Tradition and Design in the Iliad

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INDEX
Abstractions, use of, 231 ff.
Achaeans, 184 ff.
Achilleid, 9, 105.
Achilles, 2 ff., 15 ff., 17 ff., 32, 36, 193 ff.
Aeneas, 208 ff.
Aeolic dialect, 136 ff.
Aeschylus, 18 n., 26, 30, 229, 240, 249.
Agamemnon, 2 ff., 15, 17 ff., 202 ff.
Ahhiawa, 163 ff.
Aias, 3, 19, 32, 204 ff.
αἰδώς, 18, 240.
Akaiwasha, 167 ff.
Alaksandu, 179.
Alcaeus, 57, 62, 240, 256.
Alcman, 57, 256.
Allen, T. W., 71 n., 132 n., 135 n., 175 n., 181 ff., 251.
Andreus, 163, 169.
Andromache, 211 ff.
Antaravas, 163.
Anthropomorphism, 221 ff.
ἀοιδοί, 27 ff.
Aphrodite, 16, 22, 25, 223.
Apollo, 2, 37, 226.
Arcadian dialect, 143 ff.
Archilochus, 252, 265.
Argos, 40, 175 ff.
Ariosto, 98.
Aristarchus, 89, 97, 99.
Aristophanes, 89, 97.
Aristotle, 269.
Ariunna, 165.
Arnold, Matthew, 43, 45.
ἄτη, 19, 24, 26.
Athene, 18, 220, 221.
Atli, Song of, 47.
Atreus, 165.
Attarisiyas, 165 ff.
Atticisms, 129 ff.
Attila, 33.
Augment, treatment of, 148 ff.
Bacchylides, 33, 35, 61, 65.
Bards, 7, 27 ff., 47.
Battle of Frogs and Mice, 269.
Bechtel, F., 139, 149 n.
Bédier, J., 268 n.
Bentley, R., 146.
Beowulf, 32, 39, 47, 49, 64, 84 ff., 87, 114, 135, 157, 234, 238, 248.
Bergk, T., 59 n.
Bethe, E., 1 n., 31 n., 33 f., 53 n., 58 n., 77, 99, 122 n., 179, 254, 262 ff.
Boiling, G. M., 51 n.
Briseis, 213.
Buschor, E., 260 n.
Busolt, 75 n.
Bury, J. B., 139 n.
Calchas, 3.
Callinus, 265, 270.
Catalogue of Ships, 70 ff., 110 ff.
Cauer, P., 77, 83 n., 119 n., 129 n., 145 n., 146 n., 175, 185 ff.
Chadwick, H., 87 n., 169 n., 235 n.
Chambers, R. W., 47 n.
Chaucer, 5, 68, 93 ff., 132 ff., 249.
Charondas, 48.
Chios, 42, 132.
Chryses, 2, 37.
Cleisthenes, 40.
Clytaemnestra, 3.
Combats, single, 31 ff.
Comedy, 237 ff.
Comparetti, 29 n., 32 n.
Corinna, 8, 33, 35, 57, 133.
Coriolanus, 23.
Cyclic poems, 8.
Cynaethus, 40, 42, 51, 251.
Cypria, 12, 269.
Cypriote dialect, 143 ff.
Cyprus, 30, 41, 143, 166.
Cypselus, chest of, 260.
Dalmatia, 34.
Δαναοί, 163 ff.
Dante, 5, 86, 94, 114, 117, 126, 131, 246 ff., 271.
Danuna, 163.
Dardenui, 165.
Death, heroic view of, 236 ff.
Delos, 42.
Delphic Oracle, 61.
Demodocus, 7, 27, 36, 39, 42, 47, 53.
Deschamps, 9.
Digamma, 146 ff.
Digenes Acritas, 51.
Diomedes, 15, 18, 19, 71, 205 ff.
Dolon, 213.
Dörpfeld, W., 159.
Drerup, E., 36 n., 53 n., 77 n., 94 n., 175 n., 179.
Dryden, J., 45.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • I - Tradition and Design 1
  • II - The Origins of the Epic 27
  • III - The Hexameter 53
  • IV - Some Primitive Elements 67
  • V - Repetitions and Contradictions 87
  • VI - The Similes 114
  • VII - The Language 129
  • VIII - The Historical Background 156
  • IX - The Characters 192
  • XI - Homer and the Heroic Age 234
  • XII - Homer's Time and Place 251
  • Index 275
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