C. Iuli Caesaris: Commentariorum: Pars Prior Qua Continentur: Libri VII, De Bello Gallico

editor) Julius Caesar (and Renatus Du Pontet

Published by Oxford Classical Texts January 1962, 1962
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Title: C. Iuli Caesaris: Commentariorum: Pars Prior...

Publisher: Oxford Classical Texts January 1962

Publication Date: 1962

Binding: Hardcover

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Near Fine copy in VG jacket, which shows just slight wear along bottom edge at spine. Text pristine. Prev owner's name stamped inside front cover, beneath jacket flap. Light foxing shows on top textblock edge. 1972 reprint of original 1900 publication. Bookseller Inventory # 122830

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