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Author

Various Oriental scholars

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Translator

Bloomfield, Maurice, 1855–1928

Title
English: The Sacred Books of the East
Subtitle

Hymns of the Atharva-Veda, together with extracts from the ritual books and the commentaries

Volume

42

Publisher

The Clarendon Press

Year of publication

Place of publication

Oxford

Language

English

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http://www.archive.org/details/SacredBooksEast.varorsch.50VolumesWithIndexMaxMuller.Oxford.1879.1910

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