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by John Lascelles

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ISBN:
1412058295
Author:
John Lascelles
Language:
English
Publisher:
Trafford Publishing (July 6, 2006)
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204 pages
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John, who hopes his revelations will enhance the credibility of Homer as a witness of ancient history, is inspired by John Lascelles who wrote Troy: The World Deceived - Homer's Guide to Pergamum and Robert Bittlestone's Odysseus Unbound.

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Translated by. Robert Fagles So Hermes warned, with all the good will in the world. Robert Fagles. Book I. Athena Inspires the Prince. Sing to me of the man, Muse, the man of twists and turns. driven time and again off course, once he had plundered the hallowed heights of Troy. Poseidon had gone to visit the Ethiopians worlds away, Ethiopians off at the farthest limits of mankind, a people split in two, one part where the Sungod sets and part where the Sungod rises. There Poseidon went to receive an offering, bulls and rams by the hundred - far away at the feast the Sea-lord sat and took his pleasure. So Hermes warned, with all the good will in the world. but would Aegisthus' hardened heart give way?

Homer takes our minds away from the grim work of war and the horror of Achilles' degradation of Hector's corpse to show us.

Homer takes our minds away from the grim work of war and the horror of Achilles' degradation of Hector's corpse to show us a series of brilliant characterizations of his heroes in new situations. The god Hermes guides Priam safely through the Achaean sentries and through the gate that bars the entrance to Achilles' courtyard; Priam takes Achilles by surprise as he sits at table, his meal just finished. His appearance, unannounced, is a mystery, a thing unprecedented, and Achilles is astonished.

Homer’s Iliad is usually thought of as the first work of European literature, and .

Homer’s Iliad is usually thought of as the first work of European literature, and many would say, the greatest. It tells part of the saga of the city of Troy and the war that took place there. Ominously for Troy, the gods on the Greek side, notably Hera (queen of the gods), Athena (goddess of wisdom and war), and Poseidon (god of the land and sea), represent a much more powerful force than the divine supporters of Troy, of whom Apollo (the archer god and god of afar) is the main figure. Achilles mourns the death of Patroclus. It therefore had a strong resonance throughout the Greek world, and is often thought of as a pan-Hellenic poem, a possession of all the Greeks.

Homer's own words guide you to find Troy around the greatest acropolis east of the Aegean Sea. Resolve an ancient mystery at Pergamum in western Turkey.