Spine title: Duncan's art of weaving. End plates: "Drawn by John Duncan. Eng.d by Kirkwood & Sons, Edin."; Additional electronic version available through Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/practicaldescri00dunc
Editing attributed to: Johan van Broekhuizen; Signatures: *-2*Ä, 3*Â, A-3YÄ, 3ZÂ; Sig. *1r is engraved title page; Includes bibliographical references and indexes; Engraved half-title by Willem de Broen after Joseph Mulder
Horses -- Early works to 1800; Horsemanship -- Early works to 1800; Horses -- Diseases; Cattle -- Diseases; Veterinary medicine -- Early works to 1800
Remainder of title page transcription (following the author's name): Diuisa in dieci libri: ne' quali, oltre gli ordini appartenenti alla caualleria, si descriuono tutti i particolari, che sono necessarij nell'alleuare, custodire, maneggiare, &...
Exhibited: A Taste for the Antique, organized by the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Library, 1994-5. Remainder of imprint: published by J. Taylor, at The Architectural Library, No. 59, High Holburn, 1808 : Printed by S. Gosnell, Little...
Cover title; Title pages vary slightly; Edited by Mary E. Bradford; No. 2: 3d ed., 1895; Additional electronic version of Book No. 2. 1892 available through Internet Archive: https://archive.org/details/treatiseonlacema02brad
Jesus Christ -- History of doctrines -- Early works to 1800; Christianity -- Early works to 1800; Crosses -- Early works to 1800; Crucifixion -- Early works to 1800
Translated by the author from his Italian work of 1610, on the same subject; Engraved title page, woodcut initials and tail-pieces; Illustrated title page engraved by Cornelis Galle after Rubens, signed in the plate: "Pet. Paul Rubenius inuenit. -...
Women -- Biography;
Women -- History;
Aristides of Thebes, active 4th century B.C.;
Barocci, Federigo, 1528-1612;
Bloemaert, Cornelis, 1603-1692;
Bosse, Abraham, 1602-1676;
Bramer, Leonard, 1596?-1674;
Decker, Jeremias de, 1609-1666;
Includes index; Errors in pagination throughout; Notes on preliminary end-paper and in text margins by Professor Held; Professor Held identifies artists, “after”, whose work is executed by engravers in this volume; for example Van Sichem’s...