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Pseudo-Skylax on the Peloponnese

By D. Graham J. Shipley

Abstract

In this paper I take the opportunity to celebrate the work of our honorands, both of whom are distinguished in\ud Peloponnesian studies, by focusing on a description of the Peloponnese in a somewhat neglected work of fourthcentury BC geography. This distinctive passage, rather different in character from much of the work in question, bearsre-examination in the light of recent historical and archaeological advances as well as changing fashions in textual criticism

Publisher: Archaeopress
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:lra.le.ac.uk:2381/7670

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