Title page in red and black
Frontis. portrait (plate) of the translator signed: P. Lombart sculpsit Londini
Some plates signed by David Logan, A. Hertocks, and Corn. Caukerek
Text and register continuous despite pagination
Signatures: pi1 2pi² A-C² D-2Z⁴ 3A²
Portions also available as a digital reproduction
Item information about Folger 144- 364f
Manuscript shelf-marks. Provenance: book-label of Kimbolton Castle; purchased by Folger from McLeish, 30 March 1954
Also known as
Uniform title: Odyssey. English
Extended title: Homer his Odysses translated : adorn'd with sculpture, and illustrated with annotations, by John Ogilby, Esq. master of His Majesties revells in the kingdom of Ireland
associated with: Ogilby, John, 1600-1676
printmaker: Hertocks, A.
printmaker: Caukercken, Cornelis van, 1626-1680
printmaker: Loggan, David, 1635-1700?
former owner: Montagu family