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The Roman History Written in latine By Titus Livius. With The Supplements Of the Learned John Freinshemius, and John Dujatius. From the Foundation of Rome to the middle of the Reign of Augustus. Faithfully done into English


RA Collection: Book

Record number



Uniform Title

[Ab Urbe condita., English., 1686.]

Variant Title

Fasti consulares


London:: Printed for Awnsham Churchill, at the Black Swan in Ave-Mary-Lane, near Paternoster-Row,, MDCLXXXVI.

Physical Description

[12], 3-281, [1], lxxx, 283-346, 351-481, [1], 501-940, [18] p., frontis., [3] pl. (1 fold.). 355 mm. (Quarto).


[Frontis., t.p.] - The Translator's Preface - [2 maps of Rome] - The History Of Titus Livius - The Supplement Of Livy, By John Freinsheim - The History Of Titus Livius [Cont'd.] [with 1 fold. pl.] - Fasti Consulares, Or, A Chronological Catalogue (according to the Marble Records of the Capitol...) ... - The Explanatory Index [i.e. glossary] - The Table [i.e. index] - Errata.

Responsibility Note

Frontispiece and plates are unsigned.


ESTC, R25048


A microfilm version was published in 1982 (Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International).


Acquired between 1769 and 1802. Recorded in RAA Library, Catalogue, 1802.

Binding Note

18th-century calf, upper and lower covers with panels blind-stamped; rebacked in 20th century, retaining much of gilt-decorated spine-piece, red moroco spine-label lettered 'Roman History By Titus Livius'.


Romans - Celebrities - Italy - Rome - Mediterranean Region - History - Maps
Latin literature - 1st century
Translations into English - Translations from Latin - Great Britain - 17th century