THE LIVES OF THE NOBLE GRECIANS AND ROMANES, COMPARED TOGETHER BY THAT GRAVE LEARNED PHILOSOPHER & HISTORIOGRAPHER, PLUTARKE OF CHÆRONEA
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- THE LIVES OF THE NOBLE GRECIANS AND ROMANES, COMPARED TOGETHER BY THAT GRAVE LEARNED PHILOSOPHER & HISTORIOGRAPHER, PLUTARKE OF CHÆRONEA
- (SHAKESPEARE HEAD PRESS). PLUTARCH
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- Biography and Memoir
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