1823 C. Corn. Taciti Opera. Recognovit, Emendavit, Supplementis Explevit, Notis Dissertationibus, Illustravit
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Leather Binding, Uncommon
Two of three volumes by Gabriel Brotier on the Roman historian and politician Publius Cornelius Tacitus. Published in Latin. It was Brotier's work that helped establish Tacitus' reputation as one of the greatest Roman historians, and in this volume that is accompanied by notes, supplements and dissertations, Brotier sews together the fragments handed down to us from antiquity.
Rebacked in a brown leather binding. Externally, generally smart. Lightly rubbed to the boards, with some light bumping to the extremities. One of the extremities to the front board of volume II is lacking a little calf. Internally, generally firmly bound, with restored endpapers. The gutter is visible between pages 4 and 5 of volume II. Pages are lightly foxed throughout.
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