London: Payne & Edwards, 1792. 2 volumes. Engraved frontispiece portrait. xlix, 646; , 532, 196pp. Very thick 4to, handsomely bound in full straight-grained red morocco; ornate gilt and blind-stamped covers and spine, a.e.g. (leather is lightly rubbed; front hinge repaired in first volume; first few pages a bit yellowed, otherwise very clean). London: T. Payne and J. Edwards, 1792. Very good (+). A handsome, large paper edition.
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Amsterdam: Sumptibus Societatis, 1695. Interpretatione, notis & indice illustravit Ludovicus Desprez. Engraved half title, title page vignette, 914pp. + 13pp. index. Thick 8vo, full vellum; (dust-soiled, some pages lightly foxed, a few pages expertly repaired). Amsterdam: Sumptibus Societatis, 1695. Very good. Brunet, p. 318. Not in Moss.
Malibu: J. Paul Getty Museum, 1989. Illustrated throughout in b/w. 186pp. Thin 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers. Malibu: J. Paul Getty Museum, 1989. Slightly sunned wrappers, otherwise a near fine copy. Occasional Papers on Antiquities, 5. With essays by William R. Biers, H. A. Shapiro, Mary B. Moore, B. B. Shefton, Beth Cohen, Carina Weib, Susan B. Matheson, D.C. Kurtz, Herbert Hoffmann, S. Schwarz, and Jacques Heurgon.
Malibu: J. Paul Getty Museum, 1991. Illustrated throughout in b/w. 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers. Malibu: J. Paul Getty Museum, 1991. A fine copy. Occasional Papers on Antiquity, 7. Includes essays by Conrad M. Stibbe, Janet Burnett Grossman, William A. P. Childs, Dyfri Williams, Diana Buitron-Oliver, Martin Robertson, Gene Waddell, Lucilla Burn, and Anneliese Kossatz-Deibmann.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1943. Three volumes. Translated by Gilbert Highet. 8vo, green cloth; covers dust soiled, spines darkened, heavy pen underlining in the first 86 pages of volume I. New York: Oxford University Press, 1943-1945. Internally clean and bright, a very good set. Volume I is a 1945 second edition, Volumes II & III are 1943, 1944. Volume I: Archaic Greece, The Mind of Athens. Volume II: In Search of the Divine Centre. Volume III: The Conflict of.....
Padua: Io. Manfre, 1705. Handsomely engraved emblematic title-page. 12mo, contemporary vellum with manuscript title on spine. A reprint of Thomas Farnaby's edition of Juvenal, first published in 1612. Continuous pagination throughout, but the Persius section has a separate letterpress title, also dated 1705. Padua: Typis Seminarii apud Io. Manfre, 1705. A near fine copy. Several pages with neat contemporary marginalia, otherwise pages quite clean.
London: Tonson, 1693. Contemporary full mottled calf, folio, spine and corners rubbed, 13 1/2 x 9 inches. [iv], xxxix, [iii], 315, ; [iv], 87,  p. Dryden's long and important essay on satire is in the form of a dedication to the Earl of Dorset. Dryden himself translated Satires I, III, VI, X, and XVI of Juvenal; the others were by William Congreve, Nahum Tate, George Stepney, Stephen Hervey, William Bowles, Thomas Power, Thomas Creech, and John Dryden, Jr. The.....
New York: Columbia University Press, 1960. Frontispiece and one other plate. xviii, 250pp. Short 4to, blue cloth (several small spots on front cover of cloth; dust wrapper is chipped at edges; small ink inscription on front endpaper, otherwise fine). New York: Columbia University, 1960. First edition. A very good copy.