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Additional Resources for The Iliad by Homer

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Sources for Further Study

Biers, William R. The Archaeology of Greece. An Introduction, Cornell University Press, 1980.

A good basic introduction to Greek archaeology. Many illustrations.

Camps, William A. An Introduction to Homer. Oxford University Press, 1980

A solid introduction to Homer and his poetry, with ample citations from the texts of both poems.

Easterling, P. E., and Knox, B. M. W, editors, The Cambridge History of Classical Literature, Volume I, Part I, "Early Greek Poetry." Cambridge University Press, 1989

A brief, though somewhat technical, overview of the earliest Greek Writers to have survived. This volume is the first in a series by Cambridge that covers the whole history of Greek literature through the Hellenistic period and into the empire

Edwards, Mark W. Homer. Poet of the Iliad Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987.

A fairly technical work, but a good literary analysis.

Hammond, N. G. L. A History of Greece to 322 BC, third edition...

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