Juvenal's Sixteen Satyrs or A Survey of the Manners and Actions of Mankind. With Arguments, Marginall Notes and Annotations clearing the obscure places out of the History, Lawes and Ceremonies of the Romans . . ROBERT STAPLETON, , AND.

Juvenal's Sixteen Satyrs or A Survey of the Manners and Actions of Mankind. With Arguments, Marginall Notes and Annotations clearing the obscure places out of the History, Lawes and Ceremonies of the Romans . . .

Publisher: London: Printed for Henry Moseley, 1647.
Edition: First complete edition in English.
Bibliographical References: Wing J-1291; NCBEL I, 2171; Wither to Prior 816.
Condition: Edges a little rubbed; some slight foxing; very nice copy.
Book ID: 19241

Description

Small 8vo, late 19th century tan calf, brown morocco label, gilt decorations and lettering. Engraved frontis portrait by William Marshall and engraved title by Thomas Rawlins. Final leaf of errata present.

Comments

¶ Juvenal's famous and influential satires, as translated by Robert Stapleton, with useful annotations and a brief biography of the Roman poet. Juvenal’s satires had enormous influence on 18th century English literature, most notably the tenth satire which Johnson imitated in his Vanity of Human Wishes. Prior to this edition, the satires had only been partially translated into English.

Price: $1,750.00