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Abraham Kuyper: An Annotated Bibliography 1857-2010 by Tjitze Kuipers (2011)

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Theses litterariae, quas praeside viro clar. C.G. Cobet, litt. hum. prof. ord. die Iovis IV m. Martii, a. MDCCCLVIII, hora XI, in auditorio publico, ad publicam commilitonum disputationem proponet A. Kuyper, Theol. Stud.
(Theses litterariae 1857/1858, no. IX.)
[S.l., s.n. 1858.] 4 pp., 21cm.
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ET: The literary theses which shall be submitted by A. Kuyper, student in theology, under the direction of the very illustrious gentleman C.G. Cobet, full professor in classical languages and literature, for a public debate with fellow students in the public auditorium at 11:00 am on Thursday, March 4, 1858.

A bifolium with drop title containing fifteen theses of conjectures about Aristophanes (three theses), Herodotus (three theses), Livius (four theses), Nonius (one thesis), Gellius (two theses), Xenophon (one thesis), and Thucydides (one thesis), as well as five additional theses with a more general historical tenor. The second thesis (In Iudaeorum rebus expondis Tacitus non praestitit se historicum [In his description of Jewish history Tacitus shows himself not to be a historian]) could be a contribution from Kuyper himself (see 1980.05 and 1981.02). Concerning the disputations and the authorship of these theses, see 1857.01.