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Dio Chrysostom: (Dindorf, L., ed.:) Orationes. Lipsiae [Leipzig]: Teubner, 1857. 2 vols. 8vo., pp. xlix, 435, [i]; [ii], 392. Text in Greek. Occasional annotations, some foxing towards the front of each volume. Slightly later black cloth, gilt titles to spines. Light shelf-wear, a little dusty, good sound copies. Bookplate in memory of S.T. Irwin (1876-1911) of Clifton College to front paste-down of each volume, and his ownership inscription to each ffep. Also to each pate-down, the inscription of C.D.N. Costa dated 1966.   Ref: 51239 
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Diogenes Laertius: (Cobet, C. G.; Westermann, A.; Boissonade, Jean François, ed.:) De Clarorum Philosophorum Vitis, Dogmatibus et Apophthegmatibus Libri Decem. Ex italicus codicibus nunc primum excussis recensuit C. Gabr. Cobet, accedunt Olympiodori, Ammonii, Iamblichi, Porphyrii et aliorum vitae Platonis, Aristotelis, Pythagorae, Plotini et Isidori Ant. Westermanno et Marini vita Procli J. F. Boissonadio e Parisiis [Paris]: Editore Ambrosio Firmin-Didot, 1878. Large 8vo. (260 x 170 mm), pp. [x], 319, [i], 182. Greek and Latin parallel texts. Some neat annotations, plus notes to rear endpapers. Red cloth, gilt title to spine, edges sprinkled red. Upper joint split but cords just holding, a bit rubbed, corners bumped but still a good, useful copy overall. Ownership inscriptions of C.D.N. Costa (dated 7.v.'65) to front paste-down, together with a tiny Blackwell's label and pencilled price of £3/3/-. To ffep, inscription of H.J. Rose (dated 2.III.'18) to ffep. This is likely to be Herbert Jennings Rose (1883-1961), now most remembered for his Handbook of Greek Mythology, originally published in 1928. Roses' Handbook formed the basis of The Routledge Handbook of Greek Mythology (Routledge 2004), and is still used today. In Firmin-Didot's Scriptorum Graecorum Bibliotheca series.   Ref: 52080 
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Diogenes Laertius: (Hubner, H.G., ed.:) De Vitis, Dogmatis et Apophthegmatis Clarorum Philosophorum Libri Decem. Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 1981. Facsimile reprint of 1828 edition. 4 vols. 8vo., pp. xxii, 379, [ii] + illustrations; vi, 814; x, vi, 7- 670; [iii], 724. Green cloth with red label to spine, gilt. Little shelf wear and minor marks. Spine in vol. II rubbed a little. Edges a little foxed, internally clean. Overall, very good.   Ref: 46989 
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Dionysius of Halicarnassus: (Roberts, W. Rhys, ed.:) The Three Literary Letters (Ep. ad Ammaeum I, Ep. ad Pompeium, Ep. ad Ammaeum II). The Greek Text Edited with English Translation, Fascimile, Notes, Glossary of Rhetorical and Grammatical Terms, Bibliography, and Introductory Essay on Dionysius as a Literary Critic. Cambridge University Press, 1901. First edition. 8vo., pp. xiv, 232 + frontispiece. Quarter red cloth backed burgundy boards, gilt, corners slightly bumped, a little foxing mainly to preliminaries, slightly slackened at gutters to top pp. xiv/1 & and bottom pp. 96/7, but still good. Edges uncut. 'Presentation Copy' perforated stamp to title page. Slight remaining hint of circular stamp to front paste-down. Ownership inscriptions of 'C.D.N. Costa, 20.iii 69' to front paste-down and 'Granville Conway, Cantarbrigiae, mensa Iulia.mcmxxxv' to ffep.   Ref: 50901 
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Downie, Janet: At the Limits of Art. A Literary Study of Aelius Aristides' Hieroi Logoi. Oxford University Press, 2013. 8vo., pp. x, 223, [i]. Black paper-covered boards, silver title to spine, top edge very slightly dusty, near fine. Dust-jacket with a little light shelf wear, but near fine.   Ref: 52137 
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Drever, Matthew: Image, Identity, and the Forming of the Augustinian Soul. Oxford University Press, 2013. 8vo., pp.viii, [ii], 275, [i]. White paper-covered boards, silver title to spine, almost fine. An Academy Series book, published jointly by the American Academy of Religion and Oxford University Press.   Ref: 51602 
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Drexel, Jeremias: Recta intentio omnium humanarum actionum amussis. [bound with:] Gymnasium Patientiae. Col. Agrippinae [Cologne]: Apud Corn. ab Egmund, 1634. 16mo., pp. [xiv] 416 [ii]; [xiv] 387 [iii] + engraved title pages in each book. Two further full-page engravings in the text of each book. The edge of first three leaves a bit creased. Contemporary vellum boards, long sides overlapping, spine lettered in ink, ties removed, somewhat soiled, pastedowns torn. Ownership inscription of Jacobus van Aker D'heysbroeck to f.f.e.p. recto and A. Domis (1802) to verso. Two works by the Jesuit writer Jeremias Drexel (or Drexelius, 1581-1638). The first has been called a prelude to his most famous work, the 'Heliotropum', while the second, the 'Gymnasium of Patience', comprises arguments for Christian acceptance of suffering. The imprint is usually considered to be false, with the books printed by Blaeu in Amsterdam. VD17 32:709942B; VD17 1:075296S.   Ref: 29953 
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Duncan-Jones, Richard: Structure and Scale in the Roman Economy. Cambridge University Press, 1990. First edition. 8vo., pp. xvi, 245. dark red cloth, gilt lettering to spine, almost fine. Dust-jacket, spine lightly sunned with a little toning to back cover, shelf wear, very good.   Ref: 52133 
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Dusinberre, Elspeth R.M.: Aspects of Empire in Achaemenis Sardis. Cambridge University Press, 2003. 4to., pp. xv, 325, b/w illustrations to text. Blue cloth, gilt title to spine. Small remainder mark to top edge, near fine. Dust-jacket with very slight shelf wear, near fine.   Ref: 52142 
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Easterling, P.E.; Knox, B.M. (Eds.): The Cambridge History of Classical Literature. I: Greek Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003. First edition, eight impression. 8vo., pp. xvi, 936. Red cloth, gilt title on black label to spine, ffep removed, a few small marks to boards, edges dusted, otherwise still very good. No dust-jacket.   Ref: 51895 
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