Scott Fitzgerald Johnson

Scott Fitzgerald Johnson is Dumbarton Oaks Teaching Fellow in Postclassical and Byzantine Greek in the Classics Department at Georgetown University.

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Cover: The <i>Life and Miracles</i> of Thekla: A Literary StudyThe Life and Miracles of Thekla: A Literary StudyJohnson, Scott FitzgeraldPAPERBACK01/30/2006$19.95
Cover: The Web of AthenaeusThe Web of AthenaeusJacob, Christian
Papaconstantinou, Arietta
Johnson, Scott Fitzgerald
PAPERBACK05/27/2013$19.95
Cover: Miracle Tales from ByzantiumMiracle Tales from ByzantiumTalbot, Alice-Mary
Johnson, Scott Fitzgerald
HARDCOVER05/14/2012$35.00
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