Lot 454 of 471:
Homeric Games at an Ancient St. Andrews  

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Title:
Homeric Games at an Ancient St. Andrews: An Epyllium Edited from a Comparatively Modern Papyrus and Shattered by Means of the Higher Criticism

Author:
Shewan, Alexander

Place:
Edinburgh

Publisher:
James Thin

Date:
1911

Description:

xii, 158 pp. Illustrated with plates from photographs and drawings. (8vo), cloth, gilt-lettered spine. First Edition.

This volume contains much on the history of golf in St. Andrews. Not listed in the standard golf bibliographies.


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Condition:
Spine a touch faded, endpapers browned; near fine.

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Item number:
289572a
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