Published by M. White & Richard Hodgkinson & Miles Flescher, London, 1672
Full Calf. Condition: Good. Small 4to. 3 titles in 1 vol. 1672/1680/1685.(6)270,(20). (8)266(12)blank, (10)359(9). Generally clean but age toned in early panelled calf, wanting front board. Library stamp on free e.p. Small accession no. on verso of t.p. of first title and small medallion stamp on last lf of third title. Images available on request.
Published by Richard Hodgkinson; Henry Hall; Peter Parker, London / Oxford, 1674
12th edn. / 7th edn. / Revised edn. 12mo. 3 volumes bound in 1. 266, ,  pp. / 375,  pp. / 270,  pp. (final 2 pages of index missing). Professionally rebound in leather backed marbled paper covered boards, gilt embossed lettering, overall very good copy. (96167).
Published by R Chiswel and J Wright / William Jacob / Ric. Davis, London, 1680
Full-Leather. Condition: Good. 3 books in 1 volume, 1st book title continues "Wherein many Roman and English Offices are parallel'd and divers obscure Phrases explained -for the use of Abingdon School", 2nd book title continues "Used by the Ancient Hebrews Observed and at large opened for the clearing of many obscure texts throughout the whole Scripture.", 3rd title continues "Seven Books of the Attick containing the discription of the Cities glory, government, division of the People and Townes within the Athenian Territories. With an addition . by Zachary Bogan", printed by M White/Richard Hodgkinson/Hen. Hall, 1680/1672/1675, revised/8th/8th editions, [iv] 270 ; [vi] 266 ; [x] 350 [, full leather very worn with leather beginning to peel on front board & spine, lacks endpapers, small circular ink stamp (College of Librarianship Wales) on front pastedown, some dampstaining, 4to (14.5x20cm).
Published by Henry Cripps and Edward Forrest. and others, 1634
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Three Works in one volume (as often found) Moses and Aaron. Civil and ecclesiastical rites, used by the ancient Hebrewes; observed, and at large opened, for the clearing of many obscure texts thorowout the whole Scripture. Which texts are now added in the end of the book. Herein likewise is shewed what customes the Hebrewes borrowed from heathen people: and that many heathenish customes, originally have beene unwarrantable imitations of the Hebrewes. The fifth edition. By Thomas Godwyn, B.D. London : Printed by Iohn Haviland, in the Old Baily over against the Sessions House, 1634.FOLLOWED BY, Romanĉ historiae anthologia recognita et aucta. An English exposition of the Roman antiquities, wherein many Roman & English offices are paralleld and divers obscure phrases explained. For the use of Abingdon Schoole. Newly revised and inlarged by the author. Oxford : printed by Leonard Lichfield for Henry Cripps, a. Dom. M.DC.XLII. . FOLLOWED BY, Archĉologiĉ Atticĉ libri tres. = Three bookes of the Attick antiquities. Containing the description of the citties glory, government, division of the people, and townes within the Athenian territories, their religion, superstition, sacrifices, account of their yeare, as also a full relation of their iudicatories. By Francis Rous scholler of Merton Colledge in Oxon. Oxford: Printed by Leonard Lichfield, for Edward Forrest MDCXXXVII (1637). The Volume is in Good Condition bound in blind ruled and stamped calf, with the spine divided into five gilt-stamped compartments by four raised bands, and with red stained leaf edges. Externally the board and spine are lightly scuffed in general, with the front board detached, a split to the rear hinge and chipping to the head and tail of the spine, as well as board corners bumped. Internally the leaves are generally clean and amply margined, with mild marginal toning at the first and final leaves, some marginal stains occasionally, and with scattered fox-marks throughout. The Volume is Complete in All Respects The volume is paginated as follows: [iv], 300, [xii], [viii], 277, [xxiii], [viii], -149, . The volume collates as follows: [A]-2R, ĥ, A-2O4, 2P2, *, A-T4. The volume measures about 18.5 cm. By 14 cm. By 4 cm. Each leaf measures about 180 mm. By 130 mm. Visit our website for More Images and/or Binding Spins.
Published by London; London; Oxford: Printed by R.W. for Peter Parker; Printed for S. Griffin for Andrew Crook; Printed by William Hall for John Adams ; 1667; 1667, 1661
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4to. pp. , 270, ; , 264, ; , 374, . Woodcut initials and ornaments. Somewhat browned, little marginal foxing or dampstaining, few lower margin shaved. Contemporary English polished calf, double blind ruled, raised bands, small paper label to spine. Joints minimally rubbed, a few ancient stains. Inscription 'H Brewster Book 1731' and short bibliographical note to fly; inscription 'Henry Darby his book Jan 24th 1679' to title of first. Elegantly-bound sammelband on Greco-Roman and Jewish antiquities: probably a school book. The first two works were written by Thomas Godwyn (1587-1642), fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford, and headmaster at Abingdon School, in Oxfordshire. 'Romanae Historiae Anthologia' is a compendium of Roman antiquities intended for the use of his pupils; written in the class room, whilst his author was surrounded by the 'whispered chatterings of the noisy boys', it was reprinted numerous times remaining a most successful text book until well into the 18th century. 'Moses and Aaron' is a clear study of the civil customs and religious rites of the Jews, as an instrument to further the understanding of the Old Testament. 'Archeologiae Atticae libri septem' discusses the customs, history and religious rites of the ancient Greek region called Attica. It was written by the Puritan scholars Francis Rous (1579-1659), also Provost of Eton, and Zachary Bogan (1625-59). A fascinating collection of texts in an unsophisticated binding. ESTC R473621; ESTC R22732; ESTC R6074.
Published by Haviland; Leonard Lichfield 1634-1638, London and Oxford, 1634
Leather. Condition: Good. None (illustrator). A sammelband of theological and historical works that, although issued separately, are typically found bound together due to their use as school text-books in the seventeenth century. Being: Moses and Aaron Civil And Ecclesiastical Rites Used by the Ancient Hebrewes Observed and At Large Opened, Romanae Historiae Anthologia and Archaeologiae Libri Tres It is very likely that these three works were bound together as the purpose of a school text-book. There are other examples of various editions of these works bound as one. The fifth edition of 'Moses and Aaron'. The other two works do not have edition statements. Thomas Godwyn penned 'Moses and Aaron' and 'Romanae Historiae Anthologia. 'Moses and Aaron was first published in 1625 and is an analysis of Ecclesiastical Rites used by the Ancient Hebrews. To the rear of this work there is a name of the authors cited in the book. 'Romanae Historiae' is an English exposition of Roman Antiquities. He published this work in 1614 for use by Abingdon School. This and another work by Godwyn were the only school text books on this subject for a century. To the preface Godwyn notes the difficulties he had writing this in the school room. The final work to this sammelband is by Francis Rous. It is a historical work looking at the antiquities of Ancient Greece. It looks at the government, the people, their religions, superstition, sacrifices and much more. This is the scarcer of the three works. Francis Rous was an English politician and Puritan. He wrote many theological and devotional works. In a full calf binding. Rebacked with different contemporary boards laid down. Externally, rubbed to the spine and to the extremities with loss to the spine. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are age toned, with just the odd spots. Final leaf of 'Archaeologie Atticae' has been laid down on a new leaf due to loss at the blank bottom half of the page. Good. book.