Caius Suetonius Tranquillus cum Isaaci Casavboni Animaduersionibus, et dissertationibus politicis: Ioh. Henr. Boecleri, itemque vberrimo indice. [Suetonius' Caesars, with commentary].
by SUETONIUS, Gaius (c.69-122); Johann Heinrich Boeckler (1611-1672); Isaac Casaubon (1559-1614).
Argentorati, [Strasbourg]:: Philippi Mulbii, 1647., 1647. 4to. [x], 352; , 587, , 150 pp. Elaborate added engraved title, title printed in red & black. Original full vellum. Ownership signature on title of F. P. Wilcken, Lubecensis [Lubeck, Germany]. Very good. Rare. Includes the extensive annotations of scholar Isaac Casaubon, as well as a long dissertation on Suetonius by Boeckler. The elaborate half-title is drawn by I. Schef and engraved by Pierre Aubry (1610-1686). Gaius Suetonius Tranquilius was a Roman historian and biographer, whose most significant contribution was his biographies of 12 Roman rulers, from Julius Caesar to Domitian. Suetonius wrote The Twelve Caesars while serving as the personal secretary of the emperor Hadrian.
(Inventory #: SW1672)
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