The Phaecians of Homer; The Phaecian Episode of the Odyssey as Comprised in the Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Eleventh, and Thirteenth Books

The Phaecians of Homer; The Phaecian Episode of the Odyssey as Comprised in the Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Eleventh, and Thirteenth Books

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...with T 126, where the destinies of the other protagonist are thus referred to by Here: ' '1'ua mi 'I'l-;4z'rlZ Tpohzmn mifiycw d'1ip.apov' U0-repou ax"/"rs '11' '1r: L'o'e'ra. '1'centsro'a 01 Alan yzyuopevrg s"7rz'in1os Ming, Z51," u.w crixc, u.1i-mp. 199. The extraordinary manner of his appearance before them, his beauty, Z 230-37, 243, 276, and their remoteness from men make Alcinous doubtful if he be not a god. 200. &Mo-n.-r68', "something other (than ordinary) herein."----r68'; Z 206, 276. 201. 1a, exactly like the Attic use of the article with adverbs; H. 524.--centso.'.vov'ro..; Z 220.--lvupycis, "undisguised," in their own proper persons, so as to be easily recognized. This boon is not always granted to the Greeks, as is expressly stated when Athene appears to Odysseus at the hut of Eumaaus, and Telemachus does not see her, 1r 161. This infirmity of vision may arise from the supernatural ether habitually enveloping the deity, or from a mist that stands before the person's eyes and must be removed, E 127, or from some disguise assumed by the divine personage, 1; 19, 9 8,193; for it is assumed that the proper persons of the deities are in general well known; on C 152. 202. Zp8uuv; Z 183. This word in the great majority of cases does not have P in Hm. and Hesiod, though Epypv does.--The hecatomb, even in Hm., never reaches a hundred victims, and is not always confined to oxen. The greatest number specifically named is in the hecatomb offered to Poseidon by Nestor, 'y 7, when 81 bullocks are sacrificed. Twelve heifers are promised to Athene by the Trojans, Z 93, and Peleus slays 50 sheep to the river Spercheios, 'II 147. 203. 5.p.p..; 2, ' 205show more

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  • English
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  • 1236790774
  • 9781236790774