06
Jul
09

More on Issues of Forgery in the Ancient World

Neil Godfrey was kind enough to offer some comments in response to my response to his response to the first chapter of Anthony Grafton’s Forgers and Critics: Creativity and Duplicity in Western Scholarship.  (How’s that for a tongue twister?  I just wanted to see if you were pay attention.)  I have also offered some further thoughts.  Any interested parties are welcome to read the previous comments and join in the discussion here.  

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