DescriptionAlexander Pope, translator. Homer. The Iliad. London: Henry Lintot, 1750. Six volumes, with numerous engravings and fold-out maps.
Alexander Pope, translator. Homer. The Iliad. London: Henry Lintot, 1750. Six twelvemo volumes, with numerous engravings and fold-out maps. Contemporary full mottled calf with red morocco spine labels and gilt titles. Marbled endpapers. Volume three RFEP is adhered to pastedown. Joints of some volumes cracked, with rubbing to extremities. From the library of Fulwar Craven, fourth Baron Craven (d. 1764), with his bookplates to front pastedowns. Overall, a very good set.
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