THE ARGUMENTS OF THE EMPEROR JULIAN AGAINST THE CHRISTIANS. Translated from the Greek Fragments Preserved by Cyril, Bishop of Alexandria; To which are added Extracts from the Other Works of Julian Relative to the Christians. Together with: TWO ORATIONS OF THE EMPEROR JULIAN: One to the Sovereign Sun and the Other to the Mother of the Gods Translated from the Greek with Notes & a Copious Introduction in Which Some of the Greatest Arcana of the Grecian Theology Are Unfolded. Two volumes.

Chicago: Hermetic Publishing, 1932. Limited to 500 copies only. Item #17699

In the original publisher's glassine wrap and the publisher's paper band applied the bindery to keep the volumes together as this printing was only intended to be sold as a set. Top edges gilt; A FINE SET. Arguments: 120 pages. Two Orations: 144 pages. Octavo.

Price: $95.00

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