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Open Access Neo-Latin Literature and Literary Culture in Early Modern Scotland, edited by Steven J. Reid and David McOmish

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Neo-Latin Literature and Literary Culture in Early Modern Scotland, edited by Steven J. Reid and David McOmish

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Affiliations: 1: Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies, florian.schaffenrath@neolatin.lbg.ac.at

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