Rudimenta Linguae Latinae: The First Experiment To Translate From The Latin, In Connection With A Short Etymology ... by Julius David Rosé

Rudimenta Linguae Latinae: The First Experiment To Translate From The Latin, In Connection With A…

byJulius David Rosé

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Rudimenta Linguae Latinae: The First Experiment To Translate From The Latin, In Connection With A Short Etymology ...<br /><br /><author> Julius David Rosé<br /><br /><publisher> Dennis & Brother, 1858<br /><br /><subjects> Foreign Language Study; Latin; Foreign Language Study / Latin; Latin language <br /></subjects></publisher></author>

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Title:Rudimenta Linguae Latinae: The First Experiment To Translate From The Latin, In Connection With A…Format:PaperbackDimensions:162 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.35 inPublished:September 12, 2011Publisher:Nabu PressLanguage:English

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