|Editor:||Westlake, John Stephen, b. 1877|
|Title:||Prose life of Alexander / edited by J.S. Westlake|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan Humanities Text Initiative
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The Prose Life of Alexander
Westlake, John Stephen, b. 1877, ed.
London, London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., LTD, Oxford University Press, 1913 (for 1911)
How Anectanabus in the Shape of a Mighty Dragon went to the fore in front of Philip and overcame his Enemies in the Fray.
How a Bird laid an Egg in Philip's Bosom at whose breaking there came forth a Serpent, which forthwith died.