Observationum variarum, libri duo in quibus . . .
Amsterdam: R. & J. Westensios, 1727. 8vo. [x], 281,  pp. Printer's device to title. Eighteenth century vellum over pasteboards, some soiling, small portion of vellum missing at foot of spine. Portion of fly-leaf torn away at head, small stain at upper fore-edge of first few signatures, some occasional text browning. From the Marist College main library, Brookland, D.C. with their ownership stamp to title. Item #11052
Wesseling (1692-1764) is remembered today chiefly for his major edition of Diodorus Siculus. The present miscellaneous work includes the author's thoughts on Greek and Roman writers and on numismatics. The writer e.g. emends Asconius Pedianus, Gellius, Hesychius, Isaeus, Plato and Sophocles; defends Petronius and explicates Scipio and euphorion; discusses several Roman republican coins.