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Poetry and Number in Graeco-Roman Antiquity 

Leventhal, M. (2022). Poetry and Number in Graeco-Roman Antiquity (Cambridge Classical Studies). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi: (8)

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I want to read that book!

The Late Antique is such an interesting time

Is it really open access?! Wow. Now I'll have to put my brain where my mouth is


Please stop.

You can see what religion currently does in certain places in the world

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