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    M. Rostovtzeff. A History of the Ancient World. Volume I: The Orient and Greece. [and:] Volume II: Rome. Oxford: Clarendon Press, [1936 and 1938]. Publisher's full green cloth. Spines leaning. Rubbing, soiling, wear, and light staining to extremities. Spines and corners bumped. Toning and thumbsoiling on textblock edges, head edges darkened. Over-opened in some places, exposing mull cloth. Rear flyleaves and rear covers separating in both volumes. Ink initials on rfep. Staining on rear paste-downs. Front hinge of Volume I cracked. Fair. From the Krown & Spellman Collection.

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    March, 2015
    26th Thursday
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