(4)Mike, was there a specific article you were citing there for Riccardo Chiaradonna that got truncated from your posting? Or were you just naming him as someone
(3)Definitely looking forward to reading what he has come up with then, John. A paperback edition is out soon, so that helps with the cost. Dennis Clark
(13)Thank you for sharing this link. Unfortunately, the webpage says that the DPhil dissertation is not available for download. Do you know how I can retrieve this
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(3)Thanks, John - I did that in a couple of hours, so it's rough and typo-ridden and translation-esy here and there, but I do like his Latin style and hope my
(5)The Cambridge History is an astonishing work. I read it straight through when it came out and keep it handy as a reference.
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