A. F. Norman

Albert Francis Norman was Professor of Classics at the University of Hull.

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Cover: Autobiography and Selected Letters, Volume I: Autobiography. Letters 1-50Autobiography and Selected Letters, Volume I: Autobiography. Letters 1-50Libanius
Norman, A. F.
HARDCOVER01/01/1992$28.00
Cover: Autobiography and Selected Letters, Volume II: Letters 51-193Autobiography and Selected Letters, Volume II: Letters 51-193Libanius
Norman, A. F.
HARDCOVER01/01/1992$28.00
Cover: Selected Orations, Volume I: Julianic OrationsSelected Orations, Volume I: Julianic OrationsLibanius
Norman, A. F.
HARDCOVER01/01/1969$28.00
Cover: Selected Orations, Volume II: Orations 2, 19-23, 30, 33, 45, 47-50Selected Orations, Volume II: Orations 2, 19-23, 30, 33, 45, 47-50Libanius
Norman, A. F.
HARDCOVER01/01/1977$28.00
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