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Neo-Hellenika
Bib ID 771597
Format JournalJournal
Description Austin [etc.] University of Texas Press [etc.] 
4 v. 26 cm. 
ISSN 0077-6521 
Notes

Annual publication of the Center for Neo-Hellenic Studies, Austin, Texas.

Text in English; some articles in French.

Vols. for 1970-75 published in Amsterdam by A. M. Hakkert.

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MLA international bibliography of books and articles on the modern languages and literatures (Complete edition)

Life Dates 1-4; 1970-81 
Subjects Greece - History - Periodicals.  |  Greece - History - 323-1453 - Periodicals.  |  Byzantine Empire - History - Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Center for Neo-Hellenic Studies
Available From Center for Neo-Hellenic Studies, 1010 W. 22nd St., Austin, TX 78705 

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    Call Number: S 949.5005 NEO
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    Items/Issues Held: 1-4 (1970-1981)
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