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Livy; Philemon Holland
The Roman history written in Latine by Titus Livius. With the supplements of the learned John Freinshemius, and John Dujatius. From the foundation of Rome to the middle of the reign of Augustus. Faithfully done into English.
London : printed for Awnsham Churchill, at the Black Swan in Ave-Mary-Lane, near Paternoster-Row, MDCLXXXVI, 1686. London : printed for Awnsham Churchill, at the Black Swan in Ave-Mary-Lane, near Paternoster-Row, MDCLXXXVI, 1686. Hardcover. Good. [Early English translation by Philemon Holland of Ab Urbe Condita] Folio, 32.5 x 20.5 cm. Bound in contemporary boards, rebacked. [12], 3-281, [1], lxxx, 283-346, 351-481, [1], 501-940, [18] p., two maps of Rome, one folding plan of troop formations. Engraved title illustration, with portrait of Livy. Frontispiece medallion portraits of important Romans. Some marginal staining to some of the rear leaves, scattered spotting. Early armorial bookplates of James Bengough of Inner Temple (1702) and George Tollet, esq. Refs: Wing L-2615; ESTC R2504.
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]

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