Bibliographie (26.2.2019)

PANTOIA – Bibliographie (26.2.2019) – Autoren (J)

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J = 10 Titel

1. Buch aufschlagen JEANS, George Edward Gaisford Prize for Greek Prose: Iceland. In Herodotean prose. By George Edward Jeans, Oxford: George Shrimpton, 1871. – 19 S. / grc
2. Buch aufschlagen JEBB, Richard Cleverhouse Translations into Greek and Latin Verse by R. C. Jebb, Cambridge: Deighton, Bell and Co. / London: Bell and Daldy, 1873. – XI + 238 S. / eng, grc, lat
3. Buch aufschlagen  . . . . . Translations into Greek and Latin Verse by R. C. Jebb, second edition, Cambridge: at the University Press, 1907. – XIII + 298 S. / eng, grc, lat
4. Buch aufschlagen JEBB, Richard Cleverhouse / Jackson, Henry / Currey, William Edmund Translations by R. C. Jebb, H. Jackson, W. E. Currey, Cambridge: Deighton, Bell and Co. / London: George Bell and Sons, 1878. – XV + 421 S. / eng, grc, lat
5. Buch aufschlagen  . . . . . Translations by R. C. Jebb, H. Jackson, W. E. Currey, second edition revised, Cambridge: Deighton, Bell and Co. / London: George Bell and Sons, 1885. – XV + 415 S. / eng, grc, lat
6. Buch aufschlagen JERRAM, Charles Stranger / James, Theodore W. Flosculi Cheltonienses. A selection from the Cheltenham College Prize Poems 1846-1866, edited by C. S. Jerram and Theodore W. James, London: Rivingtons, 1866. – XXV + 445 S. / eng, grc, lat
7.   JONES, Henry Stuart Gaisford Prize for Greek Prose: Δαμων η περι μουσικης. By Henry Stuart Jones, Oxford: B. H. Blackwell, 1890. – 16 S. / grc
8.   JONES, Peter / Dare-Plumpton, David Latin Crosswords. New York: Caroll & Graf Publishers, 2000. – 157 S. / eng, lat
9.   JONSON, Benjamin Gaisford Prize for Greek Verse: Comic Iambics. Ben Jonson's Every Man in his Humour (Act I. Sc. 4). Translated into comic iambic verse. By Harold Trevor Baker, Oxford: B. H. Blackwell, 1899. – 15 S. / eng, grc
10.   JURČIČ, Josip Commentarii de vita et rebus gestis Georgii Kozjak militis Ianitiarii Sloveni, Roma: Schola typographica "Pax et Bonum", 1959. – 119 S. / lat