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by Solensis Aratus

A poem about astronomical phenomena.

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Written in the Stars: Poetry and Philosophy in the Phainomena of Aratus
http://www.cisi.unito.it/arachne/num2/hunter.html
"The Phainomena of Aratus, probably composed in the period c. 280-260 B.C., is an account in 1154 hexameters of, first, the fixed constellations and their conjunctions and, secondly, of weather-signs in both heavenly bodies and other natural phenomena. It draws extensively upon two prose sources which we can reconstruct with some confidence."
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Richard L. Hunter
From: Arachnion n. 1.2, September 1995
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