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Epicteti Enchiridion Latinis versibus adumbratum, 1715

Epicteti Enchiridion Latinis versibus adumbratum, 1715

An artistic impression (engraved) of Epictetus (left) for Edward Ivie's Latin translation of the Enchiridon; Oxford, 1715. 

An engraved artistic impression of Epictetus with is crutch for Edward Ivie's Latin translation of the Enchiridon; Oxford, 1715. The Greek on the bottom right reads: “I was Epictetus the slave, and not sound in all my limbs, and poor as Irus, and beloved by the gods."

Source/Citation: 

Oxoniæ : E Theatro Sheldoniano, MDCCXV. Impensis H. Clements, ad Insigne Lunae Falcatae in Coemetero D. Pauli, Londini, 1715 (Image in the public domain, scanned in by Boston Public Library; http://www.archive.org/details/epictetienchirid00epic)

Type: 
Artistic Response
Access Level: 
Public Domain