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Songs about Longus:
The Buxheim Organ Book: Chanson and basse danse intabulations: Longus tenor (54) by Joseph Payne from the Album Das Buxheimer Orgelbuch, Vol. 2
The Buxheim Organ Book: Chanson and basse danse intabulations: Longus tenor quartum notarum (55) by Joseph Payne from the Album Das Buxheimer Orgelbuch, Vol. 2
Cantus Longus by Yuval Ron from the Album Music for Deep Movement, Vol. 1
Longu noise by Mc deejay club from the Album Moon lovers
Longu Viaghju by Isula Bella from the Album Corsica: Chants Folkloriques De L'île De Corse
Longu Viaghju by Alte Voce from the Album Issa Terra
Longu viaghju by Jean Mattei from the Album Sole rossu / Per una melodia (Guitare, mandoline & harmonica)
Books about Longus:
Longus' Daphnis & Chloe (Greek Edition) (English and Greek Edition) by Longus, Shannon N. Byrne and Edmund P. Cueva (Dec 30, 2004)
Longus: Webster's Timeline History, 500 BC - 2007 by Icon Group International (Jun 6, 2009)
Longus, Literally and Completely Translated from the Greek by Longus (Nov 11, 2009)
Longus, literally and completely translated from the Greek by Longus. (Jan 1, 1896)
Hajimete No Kaigai Longu Disutansu Toraiasuron: Kansou Made No Kyu And Ei Nijyu Yon (Japanese Edition) by Fumios sato (Apr 21, 2014)
Longus, Literally and Completely Translated from the Greek by Longus (Jun 4, 2011)
Longus daphnis et chloe illus par pouzet 1954 by collectif
Movies about Longus:
DAPHNIS AND CHLOE 1931 Orestis Laskos, Longus. EROTIC MASTERPIECE - Starring: Apollon Marcyas Directed by: Orestis Laskos
Wiki information Longus:
In human anatomy, the fibularis longus is a superficial muscle in the lateral compartment of the leg, and acts to evert and plantar flex the ankle. The muscle, the longest and most superficial of the three fibularis muscles, is attached proximally to...
Longus, sometimes Longos, was the author of an ancient Greek novel or romance, Daphnis and Chloe. Nothing is known of his life; it is assumed that he lived on the isle of Lesbos during the 2nd century AD . It has been suggested that the name Longus...