Leonis Allatii Symmikta, sive Opusculorum, Graecorum et Latinorum, vetustiorum ac recentiorum, libri duo. Edente, nonnullis additis, Bartoldo Nihusio. Syllabus omnium subjicitur sequenti dedicatoriam praefatiunculae.
Leone Allacci (1586-1669)
Place of origin
Blickling Hall, Norfolk (Accredited Museum)
, 302; , 458,  p. ; 8vo. Running number: 5475. Provenance: manuscript initial on second front fly-leaf: "M." [i.e. catalogue code of John Mitchell (ca. 1685-1751), librarian to Sir Richard Ellys (1682-1742)]. Manuscript price[?] in pencil on second front fly-leaf scribbled over in ink. Manuscript inscription on title page: "Nathan Wrighte of Englefeild" [probably the Reverend Nathan Wrighte (d. 1721), who married Lady Anne Powlett of Englefield House in Berkshire. Wrighte was the third son of Sir Nathan Wright (1654-1721), Lord Keeper of the Great Seal]. Binding: seventeenth-century sprinkled calf; sewn on four tawed leather supports; blind double fillet border, with additional blind double fillet running parallel to spine-edge; gilt single fillet on board edges; blind fillets on spine. Red sprinkled edges. Manuscript fore-edge title: "2 Allatii Sym[m]icta".
Makers and roles
Leone Allacci (1586-1669) Barthold Nihus (1596-1657), editor