Plutarch’s Romane Questions. Translated A.D. 1603 by Philemon Holland… Now Again Edited by Frank Byron Jeavons, M.A., Classical Tutor to the University of Durham With Dissertations on Italian Cults, Myths, Taboos, Man-Worship, Aryan Marriage, Sympathetic Magic and the Eating of Beans.

  • Plutarch
  • London: Published by David Nutt 1892

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ONE OF 550 COPIES, 8vo, pp. cxxviii, 170, 3, [1]. Original white card wrappers backed in cream paper, edges untrimmed, cream dustjacket printed in black. A little light spotting. Wrappers lightly spotted, soiling and toning to dustjacket particularly to spine, spine ends bumped. Bookplate of Edmund Bulkley to flyleaf.

Notes

Volume seven in the Bibliotheque de Carabas series, reprinting classical and folkloric texts, under the general editorship of Andrew Lang.

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