Georgius Lauer  

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Georgius Lauer was a German printer who worked in Rome in the late fifteenth century, responsible for important publications including editiones principes by Festus, Nonius, Varro, and others.

Publications

  • Curtius, Historiae Alexandri Magni (c. 1470)
  • Festus, De verborum significatu (editio princeps, 1470/1471)
  • Nonius, De compendiosa doctrina (editio princeps, 1470)
  • Poggio, Facetiae (1470/1471)
  • Varro, De lingua latina (editio princeps, 1471/1472)




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