4 edition of Studies in the poetry of Nicander found in the catalog.
|Series||Classical and Byzantine monographs ;, vol. 12|
|LC Classifications||PA4250.N4 W47 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||123 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||123|
|ISBN 10||902560899X, 9025606385|
|LC Control Number||87148308|
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[Heather White, (Classicist)] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Heather White, (Classicist) Find more information about: ISBN: X Medicine, zoology, botany and mineralogy are the themes of Nicander's two extant poems of the Hellenistic period - "Theriaca" and "Alexipharmaca".
Fragments of other poems also survive, including some fairly substantial pieces of his "Georgica". His didactic poetry, along with that of his approximate contemporary Aratus, had some influence on later poets, notably Virgil and Ovid. Originally published inthis volume gathers together the poems of Nicander (2nd century BC), the renowned Ancient Greek poet, physician and grammarian.
Consummately edited, the text contains the original Greek poetry with a parallel page translation, together with a brief biography, an introduction to the verse and a generous notes section at the end. Nicander has some claims upon the attention of students both of ancient literature and of ancient science.
Medicine, zoology, botany, and mineralogy are the themes of his two extant poems; whatever his exact date he belongs to a period from which little Greek literature of any kind has survived; and among later writers Virgil and Ovid were in his debt.
Medicine, zoology, botany and mineralogy are the themes of Studies in the poetry of Nicander book two extant poems of the Hellenistic period - "Theriaca" and "Alexipharmaca". Fragments of other poems also survive, including some fairly substantial pieces of his "Georgica".
His didactic poetry, along with that of his approximate contemporary Aratus, had some influence on later poets, notably Virgil and Ovid.
This fully. Evina Sistakou’s book promises a dark new future for the reading of Hellenistic poetry. Quibbles about the third chapter aside, The Aesthetics of Darkness makes the poems of Apollonius, Lycophron, and Nicander available as objects of transhistorical literary pleasure in a way that few studies have succeeded in doing.
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