GEOGRAPHY OF STRABO: VOL 6, Books 13-14

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Harvard University P, 1989 - Geography, Ancient
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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 land

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Strabo was the geographer of the Ancient World. He not only traveled, but he relied on the recorded geographies of other writers to fill the gaps in his knowledge (which was pretty extensive). It is ... Read full review

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Strabo was the geographer of the Ancient World. He not only traveled, but he relied on the recorded geographies of other writers to fill the gaps in his knowledge (which was pretty extensive). It is ... Read full review

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