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Title Details:
Literature of the Hellenistic Period.
Authors: Christopoulos, Menelaos
Vertoudakis, Vasileios
Bazou, Athina
Reviewer: Chatzilamprou, Rozalia
Subject: HUMANITIES AND ARTS > ARTS AND LETTERS > PHILOLOGY > CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY > ANCIENT GREEK PHILOLOGY
Keywords:
Hellenistic Times
Imperial Times
Anthology Of Texts
Ancient Greek Philology
Description:
Abstract:
The main representatives of greek authors of the hellenistic period are presented together with fragments of their texts. There are activties concering the fragments in order to make the students read the fragments and think about various aspects of their literary value, the genre and the period they belong to. An analysis follows giving among other information the answer to the activities. So the students have as well the conclusion about the literary, social and other characteristics of the period.
Table of Contents:
Table of Contents: General Information on the Literature of the Hellenistic Period, Callimachus (Activities), Theocritus (Activities), Apollonius (Activities), Epigrammatists (Activity), Polybius (Activities), General Information on the Scientific Literature, Theophrastus (Activity), Eucleides (Activity), Epigrams (Activity), Aristarchus (Activity), Bibliography.
Linguistic Editors: Apostoli, Persia
Graphic Editors: Theodoraki, Alexandra
Type: Chapter
Creation Date: 2015
Item Details:
License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/gr
Spatial Coverage: Hellenistic kingdoms of Alexander's the Great Diadochi
Temporal Coverage: 323-31 b.C.
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/11419/1571
Bibliographic Reference: Christopoulos, M., Vertoudakis, V., & Bazou, A. (2015). Literature of the Hellenistic Period. [Chapter]. In Christopoulos, M., Vertoudakis, V., & Bazou, A. 2015. Anthology of Greek Texts from the Hellenistic and Roman Period [Undergraduate textbook]. Kallipos, Open Academic Editions. https://hdl.handle.net/11419/1571
Language: Greek
Is Part of: Anthology of Greek Texts from the Hellenistic and Roman Period
Typical Learning Time: PT12H00M00S
Version: 1st
Publication Origin: Kallipos, Open Academic Editions