[Thriambos (romanized form)] the Indoeuropean or pyrrhic stress accent in antiquity; its rhythm, meter, and musical tone,
by Thomas Fitzhugh.
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Charlottesville, Va., Anderson brothers, [c1930]
University of Virginia
University of Virginia. Bulletin of the School of Latin. 2d ser.,
no. 1-2; whole no. 11-12
"Two addresses, one delivered before the Classical association of Virginia in November, 1922, and the other before the American association in January, 1925"--Pref.
Title on cover in Latin and Greek.
Physical description: 207 p. illus. (facsim.) 23 cm.
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