Datblygiad yr Iaith Gymraeg (in Welsh) gan Henry Lewis (1946)

£8.99

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Ceir trafodaeth yma o deulu ieithoedd y perthyn y Gymraeg iddi ac unrhyw benthygiadau o ieithoedd eraill ,cystrawenau yr iaith ymhlith pynciau eraill gan Henry Lewis.>Argraffiad o 1946 ,cyhoeddiad o liw brown golau , toriad agored ar y tudalen blaen ond mewn cyflwr arbennig o dda.
A book discussing the development of the Welsh language , its origins and history. Open tear to firs page , but in overall very good condition.

Item details

Author(s):
Lewis Henry
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
18cm x 12cm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
144
Publisher:
Gwasg Gomer

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Ceir trafodaeth yma o deulu ieithoedd y perthyn y Gymraeg iddi ac unrhyw benthygiadau o ieithoedd eraill ,cystrawenau yr iaith ymhlith pynciau eraill gan Henry Lewis.>Argraffiad o 1946 ,cyhoeddiad o liw brown golau , toriad agored ar y tudalen blaen ond mewn cyflwr arbennig o dda.
A book discussing the development of the Welsh language , its origins and history. Open tear to firs page , but in overall very good condition.

Author(s):
Lewis Henry
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
18cm x 12cm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
144
Publisher:
Gwasg Gomer

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