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        PublishersLibrary of Harvard University
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        LC Classifications1893
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        Paginationxvi, 136 p. :
        Number of Pages75
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        2Bibliographical contributions (Harvard University. Library) -- no. 49.
        3Harvard University. Library. Bibliographical contributions -- no. 49
        Editions of the text. Arranged chronologically. Translations. Arranged alphabetically by languages and translators names. Writings on Persius. Arranged alphabetically by writers. Index to editors and commentators. [Prepared at the library, and does not form part of Dr. Morgans work]

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