The Battle of the Books: History and Literature in the Augustan Age

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The frontispiece to Swift's Battle of the Books (1710) frontis
The frontispiece to A Tale of a Tub (1710)113
The frontispiece to the English translation of François de Callières's Histoire poétique de la guerre réemment déclarée entre les anciens et les modernes (1714)130
The shield of Achilles designed by Jean Boivin147
The Apotheosis of Homer177
Alexander Pope's design for the shield of Achilles214
Charles Jervas's engraving of the bust of Homer for Pope's Iliad215
The frontispiece to Alexander Pope's Dunciad Variorum (1729)237
An illustrated page of antiquities and fossils from the new edition of Camden's Britannia, ed. Edmund Gibson (1695)333
A Saxon manuscript illustration of St. Dunstan from Hickes's Thesaurus (1703-1705)357
Some Roman inscriptions in Horsley's Britannia Romana (1731)395
A map of the Roman wall from Horsley's Britannia Romana (1731)399

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