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Geographia antiqua et nova: or a system of antient and modern geography, with a sett of maps engraven from Cellarius's. Designed for the use of schools, and of gentlemen, who make the antients writers their delight or study. Translated from the French of Mr. L'abbe Du Fresnoy, with great additions and improvements, from Ptolemy, Strabo, Cellarius, etc. To which is added a large index.
London: Printed for John and Paul Knapton., 1742. - 4to, pp. vi, [6], 157, [39], 33 double-page hand coloured engraved maps, cont. calf, later rebacked, black leather title label, piece torn from blank fore-margin of leaf I1, some brown staining on leaves R2 & R3, corners of binding chafed. The maps are fresh and crisp. With an extensive index. Translated by Philip Morant.[ESTC T139562] [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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