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|Homer (Greek Ὅμηρος Homēros)|
Uliran a larawan nang Homer makapetsa keng Hellenistic panaun. British Museum.
|Mebie||mga pang8 dilanua BC
|Asag||rhapsodic oral poetry|
|Ayasag||Classics (Western canon)|
I Homer (Ancient Greek: Ὅμηρος, Hómēros) metung yang maamlat a minunang panaun a Greek epic watas (poet), king matuang kaugalian, iya ing sinulat kareng mgakabang watas (epic) a Iliad ampo ing Odyssey.
Suglung Palual[mag-edit | edit source]
- Iliad by Homer
- Works by Homer at Project Gutenberg.
- Iliad bilingual edition bks 1-12 at archive.org
- Collection of Homer-related links
- Greek lessons based on Homer
- Clyde Pharr, Homer and the study of Greek
- SORGLL: Homer, Iliad, Bk I, 1-52; read by Stephen Daitz
- Racing Odysseus: A College President Becomes a Freshman Again A former college president attended St. John's College and wrote a memoir about his experience reading Homer, rowing Crew, and examining the importance of a liberal arts education in today’s society.
- Heath, Malcolm (May 4, 2001), Aristotle's Poetics: Notes on Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, http://www.leeds.ac.uk/classics/resources/poetics/poet-hom.htm, retrieved on 2008-10-01
- Translation issues: Iliad translator Herbert Jordan (U. of Oklahoma Press 2008) describes translation issues including: how literal should it be; whether to call the besiegers Achaeans, Argives, Danaans, or Greeks; how—and whether—to translate "winged words"; what the wall by the ships looked like; whether the besiegers slept in tents, huts, camps—or nothing.
|MAKUYAD A PAMILARAWAN||Author|
|ALDO KEBAITAN||ca. 8th century BC|