Eumachos of Neapolis is one of the very few historians from Magna Graecia that tradition knows. He wrote, around the end of the third century BC, Histories on Hannibal in at least two books and a Periegesis. Of these works, only two short fragments remain. The paper proposes some reflections on one of them, F 2, which is analyzed taking into account the methodological acquisitions to which the recent critical debate on fragmentary Greek historiography has led.
|Titolo:||Da Eumaco di Napoli a Flegonte di Tralle: riflessioni intorno a FGrHist/BNJ 178 F 2|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|