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Excerpt from The First Book of Homer's Iliad: With a Vocabulary, Some Account of Greek Prosody and an Appendix

A work' has recently been published, in which what ever relates to Homer has been discussed not only fully, but in a way that is as interesting, as the subject - in the eyes of classical scholars, at least - is important. Herein it is propounded, that, from the poet's assigning especial prominence and glory in the Iliad to the Achaians, while he makes no mention of the Dorians, he was most probably an Achaian Greek living before the time of the Dorian conquest of the Peloponnesus (which took place about B. C. And in all likelihood at no distant date from the fall of Troy probably within fifty years of that event. Again it is stated that the first result of the Dorian conquest was the Eolic migration. Many fugitives, expelled from various parts of Greece, passed first into the North Of the Peloponnésus, and afterwards into Asia Minor. Together with these the more genial and appreciative portion Of the nation, the recitation of the poems could not but migrate too. And as the poems thus became domiciled for a while in Asia, all that related to them, and most of all Homer himself, came to be regarded as Asiatic.

The grammatical construction of the language in the First Book of the Iliad presents no especial difficulty. It is different, however, with regard to the Homeric Dialect. Information on this last subject is given at p. 81 of Party's Greek Grammar; and the General View of tile Dialects, at p. 169 of the same work, may be consulted with advantage. As an addition to what may be found at the places above mentioned, the following remarks are offered.

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