An Analysis and Summary of Herodotus

By: Wheeler, J. Talboys

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London, United Kingdom: George Bell, 1907. 2nd revised edition, from Bohn's Collegiate Library Edition "with synchronistical table of principal events; tables of weights, measures, money and distances; an outline of history of geography; and dates completed from Gainsford and Baehr, etc; including histories of Assyria, Babylonia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Scythia etc." CONDITION Blue bds with Gilt title (cnrs bruised with mild damp staining to bds, just starting to fray to spine ends) pp xvi 349 with publishers list to rear (pages are rough cut, text block bright, edge browning to rear catalogue, opens to title pages as front end pages have been pasted to front bd possibly to obscure prior ownership details) A nice tight copy.. Re-Issue. Cloth. Very Good/N/A. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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