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❰Reading❯ ➺ Dionysius Periegetes Description of the Known World With Introduction Text Translation and Commentary Author J. L. Lightfoot – 18th-century.co In this volume Lightfoot offers a detailed study of an ancient Greek geographical poem by Dionysius a scholar poet who flourished in Alexandria during the reign of Hadrian which describes the world asIn this volume Lightfoot offers a detailed study of an ancient Greek geographical poem by Dionysius a scholar poet who flourished in Alexandria during the reign of Hadrian which describes the world as it was then known In antiuity it was widely read and extremely influential both in the schoolroom and among later poets Translated into Latin the subject of commentaries and popular in Byzantium it offers insights into multiple traditions of ancient geography both literary andscientific and displays interesti.

Ng affiliations to the earlier school of Alexandrian poets The introductory essays discuss the poem's place in the literary context of ancient geography focusing on its language style and metre whereby Dionysius shows himself a particularly painstaking heir of the Hellenistic poets and illustrates how intricately he interlaces sources and models to produce a mosaic of geographical learning Particular emphasis is given to Dionysius' place in the ancient tradition of didactic poetry and to his artful manipul.

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