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windflowers of Asklepiades and the poems of Poseidippos
|Statement||tranlslated by Edward Storer.|
|Series||The poets translation series -- no. 5|
XVI. TO ASCLEPIUS (5 lines) (ll. ) I begin to sing of Asclepius, son of Apollo and healer of sicknesses. In the Dotian plain fair Coronis, daughter of. book i (ll. ) Beginning with thee, O Phoebus, I will recount the famous deeds of men of old, who, at the behest of King Pelias, down through the mouth of Pontus and between the Cyanean rocks, sped well-benched Argo in quest of the golden fleece.
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Windflowers of Asklepiades and the poems of Poseidippos. London: Egoist, ([London]: Pelican Press) (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Asclepiades, of Samos; Edward Storer; Bruce Rogers; Posidippus, of Pella; Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress).
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The Windflowers of Asklepiades and the Poems of Poseidippos, translated by Edward A. Storer, the Elfinspell Introduction. From the Egoist Press;The Poet's Translation Series, Second Set No. Greek poetry in translation. An online collection of classical poetry and epigrams by Greek poets in ancient Greecefrom the age of the Ptolemys.
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From The Windflowers of Asklepiades and The Poems of Poseidippos, translated by Edward Storer; from The Poet’s Translation Series, Second Set, No. 5; London: The Egoist Press, ; pp. THE POEMS OF POSEIDIPPOS [Translated by EDWARD A.
STORER] ===== FOREWORD. P OSEIDIPPOS lived a little later than Asklepiades. He was writing about. Windflowers of Asklepiades & Poems of Poseidippos, Poems/Poetry. London: The Egoist Press, Small hardcover, 26 pages, 5 1/2" x 6 1/2", with dust jacket.
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Seaton is a poet, critic, and translator. In his Spoor of Desire: Selected Poems was published by FootHills Publishing. He is also the author of Tourist Snapshots and Cold Water, as well as scholarly work (including a volume on medieval love poetry).
A book of essays and translations, Dada Poetry: an Introduction, was published by Nirala. Catalog Record: The windflowers of Asklepiades and the poems of Poseidippos | HathiTrust Digital Library.
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