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1 Adcock, F. E CAESAR As Man of Letters
Cambridge University Press 1956 Hardcover Very Good- with no dust jacket 
Scholar's name to ffep (Robert Brown) , other name struck out. Foxing to endpapers, prelims and textblock. Spine sunned. ; Sir Frank Adcock's aim is to emphasize the literary character of Caesar's writings. He is worth reading, and this small book will help understanding. The Introduction reminds the reader what Caesar was and what he had accomplished when he wrote. In a chapter on "The Military Man" Caesar's literary interpretation of war and generalship is described. This short study gives insight into Roman literature and history as well as into the life and character of one of the world's great men. ; 114 pages 
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2 Adcock, F. E. ROMAN POLITICAL IDEAS AND PRACTICE
University of Michigan Press 1964 Softcover Very Good 
Wraps are a little browned. Spine lightly faded. ; Jerome Lectures; 120 pages; Adcock describes the growth and decline of political institutions from the early Roman kings, through the Republic, to the dictatorships when decay implicit in military absolutism became apparent. 
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3 Adcock, F. E. ROMAN POLITICAL IDEAS AND PRACTICE
University of Michigan Press 1967 Softcover Very Good 
Wraps are a little browned. Scholar's name to ffep (Robert Brown). Old price to front wrap deleted. ; Jerome Lectures Sixth Series; 120 pages; Adcock describes the growth and decline of political institutions from the early Roman kings, through the Republic, to the dictatorships when decay implicit in military absolutism became apparent. 
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4 Bury, J. B. & S. A. Cook & F. E. Adcock (Eds. ) THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume I: Egypt and Babylonia to 1580 B. C.
Cambridge University Press 1928 Second Edition Hardcover Very Good- with no dust jacket 
Boards a bit bowed. Front hinge just starting to weaken. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; Vol. 1; 704 pages 
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5 Cook, S. A. , F. E. Adcock, & M. P. Charlesworth (Eds. ) THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume IX: the Roman Republic 133 - 44 B. C.
Cambridge University Press 1951 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Former owner's name to ffep in ink. Spine a bit sunned. Minor shelfwear. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; Vol. 9; 1023 pages 
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6 Cook, S. A. , F. E. Adcock, & M. P. Charlesworth (Eds. ) THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume IX: the Roman Republic 133 - 44 B. C.
Cambridge University Press 1951 Hardcover Very Good in Fair dust jacket 
Top of spine a bit bumped. Boards a bit bowed. DJ has tears and chipping and is browned with waterstaining to spine. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; Vol. 9; 1023 pages 
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7 Cook, J. B. & S. A. Cook & F. E. Adcock & C. T. Seltman THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume of Plates I Prepared by C. T. Seltman
Cambridge University Press 1927 Hardcover Good with no dust jacket 
Ex-library copy with usual stamps, call numbers and pocket. Gift plate to library from Moffatt St. Andrew Woodside with his name in ink to ffep. Light edgewear to corners. Spine ends are frayed with chipping. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; 395 pages; This book of plates can be used either as a companion to Volume IV or as an independent, illustrated account of the period, and of the evidence of Greek civilization and culture as it encountered the Persian empire and struggled for its freedom. Detailed commentary accompanies a full pictoral survey of the art and archaeology of the Persian empire and its provinces, from Thrace to India. The section on Greece concentrates on late Archaic Athens, immediately before the Persian wars, and considers cultural progress as evidence of various aspects of Greek life and society. The fortunes of the Western Greek colonial area and of the Etruscan and Italic peoples are similarly treated. The volume concludes with a study of the invention of coinage and its use throughout Greece and Persia. 
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8 Cook, J. B. & S. A. Cook & F. E. Adcock & C. T. Seltman THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume of Plates II Prepared by C. T. Seltman
Cambridge University Press 1966 Hardcover Good+ with no dust jacket 
Ex-library copy (non-circulating reference) with usual stamps, call numbers. Else VG. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; 121 pages; This book of plates can be used either as a companion to Volume IV or as an independent, illustrated account of the period, and of the evidence of Greek civilization and culture as it encountered the Persian empire and struggled for its freedom. Detailed commentary accompanies a full pictoral survey of the art and archaeology of the Persian empire and its provinces, from Thrace to India. The section on Greece concentrates on late Archaic Athens, immediately before the Persian wars, and considers cultural progress as evidence of various aspects of Greek life and society. The fortunes of the Western Greek colonial area and of the Etruscan and Italic peoples are similarly treated. The volume concludes with a study of the invention of coinage and its use throughout Greece and Persia. 
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9 Cook, J. B. & S. A. Cook & F. E. Adcock & C. T. Seltman THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume of Plates II Prepared by C. T. Seltman
Cambridge University Press 1928 Hardcover Good with no dust jacket 
Ex-library copy with usual stamps, call numbers and pocket. Gift plate to library from Moffatt St. Andrew Woodside with his name in ink to ffep. Light edgewear to corners. Spine ends are frayed with chipping. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; 121 pages; This book of plates can be used either as a companion to Volume IV or as an independent, illustrated account of the period, and of the evidence of Greek civilization and culture as it encountered the Persian empire and struggled for its freedom. Detailed commentary accompanies a full pictoral survey of the art and archaeology of the Persian empire and its provinces, from Thrace to India. The section on Greece concentrates on late Archaic Athens, immediately before the Persian wars, and considers cultural progress as evidence of various aspects of Greek life and society. The fortunes of the Western Greek colonial area and of the Etruscan and Italic peoples are similarly treated. The volume concludes with a study of the invention of coinage and its use throughout Greece and Persia. 
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10 Cook, J. B. & S. A. Cook & F. E. Adcock & C. T. Seltman THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume of Plates III Prepared by C. T. Seltman
Cambridge University Press 1930 Hardcover Good with no dust jacket 
Ex-library copy with usual stamps, call numbers and pocket. Gift plate to library from Moffatt St. Andrew Woodside with his name in ink to ffep. Light edgewear to corners. Spine ends are frayed with chipping. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; 199 pages; This book of plates can be used either as a companion to Volume IV or as an independent, illustrated account of the period, and of the evidence of Greek civilization and culture as it encountered the Persian empire and struggled for its freedom. Detailed commentary accompanies a full pictoral survey of the art and archaeology of the Persian empire and its provinces, from Thrace to India. The section on Greece concentrates on late Archaic Athens, immediately before the Persian wars, and considers cultural progress as evidence of various aspects of Greek life and society. The fortunes of the Western Greek colonial area and of the Etruscan and Italic peoples are similarly treated. The volume concludes with a study of the invention of coinage and its use throughout Greece and Persia. 
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11 Cook, J. B. & S. A. Cook & F. E. Adcock & C. T. Seltman THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume of Plates III Prepared by C. T. Seltman
Cambridge University Press 1966 Hardcover Good+ with no dust jacket 
Ex-library copy (non-circulating reference) with usual stamps, call numbers. Appears to have been rebound in terracotta buckram with gilt lettering to spine. Else VG. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; 199 pages; This book of plates can be used either as a companion to Volume IV or as an independent, illustrated account of the period, and of the evidence of Greek civilization and culture as it encountered the Persian empire and struggled for its freedom. Detailed commentary accompanies a full pictoral survey of the art and archaeology of the Persian empire and its provinces, from Thrace to India. The section on Greece concentrates on late Archaic Athens, immediately before the Persian wars, and considers cultural progress as evidence of various aspects of Greek life and society. The fortunes of the Western Greek colonial area and of the Etruscan and Italic peoples are similarly treated. The volume concludes with a study of the invention of coinage and its use throughout Greece and Persia. 
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12 Cook, J. B. & S. A. Cook & F. E. Adcock & C. T. Seltman THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume of Plates IV Prepared by C. T. Seltman
Cambridge University Press 1934 Hardcover Good with no dust jacket 
Ex-library copy with usual stamps, call numbers and pocket. Gift plate to library from Moffatt St. Andrew Woodside with his name in ink to ffep. Light edgewear to corners. Spine ends are frayed with chipping. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; 211 pages; This book of plates can be used either as a companion to Volume IV or as an independent, illustrated account of the period, and of the evidence of Greek civilization and culture as it encountered the Persian empire and struggled for its freedom. Detailed commentary accompanies a full pictoral survey of the art and archaeology of the Persian empire and its provinces, from Thrace to India. The section on Greece concentrates on late Archaic Athens, immediately before the Persian wars, and considers cultural progress as evidence of various aspects of Greek life and society. The fortunes of the Western Greek colonial area and of the Etruscan and Italic peoples are similarly treated. The volume concludes with a study of the invention of coinage and its use throughout Greece and Persia. 
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13 Cook, J. B. & S. A. Cook & F. E. Adcock & C. T. Seltman THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume of Plates V Prepared by C. T. Seltman
Cambridge University Press 1939 Hardcover Good with no dust jacket 
Ex-library copy with usual stamps, call numbers and pocket. Gift plate to library from Moffatt St. Andrew Woodside with his name in ink to ffep. Light edgewear to corners. Spine ends are frayed with chipping. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; 243 pages; This book of plates can be used either as a companion to Volume IV or as an independent, illustrated account of the period, and of the evidence of Greek civilization and culture as it encountered the Persian empire and struggled for its freedom. Detailed commentary accompanies a full pictoral survey of the art and archaeology of the Persian empire and its provinces, from Thrace to India. The section on Greece concentrates on late Archaic Athens, immediately before the Persian wars, and considers cultural progress as evidence of various aspects of Greek life and society. The fortunes of the Western Greek colonial area and of the Etruscan and Italic peoples are similarly treated. The volume concludes with a study of the invention of coinage and its use throughout Greece and Persia. 
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14 Bury, J. B. & S. A. Cook & F. E. Adcock (Eds. ) THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume V: Athens 478 - 401 B. C.
Cambridge University Press 1927 Hardcover Good+ with no dust jacket 
Boards a bit bowed with light fraying and chipping to spine ends. Rear hinge weakening and starting to crack. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; Vol. 5; 554 pages 
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15 Bury, J. B. & S. A. Cook & F. E. Adcock (Eds. ) THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume V: Athens 478 - 401 B. C.
Cambridge University Press 1964 Hardcover Very Good in Good dust jacket 
Scholar's name to ffep in ink (T. G. Elliott). Minor shelfwear. DJ has chipping and tears. Light browning to back panel of DJ with phone numbers in pen. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; Vol. 5; 554 pages 
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16 Bury, J. B. & S. A. Cook & F. E. Adcock (Eds. ) THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume VI: Macedon 401 - 301 B. C.
Cambridge University Press 1953 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Minor shelfwear to book. Spine slightly sunned. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; Vol. 6; 646 pages 
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17 Cook, S. A. , F. E. Adcock, & M. P. Charlesworth (Eds. ) THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume VII: the Hellenistic Monarchies and the Rise of Rome
Cambridge University Press 1954 Hardcover Very Good+ in Good dust jacket 
Minor shelfwear to book. DJ has chipping and tears with small pieces missing. DJ spine browned with a bit of waterstaining. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; Vol. 7; 988 pages 
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18 Cook, S. A. , F. E. Adcock, & M. P. Charlesworth (Eds. ) THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume VII: the Hellenistic Monarchies and the Rise of Rome
Cambridge University Press 1954 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Minor shelfwear to book. Spine slightly sunned. Last few pages have corner-crease to lower corner. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; Vol. 7; 988 pages 
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19 Cook, S. A. , F. E. Adcock, & M. P. Charlesworth (Eds. ) THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY Volume VIII: Rome and the Mediterranean 218 - 133 B. C.
Cambridge University Press 1954 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Spine very slightly sunned. Minor shelfwear. ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; Vol. 8; 840 pages 
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20 Cook, S. A. , F. E. Adcock, & M. P. Charlesworth THE CAMBRIDGE ANCIENT HISTORY VOLUME XI : The Imperial Peace A. D. 70-192
Cambridge University Press 1954 Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Spine is sunned causing discoloration. Minor shelfwear otherwise. Scholar's name to ffep. ; CHAPTER 1: THE FLAVIAN DYNASTY: The New Emperor; Rome and the Emperor; Re-organization financial and provincial; Titus; domitian: the court and the aristocracy; Administration and Legislation CHAPTER II: THE PEOPLES OF NORTHERN EUROPE: THE GETAE AND DACIANS: CHAPTER III THE SARMATAE AND PARTIANS BY ROSTOVTZEFF CHAPTER IV FLAVIAN WARS AND FRONTIERS BY RONALD SYME CHAPTER V NERVA AND TRAJAN CHAPTER VI WARS OF TRAJAN CHAPTER VII: THE RISE OF CHRISTIANITY CHAPTER VIII HADRIAN CHAPTER IX THE ANTONINES CHAPTER X: PRINCIPATE AND THE ADMINISTRATION CHAPTER XI: ROME AND THE EMPIRE CHAPTER XII: THE LATIN WEST: AFRICA, SPAIN AND GAUL CHAPTER XIII: THE LATIN WEST: BRITAIN, ROMAN GERMANY, THE DANUBE LANDS CHAPTER XIV: THE GREEK PROVINCES CHAPTER XV: THE FRONTIER PROVINCES OF THE EAST BY FRANZ CUMONT CHAPTER XVI: EGYPT, CRETE AND CYRENAICA CHAPTER XVII: GREEK LITERATURE, PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE CHAPTER XVIII: LATIN LITERATURE OF THE SILVER AGE CHAPTER XIX: SOCIAL LIFE IN ROME AND ITALY CHAPTER XX: ART FROM NERO TO THE ANTONINES CHAPTER XXI: CLASSICAL ROMAN LAW APPENDIX: THE CHRONOLOGY OF THE PARTHIAN WAR OF TRAJAN; THE ROMAN OCCUPATION OF PALMYRENE; STATIONS ON THE EUPHRATES ; Cambridge Ancient History Series; Vol. 11; 997 pages 
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