Greco-Roman Political Thought Ioannes G. Taifacos: σ[upsilon, accent]γκρισις πoλιτει[omega, accent]ν στ[omicron, accent] De Re Publica τo[upsilon, accent]κικ[epsilon, accent]ρ[omega]νoς. ' H ρ[omega]μα[iota, dieresis]κ[eta, accent] [epsilon, accent]Φαρμoγ[eta, accent] μι[alpha, accent]ς [epsilon, accent]λληνικ[eta, accent]ς με[theta][omicron, accent]δoυ. Pp. 254. Athens: D.Papademas, 1996. ISBN: 960-206-387-4. Ioannes G. Taifacos: Φαντασ[iota, accent]α πoλιτε[iota, accent]ας ισoν[omicron, accent]μoν. μελετηματα στ[eta, accent] διαλκ[eta, accent] τ[eta, accent]ς[epsilon, accent]λληνoρ[omega]μα[iota, dieresis]κ[eta, accent]ς πoλιτικ[eta, accent]ς σκ[epsilon, accent][psi]ης. Pp.175 Athens: D.Papademas, 1995. ISBN: 960-206-386- [Book Review]

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