Iliad

Notes

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  2. ^ Vidal-Naquet, Pierre. Le monde d'Homère (The World of Homer), Perrin (2000), p. 19
  3. ^ "Linguistic evidence supports date for Homeric epics - Altschuler - 2013 - BioEssays - Wiley Online Library". Onlinelibrary.wiley.com. 2013-02-18. Retrieved 2014-03-13. 
  4. ^ Aeschylus does portray it so in Fragment 134a.
  5. ^ Hornblower, S. and Spawforth, A. The Oxford Companion to Classical Civilization (1998) pp. 3, 347, 352.
  6. ^ Homer's Iliad, Classical Technology Center.
  7. ^ Lefkowitz, Mary. Greek Gods, Human Lives: What We Can Learn From Myths (2003) New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press
  8. ^ Taplin, Oliver. "Bring Back the Gods", The New York Times 14 December 2003.
  9. ^ Jaynes, Julian. (1976) The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind. Pg. 221
  10. ^ 2.155, 2.251, 9.413, 9.434, 9.622, 10.509, 16.82
  11. ^ "The Concept of the Hero in Greek Civilization". Athome.harvard.edu. Retrieved 2010-04-18. 
  12. ^ "Heroes and the Homeric Iliad". Uh.edu. Retrieved 2010-04-18. 
  13. ^ a b Volk, Katharina. "ΚΛΕΟΣ ΑΦΘΙΤΟΝ Revisited". Classical Philology, Vol. 97, No. 1 (Jan., 2002), pp. 61–68.
  14. ^ 9.410-416
  15. ^ Homer. The Iliad. Richmond Lattimore, translator. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (1951)
  16. ^ II.46, V.724, XIII.22, XIV.238, XVIII.370
  17. ^ Rouse, W.H.D. The Iliad (1938) p.11
  18. ^ Homer. The Iliad, Richmond Lattimore, translator. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (1951). 1.13.
  19. ^ Homer. The Iliad, Richmond Lattimore, translator. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (1951). 1.122.
  20. ^ Homer. The Iliad. Richmond Lattimore, translator. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (1951). 1.181–7.
  21. ^ Homer. The Iliad. Richmond Lattimore, translator. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (1951). 18.111–16.
  22. ^ Fate as presented in Homer's "The Iliad", Everything2
  23. ^ Iliad Study Guide, Brooklyn College
  24. ^ Homer. The Iliad. Richmond Lattimore, translator. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (1951). 16.849–54.
  25. ^ Homer. The Iliad. Richmond Lattimore, translator. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (1951). 16.433–4.
  26. ^ Homer. The Iliad. Richmond Lattimore, translator. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (1951). 16.440–3.
  27. ^ Homer. The Iliad. Richmond Lattimore, translator. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (1951). 22.178–81.
  28. ^ Homer. The Iliad. Richmond Lattimore, translator. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (1951). 20.300–4.
  29. ^ Nikoletseas, Michael. M. (2012). The Iliad: The Male Totem, p. 26. ISBN 978-1482069006.
  30. ^ Ἰλιάς, Ἰλιακός, Ἴλιος. Liddell, Henry George; Scott, Robert; A Greek–English Lexicon at the Perseus Project
  31. ^ Hist. 2.116
  32. ^ Robot Scans Ancient Manuscript in 3-D, Wired.
  33. ^ Nikoletseas, Michael M. (2012). The Iliad: Twenty Centuries of Translation: A Critical View. ISBN 978-1469952109
  34. ^ The Columbia Encyclopedia, Fifth Edition (1994) p.173
  35. ^ Porter, John. The Iliad as Oral Formulaic Poetry (8 May 2006) University of Saskatchewan. Retrieved 26 November 2007.
  36. ^ Lord, Albert. The Singer of Tales Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press (1960) p.190
  37. ^ Lord, Albert. The Singer of Tales Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press (1960) p.195
  38. ^ Iliad, Book XVI, 130–54
  39. ^ Armstrong, James I. The Arming Motif in the Iliad. The American Journal of Philology, Vol. 79, No. 4. (1958), pp.337–54.
  40. ^ Toohey, Peter. Reading Epic: An Introduction to the Ancient Narrative. New Fetter Lane, London: Routledge, (1992).
  41. ^ Iliad 3.45–50
  42. ^ Iliad 59–65
  43. ^ Keegan, John. A History of Warfare (1993) p.248
  44. ^ Iliad 6.6
  45. ^ Cahill, Tomas. Sailing the Wine Dark Sea: Why the Greeks Matter (2003)
  46. ^ Lendon, J.E."Soldiers and Ghosts" (2005) p.36
  47. ^ Lendon, J.E. "Soldiers and Ghosts" (2005) p. 22–3
  48. ^ Iliad. 4.473-83, Lattimore, translator
  49. ^ Lendon, J.E. "Soldiers and Ghosts" (2005) p.51
  50. ^ 5.17
  51. ^ (Iliad. 7.237-43, Lattimore, translator)
  52. ^ Lendon, J.E. "Soldiers and Ghosts" (2005) p.240
  53. ^ A large amount of the citations and argumentation in this section of the article must be ultimately attributed to:Lendon, J.E. Soldiers and Ghosts: A History of Battle in Classical Antiquity. New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 2005.
  54. ^ Greek Warfare: Myth and Realities [Paperback] Hans Van Wees, p 249
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  58. ^ Sacrifice (2004, ISBN 1-58240-360-0)
  59. ^ Betrayal, Part One (2008, ISBN 978-1-58240-845-3)
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  67. ^ Oswald, Alice (12 December 2011). "Why I pulled out of the TS Eliot poetry prize". The Guardian (London: Guardian News and Media Limited). Retrieved 2012-02-13. 
  68. ^ The Oxford Guide to English Literature in Translation, p.351
  69. ^ The Oxford Guide to English Literature in Translation, p.352
  70. ^ The Oxford Guide to English Literature in Translation, p.354
  71. ^ Nikoletseas, Michael M. The Iliad: Twenty Centuries of Translation: A Critical View, 2012
  72. ^ OCLC 722287142
  73. ^ Bird, Graeme D. (2010). Multitextuality in the Homeric Iliad : the witness of the ptolemaic papyr. Washington, D.C.: Center for Hellenic Studies. ISBN 0-674-05323-0. 

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