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The Milan Papyrus ( P. Mil. Volg. VIII. 309), containing a suite of epigrams it seems that all by means of Posidippus of Pella, offers some of the most interesting new additions to the corpus of Greek literature in many years. It not just comprises over a hundred formerly unknown epigrams through essentially the most well known poets of the 3rd century BC, yet as an artefact it constitutes our earliest instance of a Greek poetry e-book. as well as a poetic translation of the total corpus of Posidippus' poetry, this quantity comprises essays approximately Posidippus through specialists within the fields of papyrology, Hellenistic and Augustan literature, Ptolemaic heritage, and Graeco-Roman visible culture.

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