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MATTHEW PARIS, trans J A Giles
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Bennett and Kerr Books /ZVAB
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[publisher: Bohn 1854 516pp. 1854] Hardcover Blind-stamped cloth, sl faded & worn. BOHN's Antiquarian Library
[ABINGDON, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 1854]
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MATTHEW PARIS, trans J A Giles
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28.82
Bennett and Kerr Books /AbebooksUK
[publisher: Bohn 1854 516pp. 1854] Hardcover Blind-stamped cloth, sl faded & worn. BOHN's Antiquarian Library
[ABINGDON, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 1854]
Paris Matthew. Translated from the Latin by the Rev. J. A. Giles.
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200.00
Chanticleer Books /Biblio
London: George Bell and Sons/Henry G. Bohn, 1902, 1893, Date: 1854. Early reprint. Minor rubbing to covers, but very good. 3 columes (complete); small octavo, original brown cloth with gilt spines; vii, 536; 539; 516 pp. First volume with engraved frontispiece. Each volume with catalog of works published in the Bohn's Antiquarian Library series, as well as ex-series books published by George Bell and Sons. Uniform publisher bindings with Bohn's Libraries emblem on foot of spines, title pages of first 2 volumes with George Bell imprint and reprint statement on copyright pages; 3rd volume with Henry G. Bohn imprint on title and no statement of reprint on copyright page. Bohn's Library was acquired by George Bell (then Bell & Daldy) in 1864 and likely this apparent hybrid set represents a mixture of old stock and new. Matthew of Paris (circa 1200-1259), a Benedictine monk of St. Alban's Abbey was a chronicler of English history, scribe, illuminator and illustrator of his own works. The present edition is a translation of part of his Historia (or Chronica) Major including the "Continuation of Matthew Paris" chronicling the years 1259-1273. This supplemental work is attributed to William Rishanger, also a monk of St. Alban's. The earlier part of the Historia (from Creation to 1235) whch is not included here was largely a transcription of Roger of Wendover's Flores Historiarum and was previously published by Bohn's Library as "Roger ...
Paris, Matthew. Translated from the Latin by the Rev. J. A. Giles.
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200.00
Chanticleer Books, ABAA /Abebooks
[publisher: George Bell and Sons/Henry G. Bohn 1902, 1893, 1854, London] Hardcover 3 columes (complete); small octavo, original brown cloth with gilt spines; vii, 536; 539; 516 pp. First volume with engraved frontispiece. Each volume with catalog of works published in the Bohn's Antiquarian Library series, as well as ex-series books published by George Bell and Sons. Uniform publisher bindings with Bohn's Libraries emblem on foot of spines, title pages of first 2 volumes with George Bell imprint and reprint statement on copyright pages; 3rd volume with Henry G. Bohn imprint on title and no statement of reprint on copyright page. Bohn's Library was acquired by George Bell (then Bell & Daldy) in 1864 and likely this apparent hybrid set represents a mixture of old stock and new. Matthew of Paris (circa 1200-1259), a Benedictine monk of St. Alban's Abbey was a chronicler of English history, scribe, illuminator and illustrator of his own works. The present edition is a translation of part of his Historia (or Chronica) Major including the "Continuation of Matthew Paris" chronicling the years 1259-1273. This supplemental work is attributed to William Rishanger, also a monk of St. Alban's. The earlier part of the Historia (from Creation to 1235) whch is not included here was largely a transcription of Roger of Wendover's Flores Historiarum and was previously published by Bohn's Library as "Roger Wendover's Flowers of Hi ...

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