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BIPONT EDITIONS

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Originally appearing in Volume V03, Page 957 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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BIPONT EDITIONS, the name of a famous series of editions, in 50 volumes, of Greek and Latin classical authors, so called from Bipontium, the modern Latin name of Zweibrucken or Deux-Ponts in Bavaria, where they were first issued in 1779. Their place of publication was afterwards transferred to Strassburg. See Butters, Uber die Editiones Bipontinae (1877).
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