Tēs theias graphs, palaias dēladē kai neas diathēkēs, hapanta = Divinae scripturae, veteris ac novi testamenti, omnia, innumeris locis nunc demum, et optimorum librorum collatione, et doctorum virorum opera, multo quam unquam antea emendatiora, in lucem edita. (Vorw.: Philipp Melanchthon)
Basel: John Hervagius, 1545.
Folio. Rebound in half-leather and cloth. Fourth complete Bible printed in Greek. The first complete Greek Bible was printed in Venice in 1518. Device of three-headed Hermes featured on both the title page and last page. Preface by Phillip Melancthon, a friend of Martin Luther.
Greek and Latin. [Greek: All of the Holy Scripture, to wit, of the Old and New Testament…]