Horace Leonard Jones

Horace Leonard Jones (1879–1954) was Professor of Greek at Cornell University.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Geography, Volume I: Books 1-2Geography, Volume I: Books 1-2Strabo
Jones, Horace Leonard
HARDCOVER01/01/1917$28.00
Cover: Geography, Volume II: Books 3-5Geography, Volume II: Books 3-5Strabo
Jones, Horace Leonard
HARDCOVER01/01/1923$28.00
Cover: Geography, Volume III: Books 6-7Geography, Volume III: Books 6-7Strabo
Jones, Horace Leonard
HARDCOVER01/01/1924$28.00
Cover: Geography, Volume IV: Books 8-9Geography, Volume IV: Books 8-9Strabo
Jones, Horace Leonard
HARDCOVER01/01/1927$28.00
Cover: Geography, Volume V: Books 10-12Geography, Volume V: Books 10-12Strabo
Jones, Horace Leonard
HARDCOVER01/01/1928$28.00
Cover: Geography, Volume VI: Books 13-14Geography, Volume VI: Books 13-14Strabo
Jones, Horace Leonard
HARDCOVER01/01/1929$28.00
Cover: Geography, Volume VII: Books 15-16Geography, Volume VII: Books 15-16Strabo
Jones, Horace Leonard
HARDCOVER01/01/1930$28.00
Cover: Geography, Volume VIII: Book 17. General IndexGeography, Volume VIII: Book 17. General IndexStrabo
Jones, Horace Leonard
HARDCOVER01/01/1932$28.00
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