LUCAN. The Pharsalia. Translated by Sir Edward Ridley. 2 Volumes. 315; 277 pp. 4to., bound in deluxe half red morocco, black morocco spine labels stamped in gilt. London: Arthur Humphreys, 1919.
Based on the work of Livy, Lucan's Pharsalia was written in ten parts and describes the causes of the war between Caesar and Pompey, the history of the war, the death of Pompey, and Caesar's occupation of Egypt. This is an elegantly printed edition on handmade paper.
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