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Brewer's: The Andrew Macs

(The) The crew of H.M.S. Andromache. Similarly, the Bellerophon was called by English sailors “Billy ruffian,” and the Achilles the “Ash heels.” (See Beefeater etc.)…

Brewer's: Helenos

The prophet, the only son of Priam that survived the fall of Troy. He fell to the share of Pyrrhos when the captives were awarded; and because he saved the life of the young Grecian was all…

The Iliad

by Homer Rendered into English Blank Verse by Edward Earl of Derby Contents Preface. Note to the Fifth Edition. The Contention of Achilles and Agamemnon. The Trial of the Army and Ca…

The Iliad of Homer

Book 5 Book 7 How Diomedes and Glaukos, being about to fight, were known to each other, and parted in friendliness. And how Hector returning to the city bade farewell to Andromache …

Brewer's: Cenotaphs

The most noted in ancient times- ÆNEAS to Deiphobus (Æneid, 1. 6: v. 505). ANDROMACHE (4 syl.) to Hector (Æneid. 1.3; v. 302) ARGENTIER to Kallaischros (Anthologia, bk. iii.…

The Iliad of Homer

by Homer Translated by Alexander Pope With Notes by Rev. Theodore Alois Buckley M.A. F.S.A. Illustrated by Flaxman's Designs 1899 Contents Summary Introduction. Pope's Prefac…

The Iliad of Homer

Done into English Prose by Andrew Lang, M.A., Walter Leaf, Litt.D., And Ernest Myers, M.A.Contents Prefatory Note Note to Revised Edition Notes to the Reader How Agamemnon and Achilles fell o…