Leyden: apud Conradum & Georgum Wishoff, 1734.
First combined edition. Engraved general title by Bleyswyck, additional printed title in red and black. , 344,  pp.; separate title page (Dd4) for second title, misbound at rear, along with Contents leaf. Two parts, with continuous pagination. 1 vols. 4to. Contemporary full mottled Dutch calf, gilt spine, red leather title label. Small rectangular excision from lower margin of half-title leaf. some slight darkening at edges Item #59334
Collects two works by the prolific Dutch scholar and Roman historian, Pieter Burmann. The first deals with a Roman tax called the "vectigal", which was applied to revenue "derived from public land, mines, salt-works. etc., and in general to rents derived from State property." - Oxford Classical Dictionary (1949).
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