Leyden: Cornelium Boutestein & Samuelem Luchtmans, 1709. 8vo. (20),496,(24)pp. Index. 1 full-page copper engraving and a number of text engravings. Title printed in red & black with an engraved vignette. Cont. vellum with blind ruled compartments with 4 gilt acorn ornaments in the central compartment, and with a large central royal coat-of-arms on both covers. A fine copy. See Dibdin, GREEK & LATIN CLASSICS, Volume I, p. 211, calling this edition "emphatically and justly called the Editio Optima of the author." The "Octavius" by Minucius Felix, written in the third century, has been called "the finest Latin apology for Christianity." (Inventory #: 5690)
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