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Pharsalia : the Civil War / Lucan ; translated by Douglas Little
Bib ID 2909375
Format BookBook
Author
Lucan, 39-65
 
Uniform Title Pharsalia. English
Description Dunedin, N.Z. : University of Otago Press, distributed by John McIndoe, 1990 
350 p. : maps ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0908569505 (paperback)
Notes

"The Pharsalia is an account, in the form of an epic poem, of the Civil War which ended the Roman Republic"--Back cover.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Pharsalus, Battle of, 48 B.C. -- Poetry.  |  Rome -- History -- Civil War, 49-45 B.C. -- Poetry.
Other authors/contributors Little, Douglas, 1935-

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