- Ing articulung iti tungkul ya keng the Greek poet Homer and the works attributed to him. Para other meanings, lawen ye ing Homer (disambiguation).
Ing "Homeric" lilipat ya keni. Para keng aliwang gamit, lawen ye ing Homeric (disambiguation).
|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 | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]
Ing Wikimedia Commons atin yang mediang maki kaugnayan kang/king:
Ing Wikisource atin yang orihinal a obrang gewa nang o tungkul kang:
- 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.
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|MAKUYAD A PAMILARAWAN||Author|
|ALDO KEBAITAN||ca. 8th century BC|