London, South Kensington
16 February 2006
LUCANUS, Marcus Annaeus (39-65). Pharsalia: or, the Civil Warres of Rome, between Pompey the Great and Iulius Caesar. London: by A[ugustine] M[athewes] to be sold by Will. Shears, 1635. Small 8° (140 x 86mm). Additional engraved title by Fridericus Hulsius (stain on A1, occasional light spotting). Third edition. STC 16889. [Bound with:]
[MAY, Thomas (1595-1650)]. A Continuation of the Subject of Lucan's Historicall Poem till the Death of Iulius Caeser. London: by [Thomas Cotes] for James Boler, 1633. 8° (140 x 86mm). Engraved title by T. Cockson. With the first 2 blank (but without the final blank, E1 with severe but closed clean tear, some lower margins cropped occasioanlly affecting catchword, occasional light spotting). Second edition. STC 17712.
2 volumes in one, contemporary calf (rebacked, old label relaid, rubbed).
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