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Diodorus Siculus - Diodorus of Sicily, with an English Translation by C H Oldfather in Twelve Volumes. Volume II only - Books II, 34-end, III, & IV, 1-58 by Diodorus Siculus; C H Oldfather (Translated) - Hardcover - Reprint - 1961 - from Bailgate Books Ltd and Biblio.com

Diodorus Siculus - Diodorus of Sicily, with an English Translation by C H Oldfather in Twelve Volumes. Volume II only - Books II, 34-end, III, & IV, 1-58

by Diodorus Siculus; C H Oldfather (Translated)

Condition: Very Good Condition/Very Good


William Heinemann Ltd.; Harvard University Press. Loeb Classical Library series, London; Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1961. Reprint. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Very Good. Clean firm green covers with gilt lettering. Pale green dust-jacket with green lettering. Sound binding. Clean pages. Crisp clean fold-out colour map. One volume of the 12-volume set. Text is in English & Greek. Dust-jacket in non-adhesive clear protective sleeve. North Riding Library, stamps and labels, sound binding, clean pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 04119111043..

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