It was editio princeps of a play by some lesser Elizabethan or Jacobean.
The text of the editio princeps, by the way, is thoroughly unreliable.
This first edition, primus primarius or editio princeps, was a French translation by Nicholas Panis.
"editio princeps," advantages of possessing an, 167—of Boccaccio, 91.
Nor would the exemption of an editio princeps from everyday sordid work restrain his sacrilegious hands.
Many of these were gleaned from the editio princeps of Thorkelin2.
The Chanson de Roland has since its editio princeps been repeatedly re-edited, translated, and commented.
So far as I remember, the editio princeps has not been specified by Gough.
It was published in Rome on September 11, 1548, and was called the editio princeps.
This was the editio princeps of a number of forged anti-Semitic documents, of which the Nilus Protocols are the latest redaction.