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By Philip A. Stadter

A finished photograph of the existence and paintings of a huge determine one of the Greek-speaking authors of the Roman Empire. Arrian is our most beneficial resource for Alexander the good and the writer of 3 different significant ancient works and a few shorter essays and treatises. This, the 1st book-length research of Arrian in English during this century, makes a invaluable contribution to our knowing of Greek historiography and of the highbrow lifetime of the second one century A.D.

Originally released in 1980.

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