Vergil's Aeneid and the Argonautica of Apollonius Rhodius
Virgil's debt to Homer is well known but, as this detailed and specialized analysis demonstrates, Apollonius RhodiusAe Argonautica, itself influenced by Homer, was a more immediate source. Assuming prior knowledge of the texts, Greek and Latin, Damien Nelis scrutinizes and compares specific episodes, characters or passages of text from Virgil, Apollonius and Homer, providing a fresh perspective on all three authors, and looks for the reasoning behind Virgil's choice of sources. Extracts in Greek and Latin.
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THE VOYAGE FROM TROY TO CARTHAGE
THE ARRIVAL AND RECEPTION IN CARTHAGE
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