STC, Suppl., 4. Adams A 1352. Hofmann I, 222. Graesse I, 168. Ebert 845. Brunet I, 356. Schweiger I, 39. Renouard 155, 4. Schreiber 223. – Griechisch-lateinische Parallelausgabe. "Second, but first complete edition of Appianus; the editio princeps had been published by Charles Estienne in 1551. In this second edition Henri Estienne incorporates the Iberica (‘Wars in Spain’) and Hannibalica (‘Hannibalic Wars’), which had not yet been discovered when the editio princeps was published, and which he himself brought back from Italy and first published separately in 1557. Estienne had also added 72 pages of very valuable Annotationes" (Schreiber). – S. 149/150 nach S. 151/152 eingebunden, S. 487/488 doppelt vorhanden, Innengelenke und Block gebrochen, gebräunt, fleckig.
Greek-Latin parallel edition. – P. 149/150 bound in after p. 151/152, p. 487/488 existing twice, inner joints and block broken, browned, soiled. – Contemporary gilt stamped limp vellum (clasp ribbons missing, scratched, scuffed, soiled).