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Ancient History Seminar

Polybius: introduced by Ben Raynor Read Polybius 1. 1–4,14–15, 35; 2. 35, 56; 3.4, 22–8, 33, 47–8, 58–9; 4.2; 7.9; 9.25; 10.15; 12. 3–28; 31.23–25; 36.1; 38.19–22.
When Oct 24, 2016
from 05:15 PM to 06:45 PM
Where Faculty of Classics, Room G.21
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