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1 Achilles Tatius. (Edited by Stephen Gaselee and H.F.B. Brett-Smith). The Loves of Clitophon and Leucippe. Translated from the Greek by William Burton. Reprinted for the first time from a copy now unique printed by Thomas Creede in 1597.
Oxford: Basil Blackwell Publisher to The Shakespeare Head Press, 1923. Limited Edition. Hard Cover, Very Good condition 
No. 72 of 394 copies; 4to; linen back with paper spine label and brown paper over boards; cover label printe in black & red; 4 preliminary leaves, [xiii]-xxxi pages, 4 leaves, 152, [2], 151-152 pages, 1 leaf. Top edges unopened. Publisher's announcement for Ovyde, Methamorphose by Shakespeare Head, laid in. Leading corners bumped & rubbed; a few marks of soil to covers; perliminary leaf with offset tanning from announcement with faint foxing,

"Achilles Tatius was a Greek from Alexandria in Egypt; he is now believed to have flourished in the second century CE. Of his life nothing is known, though the Suidas says he became a Christian and a bishop and wrote a work on etymology, one on the sphere, and an account of great men. He is famous however for his surviving novel in eight books, The Adventures of Leucippe and Clitophon, one of the best Greek love stories. Clitophon relates to a friend the various difficulties which he and Leucippe had to overcome before they are happily united. The story is full of incident and readers are kept in suspense. There are many digressions giving scientific facts, myths, and meditations.". 
Price: 75.00 USD
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2 Bvchleri, Ioannis (Joannes Buchler). Thesaurus conscribendarum epistolarum novus et utilissimus, ex variis optimisque auctoribus desumptus exemplis vero plurimis e M.Tullii Ciceronis libris illustratus et nunc CLIX elegantiarum regulis locupletatus. Opera Ioannis Buchleri a Gladbach editio novissima.
Antwerp: Hendrick Aertssens, (1646). Hard Cover, Near Fine condition 
430 pp., (i)-(v), index; plus 125 Elegantiarum Centum; 32mo; full pollished brown calf; lettered & tooled in gilt; red leather spine label; raised bands forming 5 compartments with floral decoration in gilt; dentelle, marbled pastedowns & endpapers; all edges marbled; green ribbon marker. Lower edge of title a bit cropped so only the top of imprint and date show. Date, 1646 stamped on lower spine also.

Self help via Cicero?. 
Price: 400.00 USD
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Plato's Apology of Socrates and Crito With a Part of His Phaedo Translated from the Greek., Plato, translated by Benjamin Jowett.
3 Plato, translated by Benjamin Jowett. Plato's Apology of Socrates and Crito With a Part of His Phaedo Translated from the Greek.
Portland, Maine: Thomas B. Mosher, 1910. Limited Edition. Hard Cover, Very good or better condition 
No. 15 of 25 copies printed on Japan Vellum. 123 pp.; 8vo; tan paper over boards, paper spine label. Spine slightly darkened; ownership signature in a nice hand of, William Gable, Altoona, PA in pen front endpaper; a few miniscule spots of foxing and a slight rubbing of paper front pastedown.


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