A HISTORY OF ANCIENT GEOGRAPHY AMONG THE GREEKS AND ROMANS FROM THE EARLIEST AGES TILL THE FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE.
Bunbury, E. H.
History of the understanding of geography from Homeric Greece to Imperial Rome. Includes fold-out maps. Ex library copy with markings. Wear to cloth. Bookplates on front pastedown of both volumes. Pencilled notations on free endpaper. Foldout map at end of first volume frayed at edge.
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CYRUPAEDIA: THE INSTITUTION AND LIFE OF CYRUS, THE FIRST ...
Limited to 150 numbered copies. This is one of the 135 bound thus by the Gregynog Bindery and signed at the bottom of the back cover on the turn-in. (Harrop 34). Printed under the direction of Loyd Haberly who provided floriated wood engraved initials. Well preserved copy inserted in clamshell box with matching green quarter leather.