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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Julian, Emperor of Rome, 331-363.
Select works of the Emperor Julian.
London, Printed by J. Nichols; for T. Cadell, 1784
|Named Person:||Jovian, Emperor of Rome; Jovian, Emperor of Rome|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Julian, Emperor of Rome; John Duncombe; Libanius.; Johann Albert Fabricius; Denis Petau; Edward Gibbon; Thomas Jefferson; Jean-Philippe-René de La Bletterie; Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
|Notes:||Vol. 1: xxxix, , 342,  p.; v. 2: iii, , 397,  p.
"The history of the Emperor Jovian. From the French of the Abbé de la Bleterie": v. 2, p. -364.
Errata: v. 1: p. . at end; v. 2: p.  at end.
LC copy forms part of the Jefferson Exhibit Collection.
|Description:||2 v. : geneal. tab. ; 22 cm. (8vo)|
|Contents:||V.1. Annals and pedigree of Julian. Gallus Cæsar to his brother Julian. Select works of Julian, viz. 1. Epistle to Themistius. 2. A consolatory oration on the departure of Sallust. 3. Epistle to the Emperor Constantus. 4. The Emperor Julian to the Senate and people of Athens. 5. An allegorical fable (from Orat. VII.). 6. The duties of a priest (from the fragment). 7. The Cæsars. 8. The misopogon, or the Antiochian. XVI epistles of Libanius to Julian --
v.2. Epistles of Julian. The life of Libanius the sophist, by Fabricius. A monody, by Libanius, on Nicomedia, destroyed by an earthquake. A monody, by Libanius, on the Daphnæean temple of Apollo, destroyed by fire. The history of the Emperor Jovian, by the Abbé de La Bleterie. An abstract of an essay, by the Abbé de La Bleterie, on the rank and power of the Roman emperors, in the Senate, from Les Memoires de l'Academie des sciences et belles lettres, at Paris, tom. XXIV. Additional notes
|Other Titles:||History of the Emperor Jovian.
|Responsibility:||translated from the Greek, with notes from Petau, La Bleterie, Gibbon, &c. ; to which is added, The history of the Emperor Jovian, from the French of the Abbé de La Bleterie, by John Duncombe ...|