Walter Miller

Samuel Walter Miller (1864–1949) taught classics and archaeology at Missouri, Stanford, and Tulane, and as a member of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens led the first American excavation in Greece.

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Cover: Cyropaedia, Volume I: Books 1-4Cyropaedia, Volume I: Books 1-4Xenophon
Miller, Walter
HARDCOVER01/01/1914$28.00
Cover: Cyropaedia, Volume II: Books 5-8Cyropaedia, Volume II: Books 5-8Xenophon
Miller, Walter
HARDCOVER01/01/1914$28.00
Cover: On DutiesOn DutiesCicero
Miller, Walter
HARDCOVER01/01/1913$28.00
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