A Student Commentary on Pausanias Book 1 -

Hogan, Patrick

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Synopsis: "Patrick Paul Hogan's A Student Commentary on Pausanias Book 1 introduces the first book of Pausanias' 'Description of Greece' to students of Classical Greek. Pausanias' second century CE work is the only surviving ancient description of the monuments and artwork of mainland Greece. Book 1 of the 'Description' covers Athens, its demes, and Megara--that is, Attica, the heart of the ancient Greek world. It offers not only a walking description of buildings, statues, and artwork by an ancient traveler but also insight into the mindset of an educated Greek of the Roman imperial age: his reaction to Roman domination and Classical Greek history and culture, his deeply felt religious beliefs, and his ideas regarding Hellenism and Hellenic identity. This textbook, the first on Pausanias aimed at students in almost a century, brings Pausanias back into the classroom for a new generation of readers. It is based on the Greek text edited by M.H. Rocha-Pereira and includes philological and historical commentary by Hogan. This volume elucidates difficult syntax and helps the reader with the immense number of names and places Pausanias mentions. It is suitable for students of Classical Greek at the graduate and undergraduate levels, whether Classical philologists or Classical archaeologists and art historians. Professors of archaeology will find this textbook an excellent starting point for any course on Pausanias and easily supplemented by their own knowledge of material remains and modern finds" --

About the Author: Patrick Paul Hogan has taught at Wayne State University and Hope College. He has been a recipient of a Younger Scholars Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, and he has been a Virginia Grace Fellow at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. He has also held both Pre-Doctoral and Dissertation Fellowships from the Rackham School of Graduate Studies at the University of Michigan.

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