C. H. Oldfather

Charles Henry Oldfather (1887–1954) was Professor of Ancient History at the University of Nebraska.

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Cover: Library of History, Volume VI: Books 14-15.19Library of History, Volume VI: Books 14-15.19Diodorus Siculus
Oldfather, C. H.
HARDCOVER01/01/1954$28.00Temporarily unavailable
Cover: Library of History, Volume V: Books 12.41-13Library of History, Volume V: Books 12.41-13Diodorus Siculus
Oldfather, C. H.
HARDCOVER01/01/1950$28.00
Cover: Library of History, Volume IV: Books 9-12.40Library of History, Volume IV: Books 9-12.40Diodorus Siculus
Oldfather, C. H.
HARDCOVER01/01/1946$28.00
Cover: Library of History, Volume III: Books 4.59-8Library of History, Volume III: Books 4.59-8Diodorus Siculus
Oldfather, C. H.
HARDCOVER01/01/1939$28.00
Cover: Library of History, Volume II: Books 2.35-4.58Library of History, Volume II: Books 2.35-4.58Diodorus Siculus
Oldfather, C. H.
HARDCOVER01/01/1935$28.00Temporarily unavailable
Cover: Library of History, Volume I: Books 1-2.34Library of History, Volume I: Books 1-2.34Diodorus Siculus
Oldfather, C. H.
HARDCOVER01/01/1933$28.00
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