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Hermoniakos, Constantine


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Early 14th-C. poet.

His life is obscure. Hermoniakos (῾Ερμονιακός) wrote an account (Metaphrasis, i.e., transcription) of the Trojan War, in 24 books of unrhymed octosyllables, covering the war's antecedents and ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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