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La Iliada. Tomo primero / de Homero, traducida del griego en verso endecasílabo castellano por D. Ignacio García Malo

Reproducción digital de la edición de Madrid, por Pantaleón Aznar, 1788. [10], XC, 358, [6] p. ; 8º

La Iliada. Tomo segundo / de Homero, traducida del griego en verso endecasílabo castellano por D. Ignacio García Malo

Reproducción digital de la edición de En Madrid, por Pantaleón Aznar, 1788. [4], 390, [2] p. ; 8º

La Iliada. Tomo tercero / de Homero, traducida del griego en verso endecasílabo castellano por D. Ignacio García Malo

Reproducción digital de la edición de Madrid, por Pantaleon Aznar, 1788. [4], 356, [8] p. ; 8º

Homeri ... Ilias / per Laurentium Vallam latio donata

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Poieseis Omerou ampho ete Ilias kai e Odysseia ypo te Iakobou tou Mikyllou... = Opus ... Homeri Iliados et Odysseae / d...

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La Batracomiomaquia y El Crotalón: de la épica burlesca a la parodia de la historiografía / Ana Vián

Edición digital a partir de 1616 : Anuario de la Sociedad Española de Literatura General y Comparada, Vol. IV (Año 1981), pp. 145-161

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Presencia del mito: La tejedora de sueños / Manuel Alvar

Otra ed.: Bulletin Hispanique, núm. 78 (1976), pp. 34-73. Edición digital de la Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes por cortesía de los herederos del autor

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El escudo de Aquiles / Antonio Blanco Freijeiro

Otra ed. Historia 16, núm. 121 (mayo 1986), pp. 153-160 Versión digital por cortesía de los herederos del autor

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Herodotou Alikarnasseos Historiôn lógoi Th, epigraphómenoi mousai ; tou autoû Exégesis perì tês Homérou biotês = Histor...

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Eustathiou Archiepiscopou Thessalonikes Papekbolai eis ten Omerou Odysseian

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Herodoti Halicarnassei Historiae lib. IX et De vita Homeris libellus / illi ex interpretatione Laur. Vallae adscripta, h...

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Related authors Homero, S. IX a.C

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Name:
Homero
Date associated:
SIXaC
Uniform Resource Locator:
http://data.cervantesvirtual.com/person/1540
VIAF:
224924963
ISNI:
0000000121457753

(\"Homeric\" and \"Homerus\" redirect here. For other uses, see Homeric (disambiguation) and Homerus (disambiguation).)(For other uses, see Homer (disambiguation).) Homer (Ancient Greek: Ὅμηρος [hómɛːros], Hómēros) is best known as the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey. He was believed by the ancient Greeks to have been the first and greatest of the epic poets. Author of the first known literature of Europe, he is central to the Western canon. When he lived, as well as whether he lived at all, is unknown. Herodotus estimates that Homer lived no more than 400 years before his own time, which would place him at around 850 BCE or later. Pseudo-Herodotus estimates that he was born 622 years before Xerxes I placed a pontoon bridge over the Hellespont in 480 BCE, which would place him at 1102 BCE, 168 years after the fall of Troy in 1270 BCE. These two end points are 252 years apart, representative of the differences in dates given by the other sources. The importance of Homer to the ancient Greeks is described in Plato's Republic, where he is referred to as the protos didaskalos, \"first teacher\", of tragedy, the hegemon paideias, \"leader of learning\", and the one who ten Hellada pepaideuken, \"has taught Greece\". Homer's works, which are about fifty percent speeches, provided models in persuasive speaking and writing that were emulated throughout the ancient and medieval Greek worlds.Fragments of Homer account for nearly half of all identifiable Greek literary papyrus finds in Egypt.

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