Pindar Carmina

Hardcover | March 1, 1993

EditorMaurice Bowra

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The series consists of a text without commentary but with a brief apparatus criticus at the foot of each page. There are now over 100 volumes, representing the greater part of classical Greek and Latin literature. The aim of the series remains that of including the works of all the principal classical authors. Although this has been largely accomplished, new volumes are still being published to fill the remaining gap, and old editions are being revised in the light of recent research or replaced.

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The series consists of a text without commentary but with a brief apparatus criticus at the foot of each page. There are now over 100 volumes, representing the greater part of classical Greek and Latin literature. The aim of the series remains that of including the works of all the principal classical authors. Although this has been la...

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The series consists of a text without commentary but with a brief apparatus criticus at the foot of each page. There are now over 100 volumes, representing the greater part of classical Greek and Latin literature. The aim of the series remains that of including the works of all the principal classical authors. Although this has been la...

Pindar (or Pindarus) (522 BC-443 BC) was perhaps the greatest of the nine lyric poets of ancient Greece.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:7.28 × 4.92 × 0.83 inPublished:March 1, 1993Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:019814539X

ISBN - 13:9780198145394

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The series consists of a text without commentary but with a brief apparatus criticus at the foot of each page. There are now over 100 volumes, representing the greater part of classical Greek and Latin literature. The aim of the series remains that of including the works of all the principal classical authors. Although this has been largely accomplished, new volumes are still being published to fill the remaining gap, and old editions are being revised in the light of recent research or replaced.