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Product NameMulierum Græcarum Quae Oratione Prosa Usae Sunt Fragmenta Et Elogia Graece Et Latine Cum Virorum Doctorum Notis Et Indicibus Accedit Catalogus ... Apud Graecos Romanos (Latin Edition)
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Parallel Greek and Latin texts. Titlepage in red and black. A reissue of the 1735 edition, 'Hamburgi, apud Abraham Vandenhoeck', with a cancel titlepage.

Londini : apud Ioannem Nourse, 1739. [8],465,[11]p. ; 4°
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