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13. NO δε* ΠοσβΛδαωΐ' Ααναοΐς κράτος ώττασβ Χάθρτ).

14. He? • ΚρονίΒην Χβ'χββσσί καΐ ΰττνω ητταφβν ^'ΐίρη.

15. Οΰ• ΚρονίΒης κβχ^όΧωτο ΤΙοσβίΒάωνί KaV^HpTj.

16. Ilet • ΐΙάτροκΧον βττεφνβν ^ Αρηιον^Έ^κτορος αΐχ^μη.

17. 'Ρώ • ΑαναοΙ Ύρωίς τβ νβκυν irepL χείρας βμίσ^γον.

18. 'ϊίΐ^γμα• ©ert? ^ΑχιΧήν τταρ 'ϊίφαίστον φερεν οττΧα,

19. ΤαΟ δ' • αττελτ/γε χόΧοίο καΐ βκθορβ Βίος ^Αχι,ΧΧβνς.

20. ^Τ • μακάρων βρίς ώρτο, φερβί δ' eVt κάρτος Άχαιοΐς.

21. Φεΐ • μό^γος ΑΙακιΒαο τταρ' ηίονας ττοταμοΐο.

22. ΧεΖ δ' • άρα τρΙς irepl τείχος ά^γων κτάνεν "Έικτορ'

^ΑχίΧΧεύς.

23. "Ψεΐ ' Ααναοΐσιν aya>va ΒιΒούς ετεΧεσσεν ^ΑχιΧΧεύς.

24. Ώ • ΤΙρίαμος νεκνν via Χαβών yipa Βώκεν ^ΑχιΧΧεΙ.

♦ Ascribed to Stephanus Grammaticus in the Palatine Anthology, ix. 385.



THE ILIAD.

The action of the Iliad covers only about seven weeks, or forty-nine
days, which may be divided as follows : —

Daye.

1. Visit of Chryses to the Greek Camp, A 12.

1-9. Pestilence, A 53.

10. Assembly of the Achaeans, A 54.

10-21. Visit of the gods to the Aethiopians, A 423.

21. Return of the gods to Olympus, A 493 f. Visit of Thetis to Zeus.

22. The Achaeans prepare for battle. Single combat between Mene-

laus and Paris. The battle begins. Brave deeds of Diomed.
Hector's meeting with Andromache. Β 1-H 380.

23. Burial of the dead, Η 381-432.

24. Building of a wall for the Achaean Camp, Η 433-482.

25. Second day of battle, Θ.
Embassy to Achilles, I.

Odysseus and Diomed enter the Trojan Camp, K.

26. Third day of battle. The Trojans break down the Greek wall.

Death of Patroclus. A 1-2 617.

27. Reconciliation of Achilles and Agamemnon. Fourth great day of

battle. Death of Hector. Τ 1-Ψ 61.

28. Burial of Patroclus, Φ 62-225.

29. Funeral games in honor of Patroclus, Φ 226-897.

27-38. Achilles drags the body of Hector around the bier or tomb of
Patroclus, Ω 1-31.

38. Priam visits the tent of Achilles and ransoms Hector's body,

Ω 31-676.

39. Priam brings Hector's body to Troy, Ω 677-775.
39-47. Lament for Hector in Troy, Ω 784.

48. Burial of Hector, Ω 785-787.

49. Erection of a mound over Hector's ashes, Ω 788-804.



THE GREEK FORCES. Β 494 ff.



▼U



Mainland of Greece.



Order of






No. of


mention. Nations and Commandere.




ehips.


1.


Boeotians


(Peneleus)


Β 494-510.


50


2.


Orchomenians


(Ascalaphus)


Β 511-516.


30


3.


Phocians


(Schedius)


Β 517^526.


40


4.


Locrians


(Ajax, son of Oileus) Β 527-535.


40


5.


Euboeans


(Elephenor)


Β 536-545.


40


6.


Athenians


(Menestheus)


Β 546-556.


50


7.


Salaminians


(Telamonian Ajax)


Β 557, 558.


12


8.


Argives


(Diomed)


Β 559-568.


80


9.


Myceneans


(Agamemnon)


Β 569-580.


100


10.


Spartans


(Menelaus)


Β 581-590.


60


11.


Pylians


(Nestor)


Β 591-602.


90


12.


Arcadians


(Agapenor)


Β 603-614.


60


13.


Epeans


( Amphimachus)


Β 615-624.


40


14.


Dulichians


(Meges)


Β 625-630.


40


15.


Cephallenians


(Odysseus)


Β 631-637.


12


16.


Aetolians


(Thoas)
Insular Greece.


Β 638-644.


40


17.


Cretans


(Idomeneus)


Β 645-652.


80


18.


Rhodians


(Tlepolemus)


Β 653-670.


9


19.


From Syme


(Nireus)


Β 671-675.


3


20.


From the Sporades (Phidippus)


Β 676-680.


30






Thessalian Greece.






21.


Myrmidons


(Achilles)


Β 681-694.


50


22.


From Phylace


(Podarces)


Β 695-710.


40


23.


Pheraeans


(Eumelus)


Β 711-715.


11


24.


Methonians


(Philoctetes)


Β 716-728.


7


25.


Oechalians


(Podalirius)


Β 729-733.


30


26.


From Ormenium (Eurypylus)


Β 734-737.


40


27.


From Argissa


(Polypoetes)


Β 738-747.


40


28.


Aenianians


(Guneus)


Β 748-755.


22


29.


Magnesians


(ProthoUs)


Β 756-759,


40




Homeric Greece



FAMILY TREES.



(1)



THE PELOPIDS.
Tantalus



PeLOPS = HiPPODAMIA



\
Atreus



PiTTHEUS



Agamemnon

(m. ClytaemneBtra)



Menelaus

(m. Helen)



Orestes



Electra



Iphigenia



NiOBB



I
Thyestes

Aegisthus



Hermione



(2)



THE AEACIDS,

Zeus

Aeacus (of Aegina)



Peleus = Thetis



Telamon



Achilles
Neoptolemus



Ajax
(Eurysaces)



Teucer



(3)



THE OENEIDS.



Oeneus



Tydeus = Deipyle

(d. of Adrastus
of Argoe)

Diomed = Aegialea



Meleager



FAMILY TREES.



(4)



KOYAL FAMILY OF TROY. Υ 215 if.

Zeus

Dardanus

Erichthonius

I

Tros

(founder of Troy)



Ilus

(Founder of Ilioe)

Laomedon

I



Ganymed

(Cupbearer of Zeue)



Priam = Hecaba

I



Hector = Andromache

I

Astyanax



TiTIIONUS
(Husband of Dawn)

Memnon



assaracus

Capys
Auchises



Aeneas

(ASCANIUS)



(5)



ISANDROS



LYCIANS, Ζ 153 ff .

Aeolus

Sisyphus

Glaucus

Bellerophon



HiPPOLOCHUS

Glaucus



I
Laodamia

I

Sarpedon



VOCABULAEY



FIRST SIX BOOKS OF THE ILIAD.



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