Amstelædami: Apud Henricum Wetstenium, MDCVIIIC (1692). Full leather. Octavo, 20 x 12cm, extra engraved t.p., t.p. is red and black, , 672, , 561-588, , 46,  pages, 31 unnumbered leaves of plates (1 folded) : illustrations, portraits.
Signatures: * - **6, A - 2M8, *2N-*2T8, *2V2, 2N-2Z8, 3A3.
Later (18th century?) full leather binding, five raised bands on the spine, title in second panel, gilt floral design five other panels. Numerical annotations in ink at front paste down ffep, horizontal tear (6.5cm) on p.11. Lacks 3A4, which was a blank. Very good. Item #667
Lucius Annaeus Florus (circa 74 – 130 AD) was an African born Roman historian who lived in the time of Trajan and Hadrian. Despite inaccuracies in chronology and geography, his Epitome of Roman History was popular in the Middle Ages and survived as a textbook into the 19th century.