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Lvcanvs
Bib ID 535983
Format BookBook
Author
Lucan, 39-65
 
Uniform Title Pharsalia. Latin. 1543, with late 13th and late 14th century pastedowns
Description Parsiis : Apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1543 
151, [1] leaves ; 12 cm. (16mo) 
Notes

Caption title on leaf 1: M. Annei Lvcani civilis belli.

Initial ; t.p. ornate boarder.

Signatures: a-tp8s. Blank tp8s

M. Annei Lvcani vita ex clarissimis avctoribvs: l. 148-151.

With two English manuscripts (late 13th and late 14th century) on parchment used as pastedowns on inside front and back covers.

From the collection of J.F. and L.F. Fitzhardinge, with a presentation book-plate, and donated by L.F. Fitzhardinge's sons.

Cited In

Adams, 1574.

Subjects Epic poetry, Latin -- History and criticism.  |  Pharsalus, Battle of, 48 B.C.  |  Rome -- History -- Civil War, 49-45 B.C. -- Poetry.  |  Rome -- History -- Civil War, 49 B.C.-45 B.C.
Other authors/contributors Colinaeum, Simon
Also Titled

De bello civili

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