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MIDDLETON, Conyers (1683--1750)
Germana quædam antiquitatis eruditæ monumenta quibus Romanorum veterum ritus varii tami sacri quam profani, tum Græcorum atque Ægyptorum nonnulli illustrantur, ... ac dissertationibus jam singulis instructa, a Conyers Middleton, ... His appendicis item loco adjuncta est mumiæ Cantabrigiensis descriptio.
Londini apud R. Manby et H.S. Cox, 1745.
xii, [8], 266, [2] p., XXIII pl. (1 fold.) ; 27.7 cm. (4°)

An account of the collection which Middleton, a Cambridge classicist, acquired in Rome and sold to Horace Walpole. Soane may have been particularly interested in the two plates depicting an Egyptian mummy donated to Cambridge University. The half-title reads 'Antiquitates Middletonianæ'. With an errata slip pasted down on page 266 and a list of books printed for Richard Manby and Henry Shute Cox at the end. ESTC t125483.

Binding C18th tree calf, gilt rule borders, gilt tooled spine, dark green morocco spine-label.

Reference Number 2781


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