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Six Comedies By Terence A SLAVE Author 1726 Very Rare Folio Large Book
London: Jacobi Tonson & Johannis Watts, 1726. A very rare and scarce book. Read full details below. -Written by Terence, a slave who was an African playwright writer during the Roman Republic. He was educated by the Roman Senator Terentius Lucanus who freed him after being so impressed by his writing abilities. These six plays have survived and are his most famous. -The engraving on the opening page is of Frederick, Prince of Wales in his suit of armor. The book was printed in London, England and published by Jacobi Tonson and Johannis Watts in 1726. The language is Latin. -The book is complete and in very good condition with only minor foxing on the pages. The book measures 10 x 7 inches and features a half leather binding with raised bands Ships from Nashville, TN.
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