Wilmer C. Wright

Wilmer Cave Wright (1868–1951) was Professor of Greek at Bryn Mawr College.

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Cover: Julian, Volume I: Orations 1–5Julian, Volume I: Orations 1–5Julian
Wright, Wilmer C.
HARDCOVER01/01/1913$28.00
Cover: Julian, Volume II: Orations 6–8. Letters to Themistius, To the Senate and People of Athens, To a Priest. The Caesars. MisopogonJulian, Volume II: Orations 6–8. Letters to Themistius, To the Senate and People of Athens, To a Priest. The Caesars. MisopogonJulian
Wright, Wilmer C.
HARDCOVER01/01/1913$28.00
Cover: Julian, Volume III: Letters. Epigrams. Against the Galilaeans. FragmentsJulian, Volume III: Letters. Epigrams. Against the Galilaeans. FragmentsJulian
Wright, Wilmer C.
HARDCOVER01/01/1923$28.00
Cover: Lives of the Sophists. Eunapius: Lives of the Philosophers and SophistsLives of the Sophists. Eunapius: Lives of the Philosophers and SophistsPhilostratus
Eunapius
Wright, Wilmer C.
HARDCOVER01/01/1921$28.00
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