Jason and the Golden Fleece (Penguin Epics)

Jason and the Golden Fleece (Penguin Epics, #6)

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The tales of a book and music nerd who floats between Australia, Sweden and Britain.

So it makes it a bit tedious to read at times. That was hard to summarize. Published by Oxford University Press first published Trivia About Jason and the Gol That being said, the subject First, a note as to the version I read: Geography brings me to an interesting result of reading this book:

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About Apollonius of Rhodes. Apollonius of Rhodes Ancient Greek: The poem is one of the few extant examples of the epic genre and it was both innovative and influential, providing Ptolemaic Egypt w Apollonius of Rhodes Ancient Greek: The poem is one of the few extant examples of the epic genre and it was both innovative and influential, providing Ptolemaic Egypt with a "cultural mnemonic" or national "archive of images",[1] and offering the Latin poets Virgil and Gaius Valerius Flaccus a model for their own epics.

His other poems, which survive only in small fragments, concerned the beginnings or foundations of cities, such as Alexandria and Cnidus — places of interest to the Ptolemies, whom he served as a scholar and librarian at the Library of Alexandria.