Bibliographie (26.2.2019)

PANTOIA – Bibliographie (26.2.2019) – Autoren (O)

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1.   O'HANLON, Virginia / Church, Francis Pharcellus Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus ... in Latin! Vere, Virginia, Sanctus Nicolaus est! By Francis Pharcellus Church, translated into Latin by Walter Sauer and Hermann Wiegand, illustrated by Matthias Kringe, Wauconda (Illinois): Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2001. – 32 S. / lat
2.   OKES, Richard Musae Etonenses sive Carminum Etonae conditorium delectus. Series nova. Tom. I., fasc. I., edidit R. Okes, Eton: 1856. – 100 S. / grc, lat
3.    . . . . . Musae Etonenses sive Carminum Etonae conditorium delectus. Series nova. Tom. I., fasc. II., edidit R. Okes, Eton: 1862. – 192 S. / grc, lat
4.    . . . . . Musae Etonenses sive Carminum Etonae conditorium delectus. Series nova tomos duos complectens, edidit R. Okes, Eton: E. P. Williams, 1869. – grc, lat
5.   OLFERS, Sibylle von Aliquid de pumilionibus // Etwas von den Wurzelkindern. Latinitate exornatum ab Anna Elissa Radke, Neckarsteinach: Edition Tintenfaß, 2016. – 29 S. / ger, lat
6. Buch aufschlagen ORWELL, George Fundus animalium. Liber celeberrimus Georgii Orwell primum A. D. MCMXLV editus, ubique per mundum notus, nunc de Anglico sermone in Latinum conversus auctore Thomaso Cotton, Online-Publikation: http://phaselus.org.uk/FF.html (1.10.2011). – lat
7.   OSSIAN The Poems of Ossian in the Original Gaelic. With a literal translation into Latin by the late Robert Macfarlan, together with a dissertation on the authenticity of the poems by Sir John Sinclair, and a translation from the Italian of Cesarotti's dissertation on the controversy respecting the authenticity of Ossian, with notes and a supplemental essay, by John MacArthur, published under the sanction of the Highland Society of London, 3 Bde., London: Bulmer, 1807. – gla, lat
8. Buch aufschlagen OWEN, Sidney George / Phillimore, John Swinnerton Musa clauda. Translations into Latin elegiac verse by S. G. Owen and J. S. Phillimore, Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1898. – XIV + 70 S. / eng, lat