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1 ADDISON, Joseph. Dialogues upon the Usefulness of Ancient Medals. Especially in Relation to the Latin and Greek Poets. Volume the Third of Miscellaneous Works in Verse and Prose.
J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper, London. 1746. 
Rebound in blue cloth with cream labels to spine and Small 8vo. Volume also includes The Present State of the War; Of the Christian Religion. 328pp + 8pp Tonson and Draper's advertisements + 64pp. of medal illustrations. VG+ 32197 
Price: 35.00 GBP
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2 ADKINS, A. W. H. Moral Values and Political Behaviour in Ancient Greece. From Homer to the end of the Fifth Century. The Ancient Culture and Society Series.
Chatto and Windus, London 1972 
First edition. DW. xiii, 160pp. Map. Small ownership inscription o/w near fine in sl. worn VG wrapper. 40683 
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3 ANACREON, SAPPHO et al. The Works of Anacreon and Sappho, with Pieces from Ancient Authors; and Occasional Essays; Illustrated by Observations on their Lives and Writings, Explanatory Notes from Established Commentators, and Additional Remarks by the Editor; with the Classic, an Introductory Poem.
J. Ridley, London. 1768 
J. Ridley, London. 1768. First edition. Full tan calf, gilt type to contrasting red title-piece and raised bands with gilt decorations to compartments to spine. Marbled end-papers. xxxii + 288 pages. Boards somewhat rubbed and scratched especially to corners; upper hinge cracked but holding securely; vertical crack to spine, however an attractive and internally very clean copy of this significant first edition. Small ownership inscriptions to free endpaper and top corner of title-page. 72906 
Price: 125.00 GBP
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4 ARISTOTLE. Art of Poetry. A Greek View of Poetry and Drama. With an Introduction and Explanations by W. Hamilton Fyfe.
Oxford University Press, London. 1967 
Reprint. DW. xxxii + 82 pages. DW price-clipped. Edges of boards sl. rubbed and soiled. VG/VG 70311 
Price: 12.50 GBP
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5 ARNOLD, Thomas. History of Rome. Volume I: Early History to the Burning of Rome by the Gauls. Volume II: From the Gaulish Invasion to the First Punic War. Volume III: From the End of the First to the End of the Second Punic War.
London. 1838-50. 
3 vols. Green cloth, gilt to spines, blind decorative frames to bds. From Urmston Grammar School library; faint numbers to spines, labels neatly removed from eps., small stamp to tps. Vol. I thoroughly sunned brown. Extremities knocked and bumped. Internally a very clean set. VG- 32215 
Price: 120.00 GBP
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6 BLACK, Robert. Death No Bane: A New Translation. With Copious Illustrative Notes, Of Cicero's First Tusculan Disputation. By.... Late of Pembroke College, Cambridge.
Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivingted, London. 1889 
First Edition. Original cream textured boards with cream and red label to spine. Extremities slightly bumped, spine sunned with slight soiling to boards. Bookplate to front pastedown, end papers foxed with a newspaper article tipped onto front end papers o/w this is a lovely copy of very scarce volume. 40394 
Price: 100.00 GBP
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7 BROWNE, Thomas. A Classical Dictionary for the Use of Schools. Illustrative and Explanatory of the Mythology, History, Geography, Manners, Customs, &c. occurring in the Greek and Roman Authors. The Seventh Edition, with numerous improvements.
Longman, London. 1834 
Pocket edition. Blue cloth, gilt type to spine. 472pp. Text in two columns. Spine sunned and rubbed with wear to ends. Half-centimetre square section has been carefully cut from middle of lower portion of title-page which also has some rub marks. VG- 62244 
Price: 25.00 GBP
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8 CHAMPLIN, Edward. Nero.
Harvard University Press, Cambridge Massachusetts. 2003. Paperback. 346 pages. 5 b/w ills. and 5 maps. Very clean and sound. 78139 
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9 CICERO Cicero in Twenty-Eight Volumes. Vol. IV. De Oratore Book III. De Fato. Paradoxa Stoicorum. De Partitione Oratoria. With an English Translation by H. Rackham.
Reprint. Loeb Classical Library. Heinemann, London/Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA. 1968. DW. 438 pages + Loeb list. Latin text with facing-page English translation. Indeces. V. clean and sound with only very slight wear to wrapper. 81426 
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10 CICERO (with an English Translation by R. Gardner MC, MA). Cicero in Twenty-Eight Volumes. Volume XIII. Pro Caelio; De Provinciis Consularibus; Pro Balbo.
William Heinemann, London. (The Loeb Classical Library). 1970. Reprint. Hardback, no DW. Red boards, gilt to spine and monogram to upper board. xxiv. 383pp and 8pp of publisher's adverts. Some annotation, but a very acceptable working copy. 81339 
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11 CICERO. Selected Letters with Historical Introductions Notes and Appendices. A New Edition based upon that of Watson revised and annotated by W. W. How. Together with a Critical Introduction by A. C. Clark. Vol. I. Text.
Clarendon Press, Oxford. 1929 
Reprint. DW. Some occ. foxing o/w VG+ in browned wrapper. 39098 
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12 CICERO. The Verrine Orations II. Loeb Classical Library. Translated by H. G. Greenwood.
William Heinemann, London. 1953 
Reprint. DW. Wrapper quite worn with portions missing. Internally a very clean copy. 39218 
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13 CICERO. (with an English Translation by L.H.G. Greenwood MA). The Verrine Orations in Two Volumes. Volume II. Against Verres: Part Two Books III, IV and V.
William Heinemann, London. (The Loeb Classical Library). 1967. Reprint. Hardback, no DW. Red boards, gilt to spine, with monogram to upper board. 694pp and 8pp of publisher's adverts. Boards slightly bumped and spine sunned. Internally a clean copy. 81340 
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14 CICERO. (with English translations by E.W. Sutton BCL, MA and H. Rackham MA). Cicero in Twenty-Eight Volumes. Volume III. De Oratore in Two Volumes : I - Books I-II.
William Heinemann, London. (The Loeb Classical Library). 1967. Reprint. Hardback with DW. xxviii, 480pp and 8pp of publisher's adverts. A very clean and bright copy in a wrapper with sunned spine. 81342 
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15 CICERO. (with English Translations by G.L. Hendrickson and H.M. Hubbell). Brutus; Orator.
William Heinemann, London. (The Loeb Classical Library). 1962. Revised edition. Hardback with DW. 538pp and 8pp of publisher's adverts. A very clean copy in a price-clipped wrapper, to which a publisher's price label has been attached. 81341 
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16 DILL, Samuel. Roman Society in the Last Century of the Western Empire. Second Edition Revised. BOUND IN FULL BURGUNDY CALF.
Macmillan and Co. London. 1910. Second revised edition. Large 8vo. xxviii, 459 pages. Bound in full burgundy calf, gilt by A. H.Crompton with his signature to the rear endpaper. Gilt crest to upper board but no prize plates within. Spine and top 2cm of front cover slightly faded. Light indentation and rubbing to upper board. Marbled edges and endpapers. First gathering is slightly proud though binding is firm and sound. 77438 
Price: 50.00 GBP
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17 DOBSON, Mrs. The Life of Petrarch. Collected from Memoires pour la Vie de Petrarch. In Two Volumes. Seventh Edition. BOUND IN FULL POLISHED CALF.
Vernor, Hood & Sharp et al. London. 1807 
Seventh edition. Small 8vo. In two volumes. xvi, 302, [10]pp. index; 291pp. + [10]pp. index. Index to vol. I bound in vol. II and vice versa. 4 copperplates to each volume, 8 in total. Bound in full aquamarine gilt, delightful decorative borders to boards, spines sunned to a greenish tan but also delicately decorated in gilt in a French style. Spines sl. rubbed at extremities. Marbled edges and endpapers. Inner hinge of vol. I cracked o/w a clean and sound set. 62021 
Price: 85.00 GBP
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18 EDMONDS, J.M. The Characters of Theophrastus. Newly Edited and Translated by...
William Hei bnnemann, London. 1946. New edition. Hardback, no DW. Green cloth, gilt. vii, 365pp. A very good, clean copy. 78727 
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19 HAMEL, Debra. Trying Neaira. The True Story of a Courtesan's Scandalous Life in Ancient Greece.
Yale University Press, New Haven. 2003 
First edition. DW. 200pp. Maps, b/w ills., index. Nr. Fine 51083 
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20 HARINGTON, Sir John. The School of Salernum.
Augustus M. Kelley, New York. 1970 
Reprint. Blue boards. 216pp. Lettering to spine dulled o/w an unread copy. Near Fine. 65294 
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