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Author: Cebes, of Thebes.
Title: The tablet of Cebes the Theban philosopher, or, A true emblem of human life with an additional treatise concerning tranquillity of mind / written by Hipparchus and translated by Robert Warren.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The tablet of Cebes the Theban philosopher, or, A true emblem of human life with an additional treatise concerning tranquillity of mind / written by Hipparchus and translated by Robert Warren.
Cebes, of Thebes., Hipparchus,

Cambridge [Cambridgeshire]: For John Pindar, 1699.
Alternate titles: Tabula. English. 1699
Notes:
"An excellent treatise concerning peace of conscience" has special t.p.
Imperfect: tightly bound with loss of print.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A31460.0001.001

Contents
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TO The REVEREND, WOR∣THY, and TRULY LEARNED, Mr JOSHUA BARNES, Batchelour of Divinity, Se∣nior Fellow of EMMANUEL College in CAMBRIDGE, AND The KING's GREEK PROFESSOR in that UNIVERSITY.
AN ADMONITION To the READER.
THE TABLET OF CEBES THE THEBAN PHILOSOPHER.
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A TREATISE OF Peace of Conscience.
APELLES HIS TABLE Being A PICTURE of humane Life Now Rendred into English.
APELLES HIS First PICTURE.
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ENVY Unmask'd And INNOCENCY Rewarded.
APPELLES HIS PICTURE OF CALUMNY.
The MORAL of APELLES HIS PICTURE.
The CONCLUSION. An Admonition concerning the Shortness of Life.
The CONTEMPT OF DEATH.