2 edition of East and West through fifteen centuries found in the catalog.
East and West through fifteen centuries
George Frederick Young
Bibliography: v.1, p. xxiv-xxv.
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Excerpt from East and West Through Fifteen Centuries, Vol. 1 of 4: Being a General History From B. 44 to A. And although in a comparatively short history general features rather than details must necessarily be chieﬂy attempted, yet one compensating advantage is gained which is a very real : George Frederick Young.
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East and West through fifteen centuries: being a general history from B.C. 44 to A.D. Pages: Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Young, G.F. (George Frederick), East and west through fifteen centuries.
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