Planudes Maximus

Planudes Maximus (plənōˈdēz măkˈsĭməs) [key] or Maximus Planudes, c.1260–c.1330, Byzantine scholar, an exceptionally learned monk. His edition of the Greek Anthology was long the standard. His prose collection of Aesop's Fables is outstanding.

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