Frankfurt: Wolfgang Hofmann, 1626.
3 volumes, bound in two. 815, ; [xii], 324; [x], 521, pp. Unicorn printer's device on title in first volume. Thick 16mos, handsomely bound in older red straight-grained morocco with simple gilt-ruled borders and lettering; inner dentelles and marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Francofurti: Wolfgang Hofmann, 1626. A very clean and handsome edition of this uncommon book. Text in Latin with occasional Greek throughout.
Famous collection of anecdotes and jokes, first published by Dionysius Melander in 1603, and then augmented by his son Otto. This edition seems to contain 1375 entries. Brunet III, 1583.
Language: Greek; Latin