J. C. Yardley

J. C. Yardley is Professor of Classics, Emeritus, at the University of Ottawa.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: History of Rome, Volume VIII: Books 28–30History of Rome, Volume VIII: Books 28–30Livy
Yardley, J. C.
HARDCOVER06/15/2021$28.00
Cover: History of Rome, Volume VII: Books 26–27History of Rome, Volume VII: Books 26–27Livy
Yardley, J. C.
HARDCOVER12/01/2020$28.00
Cover: History of Rome, Volume VI: Books 23–25History of Rome, Volume VI: Books 23–25Livy
Yardley, J. C.
HARDCOVER06/09/2020$28.00
Cover: History of Rome, Volume V: Books 21–22History of Rome, Volume V: Books 21–22Livy
Yardley, J. C.
HARDCOVER12/03/2019$28.00
Cover: History of Rome, Volume XI: Books 38–40History of Rome, Volume XI: Books 38–40Livy
Yardley, J. C.
HARDCOVER06/01/2018$28.00
Cover: History of Rome, Volume X: Books 35–37History of Rome, Volume X: Books 35–37Livy
Yardley, J. C.
HARDCOVER01/08/2018$28.00
Cover: History of Rome, Volume IX: Books 31–34History of Rome, Volume IX: Books 31–34Livy
Yardley, J. C.
HARDCOVER06/19/2017$28.00
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