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Melvil Decimal System: 877

Wording: Literature > Latin > Latin wit and humor

Dewmoji: 📚 > 📜 > 😂

0
Information
195,291
ℹī¸
1
Philosophy and Psychology
181,886
💭
2
Religion
459,268
🙏đŸŊ
3
Social Sciences
1,012,288
đŸ‘Ģ
4
Language
129,832
đŸ’Ŧ
5
Mathematics and Science
321,836
đŸ”Ŧ
6
Technology
748,891
💡
7
Arts and Recreation
692,253
🎨
8
Literature
923,945
📚
9
Biography and History
588,112
đŸ—ŋ
80
By Topic
74,997
📚
81
American And Canadian
416,654
🍁
82
English
213,219
đŸ‡Ŧ🇧
83
German
66,867
🇩đŸ‡Ē
84
French
52,087
đŸ‡Ģ🇷
85
Italian
22,079
🇮🇹
86
Spanish And Portuguese
31,270
đŸ‡Ē🇸
87
Latin
5,332
📜
88
Greek and other Classical languages
7,550
đŸ‡Ŧ🇷
89
Other Languages
33,890
🗨
870
Latin literature
855
871
Latin poetry
1,315
872
Latin drama
470
🎭
873
Epic poetry, Latin
919
874
Latin lyric poetry
516
875
Speeches, addresses, etc., Latin.
387
876
Latin letters
177
877
Latin wit and humor
77
😂
878
Authors, Latin and Latin miscellany
555
879
Latin literature, Medieval and modern
61
877.0
46
877.1877.2877.3877.4877.5
2
877.6
1
877.7
Juvenal (Decimus Junius Juvenalis)
1
877.8877.9

Works under MDS 877

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1922 Edition
Modern language
Emoji

"Far Friends"

MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.

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