A Literal Translation of the Twenty-First Book of Livy. With Notes critical and explanatory, to which are subjoined, a Map, and an Appendix, with the Variæ Lectiones. From the Texts of Drakenborch and Crevier.
First edition. 8vo. pp. [i, ad.], ix, 191; folding map frontis.; minor spotting, offsetting to title-page, untrimmed in the original boards with original paper label to upper board, sometime rebacked to style with paper label.
The 21st book of Livy contains an account of the Second Punic War, and of Hannibal’s march across the Alps. The text comprises the original Latin, with commentary, English translation, and notes at rear. The book is uncommon, with only the Oxford and Aberdeen University library copies listed by COPAC.
Author [Hannibal.] Livy.
Binding Original boards
Publisher Cambridge: Printed for W. P. Grant
Condition See description
Pages [i, ad.], ix, 191