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Florus, Publius Annius

Published by London: Rodwell & Martin (1818)

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Item Description: London: Rodwell & Martin, 1818. 108p small format, front leather board present but detached, spine and back board absent, binding still firm, half title detaching, pages clean, clear print. Bookseller Inventory # PAB 109887

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Item Description: Amsterdami, Apud Guildjel: Lanss. Caesium, 1625, 1 volume de 6x11.5 cm environ, (1) ff., 886 pp., (2) ff., reliure plein veau brun, dos à 4 nerfs, orné de motifs dans des caissons dorés aux entre-nerfs, coupes dorées, tranches finement mouchetées. Léger manque de cuir sur 1 coin et la coiffe inférieure, quelques frottements, le reste est en bon état, bien conservé. Historien romain du IIe siècle, son Abrégé d'Histoire romaine va de la Fondation de Rome à 9 après J.-C.Ouvrage contenant également la rare édition du Brevarium Historia romanae ad Urbe condita (.) d'Eutrope, commenté par Elie Vinet (1509-1587). Bookseller Inventory # 65860

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Item Description: Giessen: Johann Philipp Krieger, 1732. 8vo. [16pp.]/pp.462 . 17cm x 10.4cm x 2.8cm. A very good binding. Original vellum binding with yapp leading edges. Smooth spine with rubbed blind stamped title: "Flori Epitome". Fine engraved bookplate to verso of the front board: " Edward Howes, Morninthorpe Manor " Fine engraved frontis of "Time" on a plinth and the babes Romulus and remus suckling from a wolf at the base. Title page in red and black. Light regular toning to pages. Latin text with copious notes in German. A very good book. ** Publius Annius Florus is known under several names: his first name is rendered as Publius and Lucius; his family name as Annius and Anneus; only the element "Florus" is always the same. Although we can not exclude that there were several authors with almost identical names, most scholars agree that there was only one, Publius Annius Florus. He is credited with four works: i.) A short, witty poem dedicated to the emperor Hadrian, who replied with a parody; ii.) Letters and poems by Annius Florus. iii.) The preface of a dialogue on the question whether Virgil was an orator or a poet, written by Publius Annius Florus. iv.) An Epitome of the Histories of Titus Livy, by Lucius Anneus Florus. Bookseller Inventory # 33154

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