2 edition of Classical archaeology in schools, with an appendix containing lists of archaeological apparatus found in the catalog.
Classical archaeology in schools, with an appendix containing lists of archaeological apparatus
|Statement||by P. Gardner and J.L. Myres.|
|Series||Oxford lectures on classical subjects, 1905-1920|
|Contributions||Myres, J. L.|
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