Pausanias : Travel and Memory in Roman Greece
A collection of specially commissioned essays addressing the most important travel book to survive from antiquity. Pausanias' "Guide to Greece" has for centuries been the key source for archaeologists and art historians researching the monuments and landscape of ancient Greece, as well as one of the major documants of ancient Greek history and mythology. The essays in this volume, unpack the dynamics that informed Pausanias' writing, and demonstrate his importance for formulating modern attitudes to the topography, landscape, and ruins of Greece.
- Hardback | 392 pages
- 158.8 x 235 x 25.4mm | 748.44g
- 16 Aug 2001
- Oxford University Press Inc
- New York, United States
- numerous halftones and maps
"The stimulating, thoughtful, and well-written essays of this volume will inspire still further work on Pausanias.... For anyone undertaking such work this book will be essential background reading, and it will also be rewarding reading for anyone interested in the era of the Second Sophistic and in the reception of antiquity in the modern age."