1753 C. Julii Caesaris Quae Extant, Accuratissime Cum Libris Editis et MSS Optimis Collata, Recognita & Correcta
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In the original Latin.
English philosopher and Anglican cleric Samuel Clarke first published his annotated edition of Caesar's Commentaries in 1712, with numerous further editions quickly produced.
Julius Caesar's accounts of his campaign in Gaul and Britain between 58 and 50 BC, and his description of his participation in the 49-48 BC Roman Civil War are accompanied by Clarke's observations.
Illustrated with a frontispiece, one folding plate, and three folding maps. Collated, complete.
ESTC Citation No. T136434
With further supplementary commentaries attributed to Aulus Hirtius and others.
In a full calf binding. Significant rubbing to joints, board perimeters and back strip. Lacking spine label. Joints starting, with boards holding firm. Internally, firmly bound. Pages age toned due to paper type, with spotting throughout. One folding map partially hand coloured by a prior owner. Pencil marginal notations throughout.
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