Tragedy, Authority, and Trickery: The Poetics of Embedded Letters in Josephus

  Olson, Ryan Scott. 2010. Tragedy, Authority, and Trickery: The Poetics of Embedded Letters in Josephus. Hellenic Studies Series 42. Washington, DC: Center for Hellenic Studies.


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