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PROCLUS (ca. 410--485)
The fragments that remain of the lost writings of Proclus, surnamed the Platonic successor. Translated from the Greek. By Thomas Taylor.
London: printed for the author. And sold by Black, Young, and Young, 1825.
xi, [1], 113, [7] p. ; 19.0 cm. (8º)

Imprint from verso of the title-page: Printed by J. Moyes. The final six pages contain a list of translations and original works by T. Taylor, a Platonist philosopher and translator who was assistant secretary to the Society of Arts from 1797 to 1806.

Copy Notes Imperfect; wanting the final list of translations and original works (three leaves).

Binding C19th calf, gilt roll-tooled borders, gilt-ruled spine, red spine-label. Bound by Edwin Hutchinson for 2s. 6d., 5 December 1829. (Archives 7/10/17, calf half extra).

Reference Number 4769


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