File AvailableThomas, H.L. 1801 An anatomical description of a male rhinoceros. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91 (1): 145-152, pl. 10
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The subject of the following observations was brought from the East Indies to England, where it was intended he should remain, until a favourable opportunity should offer of sending him to Vienna. During the passage from India, he appeared to enjoy a good state, until a few days before his death...
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File AvailableThomas, H.L. 1801 An anatomical description of a male rhinoceros. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91 (1): 145-152, pl. 10
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Pidcock Menagerie. The skin, it is well known, is extremely hard and tuberculated, though smoother, and easily cut through by a common knife, on the underparts of the body: a considerable degree of sliding motion was observable between it and the surface underneath; this arose from the great qua...
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File AvailableThomas, H.L. 1801 An anatomical description of a male rhinoceros. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 91 (1): 145-152, pl. 10
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Pidcock, London . He was fed upon hay and oats, also potatoes, and other fresh vegetables.
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File AvailableGarner, T.; Pidcock, G. 1800 A brief description of the principal foreign animals & birds, now exhibiting at the Grand Menagerie, over Exeter-Change, the property of Mr Gilbert Pidcock,chiefly extracted from the works of Buffon and Goldsmith, with additions and anecdotes. London, G. Pidcock, pp. 1-44
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File AvailableAnonymous 1799 Pidcock. The Times (London) 1799 November 25: 4
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File AvailableAnonymous 1799 Pidcock. The Times (London) 1799 November 25: 4
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File AvailableTwiss, R. 1793 A trip to Paris in July and August 1792. London, William Lane, pp. i-vi, 1-131
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Maude, T. 1792 Observations on a subject in natural history. London, W. Hixon and V. Griffiths, pp. 1-35
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[30]
A brother-countryman of his [the giraffe], now in this metropolis, the Rhinoceros, riots in clover-hay and devours carrots and parsnipe, who never tasted them in his own country.
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File AvailableBurt, N. 1791 Delineation of curious beasts and birds, in their natural colours; which are to be seen alive at the Great Room over Exeter Change, and at the Lyceum, in the Strand. London, N.Bury, pp. 1-62
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File AvailableMorning Herald 1790 Advertisement. Morning Herald, London 1790, 26 July.
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We hear Mr. Clark of Exeter Change is singular in his possessions, having perhaps what no Englishman before has had, the supporters of the King's arms alive, a Lion and Male Unicorn. The Rhinoceros is really the unicorn ... is two years old, upwards of four fe...
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File AvailableOtto, D.B.C. 1788 Die Meyerschen Abbildungen der Thiere. Naturforscher 23: 175-200
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[176]
Die letzten 40 Kupferpl. [des 3. Theil, 1756] sind nicht nach Originalien.

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Tab. 29 Nashorn. Rhinoceros unicornis.
Tab. 30 Dasselbe von vorn.
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File AvailableMauvillon 1785 Memoire sur le petit rhinoceros de bronze dans le cabinet de Monseigneur le Landgrave [enleve par Denon]. Kassel, Landesbibliothek der Stadt Kassel, Handschriftensammlung, 2o Ms. Hass. 241, XIV, 2, Bl. 1618r - 1623v
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Société des Antiquités, Vortrag, 1785

Le petit Rhinocéros de bronze offert aux receherches de la Societé dans la seance derniere, est sans doute qu'une représentation imparfaite de cet animal, mais il n'en est pas moins antique, et qu'il me soit d'abord permis de fair...
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File AvailableSander, H. 1779 Nachricht vom Rhinoceros in Versailles. Naturforscher 13: 1-10
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Da ich im Junius und Anfang des Julius in Versailles war, machte ich mir oft am frühen Morgen das kostbare Vergnügen, im Königlichen Park am Canal hinunter in den Alleen reine Luft zu athmen, und zur Menagerie hinabzuspazieren. Man hat da die ganze Pracht der französischen Bildhauery,...
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File AvailableBarthelemy, L 1764 Memoire sur les anciens monumens de Rome. Memoires de litterature, tires des Registres de l'Academie Royale des inscriptions et belles lettres 28: 579-610
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File AvailableBarthelemy, L'Abbe 1760 Explication de la mosaique de Palestrine. Paris, H.L. Guerin et L.F. Delatour, pp. i-iv, 1-44
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File AvailableCoyer, Abbe 1758 Bagatelles morales, 3rd ed. Londres, Duchesne, pp. 1-239
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File AvailableKramer, G.H. 1756 Elenchus vegetabilium et animalium per Austriam inferiorem observatorum, sistens ea in classes et ordines genera et species redacta. Viennae, Pragae, Tergesti: Ioannis Thomae Trattner, pp. i-x, 1-400, i-xxii
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[317]
JUMENTA

Rhinoceros.
I. Rhinoceros cornu unico conico. Linn. Syst.Natur. II.
Austr. Rhinoceros.
Hospitabatur 1750 & 1751 a batavo allatus Viennae. Victitabat foeno, pane.
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File AvailableAnonymous 1756 Rhinoceros in Copenhagen. Whitehall Evening Post or London Intelligencer Thursday 1 January 1756
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File AvailableCoyer, Abbe 1755 Bagatelles morales, 2nd ed. Londres, Duchesne, pp. 1-239
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File AvailableAnonymous 1755 Rhinoceros in Copenhagen. London Evening Post Thursday 26 June 1755
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File AvailableTarin, P. 1753 Myo-graphie, ou description des muscles du corps humain. Paris, Briasson, pp. 1-171, pls. 1-38
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File AvailableAnonymous 1752 To be seen at the King's Arms, Leadenhall Street. Daily Advertiser, London Friday, 13 March 1752
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File AvailableAnonymous 1750 Exhibition of Rhinoceros in Paris. Freymuthige Nachrichten von Neuen Buchern und andern zur Gelehrtheit gehorigen Sachen, Zurich 17: 206-208
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File AvailableAnonymous 1749 Rhinoceros in Marseilles. Auszug aus der neuesten Weltgeschichte No. 97: 610
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File AvailableAnonymous 1749 Rhinoceros in France. Gazette d'Amsterdam 1749 February 25
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Albinus, B.S. 1749 Tables of the skeleton and muscles of the human body. Translated from the Latin. London, for John and Paul Knapton, [not paginated]
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We conclude this table, and the eighth, by exhibiting in the background the figure of a female Rhinoceros that was shewed to us in the beginning of the year 1742, being two years and a half old, as the keepers reported. We thought the rarity of the beast would render these figures...
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File AvailablePointer, J. 1749 Oxoniensis academia: or, the antiquities and curiosities of the University of Oxford. London, S.Birt and J.Ward, pp. i-xii, 1-254
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File AvailableAnonymous 1748 Rhinoceros exhibited in Munsterhof in Zurich. Sonnstags-Nachrichten, Zürich No. XI, 14 March 1748: 3rd page
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File AvailableLeipziger Zeitung 1747 Rhinoceros in Leipzig. Leipziger Zeitung 1747 August 29
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File AvailableParsons, J. 1747 Die Natuerliche Historie des Nashorns, welche von Doctor Parsons in einem Schreiben an Martin Folkes, Rittern und Praesidenten der Koniglich-Englischen Societat, abgefasset, mit zuverlaessigen Abbildungen versehen. Nuernberg, Stein und Raspe, pp. 1-16, pls. 1-3
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File AvailableAlbinus, B.S. 1747 Tabulae sceleti et musculorum corporis humani. Lugduni Batavorum, apud Ionannem et Hermannum Verbeek, [not paginated]
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Caeterum hac in Tabula & in octavo, exhibita quoque figura Rhinocerotis foeminae, quae ineunte hoc anno apud nos fuit, annos habens, ut custodes ferebant, duos cum dimidio. Ob raritatem belluae putavi figuras eius gratiores fore, quam alia quaecumque ornamenta ab arbitrium excogitata. Accur...
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File AvailableAnonymous 1747 Rhinoceros in Hanau. Europaeische Zeitung 1747 August 18
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File AvailableAnonymous 1747 Beschreibung des auslandischen Thiers, welches zu Freyberg in den ersten Tagen des Monats April 1747 in Wiesemannischen Gasthof zum guldnen Stern lebendig von seinen Eigenthums-Herrn, vielen Leuten is gezeiget worden. Freyberg, in der Reinholdischen Buchhandlung, pp. 1-8, pl. 1
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File AvailableWienerisches Diarium 1746 Rhinoceros in Vienna. Wienerisches Diarium No. 90, 1746 November 9
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Wienerisches Diarium, Vienna, 9 November 1746

1746, Nr. 90, Mitwoch 9 November 1746
Samstag den 5.November Nachmittag gegen 1 Uhr geruheten beede Regierende Kaiserliche Majestäten mit der Printzessin Charlote von Lothringen Königl. Hoheit und gewöhnlichen Hoch-Adelichen gefolg sich v...
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File AvailableShaw, T. 1746 A supplement to a book entituled Travels, or observations, &c wherein some objections, lately made against it, are carefully considered and answered: with several additional remarks and dissertations. Oxford, The Theatre, pp. i-ii, i-xvi, 1-112
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[1] The Preface
[The initial Y of the text of the preface is illustrated with the figure of a single-horned rhinoceros facing right, with a long prehensile upper lip. It is based on the figures of James Parsons.]

[91, note]
The ingenious Dr. Parsons ... has given us a most accura...
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File AvailableGronovius, A. 1744 Aeliani de Natura Animalium libri XVII, cum animadversionibus Conradi Gesneri, et Danielis Wilhelmi Trilleri, curante Abrahamo Gronovio, qui et suas adnotationes adjecit. Londini, excudit Gulielmus Bowyer, vol. 2, pp. 1-615
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File AvailableParsons, J. 1743 A letter containing the natural history of the rhinoceros. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 42 (470): 523-541, pls. 1-3
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English text from the Philosophical Transactions of 1743

Read June 9, 1743

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Sir, Although many authors have given accounts and figures of the Rhinoceros from time to time, and although there was one in England in 1685, yet how far were we from having the least notion of his...
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File AvailableParsons, J. 1743 Lettre a M. Martin Folkes, Ecuyer, President de la Societ Royale, contenant l'histoire du rhinoceros. Lue le 20 Juin 1743. Transactions Philosophiques 42 (470): 237-254, pls. I, I*, II, III
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File AvailableAnonymous 1743 Exhibition of rhinoceros in Antwerp, Belgium. Gazette van Antwerpen 14 June 1743: 4
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File AvailableDaily Advertiser 1741 Rhinoceros in London. Daily Advertiser, London 1741, 5 December
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To be Seen
At the Unicorn in Oxford Road, opposite Argyll Street
A large RHINOCEROS. This extraordinary animal is six years old, and of complete growth ... and is the only complete Animal of that kind that has been seen in England these eighty-five years.
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File AvailableDaily Advertiser 1741 Rhinoceros in London. Daily Advertiser, London 1741, 24 December
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To be Seen
At the Sign of the Golden Cross at Charing Cross
The Great Male Rhinoceros
or real Unicorn, that was taken in the Great Moguls Dominion after a Journey of a thousand Leagues by land to Patna, was shipp'd on board the Lyell, Capt. Acton, and brought to Lo...
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File AvailableLeydsche Courant 1741 [Advertisement]. Leydsche Maandagse Courant 1741, no. 88, 22 July 1741.
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Leydsche Maandagse Courant
1741, no. 88, 22 July 1741
Op de Maas is gekomen het schip Knapenhof van Bengalen, voor de kamers Rotterdam en Delft, en Hofwegen van Batavia, voor de kamer Rotterdam, welke den 24 Juny door mistig en slegt weer om het noorden van de vloot gescheiden zijn.
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File AvailableLeydsche Courant 1741 [Advertisement]. Leydsche Woensdagse Courant 1741, no. 101, 23 August 1741: 2
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1741, no. 101, 21 August 1741
Werd aan alle Heeren en Liefhebbers bekend gemaakt, dat 'er gearriveerd is een leevendige Rhinoceros van twee Jaaren oud, bijna drie Duizend pond zwaar, en in 't Gebied van den Grooten Mogol gevangen in 't Landschap Assem...
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File AvailableAmsterdamse Courant 1741 Rhinoceros in Amsterdam. Amsterdamse Courant no. 100, 22 August 1741
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1741, No. 101, 24 August 1741
1741, No. 102, 26 August 1741

Werd aen alle Heeren en Liefhebbers bekent gemaekt, dat tot Nieuwendam is gearriveert een leevendige Rhinocerus van 2 Jaer oud, bijna 3000 pond swaer, en in het Gebied van...
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File AvailableAmsterdamse Courant 1741 Rhinoceros in Amsterdam. Amsterdamse Courant no. 101, 24 August 1741
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1741, No. 101, 24 August 1741
1741, No. 102, 26 August 1741

Werd aen alle Heeren en Liefhebbers bekent gemaekt, dat tot Nieuwendam is gearriveert een leevendige Rhinocerus van 2 Jaer oud, bijna 3000 pond swaer, en in het Gebied van...
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File AvailableAmsterdamse Courant 1741 Rhinoceros in Amsterdam. Amsterdamse Courant no. 102, 26 August 1741
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1741, No. 101, 24 August 1741
1741, No. 102, 26 August 1741

Werd aen alle Heeren en Liefhebbers bekent gemaekt, dat tot Nieuwendam is gearriveert een leevendige Rhinocerus van 2 Jaer oud, bijna 3000 pond swaer, en in het Gebied van...
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File AvailableAnonymous 1740 Rhinoceros to be seen at the Bell in Haymarket. London Evening Post 18 November 1740
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File AvailableAnonymous 1739 There is just arrived from Bengall a rhinoceros. London Evening Post Thursday 14 June 1739
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File AvailableAnonymous 1739 Rhinoceros to be seen at the Golden Cross. Daily Post, London Saturday 29 December 1739
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File AvailableAnonymous 1739 Just arrived from Bengall a rhinoceros. Daily Post, London Saturday 16 June 1739
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File AvailableAnonymous 1735 Relacao de hum horrivel, e formidavel Monstro, que appareceo no Imperio da Turquia no presente anno de 1735 Tirada de cartas fidedignas escritas de varios Reynos Com a copia verdadeira do mesmo Monstro. Lisboa Occididental, na Officina de Joseph Antonio da Sylva, Impressor da Academia Real., pp. 1-12
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File AvailableDouglas, J. 1734 [Notes made in Leiden]. Manuscript preserved in University of Glasgow
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Notes by James Douglas of a conversation with Jan Wandelaar regarding drawings of Rhinoceros and the stuffed specimen in the botanoical garden, Leiden. Dated on one side: Leyden Decr 31 [1734 or 1735]. Wandelaar draws and engraves for Albinus. ...
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File AvailableKuhn, I. 1696 Pausaniae Graeciae descriptio accurata. Lipsiae, Thomas Fritsch, [not paginated]
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File AvailableAnonymous 1684 A description of the rhinoceros, lately brought from the East Indies, and sold the 25th of this instant August, to Mr. L for 2320. London, S.Libourn, pp. 1-2
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[1]
The Rhinoceros is accounted the second wonder in Nature; being a Beast every way admirable for its outward shape and greatness, as also for its inward courage, dispoftion, and mildness. For as the Elephant is the first wonder, so is this Beast next to the Elephant, being every way as much ...
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File AvailableScriverius, P. 1629 M. Val. Martialis. Amstelredami, Guilhel. Lanssonius, pp. 1-287
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File AvailableAnonymous 1623 Entree des Loys XIII, Roy de France et de Navarra, dans la ville d'Arles. Avignon, L.Bramerau, pp. 1-73
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File AvailableDalechampius, J. 1608 Plinius historia mundi libri XXXVIII, cum castigationibus et adnotationibus. Francofurti, Claud. Marnium et haeredes Joan Aubry., [not paginated]
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File AvailableCalderinus, D. 1601 M. Valerii Martialis Epigrammatum libri XIV Domitii Calderini commentariis perpetuis & Georgii Merulae observationibus, illustrati. Parisiis, apud Claudium Morellum, pp. i-xv, 1-851
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[1601: 11]
IX. De Rhinocerote

Domitius:
Rhinoceros] Rhinocerotem primus ostendit in spectaculis Pompetum Augu. Domit. animal est buxei coloris, inimicum elephanto, cuius aluum elimato cornu petit in pugna, nuper fuerat in theatro, & dia stupens ad pugnam, non poterat irritari, qu...
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File AvailableSassetti, F. 1579 Letter to Francesco Bonciani: p. 133

In: Marcucci, E. Lettere edite e inedite di Filippo Sassetti, raccolte e annotate. Firenze, Felice le Monnier: pp. i-iii, i-xlvii, 1-575
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Filippo Sassetti, 1540-1588
Rovellasca factor at Cochin. The extract is from his letter written from Lisbon on 19 February 1579 written to Francesco Bonciani (d.1620) in Florence.

Portuguese text from the edition of 1855

[133]
Lisbona, 19 February 1579
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File AvailableCalderinus, D. 1485 M. Valerii Martialis Epigrammatum libri XIV. Venetiis, Baptistam de Tortis, [not paginated]
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File AvailableCurtius, Q.R. 1000 Historiarum Alexandri magni Macedonis, VIII. ix. 16 & IX. I5
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liber III, line 135 [117]
broccus Novi nanus dente adverso eminulo hic est rinoceros.
Sat. 117 f
broncus Novlitanus: dente adverso eminulo hic est rinoceros velut Aethiopus.
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File AvailableSuetonius, C.T. no year known De vita Caesarum, Liber II, cap 43, 4 Divus Augustus
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File AvailableTimotheus Gazeus no year known On Animals, chapter 45
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File AvailableCapitolinus, I. no year known Antonius Pius, X 89
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