Huperidou logos epitaphios. The funeral oration of Hyperides over Leosthenes and his comrades in the Lamian war: the fragments ed. with notes and an intr. by C. Babington

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Deighton, Bell and Company London, 1859 - Funeral orations - 58 pages
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