Author:Samuel Croxall

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Samuel Croxall
(1693–1752)
Anglican churchman, writer and translator, particularly noted for his edition of Aesop's Fables.
Samuel Croxall

Works[edit]

  • Metamorphoses, Books VI., VIII.
  • The Secret History of Pythagoras (Τά Πυθαγόρο το τηϛ Σοϕίαϛ ϕίλο απόρρηΊα)
    based a parchment copy found in Otranto, Italy, which was published in London in 1751

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