Phaenomena   - in ancient sources @

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  Phaenomena   - title of a poem by Aratus
240/27 Arat:Phaen, the "Phaenomena" of Aratus, written at the request of Ant
    Within translations:
AntipThes_9.541 empty us both you see all the Phaenomena. * & See No. 428
Callim:Epigr_29 ping. & [29] & & On the "Phaenomena" of Aratus.
Poseidon_97 makes no mention of it in the Phaenomena. If one goes fro
Schol:Theoc_6 be the Aratus who wrote the Phaenomena. He lived at the
Vit:Arat_* 0-5 * SOLI Aratus wrote the Phaenomena, a poem about astronom
Vit:Lycoph_1 Aratus, who wrote the Phaenomena and other poems Nicand
Vit:Theoc_2 Aratus, who wrote the Phaenomena and other poems Nicand

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