SENECA: THE WORKS: Of Benefits; The Epistles; A Discourse of Providence; A Treatise of Anger; A Discourse of Clemencie; A Tract of Blessed Life; The Tranquilitie and Peace of the Minde; The Constancie of a Wise Man; The Shortness of Life; Of Comfort; Of C With 'The Life of Lucius Annaeus Seneca' by Lipsius; 'To the Reader' by Thom. Lodge; and 'An Epistle to the Translatour'' by W. R.

SENECA, Lucius Annaeus (Translated by Thomas Lodge)
Published by William Stansby in London 1620
SKU: 57835
Small Folio (approx. 29.5 x 20cm) hardback in modern half brown morocco, raised bands, gilt to spine and brown cloth boards. All edges speckled red/brown. New endpapers. Lacking title page and earlier part of The Life, starting at 'd'. Introduction etc. unnumbered. Main text 921pp. plus unnumbered Table section at end. Decorative chapter heads and tailsand initial caps. Small page numbers to first and last sections hand-written in margins. Small signature to top of first page and large calligraphic rendering of Seneca's name to blank facing p.143. A few pages at front and rear have had edges professionally reinforced. Occasional light foxing, handling marks and small ink splashes. Slight rubbing to spine and corner edges. A GOOD+ COPY.

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