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THE EPHEBIC INSCRIPTIONS OF THE FOURTH CENTURY B.C.
by Reinmuth, O. W
- Very Good with no dust jacket
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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E. J. Brill. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1971. Hardcover. 9004014764 . Book has been rebound in maroon boards with white lettering to spine. Call numbers to spine. Ex-library copy. Former owner has removed front institution plate and covered markings with white plain stickers. ; A study of the Athenian ephebia through a study of the ephebic inscriptions. An attempt to reconstruct a picture of the ephebia, its origins, its purpose, its functioning, its development and it s place in Greek history. ; Mnemosyne, Bibliotheca Classica Batava; 185 pages .
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- Reinmuth, O. W
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- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- E. J. Brill
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- 9004014764, Inscriptions, Epigraphy & Palaeography, Athens & Athenians, Political Science, Greek History
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