Life and literature in the Roman republic. by Tenney Frank

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley, Calif .

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  • Latin literature -- History and criticism.

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SeriesSather classical lectures -- v.7.
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Pagination250 p.
Number of Pages250
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Open LibraryOL13549134M

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