Catalog Record: The Emperor Marcus Antoninus : his conversation with himself | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The Emperor Marcus Antoninus : his conversation with himself : together with the preliminary discourse of the learned Gataker, as also the emperor's life, written by Monsieur D'acier and supported by the authorities collected by Dr. Stanhope, to which is added the Mythological picture of Cebes the Theban, &c. / translated into English from the respective originals by Jeremy Collier.

Main Author: Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome, 121-180.
Related Names: Cebes of Thebes. , Gataker, Thomas 1574-1654., Dacier, André 1651-1722., Collier, Jeremy 1650-1726.
Language(s): English ; Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
Published: London : R. Sare, 1701.
Note: Running title: Marcus Antoninus's Meditations, &c.
Physical Description: [8], cxxv, 240, 36, 241-270 p., [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 20 cm.
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