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    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Secker & Warburg, London, 1962. 302p. 2 maps. Original green cloth with dust wrps. For edgeas well as endpages a bit rust stained. ?The middle decades of the twentieth century are leaving a powerful impression upon the methodology of history. The prominent and probably the most lasting features of this impression are the imperative necessity of looking at history from a world viewpoint, the steady abandonment of the nineteenth century?s logically impossible demand that history should be exclusively scientific, and the rise or decline in reputation of many of history?s eminent personalities,... Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Honoré Champion, Paris, 1953. 2nd ed. XVIII,779p. Sewn. Spine with some moist stains. Head and tail spine with small tear near front cover. Pages a bit yellowed due to paper quality. Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1972-87. 4 vols. XXI,336;X,374;XII,391;XIII,517p. Original blue cloth with dust wrps. Dust wrps as well as edges and some endpapers a bit rust stained. Signature J. Mansfeld on free endpaper. Vol.3: Fore edge a bit rust stained, pages yellowed due to paper quality. Series: Oxford Classical Texts. Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Universitetsforlaget, Aarhus, 1972. 2 vols. 510,136p. Sewn. Signature J. Mansfeld on free endpaper. (Rare). 'Larsen argues in his introduction that exegis is the key, not merely to the commentaries, but to the other works as well, with the important consequence that Iamblichus' philosophical doctrines become difficult to determine. (...). In general, Larsen's book gives evidence of great industry and care: future students of Iamblichus, and, in particular, future editors of the fragments, are in his debt.' (G.J.P. O'DALY in The classical Review (New Series), 1976, p.77). Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: MacMillan, London, 1961/58. Reprint 2nd ed.with (further) alterations and additions. 2 vols. LXXXVI,432;XCIV,452p. Cloth. Joints near head and tail spine a tiny bit damaged. Spine a bit discoloured. Signature on half title. Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1954. 2nd ed.(with corrections). LXXXII,660p. Original blue cloth. Spine gilt titled. Upper edge a bit foxed. Spine and part front cover discoloured. 'This 'really great work of scholarship' (see C.R. xlviii. 221 ff.) must be kept available, and every effort to that end is to be welcomed. (...) The text now incorporates not only the former addenda and corrigenda but also many modifications and additions noted by Denniston during his last fifteen years of life. Some corrections and additions have been contributed also by Mr. K.J. Dover, who prepared this second editi... Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Francke-Verlag, Bern, 1963. 4th ed. 608p. Original blue cloth with dust wrps. Dust wrps worn and stained. Upper edge foxed. Fore edge with a few stains. Pages a bit yellowed due to paper quality. Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Heinemann, London / Harvard University Press, Cambridge (Mass.), 1968. XXVI,393;413p. Original red cloth. Spine gilt titled. Signature on free endpaper. Series: Loeb Classical Library, LCL 135/136. Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1961. 1st ed. XXXII,208p. Cloth. Small personal library mark and name on free endpaper. 'Nisbet's choice of the neglected In Pisonem was a happy one. The speech - 'a masterpiece of misrepresentation,' as the editor aptly describes it - is a lively and characteristic example of Cicero's mature oratorical style; it is full of historical interest, and the condition of the text still offers scope to a judicious editor. If Nisbet's treatment of textual matters deserves the highest praise, scarcely less admirable is the lucid conciseness of his explanatory notes, which, e... Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Langenscheidt, Berlin / Schöneberg, n.d.(>1878-1929<). XII,354;VI,360p. Half cloth. Head spine a little bit worn. Gilt titling fading. Signature and date on free endpaper. Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Bennoo Schwabe, Basel, 1948. 414p. Original grey gilt titled cloth. Fore edge as well as endpapges a bit rust stained. 'Wili has the great merit, commoner in German-speaking countries than else-where, of regarding literary history as a real subject. It is refreshing to find words like 'Synkretismus' bandied about; Roman poetry makes no sense unless one is ready to talk about sources, and Horace's antecedents are unusually complex. (...) He points out admirably how the 'Epodes' contaminate elements from the minor Greek genres. (...) Wili is good on witchcraft, less so on politics (...). He i... Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Hueber, München, 1957. 446p. Sewn. Spine a bit discoloured. Upper edge foxed. Lower edge a little bit stained. Signature on half title. Series: Das Wort der Antike, V. Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Études Augustiniennes, Paris, 1977. 2 vols. 392,221p. Sewn. With author's intention to CD. Unopened. Vol.1: Head and tail spine slightly damaged, remains of sticker to front cover. ?Le point de départ de la recherche [de S.- ND] est le progrès des études ambrosiennes depuis un quart de siècle. L?évêque de Milan est apparu avec tous ses contrastes: à la fois poète et homme politique; lecteur des philosophes et leur détracteur. Pour mieux saisir l?unité qui se cache derrière cette diversité, Savon a voulu surprendre Ambroise au travail, scruter sa manière de traiter ses sources exégétiques: c... Lisez plus
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