The Classics for the Million: Being an Epitome in English of the Works of the Principal Greek and Latin Authors : [appx.].

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Griffith & Farran, 1881 - English literature - 348 pages

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Contents

CICERO
222
HORACE
265
A D
280
19
290
104
299
107
309
TACITUS
317
118
326

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