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Rodley, Lyn: Cave Monasteries of Byzantine Cappadocia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. First edition. 4to., pp. xviiii, 266. Black cloth, gilt title to spine, bumping to corners, edges dusted, very good. Dust-jacket, spine sunned, shelf wear, very good.   Ref: 51938 
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Sabatier, Paul: Vie de S. François d'Assise. Paris: Librairie Fischbacher, n.d. (c.1900). Vingt-cinquième édition. 8vo., pp. [vi], cxxvi, 418, [ii]. Publisher's list to half title verso. Pages discoloured, particularly at edges. Half bound in vellum and paper with black morocco label to spine, gilt. Spine discoloured, head and tail caps creased with small red ink mark to tail cap, lower board and edges worn. Binding sound, very good. Several pieces of religious ephemera loosely inserted.   Ref: 41510 
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Schilbach, Erich: Byzantinische Metrologische Quellen. [University of Thessalonica], 1982. First edition. 8vo., pp. xxvi, 204. Greek and German text. Cloth, gilt-lettered and decorated, spine slightly cocked and lightly faded, corners a bit bumped, edges lightly dusted, still very good. [Byzantine Texts and Studies 19]   Ref: 49245 
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Secundus, Johannes: (Scriverius, P., ed.:) Opera. Accurate recognita ex museo. Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: Apud Franciscum Hegerum, 1631. 12mo., pp. [xxviii], 384, [ii], incl. engraved title and one other full-page engraving. Very occasional light spotting but clean overall. Contemporary vellum, title inked to spine, edges turned in. A little grubby, spine darkened and very slightly twisted but completely sound. A very good copy. Initials R.G. in an old hand to ffep. Armorial bookplate of James Walker of Sand Hutton, with the motto 'Honesta Quam Magna', to front paste-down. The Walker baronetcy was created for James Walker (18031883) in 1868. The Dutch neo-Latin poet Johannes Secundus is best known for his 'Basia', poems about kissing.   Ref: 51824 
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Sedlar, Jean W.: East Central Europe in the Middle Ages, 1000-1500. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1994. First edition. Blue cloth, red title to spine, some rubbing to corners and endcaps, edges dusted, very good. Dust-jacket, four small closed tears to both covers by spine, a little sticker residue to back cover, shelf wear, still very good. A History of Central Europe, vol. III.   Ref: 51936 
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Soloviev, Alexandre: Byzance et la Formation de l'Etat Russe. Variorum Reprints, London, 1979. 8vo., pp. 334. Blue cloth gilt to spine and front board, library stamps to front free endpaper. Cocked, but otherwise very good.   Ref: 25723 
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Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn: Historical Memorials of Canterbury. The Landing of Augustine; The Murder of Becket; Edward the Black Prince; Becket's Shrine. Philadelphia: George W. Jacobs & Co., 1899. 2nd US edition, from the 11th UK edition. 8vo., pp.xviii, 19-362 + plates. Further illustrations in the text. Red cloth, heavily gilt stamped, top edge gilt, other edges uncut and some unopened. Spine a little toned with endcaps a bit creased, upper hinge weakening slightly but holding firm, very good. Pencil inscription of Gilpin Ervin to ffep. Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (18151881) was Dean of Westminster from 1864 to 1881.   Ref: 51865 
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Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn: Historical Memorials of Westminster Abbey. Philadelphia: George W. Jacobs & Co., 1899. US edition, based on the 6th UK edition. 2 vols., 8vo., pp. xlii, [ii], 335, [i]; x, [ii], 422 + plates. Further illustrations in the text. Red cloth, heavily gilt stamped, top edge gilt, other edges uncut and some unopened. Spine a little toned with endcaps a bit creased, slight split in endpaper at upper hinge but binding sound, very good. Pencilled inscription of Spencer Ervin Jr. to ffep. Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (18151881) was Dean of Westminster from 1864 to 1881.   Ref: 51866 
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Stevenson, Francis Seymour: Robert Grosseteste, Bishop of Lincoln. A Contribution to the Religious, Political and Intellectual History of the Thirteenth Century. London: Macmillan and Co., 1899. 8vo., pp. xvi, 348. Black cloth, gilt; generally dusty, boards worn and spine slightly faded. Binding firm, internally clean. Ownership inscription to f.f.e.p.   Ref: 42199 
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(Stevenson, Joseph ed.:) Chronicon Monasterii de Abingdon. I, From the Foundation of the Monastery Until the Norman Conquest; From the Norman Conquest Until the Accession of Richard the First. London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, and Roberts, 1858. 2 vols., pp. 4, xxxii, [ii], 494; 4, cxi, [i], 615, [i], 3, [i] + folding frontispiece to each volume. Three-page publisher's catalogue dated November 1858. Generally unopened at head edge, several fore-edges also unopened, series title-pages a little foxed. Black paper-covered boards backed in textured burgundy cloth, gilt title to spines. Headcaps worn, top edges dusty, a little shelf wear, endpapers heavily toned but still very good overall. To front paste-down both vols., 'Ex Libris Monasterii St. Augustini, Ramsgate' bookplate and library card holder. Rerum Britannicarum Medii Aevi Scriptores, or Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain and Ireland During the Middle Ages series.   Ref: 52169 
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