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A ‘new’ poetry find has left lovers of Sappho thrilled, but its backstory may have been fabricated
Fresh research calls into question the published accounts of the origin of ancient papyrus fragments of the Greek poet’s work.
C Michael Sampson, The Conversation
· Feb 23, 2021 · 05:30 pm