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Cover: Ancient Perceptions of Greek EthnicityAncient Perceptions of Greek EthnicityMalkin, IradHARDCOVER09/30/2001$59.95
Cover: Matrices of Genre: Authors, Canons, and SocietyMatrices of Genre: Authors, Canons, and SocietyDepew, Mary
Obbink, Dirk
HARDCOVER12/30/2000$92.00
Cover: New Perspectives on Plato, Modern and AncientNew Perspectives on Plato, Modern and AncientAnnas, Julia
Rowe, Christopher J.
HARDCOVER03/15/2003$50.00Currently unavailable
Cover: War and Society in the Ancient and Medieval Worlds: Asia, the Mediterranean, Europe, and MesoamericaWar and Society in the Ancient and Medieval Worlds: Asia, the Mediterranean, Europe, and MesoamericaRaaflaub, Kurt
Rosenstein, Nathan
PAPERBACK10/30/2001$19.50
Cover: Written Voices, Spoken Signs: Tradition, Performance, and the Epic TextWritten Voices, Spoken Signs: Tradition, Performance, and the Epic TextBakker, Egbert J.
Kahane, Ahuvia
HARDCOVER07/01/1997$68.00Currently unavailable
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