Studies on Homer and the Homeric Age: Prolegomena. Achaeis or, The Ethnology of the Greek races

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Oxford University Press, 1858 - Civilization, Homeric
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Consistency maintained in and after Il ix
377
But it pervades the poem
384
Retributive justice in the two poems
393
human animal and inanimate
397
SECT III
425
Greek estimate of the discovery of Number
431
His silence as to the numbers of the armies
439
Case of the Trojan bivouac
442
Case of the three Decades of years
449
Uses of the proposed interpretation
455
Applications of ξανθός ερυθρός πορφύρεος 4бо
462
The aidadˇels of Homer
468
Γλαυκός γλαυκώπις γλαυκιόων
474
Especially in the Greek Catalogue 440
478
In the case of human beauty and of Iris
482
His system one of light and dark
489
Greek philosophy of colour
493
31
494
Miltons place among Epic poets 500
501
Character of Ăneas in the Iliad
507
Homer is misapprehended through Virgil
513
Action of the Twelfth Ăneid
520
The woman characters of Homer and Virgil
527
PostHomeric change in the idea of the PoÚts office
533
Comparison of the Trojan War with the Crusades
535
Intrusion of incongruous elements
542
Obtrusiveness of the amatory element
548
Tassos greatness except as compared with Homer
554
His boastfulness his only moral fault
561
Brightness of his character as to the affections
567
Homers intention with respect to it
573
Homers epithets and simile for Helen
575
Picture of Helen in II ´i
581
His place in the War
587
General obliteration of the finer distinctions
593
Mutilation of the Ulysses of Homer
601
New relative position of Trojans and Greeks
607
Racines IphigÚnie
613

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