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Hortulus

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An attractively presented facsimile copy of the poem in praise of gardening by the 9th century German Benedictine monk Walahfrid "the Squint-eyed", with a biographical introduction by Wilfrid Blunt, parallel text reprint and translation by Raef Payne, and bibliography of editions. Number 2 of The Hunt Facsimile Series. Cream cloth, gilt illus to front and spine titles; ring and other small marks, spine and top edges sunned. Text block edges slightly browned/foxed. Marbled endpapers; owner bookplate front pastedown. Internally unmarked. xii, 92 pp; b&w illus plus facsimile pages (printed on one side only), green illus to translation. Published 1966.

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Author(s):
Walahfrid Strabo ; Wilfrid Blunt
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
4to
Edition:
First thus
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
The Hunt Botanical Library

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An attractively presented facsimile copy of the poem in praise of gardening by the 9th century German Benedictine monk Walahfrid "the Squint-eyed", with a biographical introduction by Wilfrid Blunt, parallel text reprint and translation by Raef Payne, and bibliography of editions. Number 2 of The Hunt Facsimile Series. Cream cloth, gilt illus to front and spine titles; ring and other small marks, spine and top edges sunned. Text block edges slightly browned/foxed. Marbled endpapers; owner bookplate front pastedown. Internally unmarked. xii, 92 pp; b&w illus plus facsimile pages (printed on one side only), green illus to translation. Published 1966.

Author(s):
Walahfrid Strabo ; Wilfrid Blunt
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
4to
Edition:
First thus
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
The Hunt Botanical Library

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