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The Syntax of High School Latin : Statistics and Selected Examples Arranged under Grammatical Headings and in Order of Occurrence by Fifty Collaborators

By Byrne, Lee

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Title: The Syntax of High School Latin : Statistics and Selected Examples Arranged under Grammatical Headings and in Order of Occurrence by Fifty Collaborators  
Author: Byrne, Lee
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Language: English
Subject: Latin language, Italic languages and dialects, Lazio (Italy)
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1909
Publisher: Chicago; The University of Chicago press

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B. 187, B. L. (1909). The Syntax of High School Latin : Statistics and Selected Examples Arranged under Grammatical Headings and in Order of Occurrence by Fifty Collaborators. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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