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Lyon: Jean Frellon, 1561. Printer's device of crab and butterfly, with word "Matura" beneath, on title; some woodcut headpieces and initials. 854, [66 index] pages with text in Latin, in very small font. Thick 12mo, old pink mottled boards (well worn at fore-edge; internally clean but for contemporary inked names on title). Lugduni: Apud Ioannem Frellonium/Symphorianus Barbierus, 1561. A very good copy of an uncommon edition; OCLC lists 12 copies, including those at Columbia, Yale, Oxford & The British Library.....
New York: Harper, 1882. Frontispiece. Profusely illustrated in black and white. 490 pages, 8vo, grey cloth with decorative gilt stamping (spine toned, light bumping to corners and chipping to head and foot of spine, however, binding firm and tight). New York: Harper, 1882. Seventh edition, same year as the first. A very good(-) copy. This book attempts to demonstrate the possibility of the existence of Atlantis.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1923. 56 full page black & white plates. 67pp., 4to, 3/4 cloth over yellow boards; front cover lightly bowed, lower margin of front and rear cover damp-stained (text clean and unaffected), ex-lib. New Haven: For Goucher College by Yale University Press, 1923. A very good copy.
Brussels: Jean Leonard, 1738. VOLUME I ONLY. More than 100 engraved illustrations. xxiv + 523 pages plus table of contents, thick 12mo, mottled calf, rubricated title and edges; leather worn, with some loss at spine ends. Brussels: Jean Leonard, 1738. A very good copy. Ownership signature of Art Historian Meyer Schaprio. Sous le titre de Antiquitez judaiques, traduite sur l'original grec revu sur divers manuscrits, par Monsieur Arnauld D'Andilly. Nouvelle edition, enrichie d'un grand nombre de figure en taille-douce, inventées.....
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1944. Black & white map. xv + 128pp. Wide 8vo, printed wrappers. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1944). Slightly edge worn, but still a very good(+) copy. The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization, No. 22.