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Photius was a ninth-century patriarch of Constantinople who compiled summaries of 280 books he had read, known at the Bibliotheca. It deals with Attic, Hellenistic, Roman imperial and Byzantine sources, about half of which are now lost. Here Nigel Wilson presents an annotated edition in translation of a wide selection from these book reviews, with the aim of revealing the breadth of Photius' interests.
|Publication Date||April 1, 2013|
|Primary Category||Literary Criticism/Ancient and Classical|
|Sub Category 1||Foreign Language Study/Ancient Languages - General|