Liviana excerpta vel chrestomathia liviana . . .
Leipsig: In Bibliopolio Hahniano, 1813. 8vo. iv, 132,  pp. Early nineteenth-century German calf-backed marbled paste-boards. Spine and covers worn. Ownership inscriptions to title and paste-down. Pencil annotations, and a few inkblot doodles to end-papers. Item #11041
Third edition. A school textbook consisting of edited excerpts from the Roman historian Titus Livius (Livy) by Karl Ludwig Bauer (1730-90). Bauer has been characterized as "learned and industrious and dull." The present copy, the third "more correct" edition of Bauer's work, is distinguished by an early owner's very strange ink drawings, with wah, apparently of Baucis and Philemon being transformed into linden and oak trees.