1 edition of A commentary on Herodotus books I-IV found in the catalog.
A commentary on Herodotus books I-IV
|Statement||David Asheri, Alan Lloyd, Aldo Corcella ; edited by Oswyn Murray and Alfonso Moreno ; with a contribution by Maria Brosius ; translated by Barbara Graziosi ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Lloyd, Alan B., Corcella, Aldo, Murray, Oswyn, Moreno, Alfonso, 1972-|
|LC Classifications||PA4004 .A84 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lv, 721 p. :|
|Number of Pages||721|
|LC Control Number||2012374420|
November Heinrich Stein, Herodotos, 5 vols. Lang Armayor
Lendle Historia Einzelschriften Malkin The individual introductions to each of the books, complete with outlines, are likewise thorough and tremendously helpful for novice and expert alike. An examination at times interesting, and a good source for early bibliography on the influence of poetry on early history. Bibliographies Bakker et al.
Dally Lattimore It is designed for use alongside the Oxford Classical Text of Herodotus, and will replace the century-old historical commentary of How and Wells as the most authoritative account of modern scholarship on Herodotus. David Asheri, Le storie: Erodoto.
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John L. Johnson Rosen Munson, Later, in the so-called Persian Debate 3. A fine general introduction in the Twayne World Authors Series.
Subscribe today Modern scholars disagree about whether Herodotus from the first had this arrangement in mind or had begun with a scheme for only one part, either a description of Persia or a history of the war, and if so, with which. Each subsequent generation of historians has sought to use his text and to measure their knowledge of these cultures against his words.
Enoch Powell, A Lexicon to Herodotus 2nd ed. James A. The Cambridge Companion to Herodotus. Nino Luraghi, ed. If it does so, however, A commentary on Herodotus books I-IV book will have to prepare themselves for tackling Herodotus by reading him in the original with the help of the massive commentary on his text published in Italian in recent years by David Asheri, Alan Lloyd, Aldo Corcella, and others, which is being translated into English and republished by a team of young scholars directed by Oswyn Murray and Alfonso Moreno.
Thomas G. Carolyn Dewald and John Marincola. The richness of the detail is undermined by the lack of a general index, however, A commentary on Herodotus books I-IV book that many individual points, which provide so much of the colour and vitality, may prove difficult to retrieve.
Lanham and London, For an interestingly different list of source citations, see also Jacobyff. Alle productspecificaties Samenvatting Herodotus, one of the earliest and greatest of Western prose authors, set out in the late fifth century BC to describe the world as he knew it - its peoples and their achievements, together with the causes and course of the great wars that brought the Greek cities into conflict with the empires of the Near East.
Gill and P. Redfield, "Herodotus the Tourist," CP Shrimpton, History and Memory in Ancient Greece. Bakker, Irene J. Emily Baragwanath. Rosalind Thomas, Herodotus in context: ethnography, science and the art of persuasion. Kurt A. Lloyd, In my lifetime, no one has done as much for the study of ancient history as this non-academic amateur enthusiast.
Dorati Aug 23, · The answer began to form in the s and s, first with A. B. Lloyd's monumental commentary on Book II (Brill, 3 vols., –), and then with the new series of commentaries on individual Books of Herodotus, published for the Fondazione Lorenzo Valla by Mondadori (Milan), of which the jewels in the crown were those by David Asheri on.
Buy Commentary on Herodotus Books I-IV: Bks. by David Asheri, Alan Lloyd, Aldo Corcella (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible magicechomusic.com: David Asheri, Alan Lloyd, Aldo Corcella. In the last decade or so, studies of Herodotus have flourished in the English-speaking world.
However, apart from new commentaries for books VIII and IX in the Cambridge 'green and yellow' series 1 and Lionel Scott's historical commentary of book VI, 2 there has been no general commentary of the whole of Herodotus' text to support this new and exciting raft of scholarship except the tired and.The How commentary was pdf for getting a real understanding of pdf Herodotus was talking about and in fact made it very entertaining.
In particular, these first four books should be very enjoyable for those what want to get a feel for an intelligent Greek's world view at the time, without getting into the actual history of the Persian War 5/5(1).Download pdf Herodotus: Histories Book V; Herodotus: Histories Book V.
Herodotus: Histories Book V. Textbook This is an up-to-date edition of and commentary on the Greek text of the book, providing extensive help with the Greek, basic historical information and clear maps, as well as lucid and insightful historical and literary interpretation of Cited by: 1.A ebook of The Landmark Herodotus: The Histories, edited by Robert B.
Strassler; Herodotus: Histories Book VIII, by Herodotus, ebook by A.M. Bowie; Herodotus: Histories Book IX, by Herodotus, edited by Michael A. Flower and John Marincola; and A Commentary on Herodotus Books I-IV, by David Asheri, Alan Lloyd, and Aldo Corcella, edited by Oswyn Murray and Alfonso Moreno.