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Archaeologia Graeca, or the antiquities of Greece (edition 1751)

by John Potter

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TitleArchaeologia Graeca, or the antiquities of Greece
AuthorJohn Potter
TagsAntient History, Civil History, History 
CollectionsYour library, Retirement Library (1815-1826)
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Publication date1751
Number of copies1
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LC ClassificationDF76
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Primary languageEnglish
Comments2 vol. 8vo. vol. I, 256 leaves; engraved frontispiece in compartments by Van der Gucht, folded engraved map; vol. II, 196 leaves; engraved frontispiece as in vol. I.; titles printed in red and black, that of vol. II with a different reading; some leaves foxed.

Original calf, gilt line borders on sides, gilt backs. Initialled by Jefferson at sig. I and T in both volumes. With the Library of Congress 1815 bookplates.

Temple Stanyan, d. 1752, English classical scholar, dedicated this work to John, Lord Somers, Baron of Evesham. The Preface contains a critical account of the Greek, Roman, and some English historians. The first volume was originally published in 1707.

Listed as 'Potter’s Antiquities of Greece. 2. v. 8 vo.' in Retirement Library Catalogue, page 1, no. 14 (Transcription).

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Listed in Poor Catalogue on page 3, no. 14.
SummaryArchaeologia Graeca, or the antiquities of Greece by John Potter (1751)
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