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Herodotus: (Long, G. ed.,:) [Greek letters] Historion. London: Dulau and Co., 1851. 2 vols., 8vo., pp.xli, [i], 342; xvi, 318 (interleaved throughout with plain notepaper, largely unused). Very few small, neat annotations. Occasional light spots of foxing. Later half polished sheep, ornate gilt spines with brown morocco title labels (volume II lacking, but with the blinded-in lettering still visible), grey cloth boards, edges sprinkled red, pink endpapers. Spines very rubbed with a little peeling near the joints, some light smudgy marks and scuffs to boards. A somewhat worn set, but still sound and attractive. Small bookplate of G. Norsworthy, Joyce Grove, Nettlebed, Oxon. and inscription of Geoffrey Alan Paul to ffep. G. Norsworthy's inkstamp also to preliminary blank. A reprint of Schweighaeuser's text, prefixed with a collation of Schweighaeuser and Gainsford's editions and some remarks of the editor upon them.   Ref: 51833 
£55
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Herodotus: (Woods, Henry George, notes & intro.:) Book I (with) Book II. London: Rivingtons, 1873 (but new binding). 2 vols. in 1. 8vo., pp. lxxi (inc. series title), [i], 190, [ii] & publ. adv.s.; 179, [i] & publ. adv.s. Cloth, gilt-lettered, a few small marks to boards, corners lightly bumped, edges dusted and uneven, still very good. Ownership inscription to second series title, some annotations throughout not covering text, small oage of notes and a business card loosely inserted. In the series 'Catena Classicorum'.   Ref: 48777 
£20
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[Herodotus] Schweighaeuser, John: Lexicon Herodoteum. Londini [London]: [...] Sumtu Ricardi Priestley. 1830. Second edition. 8to., pp. 404, lviii, including portrait frontispiece. Occasional foxing and smudgy marks, title-page toned, p.vii laid down. Contemporary half tan calf; spine gilt with morocco title label; marbled boards, edges and endpapers. Very good. Ownership inscriptions of C.D.N. Costa/ 23.x.'61 to ffep verso and of J.J. Wilkes to preliminary blank.   Ref: 51116 
£40
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Hesiod: (Heinsius, D., ed.:) Quae Extant. Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: ex officina Joannis Patij, 1613. 8vo., pp. [xl], 312, [iv]. Title page in red and black with woodcut device, Greek and Latin text on facing pages, final leaf blank. Some old annotations, eg. pp.10-11. Contemporary vellum, faint ink title to spine, edges sprinkled red. A little greyed, some marks and creasing, small wormhole to lower joint, pastedowns lifted, endpapers a little creased and foxed. Illegible ownership inscriptions to preliminary blanks and title page. The second Heinsius edition of Hesiod, slightly abridged from the 1603 first - the most notable change being the omission of the scholia to make a more compact volume. Hoffman II, 249.   Ref: 46574 
£450
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Higginbotham, James: Piscinae: Artificial Fishponds in Roman Italy. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1997. First edition. 8vo., pp. xix, [iii], 284. Site plans, maps and photographs to text. Cream cloth, blue-lettered to spine. "Pisciculture held a lasting fascination for the people of ancient Rome."   Ref: 51494 
£45
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Holden, Hubert Ashton (ed.): Onomasticon Aristophaneum. Sive Index Nominum Quae Apud Aristophanem Leguntur. Editio Altera. Cambridge University Press, 1902. 8vo., pp. 779-949 [i]. Brown cloth, endcaps and corners starting to wear, bottom corners bumped, slightly shelf worn, a little light spotting, mainly to prelims. Vey small 'Scott Prize' inscription in pencil to f.f.e.p.   Ref: 50286 
£45
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Homer: Odyssey Madrid: Del Prado, 2004. 2 vols., 64mo. (65 x 50mm), pp.639, [i]; 639, [i]. Publisher's faux-leather bindings, vol.I in red and vol.II in blue. Near fine. Two volumes in Del Prado's 'Miniature Classics Library'.   Ref: 51314 
£15
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Homer: The Iliad [...] Translated into English Prose, as Literally as the Different Idioms of the Greek and English Languages Will Allow; with Explanatory Notes. By a Graduate of the University of Oxford. Oxford: printed for Mundy and Slatter, and G. and W.B. Whittaker, 1821. Vol. II of two only. 8vo., pp. [ii], 411, [i]. Occasional light foxing, some pages a little creased. Recent black library cloth, gilt title to spine, endpapers replaced. Upper corners a little bumped, very good. Inkstamp of T.R. Bayliss, Birmingham to title-page.   Ref: 52021 
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Homer: (Allen, T. W., ed.:) Homeri Ilias. Sandpiper Books Ltd., 2000. Reprint. 3 vols. Cloth, dust-jackets, new in plastic wrapping. Sandpiper reprint of Clarendon Press edition.   Ref: 46262 
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Homer: (Cordery, J.G., trans.:) The Iliad [...] A Translation (with Greek Text). London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Co., 1886. 2 vols., 8vo., pp. x, 482, [ii], 34; [iv], 518. Greek and English texts on facing pages, publisher's catalogue to rear of vol. I.. Some very light foxing towards front and rear of each volume. A few pencil annotations to first page of vol. I. Red cloth, gilt titles to spines and upper boards, top edges gilt, black endpapers. A little grubby, some light staining to spines, vol. I endpaper splitting slightlyat upper hinge. A good, sound set. Ownership inscriptions dated 1946, hard to read but with the second name possibly Scott, to front and rear of each volume. A revised (though according to The Spectator of 6th November 1886, not nearly revised enough) edition of Cordery's 1870 translation, the main difference being the appearance here of the Greek text alongside the English.   Ref: 51999 
£100
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