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Hayden Pelliccia

Hayden Pelliccia is a Professor of Classics at Cornell. (October 2017)

Diego Velázquez: Aesop, 1640

Where Does His Wit Come From?

Aesopic Conversations: Popular Tradition, Cultural Dialogue, and the Invention of Greek Prose

by Leslie Kurke

November 8, 2012 issue

‘Let Virgil Be Virgil’

The Aeneid

by Virgil, translated from the Latin by Robert Fagles, with anintroduction by Bernard Knox

Aeneid

by Virgil, translated from the Latin by Stanley Lombardo, with anintroduction by W.R. Johnson

April 12, 2007 issue

Was Jason a Hero?

The Argonautika

by Apollonios Rhodios, translated from the Greek with an introduction, commentary, and glossary by Peter Green

July 19, 2001 issue

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