7 edition of Studies in Greek scenery, legend and history found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Sir James George Frazer.|
|LC Classifications||DF72 .F845|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 419,  p.|
|Number of Pages||419|
|LC Control Number||19009059|
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Studies in Greek scenery, legend and history: selected from his commentary on Pausanias' 'Description of Greece'. [James George Frazer]. Studies in Greek scenery, legend and history, selected from his commentary on Pausanias' 'Description of Greece,' by Frazer, James George, Sir, Pages: Polemon of Athens (Greek: Πολέμων ὁ Ἀθηναῖος, fl.
2nd century BC) was a Stoic philosopher and Athenian citizenship, he was most widely known as Polemon of Athens, but he was born either in Ilium, Samos, or Sicyon, and was also known as Polemon of Ilium and Polemon traveled throughout Greece and wrote about the places he visited.
A Prytaneion (Ancient Greek: Πρυτανεῖον) was seat of the Prytaneis (), and so the seat of government in ancient term is used to describe any of a range of ancient structures where officials met (normally relating to the government of a city) but the term is also used to refer to the building where the officials and winners of the Olympic games met at Olympia.
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Studies in Greek Scenery, Legend and History Selected from His Commentary on Pausanias' 'Description of Greece,' (English) (as Author) Freeman, Edward A. (Edward Augustus), Studies of Travel: Greece (English) (as Author) Fulleylove, John, Greece Painted by John Fulleylove; described by J.A. McClymont (English) (as Illustrator).
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