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The pantheon: or, Fabulous history of the heathen gods, goddesses, heroes, &c., : Explained in a manner entirely new Adorned with figures from ancient paintings, medals and gems With a dissertation on the theology and mythology of the heathens, from the writings of Moses; the ægyptian, Græcian, Roman, and Eastern historians, philosophers, poets, &c., / By Samuel Boyse With an appendix By William Cooke.

Author: Boyse, Samuel, 1708-1749.
Other Names: Cooke, William, d. 1780.
Wogan, Patrick.
Cross A., fl. 1809.
Smith, G. L.
Gwim, James, fl. 1720-1769.
Brook, N.
B. W. & G., papermaker.
Tullabeg College, former owner;
Pollard Collection, former owner
Edition: The tenth edition. To which is now first added, a further illustration of the Dii Majores of the Romans
Published: Dublin : printed for P. Wogan, and A. Cross, 1809.
Physical Description: xii, 284, [16] p, 15 plates 19.2 cm. (12°. A-2C⁶)
Notes: Edition: First printed: London, 1753.
Printing: Final leaf is blank.
Illustrations: Engravings by G.L. Smith after J. Gwim (signed in some editions but not this ed.). The plates are shorter than the leaves of text, suggesting that they were re-used from an earlier edition.
Paper: printed on a combination of laid and wove paper. Laid paper watermarked: Coat of arms / N. BROOK; wove paper watermarked: BW & G.
Includes index.
Osborne Coll., not recorded.
Provenance: With former owner's ink stamp of Tullabeg College (Co. Offaly) and handwritten shelf label. From the Pollard Collection of children's books.
Binding Information: Bound in contemporary blue-grey paper boards with cream paper spine, now (2009) defective.
Subject: Gods, Greek -- Early works to 1800.
Gods, Roman -- Early works to 1800.
Mythology, Classical -- Early works to 1800.
Genre: Juvenile literature -- Irish -- 18th century
Language: English
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
Collection: Pollard Collection - TCD
Location: Early Printed Books Stacks (use call slip)
Shelfmark: OLS POL 493