Meleager Of Gadara
- Roman author, Greek genre: Martial's use of Epigrams
- Philodemus of Gadara (first century BC), the Epicurean friend of Piso whose literary criticism inspired Horace's Art of Poetry, was a witty poet of love epigrams, many of which survive.
- Greek Rhapsody: Instrumental Music from Greece 1905-1956
- Gadara is now an archaeological site in northwest Jordan, but the story is that it is where Meleager called his own anthology of short verse a "garland." A garland, it's a nice way to think about Greek Rhapsody.
- Book review: essays on the Levant an elegant collection
- He searches for traces of the Byzantine empress Eudocia and the Greek poet Meleager in the hotsprings of the Galilee. Traipsing around the desert in Jordan, he studies ancient rock inscriptions and reads them for meanings that can bridge the centuries.
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