2 edition of Cum Asterice in insulis obeliscorum. found in the catalog.
Cum Asterice in insulis obeliscorum.
Eleanore J. Ward
The original of this document was written as a dissertation towards a Degree in Classics, University of Durham.
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Incidentally, this information is taken from Eleanore Browning’s (nee Ward) classics dissertation: Cum Asterice in Insulis Obeliscorum – A Study of the Channel Islands in Antiquity, a copy of which is available in the Priaulx Library (only the title is in Latin!).
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Scott Ward has written: 'The changing face of the UK automotive components industry' -- subject(s): Automobile supplies industry 'The UK passenger car market'. Incidentally, this information is taken from Eleanore Browning’s (nee Ward) classics dissertation: Cum Asterice in Insulis Obeliscorum – A Study of the Channel Islands in Antiquity, a copy of which is available in the Priaulx Library (only the title .