Series: Yale Classical Studies

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The Archaic Community of the Romans by Robert E. A. Palmer
Yale Classical Studies, vol. 1 by Austin Harmon1
Yale classical studies. Volume 13 by Harry M. Hubbell13
Yale Classical Studies Vol. XVI by Harry M. Hubbell16
Yale Classical Studies: Volume Twenty: Homeric Studies by G. S. Kirk20
Studies in Latin Poetry (Yale Classical Studies) by Christopher Mounsey Dawson21
Studies Latin Language and Literature (Yale Classical Studies) (Vol.23) by Thomas Cole23
Aristophanes: Essays in Interpretation (Yale Classical Studies) by Jeffrey Henderson26
Papyrology by Naphtali Lewis28
Personal Styles in Greek Sculpture (Yale Classical Studies) by Olga Palagia30
The Greco-Roman East: Politics, Culture, Society (Yale Classical Studies) by Stephen Colvin31
Ancient Anger: Perspectives from Homer to Galen (Yale Classical Studies XXXII) by Susanna Braund32
Religion in Republican Italy (Yale Classical Studies) by Celia E. Schultz33
From the Tetrarchs to the Theodosians: Later Roman History and Culture, 284-450 CE (Yale Classical Studies) by Scott McGill34
The Emperor and Rome: Space, Representation, and Ritual (Yale Classical Studies) by Björn C. Ewald35
Reception and the Classics: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Classical Tradition (Yale Classical Studies) by William Brockliss36

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