Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769
Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769
Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769
Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769
Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769
Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769
Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769
Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769
Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769
Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769
Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769
Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769
Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769
Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769
Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769

Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769

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Title: Handwritten Commonplace Book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, December 1769
Author: E. S. Wilmot, Pet. Coll.
Condition: Fair

A manuscript commonplace book of Scriptural, Greek, and Roman History Notes, written by an E. S. Wilmot, Pet. Coll., dated December 1769.

Among the various notes in this manuscript, there is a large two-page table on Latin literature being a large synopsis from the Early Republic, to the Age of Augustus, all the way to the beginning of the Middle Ages. There is also a two-page section on Roman Antiquities, the foundation of Rome, and information on the Roman Senate.

This manuscript has been bound using a copy of the Greek New Testament.

One commonplace manuscript in quarto, 83 written pages, and many other blank pages, with many pages from a Greek text bound throughout.

On note of condition, this volume is in fair shape, with heavy wear and rubbing at the boards, and stress at the joints. A large portion of pages have been excised from the manuscript, with minor foxing throughout.