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Philadelphia: Hickman & Hazzard, 1822. In two parts. To which are prefixed two essays, concerning the Roman Learning and the Roman Education. Embellished with fifteen engravings. 8vo, contemporary mottled calf; joints weak, spine darkened & somewhat cracked. Phila.: Hickman & Hazzard, 1822. First American Edition. Kennett's most important work, originally published in 1696. and considered one of the enlightened analyses of ancient Rome, particularly in respect to education. Fine engravings by R. Campbell.
Ann Arbor: Journal of Roman Archaeology, 1994. Extensively illustrated, some in color. 128pp., tall, thin 8vo, red-lettered cloth. Ann Arbor: Journal of Roman Archaeology, 1994. A near fine copy. Presentation copy signed by the lead author on front free endpaper. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series Number Thirteen.
Kent Archaeological Society, 1979. Many black-and-white drawings, photographs, maps, several folding. 219 pages, 4to, blue cloth, d.w. The Kent Archaeological Society, 1979. A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Author's copy, signed on the title page. Monograph Series of the Kent Archaeological Society.
Paris: 1796. Illustrated with 48 exquisite copperplate views after Gravelot, Eisen, St. Aubin, et al., some double-page. Folio, old calf covers, re-cased with modern leather spine; rubbed. Paris, 1796. Overall a very good copy with some scattered foxing and staining. First Edition of this illustrated history of the expansion of the Roman Empire through the reign of Constantine. Brunet III, 1725. Ex- libris Marshall Field.