|Statement||[Strabo] ; literally translated, with notes, the first six books by H. C. Hamilton ; the remainder by W. Falconer.|
|Series||Bohn"s classical library|
|The Physical Object|
Aug 11, · The Geography of Strabo: Literally Translated, With Notes, the First Six Books By H. C. Hamilton, the Remainder By W. Falconer, Vol. 2 of 3 (Classic Reprint). Aug 28, · Strabo (ca. 64 BCE to ca. 25 CE), an Asiatic Greek of Amasia in Pontus, studied at Nysa and after 44 BCE at Rome. He became a keen traveller who saw a large part of Italy, various near eastern regions including the Black Sea, various parts of Asia Minor, Egypt as far as Ethiopia, and parts of /5(2). Strabo, Greek geographer and historian whose Geography is the only extant work covering the whole range of peoples and countries known to both Greeks and Romans during the reign of Augustus (27 bce–14 ce). Its numerous quotations from technical literature, moreover, provide a remarkable account of. Feb 13, · Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.
Jan 04, · Strabo, Geography, books in 8 volumes (Loeb Classical Library) Item Preview 1 Strabo 01 Geography pdf. 2 Strabo 02 Geography pdf. 3 Strabo 03 Geography pdf. Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader plus-circle Add Review. comment. Reviews There are no reviews yet. Strabo's historical work is lost, but his most important Geography in seventeen books has survived. After two introductory books, numbers 3 and 4 deal with Spain and Gaul, 5 and 6 with Italy and Sicily, 7 with north and east Europe, 8–10 with Greek lands, 11–14 with the main regions of Asia and with Asia Minor, 15 with India and Iran, Strabo has books on Goodreads with ratings. Strabo’s most popular book is Geography, Volume I: Books User Review - Flag as inappropriate Strabo wrote the Geography between the years 17/18 and 23/ He presents a fascinating picture of how the world appeared to the Greeks and Romans of the late 1st century BCE and early 1st century CE.5/5(1).
This is a selective summary of translations of Strabo’s work from ancient Greek into modern languages: English, French, German and Italian. Each entry starts with the number of books of the Geography translated, as translators sometimes stall out before completing all seventeen books. For e-books, where available, click on the volume number. In his seventeen-book Geography, Strabo (c. 64 BCE-c. 25 CE) discusses geographical method, stresses the value of geography, and draws attention to the physical, political, and historical details of separate countries. Geography is a vital source for ancient geography and informative about ancient geographers. Get this from a library! The Geography of Strabo. [Strabo.; Duane W Roller] -- "The Geography of Strabo is the only surviving work of its type in Greek literature, and the major source for the history of Greek scholarship on geography and the formative processes of the earth. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital privolie.com projects include the Wayback Machine, privolie.com and privolie.com