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Pharsalia (Bello Civili) cum glosses
Pharsalia (Bello Civili) cum scholia
Pharsalia (Bello Civili) cum scholiis interlinealibus et ad margines appositis
Pharsalia (Bello Civipharsalia (Bello Civili)Li) cum scholiis interlinealibus et ad margines appositis
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SDBM_8295 1908-06-15 - Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge - Further portion of the classical, historical, topographical, genealogical and other manuscript & autograph letters &c. of the late Sir Thomas Phillipps, pt. 13
SDBM_56154 1900-02-26 - Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge - Valuable books and manuscripts, comprising a series of works, illustrated by George Cruikshank, and a collection of caricatures by the same, the property of general the Hon. Sir Percy R.B. Feilding, K.C.B. and selections from other libraries ....
SDBM_59113 1836 - Thorpe, Thomas, 1791-1851 - Catalogue of upwards of fourteen hundred manuscripts, upon vellum and paper,... particularly rich in English, Irish and Scotish history, from the conquest to the present time,...
SDBM_63446 1829 - Thorpe, Thomas, 1791-1851 - Catalogue of a most splendid, valuable, and interesting collection of manuscripts Comprising a Grand Assemblage in the Departments of Sacred Scripture, the Classics, and Lexicography (for 1829-30) ... To be sold ... by Thomas Thorpe.
SDBM_44052 1821-02-26 - S. Sotheby | Celotti, Luigi, Abate (1768-1846) - Singularly rare collection of manuscripts, on paper and vellum in the Oriental, Hebrew, Latin, and Italian languages ...The whole are in fine condition and were brought to this country by the Abbe Celotti and are to be sold by order of the present proprietor, by Mr. Sotheby
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