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The Homer Homepage
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An excerpt read by Anthony Quayle; from Harper Audio, in Real Audio
The Homeric World
The Oral Tradition
- Ithaka Map and
The Fall of Troy: A Multimedia Path A series of 28 images
of the Fall of Troy, with commentary by Mark Morford and
Daniel Holmes, University of Virginia
The Trojan War Images from vase paintings and other
classical artifacts, and from European paintings. From
Mythmedia by Ora Zehavi and Dr. Sonia Klinger, University
Images of the Trojan War Myth from the Temple University
Classics Department. A catalog of many images from various sources,
primarily vase paintings from Perseus.
Papyrus Fragment of Iliad 22, 111-149 from Duke University
A Roman mosaic of Homer and Calliope from the
essay by J-Cl. Muller, University of Toronto.
display from The
National Museum of Art and History, Luxembourg.
The Trojan War Lantern slides from the Lantern Slide
Preservation Project, School of Library and Information Management,
Emporia State University (lantern slides from the late 19th and
early 20th centuries
Allusions, Influences, and Variations
Homerica A project from the University of Grenoble. Pages
The Odyssey Project An archaeological project founded
by Professor Sarantis Symeonoglou to determine the relationship
between the ancient remains on the island of Ithaka and the Ithaka
detailed in Homer's Odyssey. See especially Summary of the Work.
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