This work features a presentation of over 800 literary sources relevant to the study of Greek and Latin Mythology, Magic, Philosophy and Gnosticism. Along some of the most famous works of Cicero, Plato and Virgil, it also succinctly presents the ones of Ampelius, the Paradoxographus Florentinus and Tiberianus, among many, many others.
|Publisher:||Miguel Carvalho Abrantes|
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About the Author
Miguel Carvalho Abrantes was born in 1984 near Lisboa (Portugal). He is a PhD candidate in Classics, but he has many other interests in life - from Comparative Mythology to finding unusual places to visit, along with Philosophy and old books - and that's what his works are all about, sharing his passions and knowledge with others.
From his "What to Visit in Portugal" collection, filled with native insider tips and obscure places to visit; up to his advanced "Themes of the Trojan Cycle", a Master thesis planned to complement the Homeric Epics; along with his satirical work on love; his compilation of Portuguese poetry, the "Parnaso"; and multiple translations of primary sources; there is something for everyone in his books!