Les comedies de Terence,. avec la traduction et les remarques de Madasme Dacier. Tome ...
Terence (c.190-159 BC)
Place of origin
Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire
3v.. ill., port. 12mo. Accession no. 4681.1-3. Catalogued from Barber catalogue. With 19, 17 and 11 plates where Cohen-de Ricci calls for 20, 17 and 11. Provenance: Bequest of James de Rothschild, 1957. Provenance: Major A. Edwards (d.1743, bequeathed his library to the Cottonian Library, thence to the British Library; 1755 catalogue by Richard Whidmore, C.120.h.2,f. British Museum stamp); sale of duplicates, 4 April 1769, lot 1391 for 8s. Sauvage (sale 1897), bought by Morgand et Fatout fro 1,051 francs and sold to Baron Ferdinand for 1,200 francs. Black notebook of additions to the 1897 Waddesdon catalogue with a note of the Sauvage sale. Binding: eighteenth-century French red morocco, plain triple fillet. Gilt spine, olive lettering-pieces, flower ornament. Green silk marker, red and white headbands, edges gilt over marble, leaf-combed marbled endleaves.
Makers and roles
Terence (c.190-159 BC) Suetonius (c.69-c.122) Anne Le Fèvre Dacier (1654-1720)