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Histoire des antiquities de la ville de Nismes et ses evirons
Bib ID 2609524
Format BookBook
Author
Menard, Leon, 1706-1767
 
Edition Nouv. ed. augm. du resultat des fouilles faites depuis 1821 et de tous les monumens, inscriptions et fragmens decouverts jusqu'a la fin de l'annee 1828 / Ornee des gravures de tous les monumens et de celle des plus richee fragmens, par J. F. A. Perrot. 
Description Nismes : L'editeur, 1829 
plates, (part dold.). 
Subjects Nimes (France) -- Antiquities.
Other authors/contributors Perrot, J. F. A

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