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Review from previous edition: "useful and enjoyable... a miniature encyclopedia of the Graeco-Roman world" --Listener

"a standard reference book for the forseeable future" --Contemporary Review

"a volume for all seasons... indispensable" --Times Educational Supplement

"will be the vade mecum of schoolchildren and undergraduates for generations to come" --Sunday Telegraph

"A necessity for any seriously literary household." --History Today

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Margaret Howatson was for many years Fellow and Tutor in Classics at St Anne's College, Oxford. She is now retired.

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Concise and Authoritative Aug. 9 2014
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Concise, authoritative resource for students of classical literature, or simply for browsing by trivi-idiots such as myself.


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