodleian Library
InventoryInventory number. MS D’Orville 492 f° 69-70
AuthorAuthor of the document. Jean Bouhier
RecipientRecipient of the correspondence. Jacques Philippe d'Orville
Correspondence dateDate when the correspondence was written: day - month - year . February 22, 1731
PlacePlace of publication of the book, composition of the document or institution. Dijon 47° 19' 17.69" N, 5° 2' 29.29" E
Associated personsNames of Persons who are mentioned in the annotation. Cardin Le Bret, Adolf Occo, Filippo Argelati
LiteratureReference to literature.
KeywordNumismatic Keywords  Book
LanguageLanguage of the correspondence French
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Lettre du 25 février 1731 (de Dijon): Abstract: In due course he asks O. to send him Markland’s Statius, Arnand’s variant lections, and Burmann’s minor poets. He describes the contents of the packet he has sent O. (they concern medals). He very much enjoys the variant lections of Horace. I have MSS. of de Bello Gallico of 15th century, but it would be difficult to find any scholar who would collate them. Le Bret, President of the Provence Parliament, tells me he is going to send you a paper on some Greek inscriptions from monuments sent from Smyrna. I count on the Jesuits who will soon be returning from Rome to bring inter alia Argelati’s new edition of Occo. Other works he mentions are Boiso’s «Roma sotterranea» and Stuckius’«Antiquitates Conviviales». (Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS D’Orville 492 f° 69-70).