Classical studies (Greece & Rome)
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Girard: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1931. Complete set of five booklets, averaging 60 p. apiece with publisher's ads, 8.5 x 5.25 inch staplebound grey wraps lightly worn. I: The childhood of the human race; the story of the early fighters, priests and prophets. II: The parade of the sword and the cross;.....
Paris? unpublished, undated; wartime France our speculation. Three related items: play, musical notation, and costume watercolors. Play runs perhaps sixty leaves typed recto-only on 12x9 inch mimeo'd flimsies (which are hard to count), bound with brass brads // the hand-indited sheet music runs 10+7p. on 12x9 near-cardstock // the costume.....
Madrid: Imprenta de Fortanet, 1881. Hardcover. xiii, 281p., text in Spanish, nineteenth century Spanish translation of all four books of the poem in one volume; very worn, insect-nibbled tan cloth (now toned) over severely edgeworn boards, spine titling in gilt is quite dim. As is. Virgil's "Georgics" in Spanish.
Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill, 1959. 39p., 5.25x7.5 inch stapled yellow-green pictorial wraps, these bear light irregular toning, but an unmolested copy: sound, clean and unmarked. Pendle Hill Pamphlet #91. Written by Weil during the Fall of France in 1940. As for the translation, "The quotations from Homer were first translated.....
Boston: Richard G. Badger, 1913. 274p., original blue cloth binding with only a trace of edge wear, first edition. Five essays: The anarchist ideal, Plutarch and his age, The Movement towards 'physiological' psychology, Heredity and education: some facts and some guesses, The university in the United States.
Lancaster, PA: the Celator, 2000. Twelve issues of the magazine devoted to classical numismatics. Standard length 60 pages; good to very good in staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches; no. 4 has wear at top of spine. Illustrated articles include topics in Roman and Greek coinage, Byzantium, Biblical coins, historical events illustrated.....
Lancaster, PA: the Celator, 2003. Twelve issues of the magazine devoted to classical numismatics. Standard length 60 pages; very good in staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches. Illustrated articles include topics in Roman and Greek coinage, Byzantium, Biblical coins, historical events illustrated through numismatics, counterfeits, and more.
London: the journal, 1931/2. Offprints, tobacco-brown 10x6 inch wraps, splendid copies in the original format with plenty of folded plates (plat maps) in undisturbed condition. Wrappers are a bit browned, paperstock very lightly so (except that banner title leaf and foredge of one of them has a small amount of.....
Firenze: G. Barbera, Editore, 1926. Hardcover. 310p., scattered b&w photoreproductions on coated inserted stock, later edition as noted in subtitle, this issued by publisher Barbera as a paperbound and given a custom hardcover casing by an early owner. Text entirely in Italian. Quite sound. The main textblock paper is very.....