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Io: From Giovanni Boccaccio’s Famous Women: A New Translation, with Text, and Commentary
Campbell's Commentaries (2015)
  • Edward H Campbell, independent scholar
Abstract
The story of how Io came to be known as Isis, Egypt's most revered Goddess as told by Renaissance author Giovanni Boccaccio, with a new translation, text, and commentary, by E.H. Campbell.
Keywords
  • Io,
  • Isis,
  • Giovanni Boccaccio,
  • Greece,
  • Rome,
  • Italy
Publication Date
Fall October 6, 2015
Citation Information
Edward H Campbell. "Io: From Giovanni Boccaccio’s Famous Women: A New Translation, with Text, and Commentary" Campbell's Commentaries (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/edward_campbell/19/
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons CC_BY International License.