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  <title>Numidian Affairs</title>
  <author n="Appian">Appian</author>
  <editor role="editor">L. Mendelssohn</editor>
  <sponsor>Perseus Project, Tufts University</sponsor>
  		<principal>Gregory Crane</principal>
  		<resp>Prepared under the supervision of</resp>
  		<name>Lisa Cerrato</name>
  		<name>William Merrill</name>
  		<name>Elli Mylonas</name>
  		<name>David Smith</name>
  		<publisher>Trustees of Tufts University</publisher>
  		<pubPlace>Medford, MA</pubPlace>
  		<authority>Perseus Project</authority>
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  <title>ΕΚ ΤΗΣ ΝΟΜΑΔΙΚΗΣ</title>
  <editor role="editor">L. Mendelssohn</editor>
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  Revision 1.3 2005/01/18 21:25:37 packel
  fixed accents/breathings on capital letters
  Revision 1.2 2004/08/10 13:09:33 amahoney
  fix the XML files so they are valid, make the SGML obsolete so no one is confused
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