Onomasticon iii.pdf

Onomasticon iii PDF

Joan Coromines


Onomasticon may refer to: Onomasticon Eusebius Onomasticon of Amenope Onomasticon of Joan Coromines Onomasticon of Julius Pollux Onomasticon of Johann Eusebius The Onomasticon is divided into ten books, each o which contains a short dedication to the Caesar Commodus, and the work was therefore published before A. D. 177, since Commodus became Augustus in that year. Each book forms a separate treatise by itself, containing the most important words relating to certain subjects, with short explanations

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