Troy: Its Legend, History and Literature:

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EPOCHS OF ANCIENT HISTORY

TROY
ITS LEGEND, HISTORY AND LITERATURE

WITH A SKETCH OF THE TOPOGRAPHY OF THE TROAD IN THE LIGHT
OF RECENT INVESTIGATION.

BY

S. G. W. BENJAMIN, M.A.,

Author of " The Turk and the Greek," &c.

WITH MAP.

Was this the face that launched a thousand ships
And burnt the topless towers of Ilium!
Sweet Helen.

MARLOWE.

NEW YORK

CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS

743 and 745 Broadway

-i-

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface iii
  • Contents v
  • Part I - The Legend. xv
  • Chapter I - The Youth of Paris 1
  • Chapter II - Helen. 12
  • Chapter III - The Greeks at Aulis. 19
  • Chapter IV - The Wrath of Achilles 26
  • Chapter V - Combat of Menelaus and Paris. 33
  • Chapter VI - Storming of the Greek Camp. 42
  • Chapter VII - Death of Hector. 54
  • Chapter VIII - Fall of Achilles. 66
  • Chapter IX - Sack of Troy. 79
  • Chapter X - Destiny of the Victors. 86
  • Part II - Literature and Topography of Troy. 99
  • Chapter I - Origin of the Legend. 101
  • Chapter II - Homer. 114
  • Chapter III - German Criticism on Homer. 128
  • Chapter IV - English Criticism of Homer. 140
  • Chapter V - Historic Evidences of the Trojan War. 149
  • Chapter VI - Site of Troy. 160
  • Index 173
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