CELLARIUS, CHRISTOPHER. Curae posteriores de barbarismis et idiotismis sermonis latini tertium recognitae et plurimus locis auctae... Ienae (sumtu Io. Bielckii, typis Io. Dav. Wertheri) 1700.
12:o. (22, lacks last blank leaf), (1)- 432, (46) pp. Engraved frontispiece, title printed in red and black.
Contemporary vellum. And some more by Cellarius in the same binding.
Consists of: De latinitate mediae infimae aetatis liber, sive antibarbarus, recognitus quartum & pluribus auctus (Ienae 1710); Appendix ad curas posteriores recognitas... (Ienae 1700); Discussio appendicis Danicae ad curas suas posteriores... (Jenae 1700); Iudicium de vindiciis latinae linguae Borrichanis, nuperrime Hafniae Danorum in lucen editis (Ienae 1707).
Christopher Cellarius studied at several German universities, he taught moral philosophy and the Oriental languages at Weissenfels. In 1673 he was made rector of the school at Weimar and afterwards of the seminaries at Zeitz and Merseburg and finally professor of eloquence and history at Halle where he died in 1707. He is also noted for being the first person to divide Western history into the Ancient, Medieval, and New Periods and in doing so is credited for creating the term "Middle Ages". Cellarius published a great number of ancient authors with learned annotations and very accurate indexes as for instance the letters of Cicero and of Pliny. His own compositions relate to ancient history and geography, Roman antiquities and the Latin language as is presented here.
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