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Ambre à Alésia, "cursum perficio"

Author: Simon Rocca; Jean-Yves Mitton
Publisher: Toulon : Soleil, DL 2006
Series: Vae victis !, t. 15
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : French
Publication:Vae victis !. 15
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Le dernier tome de l'histoire d'Ambre, prisonnière de Rome et esclave, guerrière, reine et symbole du peuple gaulois, face à César...
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Simon Rocca; Jean-Yves Mitton
ISBN: 2849460672 9782849460672
OCLC Number: 470613500
Description: 1 vol. (47 p.) : ill. en coul., couv. ill. en coul. ; 32 cm.
Series Title: Vae victis !, t. 15
Responsibility: scénario, Simon Rocca ; dessins, Jean-Yves Mitton...
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Le dernier tome de l'histoire d'Ambre, prisonnière de Rome et esclave, guerrière, reine et symbole du peuple gaulois, face à César...

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