New Chapters in the History of Greek Literature, Second Series: Some Recent Discoveries in Greek Poetry and Prose, Chiefly of the Fourth Century B.C., and Later Times
John Undershell Powell, Eric Arthur Barber
Biblo & Tannen Publishers, 1974 - Literary Criticism - 232 pages
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Later Epic Poetry J U POWELL
New Epigrams from Inscriptions of the fourth
Additions to the chapters on Later Lyric
Διάλογος Διατριβή Μελέτη W M EDWARDS
On two lists of Philosophical works J U POWELL
Corrections of the First Series
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