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Fri Mar 21 17:15:17 2014 UTClccn-n000361730.00Autograph letters signed from William Smith, St. Johns Wood, to Charles John Kean0.580.81A history of Greece, from earliest times to the Roman conquest. With supplementary chapters on the history of literature and art88890045William_Smith_(lexicographer)n 000361735218346Smith (1813-1893).Smith, G., 1813-1893Smith, Guglielmo, 1813-1893Smith, WilliamSmith, William, 1813-1893Smith, William GeorgeSmith, William George, 1813-1893Smith, William JrSumisu, Uiriamu Jōji, 1813-1893スミス, ウイリアムlccn-n82252042Wace, Henry1836-1924edtlccn-no96040858Anthon, Charles1797-1867edtlccn-n79128947Peloubet, F. N.(Francis Nathan)1831-1920edtlccn-n89654202Hall, Theophilus D.edtlccn-no94007554Cheetham, Samuel1827-edtlccn-n84077741Blakeney, Edward Henry1869-1955adpedtlccn-n80005416Gibbon, Edward1737-1794lccn-n79128946Peloubet, M. A. T.(Mary Abby Thaxter)edtlccn-n90604263Marindin, G. E.(George Eden)1841-1939edtlccn-n88111705Lockwood, JohnSir-1965edtSmith, William1813-1893HistoryDictionariesBiographyPeriodicalsPortraitsBiography‡vDictionariesTextbooksEncyclopediasGazetteersCriticism, interpretation, etcRome (Empire)Byzantine EmpireClassical dictionariesGreeceBibleFathers of the churchChristian biographyBiographyClassical geographyLatin languageEnglish literaturePeriodicalsEnglish languageChristian antiquitiesAntiquitiesBible.--Old TestamentJewsHistory of Biblical eventsGeography, AncientHistorical geographyGibbon, Edward,MythologyItaly--RomeClassical biographyMythology, ClassicalClassical antiquitiesChurch history--Primitive and early churchMythology, GreekMythology, RomanCivilizationChronology, GreekChronology, RomanTravelChristian literature, EarlyStudy skillsDummies (Bookselling)History, AncientEurope--Holy Roman EmpireArt, GreekGreek literatureTheology, DoctrinalEncyclopedias and dictionariesChurch historyWashington, George,History of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire (Gibbon, Edward)ChristianityEuropeItalyFathers of the church (Title)Manners and customs181318931813181618221827182818311837183818401842184318441845184618471848184918501851185218531854185518561857185818591860186118621863186418651866186718681869187018711872187318741875187618771878187918801881188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193119321933193419361937193819401941194219431945194619471948194919501952195319551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968197019711972197319741976197719791980198119831984198519861987198819901991199319941995199619971999200020012002200420052006200720082009201020122013236485403491937DE5ocn001595911ocn001085058ocn002371051ocn002571267ocn005320905ocn002222351ocn002460160ocn000410866ocn001078002ocn003212573ocn002504443ocn004989301ocn006228146ocn006568552ocn003760625ocn610327859ocn679735228ocn002948538ocn682530806ocn700391414ocn003526228ocn799321303ocn441429213ocn7609306961670203ocn013329986book18000.53Smith, WilliamA dictionary of the BibleEncyclopediasDictionariesMore than 6,000 detailed definitions, articles, and illustrations+-+56570703251246169ocn002200700book18000.59Smith, WilliamSmaller classical dictionaryHistoryMapsDictionaries1240130ocn006716042book18420.66Smith, WilliamA dictionary of Greek and Roman antiquitiesBiographyBiography DictionariesDictionaries118678ocn000405334book18440.66Smith, WilliamDictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythologyBiographyBiography DictionariesDictionaries+-+675566093690169ocn002371051book18530.70Smith, WilliamDictionary of Greek and Roman geographyEncyclopediasGazetteersDictionariesThis work is an historical as well as a geographical one. An account is given of the political history both of countries and cities under their respective names; and an attempt is made to trace, as far as possible, the history of the more important buildings of the cities, and to give an account of their present condition, wherever they still, exist+-+86556609368414ocn697292719file19000.28Smith, WilliamThe history of rome from earliest times to the establishment of the EmpireHistoryThis detailed history of Rome covers from the earliest times (including the foundation of the city) to the establishment of the Empire, and has been specially formatted for today's e-book readers. Featuring many illustrations, including coins, buildings, busts and more, this excellent book is one of the most well respected within the classical civilisation field. Subject matters covered include politics, architecture, day-to-day life and much more. The book is written in an educational style, full of interesting facts and detailed analysis+-+396743493632482835ocn001113401book18770.59Smith, WilliamA dictionary of Christian biography, literature, sects and doctrines: being a continuation of "The dictionary of the Bible"BiographyDictionariesAn astonishing compendium of biographical information, particularly of the early church, the Roman, Greek and patristic periods. Covers from the time of the Apostles to the time of Charlemagne. For anyone serious about the early church and the people who made indelible marks in its story, this is a fundamental resource+-+4653942696802159ocn001456662book18530.81Smith, WilliamA history of Greece, from earliest times to the Roman conquest. With supplementary chapters on the history of literature and artHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc61376ocn820931594book18450.63Gibbon, EdwardThe history of the decline & fall of the Roman empireHistoryPortraits"Edward Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire compresses thirteen turbulent centuries into an epic narrative shot through with insight, irony and incisive character analysis." "Famously sceptical about Christianity, unexpectedly sympathetic to the barbarian invaders and the Byzantine Empire, constantly aware of how political leaders often achieve the exact opposite of what they intend, Gibbon was alert to both the broad pattern of events and the significant revealing detail. Attacked for its enlightened views on politics, sexuality and religion, the first volume was none the less soon to be found 'on every table' and was widely acclaimed for the elegance of its prose. Gripping, powerfully intelligent and wonderfully entertaining, it is the greatest work of history in the English language, and ranks as one of the literary masterpieces of its age." "This abridgement is based on David Womersley's three-volume Penguin Classics edition of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Complete chapters from all three volumes, linked by extended bridging passages, capture the style, the argument and the architecture of the whole work." --Book Jacket6136ocn001763249serial0.59The Quarterly reviewPeriodicals61335ocn001063579book18700.53Smith, WilliamA copious and critical English-Latin dictionary : to which is added a dictionary of proper namesDictionaries+-+738003343658541ocn001595911book18750.63Smith, WilliamA dictionary of Christian antiquities. Being a continuation of the 'Dictionary of the Bible'BiographyDictionaries52115ocn003605543book19760.27Smith, WilliamChambers/Murray Latin-English dictionaryDictionaries+-+685546500550813ocn002360143book19110.59Wace, HenryA dictionary of Christian biography and literature to the end of the sixth century A.D., with an account of the principal sects and heresiesDictionariesA remarkably comprehensive work, this volume evolved from the distinguished four-volume Dictionary of Christian Biography and Literature. For anyone serious about the early church and the people who made indelible marks in its story, this is a fundamental resource. Features reliable sketches of major Christian personalities of the first six centuries; Analyzes the documents, creeds, and literature of the early church and its opponents; Describes the principal sects and heretics of early Christianity, including discussions of the theological tendencies of these opponents; Covers more than 600 years of church history in one convenient volume. - Publisher+-+720581010647755ocn005776236book18840.29Smith, WilliamA dictionary of the BiblePeriodicalsDictionariesComprising its antiquities, biography, geography, natural history and literature with the latest researches and references to the revised version of the New Testament+-+5971552645420113ocn005592517book18600.76Smith, WilliamA smaller history of Rome, from the earliest times to the establishment of the empireHistoryTextbooks4035ocn000744302book19660.28Smith, WilliamThe new Smith's Bible dictionaryDictionariesLists and defines Bible terms and proper nouns38368ocn002775910book18500.81Smith, WilliamA new classical dictionary of Greek and Roman biography, mythology, and geography, partly based upon the Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythologyBiographyDictionaries+-+804424716632438163ocn003329916book18650.63Smith, WilliamThe Old Testament history : from the creation to the return of the Jews from captivityHistoryTextbooks38018ocn001084048book18750.66Smith, WilliamA dictionary of Greek and Roman antiquitiesDictionaries41ocn017373165book18710.63Gibbon, EdwardThe history of the decline & fall of the Roman empireHistoryPortraits"Edward Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire compresses thirteen turbulent centuries into an epic narrative shot through with insight, irony and incisive character analysis." "Famously sceptical about Christianity, unexpectedly sympathetic to the barbarian invaders and the Byzantine Empire, constantly aware of how political leaders often achieve the exact opposite of what they intend, Gibbon was alert to both the broad pattern of events and the significant revealing detail. Attacked for its enlightened views on politics, sexuality and religion, the first volume was none the less soon to be found 'on every table' and was widely acclaimed for the elegance of its prose. Gripping, powerfully intelligent and wonderfully entertaining, it is the greatest work of history in the English language, and ranks as one of the literary masterpieces of its age." "This abridgement is based on David Womersley's three-volume Penguin Classics edition of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Complete chapters from all three volumes, linked by extended bridging passages, capture the style, the argument and the architecture of the whole work." --Book Jacket11ocn463629367bookSmith, WilliamAutograph letters signed from William Smith, St. Johns Wood, to Charles John KeanManuscriptsAll three letters are addressed "My dear sir," but recipient is almost certainly Charles Kean. (1) gives information about priests of Apollo. (2) gives feedback on the decision to set the trial of Hermione in a theater. (3) expresses delight with the recipient's Winter's tale. Address on letters: 31 Regent's Villas, St. John's Wood+-+3967434936324+-+3967434936324Fri Mar 21 15:15:51 EDT 2014batch69155