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|292||Greek and Roman religion and mythology|
Aristotle 185 & 888.5
Art, Greek (general) 709.38
Art, Roman (general) 709.37
Cicero 875.1-875.4 & 876.1
Greek ethics 170.938
Greek dictionaries 483
Greek grammar 485
Greek language textbooks 488
Greek literature (general) 880
Greek oratory 885
Greek poetry 881-884
Greek satire and humour 887
History, Egypt, Greco-Roman period 932.02
History, Greek 938
History, Roman 937
Inscriptions, Greek 481.7 Inscriptions, Latin 471.7
Latin dictionaries 473
Latin grammar 475
Latin language, Medieval & modern 479.3
Latin language textbooks 478
Latin literature (general) 870
Latin oratory 875
Latin poetry 871-874
Latin satire and humour 877
Literary theory 801
Painting, Greek 759.938
Painting, Roman 759.937
Plato 184.1 & 888.4
Pliny the Younger 876.2
Pre-Socratic Greek philosophy 182
Religion & mythology, Classical 292
Scepticism, Ancient 186
Science, Greek 509.38
Sculpture, Classical 733
Seneca 188.6 & 872.6 & 878.5
Slavery, Greek 326.938
Slavery, Roman 326.937
Sophistic and Socratic philosophy 183
Warfare, Greek 355.0938
Warfare, Roman 355.0937
Women, Greek 396.0938
Women, Roman 396.0937
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