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Plauti, M.A. (Plautus)

England: Cantabrigiae, 1836. 220 pages, index; Latin text throughout, occasional Greek reference, with glossarial notes with some English; Plautus, Titus Maccius (wrongly M. Accius) c. 250-184 B.C., the chief comic poet of Rome...the charm of Plautus, lying in his genuine humour and powerful grasp of character, goes deep down to the roots of human nature..." (Chambers); bound in full polished light brown leather, gilt spine titles, with a crossed arrows tool in the other compartments, simply gilt ruledborder on covers, gilt edge-tooled; marbled endpapers, all edges marbled to match, original ribbon marker; with the previous ownership inscription of "Sperling, 1843. Harrow. C.W." on front (blank) endpaper; top of spine a bit worn, otherwise in very good condition and a nice contemporary binding. Very Good H (Item ID: 9900)


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