"The Destruction of Troy" by Raoul Lefèvre, 1684
|Title and Author/Editor||The Destruction of Troy (Raoul Lefèvre)|
|Printer||The Three Bibles|
|Period||Late 17th Century|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of Books||1|
|Additional Notes||An 1684 edition of Raoul Lefèvre’s The Fall of Troy, three books bound in one. This volume contains The Destruction of Troy, the First Book. Wherein is shewed The Linage of Saturn, The Destruction of Troy, the Second Book. Wherein is contained The Powers of the Valiant Hercules, with His Marvellous Deeds, Wonderful Works; And of his Death, and The Destruction of Troy, the Third Book. Wherein is shewed How the City of Troy was by Priamus, Son of King, Laomedon, re-edified and repaired, more strong, and better fortified, than ever it was before.|
- contemporary binding, bent and bowed covers, toning and foxing, edge wear, and some chips, creases, and tears to pages.