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Pindar: Pindar in English Verse  wikidata:Q62471384 s:en:Pindar in English Verse (Way 1922) 
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Pindar: Pindar in English Verse
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Arthur S. Way (1847–1930)
Publisher
Macmillan & Co., Limited
Title
Pindar
Subtitle in English Verse
Edition 1st edition
Object type version, edition, or translation
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English: 1922 edition of Pindar, in English Verse, as translated and annotated by Arthur S. Way.
Language English
Publication date 1922
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Place of publication London
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