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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Arrian's History of Alexander's expedition.
London, Printed for T. Worrall [etc.] 1729
|Named Person:||Alexander, the Great; Quintus Curtius Rufus|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Arrian.; John Rooke; Jean Le Clerc
|Notes:||"Arrian's Indian history": v. 2, p. -286.
"An account of the division of the empire and conquest of Alexander after his death": v. 2, p. -320.
"A brief account of all the authors who have touched upon the history of Alexander": v. 2, p. -342.
|Description:||2 volumes map 20 cm|
|Contents:||(from t. p.s) Vol. 1, to which is prefix'd, Mr. Le Clerc's criticism upon Quintus Curtius, and some remarks upon Mr. Perizonius's vindication of that author --
v. 2, to which is added I. Arrian's Indian history, II. His account of the division of the empire after Alexander's death, III. Raderus's tables, IV. A catalogue of all the authors who have wrote this history, V.A brief chronology, VI. A compleat index.
|Other Titles:||De expeditione Alexandri.|
|Responsibility:||Translated from the Greek. With notes historical, geographical, and critical. By Mr. Rooke. To which is prefix'd, Mr. Le Clerc's Criticism upon Quintus Curtius. And some remarks upon Mr. Perizonius's vindication of the author.|