A text with apparatus criticus translation and commentary with introduction of the first book of valerius flaccus argonautica an unfinished roman epic extending to eight books and several thousand lines written in the flavian period 69 96 ce the commentary addresses both textual and semantic matters and broader questions of stylistics poetics thematics and cultural context . Valerius flaccus was a roman poet who flourished in the late c1st ad during the reign of the emperor vespasian his only surviving work is an unfinished epic poem entitled the argonautica describing the voyage of the argonauts in their quest for the golden fleecethe work differs in many respects from the like themed argonautica of apollonius rhodius composed four centuries earlier in greek. Rezension zu review of zissos andrew valerius flaccus argonautica book 1 edited with introduction translation and commentary. The first comprehensively annotated translation of the initial volume of this roman epic poem includes an introduction that sheds light on the authors style and language his innovative use of poetic models and his place in the literary tradition. Valerius flaccus argonautica book 1 edited with introduction translation and commentary is available in our digital library an online access to it is set as public so you can download it instantly our digital library spans in multiple countries allowing you to get the most less latency time to download any of our books like this one
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