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Rome; caput mundi and Italian capital; address delivered to the Dante Alighieri Society, Canberra, on 5 September 1961, and to the Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Melbourne, on 15 November 1961
Bib ID 205110
Format BookBook
Author
Hancock, W. K. (William Keith), 1898-1988
 
Description Canberra, Australian National University, 1961 
15 p. ; 22 cm. 
Subjects Rome (Italy).
Other authors/contributors Dante Alighieri Society (Australia). Canberra Branch

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