Franciscus Dousa

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Franciscus Dousa (Latinized from Frans van der Does; 5 March 1577, Leiden – 11 December 1630, Leiden)[1] was a Dutch classical scholar, at Leiden University. He was a younger son of Janus Dousa, a pupil of Justus Lipsius, and a friend of Joseph Justus Scaliger.

He worked on the text of Gaius Lucilius.[2] The edition was Satyrarum quae supersunt reliquiae. F.J. Dousa collegit, disposuit, et notas addidit (1597, title page).

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