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PREFACE

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For most people Greek poetry means Homer, and rightly so, since the first and greatest of Greek poets is that singer of tales of men at arms and a hero's return home from Troy. But there were also those who sang of love, artists who celebrated in verse the whole range of experience and emotion that every lover knows. ...

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The Poets

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Born in Myrina on the west coast of Asia Minor, Agathias lived from 536 to 582 A.D. He studied law in Alexandria and Constantinople, where he earned the title scholastikos, and edited an anthology of poems that became the basis of the Greek Anthology. ...

Index to the Greek Texts

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