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History, Ancient -- Pictorial works., History, Anc
Statementprepared by C.T. Seltman.
GenrePictorial works.
ContributionsBury, J. B. 1861-1927., Cook, Stanley Arthur, 1873-1949., Adcock, F. E. 1886-1968., Charlesworth, M. P. 1895-1950., Baynes, Norman Hepburn, 1877-1961., Seltman, Charles Theodore, 1886-1957.
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