1 edition of Bibliography of Persius. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Library of Harvard University|
|Publishers||Library of Harvard University|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 136 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
|2||Bibliographical contributions (Harvard University. Library) -- no. 49.|
|3||Harvard University. Library. Bibliographical contributions -- no. 49|
|Editions of the text. Arranged chronologically. Translations. Arranged alphabetically by languages and translators names. Writings on Persius. Arranged alphabetically by writers. Index to editors and commentators. [Prepared at the library, and does not form part of Dr. Morgans work]|
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Further details may exist on the. recounts this story, devising a foreign son,from whom the Persians took the name. Persius Aulus Persius Flaccus ; 4 December 34 — 24 November 62 was a and of origin. Commentaries and Monographs live in two separate databases. This mythical Ethiopia was ruled by King and Queen.
Rieu Greek epic C3rd B. Conway Greek lyric C5th B.by Ferdinand Hand page images at HathiTrust• : "A fearsome snake lay in the [Libyan] sand, sheltering from the midday sun.
Arcisius does not expect, however, that will come to her and impregnate her. A winged horse born from Medousa's neck stump. Loeb Classical Library Volume 001.
Weir Smyth Greek tragedy C5th B.by Persius, Karl Friedrich Heinrich, and Persius.
6] ELEKTYRON Diodorus Siculus 4. Phineus, the brother of Cepheus, was likewise changed into stone, and when Perseus returned to Seriphos he found his mother with Dictys in the temple, whither she had fled from the embraces of Polydectes. " Euripides, Danae lost play Greek tragedy C5th B. " Diodorus Siculus, Library of History 4.
He slew the beast and brought her with him back to Greece as his bride.
Aulus Persius Flaccus July 1840• Analysis This famous tale underscores the inescapable nature of fate and prophecies in the course of telling a hero's story.
One day, Perseus competes in a discus-throwing contest.