Reflections on the character of Iapis in Virgil: or, the character of Antonius Musa, physician to Augustus. By F. Atterbury, To which is added, A ... quoting and interpreting a passage in Virgil by Francis Atterbury
Reflections on the character of Iapis in Virgil: or, the character of Antonius Musa, physician to Augustus. By F. Atterbury, To which is added, A ... quoting and interpreting a passage in Virgil
Author: Francis Atterbury
Title: Reflections on the character of Iapis in Virgil: or, the character of Antonius Musa, physician to Augustus. By F. Atterbury, To which is added, A ... quoting and interpreting a passage in Virgil
ISBN10: 1170728448
ISBN13: 978-1170728444
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Publisher: Gale ECCO, Print Editions (October 20, 2010)
Language: English
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Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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British Library

T101105

A reissue of the edition of the same year, with a cancel titlepage and the addition of 'A vindication of the author', a postscript and a new preface. 'A vindication' has separate titlepage and pagination.

London : sold by Tho. Trye, 1740. viii,[2],32,[2],27-60,[6]p. ; 4°