Item 49 - Letter from J. P. Postgate to Frazer

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Letter from J. P. Postgate to Frazer


  • 15 Mar. 1925 (Creation)

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16 Brookside, Cambridge - Has reflected more on the meaning of 'Fasti' III 716, in particular Riese's translation, 'spretus inermis erat', believes Bacchus rather than Iuppiter is being spoken of; has written to G. A. Davies and will let Frazer know what he says. Accompanied by the envelope.

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