Sanchoniatho's Phonecian History Translated from the First Book of Eusebius De Praeparatione Evangelica : with a Continuation of Sanchoniatho's History by Eratosthenes Cyrenaeus's Canon, Which Dicaearchus Connects with the First Olympiad

[Sanchoniathon] Cumberland, Rt. Revd. R. , D. D. with Preface by Squier Payne.

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Ex Library of the Inner Temple, with Inner Temple marks in several places along with a stmp to the verso of the title page indicating that this was a duplicate and was ordered to be disposed by the Library Committe of the I. T. Hinge cracked at pages 226 and 227, but text block is still well attached. Brown leather binding with five raised bands and the logo of the Inner Temple in gilt at the bottom. Moderate edge rubbing. Inner Temple Library bookplate affixed to blue paper front pastedown. Froont free endpaper is lacking. ; Cumberland whose major work was De legibus naturae died in 1718. This was his last work before his death and was seen by some as anti-Catholic. Gilt motif to front board and gilt lettering to spine. ; 8vo; 488 p. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Sanchoniatho's Phonecian History Translated ...
Publisher: R. Wilkin
Publication Date: 1720
Binding: Hardcover

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Cumberland, Rt. Revd. R. , D. D. with Preface by Squier Payne. ( Sanchoniatho )
Published by Printed by W. B. for R. Wilkin, London (1730)
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Book Description Printed by W. B. for R. Wilkin, London, 1730. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 1st ed., thus. Small octavo. Sympathetically re-cased with gilt title on leather label in compartment on spine. xxii, (ii), 488 pp, large folding table. Very Good, tight, later end papers, leaves nice and clean. A handsome copy with fresh contents. Bookseller Inventory # 017899

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