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The legacy of Greece / essays by Gilbert Murray [and others] ; edited by R.W. Livingstone
Bib ID 941687
Format BookBook
Description Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1922 
xii, 424 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. 
Full contents Contents. - The value of Greece to the future of the world, by Gilbert Murray. - Religion, by W. R. Inge. -Philosophy, by J. Burnet. - Mathematics and astronomy, by T. C. Heath. - Natural science, by D'Arcy W. Thomson. - Biology, by Charles Singer. -Medicine, by Charles Singer. - Literature, by R. W. Livingstone. -History, by Arnold Toynbee. - Political thought, by A. E. Zimmern. - The lamps of Great art, by Percy Gardner. - Architecture, by Reginald Blomfield. 
Subjects Greece.
Other authors/contributors Murray, Gilbert, 1866-1957  |  Livingston, R. W. (Richard Winn), Sir, 1880-1960

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