Dionysius VossiusDionies Vos (1612 – 25 October 1633), often known by his Latin name Dionysius Vossius, was a Dutch translator.
He was the son of Gerardus Vossius and the brother of Isaac Vossius. Born in Dordrecht, he studied Ancient Greek, Latin, Hebrew, Syriac and Arabic. Vossius published his first Arabic dictionary at the age of 16.
Later he published a Latin translation of a tractate on idolatry from the ''Mishneh Torah'' by Maimonides, which he had annotated. It was added to the List of Prohibited Books of the Catholic Church. Provided by Wikipedia
Dionysii Vossii Panegyricus, dictatus Frederico Henrico, Arausionensium principi ; eiusdem Fredericus victor
by Vossius, Dionysius, 1612-1642Other Authors: '; “...Vossius, Dionysius, 1612-1642....”
by Maimonides, Moses, 1135-1204.Other Authors: '; “...Vossius, Dionysius, 1612-1642,...”
C. Julii Caesaris De bellis gallico et civili pompejano, nec non A. Hirtii aliorumque de bellis alexandrino, africano, et hispaniensi commentarii ad msstorum fidem expressi
by Caesar, Julius 1557-1636Other Authors: '; “...Vossius, Dionysius 1612-1642...”