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Cambridge Classics II

Cambridge Classics

Cambridge Classics II

by Cambridge Classics

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Published by Cambridge Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10074831M
    ISBN 100130234702
    ISBN 109780130234704

    He is preparing Early Greek Mythography II: Commentary, and has edited the Cambridge Companion to Homer (). RACHEL FRIEDMAN is an Assistant Professor of Classics at Vassar College. She wrote her Ph.D. thesis, ‘Home and Displacement in Herodotus’ Histories’, at Columbia University. She is interested in ancient cultural studies and has. Preface This Student Study Book is designed to be used in conjunction with Book II of the Cambridge Latin Course (ISBN ). It is intended for use by.

    Strabo (ca. 64 BCE to ca. 25 CE), an Asiatic Greek of Amasia in Pontus, studied at Nysa and after 44 BCE at Rome. He became a keen traveller who saw a large part of Italy, various near eastern regions including the Black Sea, various parts of Asia Minor, Egypt as far as Ethiopia, and parts of Greece. The Cambridge (CLC) is a series of textbooks published by Cambridge University Press, used to teach Latin to secondary school students. First published in , the series is in its fifth edition as of April It has reached high status in the UK, being the most successful Latin course in the country and used by 85% of Latin-teaching her: Cambridge University Press.

    Title: Cambridge Greek And Latin Classics. Catalogue Number: Format: Rating: % positive. Preview. This text and commentary from one of the most prolific and erudite scholars of Horace is a most welcome addition to the Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics series, where it joins recent volumes on the Odes by Mayer and Thomas. 1. The commentary fills two especially important : Stephanie Mccarter.


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