Strabo of Amasia, a Greek geographer of the Augusto-Tiberian period, collected his observations of the Roman world of his time in his magnum opus, the Geography, which he described as a ‘Kolossourgia’, a colossal statue of a work. This term reflects not only the work’s size in seventeen books, but also its multi-faceted nature. An international team of Strabo scholars explores its details, and the cultural, political, historical and geographical questions addressed in the Geography. They present different approaches to the study of Strabo, from traditional literary and historical perspectives to newer material and feminist readings.
- Author(s): Daniela Dueck, Hugh Lindsay, Sarah Pothecary
- Number of pages: 304 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0521853060
- ISBN-13 : 978-0521853064
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Illustrated edition (January 30, 2006)
- Language: : English
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