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Loeb Classical Library 219

Oppian, Colluthus, and Tryphiodorus

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HARDCOVER

$28.00 • £19.95 • €25.00

ISBN 9780674992412

Publication Date: 01/01/1928

Loeb

720 pages

4-1/4 x 6-3/8 inches

Zoological catalogue, indexes

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  • Preface
  • Oppian
    • Introduction
      • I. The Authorship of the Poems
      • II. Zoology before Oppian
      • III. Hunting, Fishing, Fowling
      • IV. On the Identification of Certain Fishes
      • V. Some Animal Idiosyncrasies
      • IV. Analyses
      • VII. Bibliography
    • Cynegetica, or The Chase
      • Book I
      • Book II
      • Book III
      • Book IV
    • Halieutica, or Fishing
      • Book I
      • Book II
      • Book III
      • Book IV
      • Book V
    • Classified Zoological Catalogue
    • General Index
  • Colluthus
    • Introduction
      • I. The Life of Colluthus
      • II. The Text
      • III. Bibliography
    • The Rape of Helen
  • Tryphiodorus
    • Introduction
      • I. The Life of Tryphiodorus
      • II. The Manuscripts
      • III. Bibliography
    • The Taking of Ilios
  • Index of Proper Names in Colluthus and Tryphiodorus

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