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The first fully annotated, contextualised, and textually authoritative edition of Swift's Irish prose writings from 1726 to 1738.
The only introductory Latin textbook to use texts written by ancient Romans for Latin learners, presented in one volume.
This two-volume edition with Latin commentary of the surviving fragments of the works of minor Greek historians was published in 1870-1.
In this 1912 work, James Breasted discusses the significance of the 'Pyramid Texts' to the understanding of Egyptian religious thought. He is particularly interested in the development of a moral sense in the context of the traditional pantheon, and in the influence of the developing Egyptian empire on its religion.
In 1774, East India Company employee Thomas Forrest c.1729-c.1802 embarked on a year-long voyage to explore the archipelago between Malaysia and New Guinea, in a small boat with a local crew. This 1779 publication describes the islands he visited, their people, and colonial trade, particularly in spices.
By Maria Grey
In this 1889 work, the educationalist and feminist Maria Grey looks back, offering to the young 'the results of her life's thought and experience', and endeavouring to help late-Victorian school-leavers answer the questions 'Where are we going? What was the object of all this school work?'
Later viceroy of India, George Curzon 1859-1925 published this highly regarded two-volume work on Persia in 1892, following his travels in the country. Convinced of the political importance of this region as a buffer against Russian influence, Curzon gives an overview of Persian history, society, geography and politics.
This two-volume edition with commentary in Latin of the surviving fragments of the works of minor Greek historians was published by German philologist Ludwig August Dindorf in 1870-1. Volume 1 contains fragments of the works of Nicolaus Damascenus, Dexippus, Priscus, Eustathius of Epiphania, and Olympiodorus of Thebes, among others.