Hymns and Epigrams
Harvard University Press, 1955 - 467 страници
Callimachus (third century BCE) authored "Hymns and Epigrams." The monodrama "Alexandra" is attributed to his contemporary, Lycophron. "Phaenomena," a poem on star constellations and weather signs by Aratus (c. 315-245 BCE), was among the most widely read in antiquity and one of the few Greek poems translated into Arabic.
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Λυκόφρων descries a mind that is intense and clever like that of a wolf. Lycophron's "Alexandra" is so astute as to have aroused the invidia of Byzantine critics. Καλλίμαχος, whose name reads ... Прочетете пълната рецензия