Pausanias (geographer of ancient Greece)
Pausanias, fl. AD 150, traveler and geographer, probably b. Lydia. His Description of Greece is an invaluable source for the topography, monuments, and legends of ancient Greece. There are translations by J. G. Frazer and W. H. S. Jones.
See study by C. Habicht (1969).
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