Caesar's Gallic War. With Introduction, Notes, Vocabulary and Grammatical Appendix
by Walker, Arthur, Tappan
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Chicago: Scott, Foreman and Company, 1906 A slightl;y shaken book however binding is intact. A revised edition of the original first published 1891 by C.M.Lowe and J.T. Ewing. Very faint pencilling on some of the translations but does not interfere with legibilty. All maps and illustrations present. Book is slightly cocked, has dark green cloth boards which have shelf rubbing leading to small bleaching of the colour. Some minor fraying to head and tail of spine and rubbing to all edges.
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- Caesar's Gallic War. With Introduction, Notes, Vocabulary and Grammatical Appendix
- Walker, Arthur, Tappan
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- Scott, Foreman and Company
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- Revised Edition Lowe Ewing History Gallic War
- 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall
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