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Greek Folk Religion

by Martin P. Nilsson (Author); Darby Nock (Foreword)

Condition: Very Good

New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, Inc., 1961. 1st Harper Torchbook Ed Published 1961 . Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo or 8° (Medium Octavo): 7¾" x 9¾" tall. Herbert Levitt (Cover Design). 166 pp. Solidly bound copy with moderate external wear, crisp pages and clean text.

  • Bookseller: gearbooks US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 1BislDd0040
  • Title: Greek Folk Religion
  • Author: Martin P. Nilsson (Author); Darby Nock (Foreword)
  • Illustrator:Herbert Levitt (Cover Design)
  • Format/binding:Trade Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: 1st Harper Torchbook Ed Published 1961
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, Inc.
  • Place: New York
  • Date published: 1961
  • Keywords: Greek Studies, Religious Studies
  • Size: 8vo or 8° (Medium Octavo): 7¾" x 9¾" tall


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