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. 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. (Item ID: 17699)