C. Julii Caesaris quae extant ex emendatione Jos. Scaligeri - 1675.
Full calf leather binding. Four raised bands to spine, gilted decorations to planes and gilt embossed title. Three fold-out maps. Red speckled block edges. Title-page provide in facsimile (copy). First endpaper missing. Front hinge cracked superficially. Loss to headcap exposing headband. Minor loss to tailcap. Bumping to corners. Stains and crumpling to maps, as well as minor loss to some edges (please refer to images). Some dogears and general toning of pages but overall clean. 456+56 and 3 folding maps.
The Commentarii de Bello Gallico, usually known in English as The Gallic Wars, seven books each covering one year of his campaigns in Gaul and southern Britain in the 50s BC, with the eighth book written by Aulus Hirtius on the last two years.
The Commentarii de Bello Civili (The Civil War), events of the Civil War from Caesar's perspective, until immediately after Pompey's death in Egypt.
Other works historically have been attributed to Caesar, but their authorship is in doubt:
De Bello Alexandrino (On the Alexandrine War), campaign in Alexandria;
De Bello Africo (On the African War), campaigns in North Africa; and
De Bello Hispaniensi (On the Hispanic War), campaigns in the Iberian Peninsula.
- Number of Books
- Illustrated, Literature, War history
- Author/ Illustrator
- Gaius Julius Caesar
- Book Title
- C. Julii Caesaris quae extant ex emendatione Jos. Scaligeri.
- Publication year oldest item
- Original language
- Amstelodami, Typis Danielis Elzevirii
- Binding/ Material
- Number of pages
- 11.2×6.4 cm