The Master of the Offices in the Later Roman and Byzantine Empires

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Macmillan, 1919 - Byzantine Empire - 160 pages
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Page 169 - Bound in cloth. $3.50 net. Parts sold separately in Paper Covers : Part I. THE WASHINGTON MANUSCRIPT OF THE FOUR GOSPELS. With 5 plates. Pp. vii + 247. $2.00 net. Part II. THE WASHINGTON FRAGMENTS OF THE EPISTLES OF PAUL. With 3 plates. Pp. vii,
Page 169 - VOL. IX. THE NEW TESTAMENT MANUSCRIPTS IN THE FREER COLLECTION. By Professor Henry A. Sanders, University of Michigan. With 8 plates showing pages of the Manuscripts in facsimile. Pp. ix
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Page 171 - this purpose ever in view, he treats of the development of Greek public law, distinguishing the different types of states as they appear. GREEK AND ROMAN COINS Cloth, $1.50 By GF HILL, MA, of the Department of Coins and Medals in the British Museum. All the information needed bv the beginner in numismatics, or for ordinary reference, is here presented. The condensation necessary to
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Page 171 - J GREENIDGE, MA, Late Lecturer in Hertford College and Brasenose College, Oxford. Most authors in writing of Greek History emphasize the structure of the constitutions; Mr. Greenidge lays particular stress upon the workings of these constitutions. With
Page 82 - quam summam protinus exactam, sicut iam anterioribus edictis constitutum est, per officium magisteriac dignitatis cursui proficere debere censemus. The formula for the Pretorian Prefect has nothing relative to the upkeep of the cursus publicus (Cass., op. cit., 6, 3,
Page 170 - net. This edition of the Menaechmi was prepared, with stage directions, as a libretto for the presentation of the play at the University of Michigan in 1890. It was revised and republished in 1916.

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