1714 Traduction des Satyres de Perse et de Juvenal
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In Latin and French, with the French translation to the facing page of Latin. A new edition of this work. A translation of the satires of Juvenal and Persius, translated into French. Illustrated with a frontispiece, with a printer's device to the title page. Translated by Reverend Pere Tarteron. Juvenal was a Roman poet, who was active during the late first and early second century A.D., and is best known for his collection of satirical poems, 'Satires'. Persius was a Roman poet and satirist, of a Etruscan origin. His satires show a stoic wisdom, and his work was very popular during the Middle Ages. Bookplate to the verso to the front endpaper.
In a full calf binding. Externally, generally smart. Light marks to the boards. Lacking the spine label. Minor rubbing to the spine. A little bumping to the extremities. Loss to the head of the spine. Bookplate to the verso to the front endpaper. Prior owner's ink inscription to the verso to the front endpaper. Pages are very lightly age-toned and clean with only the odd light spot. Prior owner's ink inscription to the title page.
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