The Iliad

The Iliad

Author: Homerus

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The Iliad and Odyssey of Homer

The Iliad and Odyssey of Homer

THE ILIAD AND ODYSSEY OF HOMER , # TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH BLANK VERSE BY THE LATE WILLIAM COWPER , ESQ . Τάδε δ ̓ αΐὶ μάρεσθ ̓ ὅμοια , διὰ δὲ τῶν αὐτῶν ἀεὶς — Epicharmus . VOLUME II , BOSTDE : PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOSEPH T.

Author: Homer

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ISBN: HARVARD:HXJ9B5

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The Iliad

The Iliad

There are 680 speech openers in the Iliad . No more than half are accounted for by frequent phrases , and not many phrase types occur a dozen times . Muthon eeipen ( 33-20 ) is a phrase with a somewhat Iliadic flavour .

Author: Martin Mueller

Publisher: Bristol Classical Press

ISBN: UOM:39015080882163

Category: Literary Collections

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Offers an introduction to Homer's poem which sees it as rooted in a particular culture with its own narrative and thematic conventions that are only partly explained by assumptions about the properties of oral poetry.
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Catalogue of the London Library Catalogue

Catalogue of the London Library      Catalogue

The Iliad , tr . into English accentuated hexameters , 8vo by Sir J. W. Herschel ] 1866 Barter ( W. G. T. ) The Iliad in English , with notes , 8vo ....... 1854 Boulton ( M. P. W. ) Iliad , Book 1 , also Passages from Virgil ...

Author: London Library

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ISBN: UCAL:$C18489

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Homer the Iliad

Homer   the Iliad

And , in the Original Iliad , we find ávaßaivw used absolutely to mean " going on board , ” which shows that the meaning is familiar :Ai . 312. οι μεν έπειτ ' άναβάντες επέπλεον υγρά κέλευθα . There remains one solitary Odyssean ...

Author: Florence Melian Stawell

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ISBN: NWU:35556025380122

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Homer Iliad

Homer  Iliad

These comparisons are, of course, anachronistic: in the end, it is important to return, in ring composition, to our opening remarks. To the poet of the Iliad, and his early audiences, vividness was a sign of divine presence, ...

Author: Barbara Graziosi

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781316139431

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The sixth book of the Iliad includes some of the most memorable and best-loved episodes in the whole poem: it holds meaning and interest for many different people, not just students of ancient Greek. Book 6 describes how Glaukos and Diomedes, though fighting on opposite sides, recognise an ancient bond of hospitality and exchange gifts on the battlefield. It then follows Hector as he enters the city of Troy and meets the most important people in his life: his mother, Helen and Paris, and finally his wife and baby son. It is above all through the loving and fraught encounter between Hector and Andromache that Homer exposes the horror of war. This edition is suitable for undergraduates at all levels, and students in the upper forms of schools. The Introduction requires no knowledge of Greek and is intended for all readers interested in Homer.
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Homer The Iliad

Homer The Iliad

He has applied the same method to his translation of The Iliad : " a translation into plain English of the plain story of Homer . ” And what a fascinating story it is ! Again to use Dr. Rouse's own words : " Homer is full of merriment ...

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The Athetized Lines of the Iliad

The Athetized Lines of the Iliad

2 Incidentally we are freed from one of the few ( 10 ) instances of έην before a vowel , cf. Meister , HK 108-9 ; LANGUAGE 13.306-12 ( 1937 ) . The Achaeans are marching to the attack : Τρωσιν δ 80 THE ATHETIZED LINES OF THE ILIAD.

Author: George Melville Bolling

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ISBN: UOM:39015011708958

Category: Achilles (Greek mythology) in literature

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The Journal of Hellenic Studies

The Journal of Hellenic Studies

That bronze is mentioned more than three times as often in the Iliad as it is in the Odyssey is a fact which , taken by itself , tells us nothing about the extent to which iron was used ; for there may be many other reasons why bronze ...

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ISBN: BML:37001200154578

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