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Papers of the Leeds International Latin Seminar,Ninth Volume,1996. Roman Poetry and Prose,Greek Poetry,Etymology,Historiography (Arca,Classical and Medieval Texts,Papers and Monographs 34)
     

Papers of the Leeds International Latin Seminar,Ninth Volume,1996. Roman Poetry and Prose,Greek Poetry,Etymology,Historiography (Arca,Classical and Medieval Texts,Papers and Monographs 34)

by Francis Cairns (Editor), Malcolm Heath (Editor)
 
The latest volume in this series of papers from Britain's premier classics conference, contains 22 papers on Roman poetry and prose, Greek poetry, etymology and historiography. Contents include: Money-loving Romans (Andrew Erskine); Virgil: a paradoxical poet? (P.R.Hardie); Herodotus warns the Athenians (John Moles); The magic of names: some etymologies in

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The latest volume in this series of papers from Britain's premier classics conference, contains 22 papers on Roman poetry and prose, Greek poetry, etymology and historiography. Contents include: Money-loving Romans (Andrew Erskine); Virgil: a paradoxical poet? (P.R.Hardie); Herodotus warns the Athenians (John Moles); The magic of names: some etymologies in the Cyranides (David Bain).

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780905205908
Publisher:
Francis Cairns Publications
Publication date:
12/01/1996
Series:
Arca Classical and Medieval Texts, Papers and Monographs Series
Pages:
350

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