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194 Leave a comment on paragraph 194 0 Wilkins, Harvey, and Dobson, edd. 1995. Food in Antiquity. Exeter.

195 Leave a comment on paragraph 195 0 Wood, N. 1964. “Xenophon’s Theory of Leadership.” Classica et Mediaevalia 25:33-66.

196 Leave a comment on paragraph 196 0 Wooten, C. 1987. Hermogenes’ On Types of Style. Chapel Hill.

197 Leave a comment on paragraph 197 0 Wulf, A. 2011. Founding Gardeners. New York.

198 Leave a comment on paragraph 198 0 Zecchini, G. and C. Bearzot, eds. 2003. Modelli eroici dall’antichità alla cultura europea. Rome.

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