So I have a book first published in 1593, republished in the author's opera omnia in the 1646s, then that volume was reprinted (facsimile of the 1646 edition) in 1970, and this is the edition I am referencing. I am using only the "Variorum" from the book. The citation will be built by the "monthly" style provided by the MAA for use in the American Mathematical Monthly. Ideally I just want the information to be in the right place with their style, it doesn't have to look exactly as below. Here is the citation I am working with:
Vieta, F., Variorum de Rebus Mathematicis Reponsorum Liber VII, (1593) in: Opera Mathematica, (reprinted) Georg Olms Verlag, Hildesheim, New York, 1970, pp. 398-400 and 436-446.
I guess that year should be 1970, but how to I mark up the original dates? I don't see an original edition year, or "year that original book was published before appearing in the collected work of the author" field. I'm guessing I should be leveraging the notes field? Does anyone have any similar experience?