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The lives of the noble Grecians and Romans, compared together by that grave, learned philosopher and historiographer, Plutarch of Chæronea

Author: Plutarch.; Thomas North, Sir; Donato Acciaiuoli; Simon Goulart; Roland Orvil Baughman
Publisher: Stratford-upon-Avon, Printed at the Shakespeare Head Press and Pub. for the Press by B. Blackwell, Oxford, 1928.
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Plutarch.
Lives of the noble Grecians and Romans.
Stratford-upon-Avon, Printed at the Shakespeare Head Press and Pub. for the Press by B. Blackwell, Oxford, 1928
(OCoLC)609607172
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Plutarch.; Thomas North, Sir; Donato Acciaiuoli; Simon Goulart; Roland Orvil Baughman
OCLC Number: 752648
Notes: Head-pieces (with portraits).
This edition of North's Plutarch, v. 1-7, is a close reprint of the 1st edition, published in folio in 1579; v. 8 contains the additional lives which appeared as pt. 2 in the edition of 1603.
Includes "The lives of Annibal and Scipio African [attributed to Donato Acciajuoli] translated into French by Charles de la Slvce and Englished by Thomas North": v. 7. p. [293]-396, and "The comparison of Anniba with P. Scipio African", by Simon Goulart: v. 7, p. [397]-401.
Vol. 8 has title: The lives of Epaminondas, of Philip of Macedon, of Dionysivs the elder, and of Octavivs Cæsar avgvstvs: collected ovt of good avthors. Also the lives of nine excellent chieftaines of warre, taken avt of Latine from Emylivs Probvs, by S.G.S. [Simon Goulart of Senlis] by whom also are added the lives of Pivtarch and of Seneca; gathered together, disposed, and enriched as the others. And now translated into English by Sir Thomas North ...
No. 204 of an edition of 500 copies.
Description: 8 volumes 24 cm
Contents: v. 1. Theseus. Romulus. Lycurgus. Numa Pompilus. Solon. Publius Valerius Publicola. Themistocles. Furius Camillus --
v. 2. Pericles. Fabius Maximus. Alcibiades. Caius Martius Coriolanus. Paulus Aemilius. Timoleon --
v. 3. Pelopidas. Marcellus. Aristides. Marcus Cato. Philopoemen. Titus Quintus Flaminius. Pyrrus. Caius Marius --
v. 4. Lysander. Sylla. Cimon. Lucius Lucullus. Nicias. Marcus Crassus. Sertorius. Eumenes --
v. 5. Agesilaus. Pompey. Alexander the great. Iulius Caesar. Phocion. Cato Utican --
v. 6. Agis and Cleomenes. Tiberius, and Caius Gracchi. Demosthenes. Marcus Tullius Cicero. Demetrius. Marcus Antonius --
v. 7. Artaxerxes. Dion. Marcus Brutus. Aratus. Galba. Otho. Annibal. Scipio African --
v. 8. Epaminondas. Philip of Macedon. Dionysius. Octavius Caesar Augustus. Plutarch. Seneca. Nine excellent chieftanes of war. Miltiades. Pausanias. Thrasybulus. Conon. Iphicrates. Chabrias. Timotheus. Datames. Hamilcar.
Responsibility: translated out of Greeke into French by James Amyot ... and out of French in to Englishe, by Thomas North. Decorated by Thomas Lowinsky ...

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