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The original bardic identity of Achilles and Herakles : an extract (chapter XV) from The Amarna presence in Greek mythology / by R.A. Strong and B.M. Macklin
Bib ID 1907137
Format BookBook
Author
Strong, R. A
 
Description Melbourne : B.M. Minton, 1991 
38 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 1875467025
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Achilles (Greek mythology)  |  Heracles (Greek mythological character)
Other authors/contributors Macklin, B. M  |  Strong, R. A. Amarna presence in Greek mythology

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