Bibliographisches Lexicon der gesammten Litteratur der Griechen, Volume 2

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A. F. Böhme, 1839 - Greek literature
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Page 484 - Eutrope. expliquée en français, suivant la méthode des collèges par deux traductions, l'une littérale et interlinéaire. avec la construction du grec dans l'ordre naturel des idées; l'autre, conforme au génie de la langue française, précédée du texte pur et accompagnée de notes explicatives, d'après les principes de MM. de Port-Royal. Dumarsais. Beauzée et des plus grands maîtres ; par J. (îenouille. — Paris (A. Delalain) 1834, 8°. 49 pp.— = [Par.. 8».
Page 201 - Written originally in Greek by Heliodorus, in ten Books ; the first five translated by a Person of Quality ; the last five by Nahum Tale, 8vo.
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