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INDEX

OF PERSONS AND PLACES MENTIONED IN BK. XXII.

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CAMBRIDGE: PRINTED BY C. J. CLAY, M.A. & SONS, AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS.

BY THE SAME AUTHOR.

LIVY, Book XXI. Edited with Introduction,

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A work full of all the learning of the present century on the subject, passed through the purifying process of a ripe English scholar’s judgment...which University Honor and the better class of Passmen would do well to study.Dub. Univ. Rev., Jan. 1886.

PERSIA: AN ESSAY IN GREEK. 2s.

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· Vol. II. F. A. Paley, M.A., LL.D. 6s. *Tacitus: The Annals. By the Rev. P. Frost. 83, *Terence. By E. St. J. Parry, M.A. 88. Virgil. By J. Conington, M.A, Revised by Professor H. Nettleship.

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