L. Annaei Senecae Philosophi Opera Omnia. Accessit a Virus Doctis ad Senecam Annotatorum Delectus.
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Leipzig: Thomas Fritsch, 1702. Duodecima (16 cm), two volumes in one very thick binding (pp. frontispiece, 584; 837, index), comprising the complete works of the Stoic philosopher from the Elzevir edition of 1659 including in Volume I a biographical sketch, fragments, De Ira, De Consolatione, De Providentia, Ad Serenum de Tranquillitate Animi, etc., and in Volume II, Epistolae et Questiones Naturales. Contemporary vellum, titles to spine, frontis portrait of Seneca. Top of spine chipped, a few neat contemporary student annotations. A clean, tight copy.
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