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P. Virgilius Maro In Usum Scholarum Ad Novissimam Heynii Editionem Exactus by Virgil: - Hardcover - from Bookfare and Biblio.com

P. Virgilius Maro In Usum Scholarum Ad Novissimam Heynii Editionem Exactus

by Virgil:

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J. Johnson and others, London, 1809 "Excisis disquisitionibus, excursibus, et notam iis, quae ad juniorum commoditatem minus pertinere videbantur"; 704 pages; Text in Latin; Leather Bound Hardback: full red polished morocco elaborately decorated in gilt and blind, spine panelled with raised bands, all edges gilt, marbled end-papers; Slight rubbing to leather, previous owners' inscription and book label, a handsome copy.. Book.
  • Bookseller: Bookfare GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 7687
  • Title: P. Virgilius Maro In Usum Scholarum Ad Novissimam Heynii Editionem Exactus
  • Author: Virgil:
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: J. Johnson and others, London, 1809
  • Keywords: Virgil's Aenid Leather Bindings Virgil's Bucolics Virgil's Georgics Latin


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