Herington-1975 Introduction

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Reference point: pp. 104-5; Cicero, Tusculan Disputations, 2.23-25, quoting Prometheus of Aeschylus when bound to the Kaukasos. The quotation is in Latin translation. Id. p. 104 argue that Cicero would have translated the Greek fairly faithfully

reference-type: Book Section
author: Herington, C. John
year: 1975
title: Introduction
booktitle: Aeschylus: Prometheus Bound
editor: Scully, James and Herington, C. John
place-published: Oxford
publisher: Oxford University Press
otx-key: Herington-1975

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