Io: From Giovanni Boccaccio’s Famous Women: A New Translation, with Text, and CommentaryCampbell's Commentaries (2015)
The story of how Io came to be known as Isis, Egypt's most revered Goddess as told by Renaissance author Giovanni Boccaccio, parallel Latin-English a new translation, text, and commentary, by E.H. Campbell, 32 pages.
- Giovanni Boccaccio,
Publication DateFall October 6, 2015
Citation InformationEdward H Campbell. "Io: From Giovanni Boccaccio’s Famous Women: A New Translation, with Text, and Commentary" Campbell's Commentaries (2015)
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