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A Commentary on Antoninus, his Itinerary, or Journies of the Romane Empire, So Far as it Concerneth Britain: Wherein The First Foundation of Our Cities, Lawes, and Government, according to the Roman Policy, are Clearly Discovered; Whence All Succeeding Ages Have Drawn Their Originall. The Ancient Names of their Garrisons within this Island are Restored to the Modern, with their Site, and True Dist
Printed by T. Roycroft and are to be sold by Henry Toyford - . Hardback. Published 1658. 1st edition. 266pp. Folio. Contemporary calf, expertly rebacked; engraved portrait of Burton and a double page map, title in red and black, outer margin of title neatly repaired. Light spotting in the text & the normal ageing to pages. Overall in very good condition for its age. Said to be the most authentic of the records on the Roman roads. . . . . . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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