The war at Troy: what Homer didn't tell

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University of Oklahoma Press, 1968 - History - 279 pages
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Chronicle of events of the Trojan War from the death of Hector to the departure of the Greeks from Troy. Written about 360 A.D.

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A continuation of the Iliad a must read for anyone into Greek myth. Read full review

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It turns out that what Homer didn't tell, was quite a lot: the Amazons, the Ethiopians, the Thessalians, the death Achilles at Paris' hand, the madness and death of Ajax, Neoptlemus, Philocteses, the death of Paris, the Trojan Horse and the fall of Troy. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
book one The Arrival Deeds and Death
25
book two The Arrival Deeds and Death of Memnon
47
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