Latin Dictionary: Based on Andrewss edition of Freunds Latin Dictionary

Hardcover | March 1, 1963

byC. T. Lewis, C. Short

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One of the classic works of lexicography, this is a revised edition of E.A. Andrew's translation of Freund's great Latin-German dictionary of the nineteenth century.

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The translation of Dr. Freud's great Latin-German Dictionary, edited by the late E. A. Andrews, LL.D, and published in 1850, has been from has been from that time in extensive use throughout England and America. It has had for competitors, indeed, in the schools and colleges of both countries, only works which are substantially reprint...

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One of the classic works of lexicography, this is a revised edition of E.A. Andrew's translation of Freund's great Latin-German dictionary of the nineteenth century.

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The translation of Dr. Freud's great Latin-German Dictionary, edited by the late E. A. Andrews, LL.D, and published in 1850, has been from has been from that time in extensive use throughout England and America. It has had for competitors, indeed, in the schools and colleges of both countries, only works which are substantially reprint...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:2048 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 3.27 inPublished:March 1, 1963Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198642016

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The translation of Dr. Freud's great Latin-German Dictionary, edited by the late E. A. Andrews, LL.D, and published in 1850, has been from has been from that time in extensive use throughout England and America. It has had for competitors, indeed, in the schools and colleges of both countries, only works which are substantially reprints or abridgments of itself. As it has thus been the standard book of reference of its kind for a generation of scholars, its merits need no description here.