Catalog Record: The satyrs of Decimus Juvenalis: and of Aulus Persius Flaccus | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The satyrs of Decimus Juvenalis: and of Aulus Persius Flaccus. Translated into English verse by Mr. Dryden, and several other eminent hands. To which is prefix'd a discourse concerning the original and progress of satyr ...

Main Author: Juvenal.
Related Names: Dryden, John 1668-1701., Creech, Thomas 1659-1700., Power, Thomas b. 1659 or 60., Congreve, William 1670-1729., Harvey, Stephen 1655-1707., Stepney, George 1663-1707., Dryden, Charles. , Bowles, William d. 1705., Duke, Richard 1659?-1711., Tate, Nahum 1652-1715., Dryden, John 1631-1700., Persius.
Language(s): English
Published: London, Printed for J. Tonson, 1726.
Edition: The 5th ed., adorn'd with sculptures.
Note: The satires of Persius have also special t.-p.
The second and fifteenth satires of Juvenal translated by Nahum Tate; the fourth by Richard Duke; the fifth by William Bowles; the seventh by Charles Dryden; the Eighth by George Stepney; the ninth by Stephen Harvey; the eleventh by William Congreve; the twelfth by Thomas Power; the thirteenth by Thomas Creech; the fourteenth by John Dryden, jr.
Dedication to Earl of Dorset: p.[iii]-cxi.
Physical Description: cxi,296p. front.,plates, ports. 17cm.
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