Title (lat)

De regno

Author

Dio Chrysostomus

Dio Cocceianus

E-Books OnDemand

Publishing

Franciscus de Benedictis

Description

Dion Chrysostomos (geb. nach 40; gest. vor 120) war ein griechischer Redner, Schriftsteller und Philosoph des 1. Jahrhunderts. Achtzig seiner Diskurse (oder Reden) sind überliefert. Sein Beiname Chrysostomos bedeutet im Griechischen „Goldmund“.
Bei seinen Diskursen handelt es sich um die verschriftlichte Form seiner mündlichen Lehren für den Kaiser Trajan. Sie behandeln politische, moralische und philosophische Fragen in essayistischer Form.

Katalog Inkunabeln UB Wien: 201
ISTC id00205000
HCR HC 6187*
GW 8369


Dio Chrysostomom (ca. 40 - ca. 120) was a Greek orator, writer and philosopher of the Roman Empire in the 1st century. Eighty of his Discourses (or Orations) are extant. His byname Chrysostom literally means "golden-mouthed".
His orations appear to be written versions of his oral teaching, and are like essays on political, moral, and philosophical subjects.

Object languages

Latin

Date

1493

Rights

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a
CC BY-NC 2.0 AT - Creative Commons Attribution - Non-Commercial 2.0 Austria License.

CC BY-NC 2.0 AT

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.0/at/

Classification

incunabula

ancient philosophy

European Projects -- Europeana Libraries (euprojects4)

ÖFOS 2002 -- HUMANITIES (6) -- Philosophy (61) -- General philosophy (6101)

Member of the Collection(s) (1)

o:73336 Incunabula of the main library of Vienna University Library