Sophocles, Volume 2

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This city of wealth and luxury drew expatriates from a hundred other states, while its citizens visited Athens, Egypt, the Middle East, and perhaps even India. The gorgeous lyrical love poems of Ancient Greece and Rome reflected cultures open to physical and emotional expression. This Life was written for Edward's queen, Edith, in two parts: the second part, which laments the battle of Hastings and the Norman Conquest, may have been finished by 1067 and certainly by Edith's death in 1075.

Pages: 586

Publisher: Nabu Press (May 12, 2010)

ISBN: 1149223898

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