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Ritum, QuI Olim Apud Romanos Obtinverunt, Succincta Explicatio; Ad Intelligentiam Veterum Auctorum Facili Methodo Conscripta
by G. H. Nieupoort
Trajecti ad Rhenum Jacobus Broedelet, 1723. Hardcover. Good. 8vo. Latin. , 596 pp., . Vellum. Flourish blind stamped to front and back covers. Front hing cracked. Minor foxing inside front board. Inscriptions from previous owners on front end page and back of title. Interior pages clean, unmarked and in great condition. Interesting piece on the rites and ceremonies of Ancient Rome. 7 plates, 2 of which are fold out tables. An extensive index in back.
Title: Ritum, QuI Olim Apud Romanos Obtinverunt, Succincta Explicatio; Ad Intelligentiam Veterum Auctorum Facili Methodo Conscripta
Author: G. H. Nieupoort
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Quantity available: 1
Publisher: Trajecti ad Rhenum Jacobus Broedelet
Date published: 1723
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