C. Iulii Caesaris Quae Exstant ex nupera Viri docti accuratissima recognitione.

Frankfurt, Aubrius Marnius, 1606.

4to. In contemporary half vellum ove rmarbled boards. Small stamp to lower inner margin of title-page. A few names and occassional marginal annotations to title-page and throughout in contemporary hand. With handwritten ownership note and latin annotations of the Saxon scholar and Deacon M. Christian Friedemann Martinis. Some soiling to extremities and binding rubbed and bumped. Internally browned and partly waterstained, premarily affecting pp. 389-508. otherwise a good copy. (16), 450, (30), 579, (1) pp. (wanting the three maps; I: Romani Imperii typus, II: Galliae veteris desriptio, III. typus Hyspaniae veteris).

The rare first edition containing Caesar's famous work (books I-VII) on the Gallic Wars (58 to 51/50 B.C.) and the 8th book by Aulus Hirtius in Latin and Greek.

Order-nr.: 60118

DKK 2.000,00