Sublime period edition by Seneca, a great Roman philosopher from the Stoic school, playwright and statesman.
Advisor to the Imperial Court under Caligula and tutor of Nero. Sometimes called Seneca the philosopher, the tragic or the young to distinguish him from his father, Seneca the elder.
His tragedies are some of the best examples of Latin tragic theatre, with works that will inspire 17th century French classical theatre such as Medea, Oedipus and Phaedre.
Sénèque & Anglivielle de la Beaumelle - Pensées de Sénèque - 1768
Binding in good condition, work in its period brown full leather binding, covers and spine in good condition, a crack on the bottom of the right joint, red pigmented edges, adorned ribbed spine, gilded titling on morocco label.
Inside in good condition, rare instances of soiling, lovely headbands and culs-de-lampe, marbled endpapers.
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- Aantal boeken
- Auteur/ Illustrator
- Sénèque & Anglivielle de la Beaumelle
- Pensées de Sénèque
- Publicatiejaar oudste item
- Oorspronkelijke taal
- J. Barbou
- Aantal pagina‘s.
- 18×11 cm