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16 February 2006
EUTROPIUS (c.370 AD). De gestis Romanorum libri decem. Paris: Simon de Colines, 1539. 8°. Woodcut device on title, woodcut criblé initials (light waterstaining throughout). Early 19th-century sprinkled calf (rubbed, upper hinge worn). Provenance: L.A. Burd (armorial bookplate).
DION CASSIUS (c.155 - after 229) [and the Scriptores Historiae Augustae]. [Opera]...Iohannis Baptistae Egnatij [pseud.]...in eosdem [sic] annotationes. Paris: Robert Estienne, 1544. 8°. Woodcut device on title, with the final blank. 17th-century mottled calf, gilt spine (rubbed, head of spine worn). Provenance: Barat, 1668 (inscription on an endpaper) - L.A. Burd (armorial bookplate). Schreiber 75.
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