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1700
(1)

Homer, F. c. S. Râegnier-Desmarais, et al. (1700). Le premier livre de l'Iliade en vers fran∂cois. Avec une Dissertation sur quelques endroits d'Homâere. A Paris,, Chez Jean Anisson.


1706
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Tasso, T., G. Fasano, et al. (1706). La Gierusalemme libberata de lo sio Torquato Tasso, votata a lengua napoletana da Grabiele [i.e. Gabriele] Fasano. Nap[oli], M. L. Muzio.


1707
(1)

Homer, S. Bergler, et al. (1707). Homeri Odyssea ; Batrachomyomachia ; Hymni, & epigrammata : Graece et Latine : Graeca ad principem H. Stephani, ut & ad primam, omnium Demetrii Chalcondylae editionem atque insuper ad codd. mss. sunt excussa : ex Latiniis editis selecta sunt optima, verum ita interpolata, et nova plane versio videri possit. Amstelaedami, Ex officina Wetsteniana.


1710
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Virgil, G. Fabrini, et al. (1710). L'Opere di Virgilio Mantoano, cioáe, la Bucoliica, La Georgica, e l'Eneide, commentate in lingua volgare toscana da Giovanni Fabrini. Venezia,, P. Baglioni.


1711
(1)

Homer, Dacier, et al. (1711). L'Iliade d'Homere, traduite en fran∂cois. Paris,, Rigaud.


1712
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Homer and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1712). The Iliad of Homer. London,.


1714
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Dacier and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1714). Des causes de la corruption du goust. A Paris,, Aux dâepens de Rigaud.

Homer and M. La (1714). L'Iliade. A Paris,, Chez Gregoire Dupuis.

Virgil, N. Brady, et al. (1714). Virgil's ¥neis translated into blank verse. London,, The author.


1715
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Doggrel, I. and A. Pope (1715). Homerides. London,, Printed by W. Wilkins, and sold by J. Roberts.

Homer and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1715). The Iliad of Homer. London,.

La, M., F. c. d. S. d. l. M. Fâenelon, et al. (1715). Reflexions sur la critique. A Paris,, Chez Du Puis.

La, M. and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1715). Homere vengâe. A Paris,, Chez Etienne Ganeau.

Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1715). Apologie d'Homere. A Paris,, Chez Fran∂cois Jouenne.

Terrasson, J. and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1715). Dissertation critique sur l'Iliade d'Homere. A Paris,, Chez Fran∂cois Fournier, et Antoine-Urbain Coustelier.


1716
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Dacier (1716). Homère défendu contre l'Apologie du R. P. Hardouin, ou, Suite des causes de la corruption du goust. A Paris, Chez Jean Baptiste Coignard ...

Dacier and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1716). Homere dâefendu contre l'Apologie du r.p. Hardouin. A Paris,, Chez Jean Baptiste Coignard.

Hardouin, J., J. Boivin, et al. (1716). Apologie d'Homere, oáu l'on explique le veritable dessein de son Iliade, & sa theomythologie. A Paris,, Aux dâepens de Rigaud.

Homer, Dacier, et al. (1716). L'Odyssâee d'Homere, traduite en fran∂cois. Paris,, Aux dãepens de Riguad.

Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1716). L'Homere travesti, ov L'Iliade en vers burlesques. Arnâee de figures en tailles-douces. A Paris,, Chez Pierre Prault.

Virgil and J. Dryden (1716). The works of Virgil: containing his Pastorals, Georgics and ¥neis. London,, Printed by J. Tonson.


1718
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Virgil (1718). The works of Virgil. London,, B. Lintott.


1719
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Le Bossu, R., W. J, et al. (1719). Monsieur Bossv's Treatise of the epick poem. London,, J. Knapton and H. Clements.


1721
(1)

Homer and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1721). The Iliad of Homer. London,.


1722
(1)

Terrasson, J. and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1722). A critical dissertation upon Homer's Iliad. London,.


1723
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Homer, A. M. Salvini, et al. (1723). Odissea d'Omero, tr. dall'original greco in versi sciolti. Firenze,, G. G. Tartini e S. Franchi.


1724
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Valerius Flaccus, G., P. Burmann, et al. (1724). ... Argonauticon, libri octo. Leidµ,.


1725
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Homer, A. Pope, et al. (1725). The Odyssey of Homer. London, Printed for Bernard Lintot.

Homer, A. Pope, et al. (1725). The Odyssey of Homer. London, Printed for Bernard Lintot.

Homer and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1725). The Odyssey of Homer.


1726
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Lucan and G. Corte (1726). Marci Annaei Lucani Pharsalia, sive De bello civili libri X : eidemque adscriptum Carmen ad Pisonem. Lipsiae, Apud I. Frid. Gleditschii b. fil.


1727
(1)

Voltaire (1727). An essay upon the civil wars of France, : extracted from curious manuscripts. : And also upon the epick poetry of the European nations from Homer down to Milton. London, Printed by Samuel Jallasson ... and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster.


1729
(2)

Homer and S. Clarke (1729). Homeri Ilias Graece et Latine. Londini, Typis Guliel. Botham : impensis Jacobi et Johannis Knapton ...

Virgil, F. c. Catrou, et al. (1729). Les poèesies de Virgile; avec des notes critiques & historiques. Paris,, Chez les freres Barbou.


1731
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(1731). Reflexions nouvelles sur l'Iliade d'Homere. Liege,, E. Kints.

Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1731). [ŕuvres diverses. Liege,, E. Kints.


1735
(1)

Virgil, C. d. La Rue, et al. (1735). Opera. Londini, apud J.J. & P. Knapton [etc].


1736
(1)

Blackwell, T. and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1736). An enquiry into the life and writings of Homer. London,.


1737
(1)

Spence, J. (1737). An essay on Mr. Pope's Odyssey. In five dialogues. London,, Printed for S. Wilmot, bookseller in Oxford, and sold by S. Birt, in Ave-Mary Lane, and T. Longman in Pater-noster Row.


1738
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Pemberton, H. (1738). Observations on poetry, especially the epic : occasioned by the late poem upon Leonidas. London, H. Woodfall.

Pemberton, H. (1738). Observations on poetry, especially the epic: occasioned by the late poem upon Leonidas [by Richard Glover]. London,, Brotherton [etc.].

Pemberton, H. and R. Glover (1738). Observations on poetry, especially the epic: occasioned by the late poem upon Leonidas. London,, H. Woodfall.

Pemberton, H. and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1738). Observations on poetry, especially the epic: occasioned by the late poem upon Leonidas [by Richard Glover]. London,, Brotherton [etc.].


1740
(2)

Homer, S. Clarke, et al. (1740). Homeri Ilias, Grµce et Latine. Londini, Impensis Johannis & Pauli Knapton.

Homer, S. Clarke, et al. (1740). Homeri Odyssea, grµce et latine, item Batrachomyomachia, hymni, et epigrammata, Homero vulgáo ascripta. Londini,, impensis Johannis et Pauli Knapton.


1741
(1)

Virgil, T. R. A. Asterius, et al. (1741). P. VergilI Maronis codex antiquissimus a Rufio Turcio Aproniano V.C. distinctus et emendatus qui nunc Florentiae in Bibliotheca Mediceo-Laurentiana adseruatur bono publico typis descriptus. Florentiae, Typis Mannianis.


1742
(1)

De la Mayne, T. H. and Virgil (1742). Love and honour. A dramatick poem: taken from Virgil. London,, Printed by T. Gardner, for the author.


1748
(1)

Virgil, J. Dryden, et al. (1748). The works of Virgil: containing his Pastorals, Georgics and ¥neis. Translated into English verse. London,, Printed for J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper.


1749
(1)

Fitzcotton, H. and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1749). A new, and accurate translation of the first book of Homer's Iliad. Dublin,, Printed by G. Faulkner.


1750
(2)

Homer and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1750). The Iliad of Homer. London,, Printed for Henry Lintot.

Virgil and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1750). Bucolica, Georgica, et Aeneis. Londini,, impensis J. et P. Knapton et Gul, Sandby.


1753
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Baretti, G. M. A. (1753). A dissertation upon the Italian poetry, in which are interspersed some remarks on Mr. Voltaire's essay on the epic poets. London,, Printed for R. Dodsley.

Homer and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1753). The Odyssey of Homer. Glasgow,.

Virgil, A. Strahan, et al. (1753). The first six books of Virgil's ¥neid. London,, Printed for T. Payne and A. Strahan.

Virgil, J. Warton, et al. (1753). The works of Virgil, in Latin and English. The original text correctly printed from the most authentic editions, collated for this purpose. London,, Printed for R. Dodsley.


1754
(2)

Baskerville, J. and Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) (1754). Publii Virgilii Maronis Bucolica Georgica et Aeneis ... : John Baskerville proposes ... to print ... an elegant edition of Virgil. [London, s.n.].

Homer, S. Clarke, et al. (1754). Homeri Ilias, grµce et latine. Londini,, impensis Johannis & Pauli Knapton.


1755
(1)

Virgil, J. Trapp, et al. (1755). [The] works of Virgil: translated into English blank verse. With large explanatory notes, and critical observations. London,, Printed for W. Meadows, and S. Birt.


1757
(2)

Blackwell, T. (1757). An enquiry into the life and writings of Homer. London,.

Virgil (1757). Bucolica, Georgica et Aeneis. Birminghamiae,, typis Johannis Baskerville.


1759
(1)

Homer, L. H. Machen, et al. (1759). [Homåerou hapanta], h.e., Homeri opera omnia. Lipsiae, Impensis G. Theophili Georgii impressit Vdalr. Christianus Saalbach.


1763
(3)

Homer and A. Pope (1763). The Iliad. London,, Printed for T. Osborne.

Macpherson, J. (1763). Temora : an ancient epic poem in eight books; together with several other poems, composed by Ossian, the son of Fingal, translated from the Galic language. Dublin, Printed for A. Leathly and P. Wilson,.

Virgil, A. M. Ambrogi, et al. (1763). Bucolica, Georgica et ¥neis ex cod. mediceo-laurentiano descripta ab Antonio Ambrogi Florentino, S. J. Romµ,, excudebat Joannes Zempel, Venantii Monaldini, bibliopolµ sumptibus.


1764
(1)

Virgil and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1764). P. Virgilii Maronis Opera, cum notis brevioribus, ad usum scholarum. Parisiis,, apud Desaint & Saillant [etc.].


1766
(1)

Virgil (1766). Bucolica, Georgica et ¥neis. Birminghamiµ,, typis Johannis Baskerville.


1768
(1)

Virgil, G. Hernâandez de Velasco, et al. (1768). La Eneida de Virgilio. Madrid,, Imprenta de F.X. Garcâia.


1769
(1)

Virgil, C. d. La Rue, et al. (1769). Opera. Londini,, impensis C. Bathurst [etc.].


1771
(1)

Homer, A. Pope, et al. (1771). The Odyssey of Homer. London,, Printed for J. Whiston Baker [etc.].


1773
(1)

Homer and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1773). The Iliad of Homer. London,.


1775
(1)

Wood, R. and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1775). An essay on the original genius and writings of Homer. London,, Printed by H. Hughs 1775.


1776
(1)

Trumbull, J. (1776). McFingall, a modern epic poem, or, The town-meeting. London, Philadelphia printed; London reprinted for J. Almon ...


1778
(3)

Homer and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1778). Ilias. Glasgouae,.

Maurice, T. and J. Philips (1778). [The Oxonian : a poem in imitation of the Splendid Shilling. [Oxford, Printed for the author.

Virgil, P. Burman, et al. (1778). Bucolica, Georgica, et Aeneis. Glasguae,, in aedibus academicis, excudebat A. Foulis.


1779
(1)

Testu, J., P. J. M. Nevers, et al. (1779). La deffense du poèeme heroèique. A Paris,, Chez Jacques Le Gras, Nicolas Le Gras, Augustin Besoigne, et Claude Audinet.


1780
(1)

Homer (1780). The works of Homer, the celebrated Grecian poet. London.


1781
(2)

Valerius Flaccus, G., P. Burman, et al. (1781). Argonavticon libri octo cvm notis Petri Bvrmanni I. integris et selectis Lvovici Carrionis, aegidii Maserii, Lavrentii Balbi ... et aliorm; recensvit svasqve adnotationes adiecit Theophilvs Christophorvs Harles. Altenbvrgi,, ex officina Richteria.

Virgil and V. P. Petrov (1781). Eneæi.


1782
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Hayley, W. (1782). An essay on epic poetry; in five epistles to the Rev.d Mr. Mason. London,, J. Dodsley.

Hayley, W. (1782). An essay on epic poetry; in five epistles to the Revd. Mr. Mason. With notes. London,, J. Dodsley.

Hayley, W. and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1782). An essay on epic poetry : in five epistles ... with notes. London, J. Dodsley.

Trumbull, J. (1782). M'Fingal a modern epic poem in four cantos. Hartford Conn., Printed by Hudson and Goodwin ..

Voltaire (1782). Saggio sulla poesia epica. Berlino,.


1784
(2)

Blumauer, A., K. W. F. Schaber, et al. (1784). Virgils Aeneis. Wien,, R. Grèaffer.

Virgil and G. Sitillo (1784). L'Eneide di Virgilio Marone; trasportato in ottava rima napoletana da Giancola Sitillo. Napoli,, Presso G. M. Porcelli.


1785
(3)

Homer (1785). L'Iliade : traduction nouvelle. A Lyon, Chez Bernuset, libraire ...

Virgil, R. F. c. P. Brunck, et al. (1785). Bucolica, Georgica, et Aeneis. Argentorati,, sumtibus Bibliopolii academici.

Virgil, C. d. La Rue, et al. (1785). P. Virgilii Maronis Opera. Londini,, typhis M. Brown; impensis C. Bathurst [etc.].


1787
(1)

Homer and P. J. Bitaubâe (1787). L'Iliade d'Homere. Paris,, Impr. de Didot l'aãinâe.


1788
(2)

Homer, F. J. Alegre, et al. (1788). Francisci Xaverii Alegre Mexicani Veracrucensis Homeri Ilias Latino carmine expressa. [Romae], Apud Salvionem, tip. Vaticanum.

Homer, P. J. Bitaubâe, et al. (1788). L'Odyssâee d'Homere avec des remarques; prâecâedâee de Reflexions sur l'Odyssâee et sur la traduction des poèetes. Paris,, Impr. de Didot l'aãine.


1789
(1)

Virgil, R. F. c. P. Brunck, et al. (1789). Bucolica, Georgica et Aeneis. Argentorati,, typis Philippi Jacobi, Dannbach.


1790
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Homer and S. Clarke (1790). Ilias, Graece et Latine. Annotationes in usum Serenissimi Principis Gulielmi Augusti. Londini,, J. F. & C. Rivington.

Homer, A. Pope, et al. (1790). Homer's Odyssey.

Homer, A. Pope, et al. (1790). Homer's Iliad.

Lucan, N. Rowe, et al. (1790). Lucan's Pharsalia. London,.

Murphy, H. and Abecedarian Society (Dublin) (1790). The conquest of Quebec an epic poem in eight books. Dublin, Printed for the author by W. Porter ...

Virgil, M. Vegio, et al. (1790). Opera, pristino nitori restituta, cum notis & variis lectionibus ex codicibus & optimis exemplaribus. Parisiis,, typis Barbou.


1791
(1)

Virgil, J. Dryden, et al. (1791). The works of Virgil. Perth,, Printed by R. Morison, Jr., for R. Morison.


1792
(2)

Homer and W. Cowper (1792). The Iliad and Odyssey of Homer. Dublin, Printed for P. Wogan, P. Byrne, A. Grueber, W. Sleater, W. M'Kenzie, J. Moore, J. Jones, W. Jones, B. Dornin, R. M'Allister, R. White, J. Price, W. Corbet, and A. Porter.

Virgil, J. Dryden, et al. (1792). The works of Virgil. London,, Printed for J. Rivington and Sons.


1793
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(1793). A remarkable account of Guy, who, by strange enterprizes in war, obtained for his bride, Phelice, the daughter of Roband, Earl of Warwick; and after he became the successor of Earl Roband, freely parted with scenes of worldly honor, and lived in poverty, and died in obscurity. : In a poem intirely new. : [Four lines from Mons. de Renty]. [Newburyport, Mass.], Printed by George J. Osborne, Guttemberg's Head, Newburyport.,.

Blumauer, A., K. W. F. Schaber, et al. (1793). Virgils Aeneis travestirt von Blaumauer. Frankfurt, Leipzig,.

Flaxman, J. and T. Piroli (1793). Iliade d'Homere. Rome?, s.n.

Galilei, G. and G. Iseo (1793). Considerazioni al Tasso. Venezia, Dalle Stampa di Sebastiano Valle ...

Virgil and T. C. Donatus (1793). Opera. Parmae,, In Aedibus palatinis, typis Bodonianis.


1794
(2)

Virgil, J. Beresford, et al. (1794). The ¥neid of Virgil. London,, Printed for J. Johnson.

Voss, J. H. and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1794). Mythologische briefe. Kèonigsberg,, F. Nicolovius.


1795
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Flaxman, J. and T. Piroli (1795). Odyssee d'Homere gravâee par Thomas Piroli d'apres les dessins composâes. [Rome?

Homer (1795). Iliad of Homer. Philadelphia,.

Homer, A. Pope, et al. (1795). The Iliad of Homer. Philadelphia, Printed for J. Crukshank ... [and 8 others].

Wolf, F. A. (1795). Prolegomena ad Homerum, sive de operum Homericorum prisca et genuina forma variisque mutationibus et probabili ratione emendandi. Halis Saxonum,, Libraria Orphanotrophei.


1796
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Bryant, J. (1796). A dissertation concerning the war of Troy, and the expedition of the Grecians, as described by Homer : shewing that no such expedition was ever undertaken, and that no such city of Phrygia existed. [S.l., s.n.].

Homer, A. Pope, et al. (1796). The Iliad of Homer. London,, Printed by H. Baldwin.

Homer, A. Pope, et al. (1796). The Odyssey of Homer. London,, T. Longman.

Virgil, C. Alexander, et al. (1796). The works of Virgil. Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts, By Leonard Worcester for David West, of Boston.

Virgil and J. Spitzenberger (1796). Virgils Aeneis. Mèunchen, Bey Joseph Lindauer.

Virgil and G. Wakefield (1796). P. Virgilii Maronis Opera. Londini, Impensis Kearsley.


1797
(1)

Bridges, T., F. Grose, et al. (1797). A burlesque translation of Homer. London, G.G. and J. Robinson.


1798
(3)

Morritt, J. B. S. (1798). A vindication of Homer and of the ancient poets and historians, who have recorded the siege and fall of Troy. York [Eng.], Printed by W. Blanchard, for T. Caddell, jr. and W. Davies, London.

Virgil (1798). Publius Virgilius Maro. Parisiis,, ex officina stereotypa Petri Didot natu maj.

Virgil, P. Didot, et al. (1798). Publius Virgilius Maro. Bucolica, Georgica, et Aeneis. Parisiis,, excudebam Petrus Didot, natu major.


1799
(3)

Bryant, J. and Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) (1799). Some observations upon the Vindication of Homer, and of the ancient poets and historians, who have recorded the siege and fall of Troy. Eton,, Printed by M. Pote, and E. Williams.

Trumbull, J. (1799). M'Fingall a modern epic poem in four cantos. Boston, Printed by Manning and Loring for Ebenezer Larkin ...

Virgil, J. Hunter, et al. (1799). Publii Virgilii Maronis Opera: ad lectiones probatiores diligenter emendata, et interpunctione nova saepius illustrata. Andreapoli, in aedibus academicis excudebat Jacobus Morison.