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|Other titles||Livy X, Books 35-37|
|Statement||Livy ; edited and translated by J.C. Yardley|
|Series||Livy -- X, Loeb classical library -- 301, Loeb classical library -- 301.|
|Contributions||Yardley, John, 1942- editor, translator, Briscoe, John, 1938- editor, Hoyos, B. D. (B. Dexter), 1944- writer of introduction, Livy|
|LC Classifications||PA6452 .A9 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||490|
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