Lippert

Philipp Daniel Lippert published the first edition of his Dactyliotheca Universalis signorum exemplis nitidis redditae in Leipzig in 1755-1762. It comprised three 'volumes' in book form, each containing twenty drawers of one thousand gem casts per volume, chosen from the prominent collections of the day in Europe. It was accompanied by a summary catalogue. This is the edition presented here. A second edition (1767-1776) is somewhat differently composed and had a far longer text. It will be put on line by the Beazley Archive in the near future.

Concordance

Record 1-9: Milliarium primum I. Pars prima tota mythica (Historia fabularis deorum) 1-455

Text: a20-b50

Record 9-19: II. Pars altera fere historica (Gemmae Homericae) 1-545

Text: b50-b106

Record 20-26: Milliarium secundum I. Pars prima. Mythologiae (Historia fabularis Deorum; ritus pagan) 1-439

Text: d01-d46

Record 27-37: II Pars altera fere historica (Gemmae Homericae)1-561

Text: d46-d84

Record 38-44: Milliarium tertium I. Pars prima tota mythica (Historia fabularis deorum) 1-393

Text: f01-f46

Record 45-56: II. Pars altera fere historica (Gemmae Homericae) 1-611

Text: f01-f46

Record 57-67: Supplementum I 1-554

Record 68-76: II 1-495