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Rome: Carlo Barbiellini, 1771. With 18 copper engravings including a frontispiece and 3 folding plates and many text illustrations throughout. Rubricated title page. Over 500 pages, printed in double columns with wide margins, small water stain at the back. Thick 4to, full vellum, lightly soiled. Rome: Carlo Barbiellini, 1771. Third Edition. An amazingly clean tight copy.
Rome: Gherardo Casini, 1956. Profusely illustrated with b/w photographs, shot between 1845 and 1900, and arranged in chronological order. 253pp with limited text in Italian. Slim folio, green cloth, edgeworn d.w., board slipcase. Roma: Gherardo Casini, (1956). First edition. A fine copy in a good dust wrapper.
Amsterdam: Joannes Wolters, 1700. Text in Latin. Beautiful engraved frontispiece of a statue of Petronius overlooking a Roman street scene. 396 pages, narrow 24mo, cont. calf, red leather spine label and raised bands; (hinges repaired, 6 pages missing, previous owner's bookplate). Amsterdam: Joannes Wolters, 1700.
Frankloin Center: Franklin Library, 1979. 4 volumes. Decorative illustrations by Elaine Raphael and Don Bolognese. Tall 8vo, full, ornately gilt covers and spines, grey spine labels, all edges gilt. Franklin Center: Franklin Library, 1979. Gilt at top edge is very slightly mottled, else a fine copy.
Carbondale: Southern Illinois University, 1963. Two volumes. Translated by Thomas North. Selected, edited, and introduced by Paul Turner. xvii + 338 pages and 231 pages, 4to, blue cloth, d.w.; two chips to top edge of dust wrapper on volume II. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, (1963). A near fine set in very good(+) dust wrappers. One of 1500 copies by the Centaur Press.
Leiden: Leiden, 1690. Beautiful engraved frontispiece plus engaved vignette on title page.  + 832pp. plus index , thick 8vo, full re-backed vellum with leather spine label; minor scuffing to spine, small bookplate inside front cover. Lugduni Batavorum, 1690. Clean, tight, and bright, a near fine copy. Text in parallel columns of Latin and Greek. Polyaenus was a 2nd century Macedonian who wrote on military strategems of ancient generals.