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Thu Oct 16 17:51:47 2014 UTClccn-n790180030.21The dictionary of classical mythology, religion, literature, and art /0.641.00Leonard Leopold Mackall papers,12378705John_Edwin_Sandysn 79018003251858Sandy, J. E. 1844-1922Sandys, J. E.Sandys, J. E. 1844-1922Sandys, J. E. (John Edwin), 1844-1922Sandys, J. E. SirSandys, J. Edwin 1844-1922Sandys, J. Edwin (John Edwin), 1844-1922Sandys, JohnSandys, John 1844-1922Sandys, John E.Sandys, John E. 1844-1922Sandys, John EdwinSandys, John Edwin 1844-1922Sandys, John Edwin 1844-1922 SirSandys, John Edwin SirSandys, John Edwin, Sir, 1844-1922Sandys, John Sirlccn-n50003028Nettleship, Henry1839-1893edtlccn-n88001861Seyffert, Oskar1841-1906lccn-n79138879Pindarlccn-n79004182Aristotlelccn-n79063465Demostheneslccn-n50058402Cope, Edward Meredith1818-1873cmmcwtedtlccn-n50039216Jebb, R. C.(Richard Claverhouse)1841-1905trledtlccn-no2004074984Campbell, Sidney Georgeedtlccn-n82225920Paley, F. A.(Frederick Apthorp)1815-1888auictbedtnp-cicero, marcus tulliusCicero, Marcus TulliusSandys, John Edwin1844-1922PoetryHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcDictionariesConstitutionGreecePindarGamesAthleticsLaudatory poetry, GreekOlympic games (Ancient)Classical dictionariesGreece--AthensPolitical scienceMythology, GreekAntiquitiesClassical philologyLatin literatureLatin philologyTravelArtLearning and scholarshipItaly--RomeRhetoric, AncientConstitutional historyInscriptions, LatinSpeeches, addresses, etc., GreekCharacters and characteristicsRome (Empire)RhetoricGreek poetryOlympicsConstitution of AthensHumanismRenaissanceGreek languageCharacter sketchesSandys, John Edwin,Gildersleeve, Basil L.--(Basil Lanneau),OratoryConstitutional lawAthēnaiōn politeia (Aristotle)DemocracyEthics, AncientPaley, F. A.--(Frederick Apthorp),Oratory, AncientClassical philosophyStyle, LiteraryPhilip--II,--King of Macedonia,EthicsOlympian odes (Pindar)Pythian odes (Pindar)Lyric poetryArt, RomanCivilization184419221866186818721874187518761877187918801881188218851886188718901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019121913191419151918191919201921192319241925192619271929193019331935193619371938194319461950195319551956195719581960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711973197419781979198019811985198619881989199219951997199819992000200320052006200720082009201020112013123642811432884.5PA4275.E5ocn000403678ocn003642036ocn004645157ocn000733066ocn000880822ocn000514517ocn006413089ocn004096125ocn002221494ocn006984291ocn001381594ocn004129192ocn005509021ocn001562536ocn023577281ocn002322765ocn011232977ocn000307607ocn012311476ocn005507321ocn822645858ocn822645879ocn468353876ocn797139415163499ocn001381594book19150.56PindarThe odes of PindarCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryGreek and English on opposite pages Frontispiece accompanied by guard sheet with descriptive letterpress Bibliography: p xliii-xiv151290ocn000686564book18910.50Seyffert, OskarA dictionary of classical antiquities, mythology, religion, literature, artDictionaries+-+K076653566140873ocn000403678book19020.56Sandys, John EdwinA companion to Latin studiesCriticism, interpretation, etc133289ocn000307082book19030.66Sandys, John EdwinA history of classical scholarshipHistory+-+404015003677984ocn001574628book18770.74AristotleThe Rhetoric of Aristotle+-+701455356632471962ocn004869757book19130.70Sandys, John EdwinLatin epigraphy; an introduction to the study of Latin inscriptions+-+271505543537147ocn004494833book18740.82DemosthenesSelect private orations of Demosthenes30819ocn002725589book19150.70Sandys, John EdwinA short history of classical scholarship from the sixth century B.C. to the present dayHistory29523ocn002050086book19050.79Sandys, John EdwinHarvard lectures on the revival of learning26438ocn004096125book18930.74AristotleAristotle's Constitution of Athens; a revised text with an introduction, critical and explanatory notes, testimonia and indicesConstitution+-+K95522930624736ocn004494835book18970.82DemosthenesThe first Philippic and the Olynthiacs of DemosthenesCriticism, interpretation, etc24023ocn004109144book10800.70TheophrastusTheophrasti CharacteresCriticism, interpretation, etc23325ocn006064225book18900.82DemosthenesThe speech of Demosthenes against the law of Leptines2067ocn031435294book19950.21Seyffert, OskarThe dictionary of classical mythology, religion, literature, and artAn encyclopedia of the classical world, from the ancient gods and legendary heroes to the social institutions and customs of the ancient Greeks and Romans+-+366876260520517ocn004494832book19000.79DemosthenesOn the peace ; Second Philippic ; On the Chersonesus ; and Third Philippic19824ocn004494831book18680.86IsocratesAd Demonicum et PanegyricusHistory18722ocn004858859book18850.74Cicero, Marcus TulliusM. Tulli Ciceronis Ad M. Brutum Orator : a revised text16025ocn000694657book18850.74Cicero, Marcus TulliusAd Marcum Brutum Orator:15222ocn003821136book18930.79AristotleAthēnaiōn politeiaHistoryConstitution1078ocn010496645book19090.82AristotleThe Rhetoric of Aristotle : a translation1104ocn002519477book19370.56PindarThe odes of PindarCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryThe odes of Pindar (518-438 B.C.), the most renowned of the ancient Greek poets, were choral songs extolling victories at the Games at Olympia, Delphi, Nemea, and Corinth, that covered the specturm of Greek mythological and moral belief453ocn012487953book19330.82Hammond, N. G. LSir John Edwin Sandys, 1844-1922111ocn029594417book19230.96Reid, James SSir John Edwin Sandys, 1844-192211ocn048394884mix1.00Mackall, Leonard LLeonard Leopold Mackall papersHistoryArchivesSourcesThe collection consists largely of correspondence, 1900-1937, and is arranged alphabetically by author of letter. Correspondents include authors, professors, collectors, and other notable persons of the period. Unprocessed portions of the collection contain correspondence, miscellaneous notes, newspaper articles, scrapbooks, pamphlets, and index cards+-+3668762605+-+3668762605Thu Oct 16 15:34:06 EDT 2014batch35485