Homer Greek Philosopher
Hómeros) was a legendary early Greek poet and rhapsode traditionally credited with the composition of the Iliad (?????) and the Odyssey (?d?sse?a).
In antiquity, he
was sometimes credited with the entire Epic Cycle, which included further poems on the Trojan War as well as the Theban poems about Oedipus and his
Greek Dark Ages - The Greek Dark Ages (ca. 1200 BC-800 BC) refers to the period of Greek prehistory from the presumed Dorian invasion and end of the Mycenaean civilization in the 11th century BC to the rise of the first Greek city-states in the 9th century BC and the epics of Homer
and earliest writings in alphabetic Greek in the 8th century BC.
Homeric Greek - Homeric Greek is the dialect of Ancient Greek that was used by Homer
in the Iliad and Odyssey.
It tells of the author's astonishment at reading the works of the ancient Greek poet Homer as freely translated by the Elizabethan playwright George Chapman.
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Classical definition of effeminacy Effeminacy (Greek: ; ; Latin: mollites) is applied to men who were effeminate; it is a form of excessive slackness" (18) A writer of the peripatetic school (c. 1st century BC or AD) homer greek philosopher.