Hugh Tredennick

Hugh Tredennick (1899–1982) was Professor of Classics at Royal Holloway College and Dean of the Faculty of Arts at London University.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Posterior Analytics. TopicaPosterior Analytics. TopicaAristotle
Tredennick, Hugh
Forster, E. S.
HARDCOVER01/01/1960$28.00
Cover: Categories. On Interpretation. Prior AnalyticsCategories. On Interpretation. Prior AnalyticsAristotle
Cooke, Harold Percy
Tredennick, Hugh
HARDCOVER01/01/1938$28.00
Cover: Metaphysics, Volume II: Books 10-14. Oeconomica. Magna MoraliaMetaphysics, Volume II: Books 10-14. Oeconomica. Magna MoraliaAristotle
Tredennick, Hugh
Armstrong, G. Cyril
HARDCOVER01/01/1935$28.00
Cover: Metaphysics, Volume I: Books 1-9Metaphysics, Volume I: Books 1-9Aristotle
Tredennick, Hugh
HARDCOVER01/01/1933$28.00
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