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Such honours Ilion to her hero paid, lOl^

And peaceful flept the mighty Hedor's fliade.

The End of the Iliad,



WE have now pail through the Iliad, and feen the
anger of Achilles, and the terrible effe«fts of it, at
an end: as that only was the fubje(51: of the poem, and
the nature of epic poetry would not permit our author
to proceed to the event of the war, it may perhaps be
acceptable to the common reader to give a fnort account
of what happened to Troy and the chief aflors in this
poem, after theconclufion of it.

I need not mention that Troy was taken foon after
the death of Hedor, by the ftratagem of the wooden
horfe, the particulars of which are defcribed by Virgil
in the fecond book of the .Enels.

Achilles fell before Troy, by the hand of Paris, by the
fhot of an arrow in his heel, as Hedor had prophefied at
his death, ///'. 22.

The unfortunate Priam was killed by Pyrrhus the fon
of Achilles.

A'lax, after the death of Achilles, had a conteft with
UlyfTes for the armour of Vulcan, but being defeated in
his aim, he flew himfelf through indignation.

Helen, after the death of Paris, married Deiphobus
his brother, and at the taking of Troy betrayed him, in
order to reconcile herfelf to Menelaus her firft husband,
who received her again into favour.

Agamemnon at his return was barbaroully murdered
by ^gyrthus at the inftigation of Clytcemnertra his wife,
who in his abfence had diflionoured his bed with yEgyft-
hus.

Diomcd after the the fall of Troy was expell'd his own
country, and fcarce efcaped with life from his adulterous
wife ^giale ; but at laft was received by Daunus in A-
pulia, and fliared his kingdom : it is uncertain how he
died.

Neftor lived in peace, with liis children, in Pylos his
native country.

UlyfTes alfo, after innumerable troubles by fea and land,
at laft returned in fafety to Ithaca, which is the fubjeift

of Homer's OdyfTes.

I mufl



1 rrv.H' erd thcfc r.otcsby difcharging my duty to two
of my friends, which is the more an indifpcnfible piece
of juftice, as the one of tlieni is iincc dead: the meric
of their kindnefs to me will appear infinitely the greater,
as the taflc they undertook was in its own nature, of mucli
more labour, than either pleafure or reputation. The
larger part of the extracts from Eufiathius, together with
feveral excellent obfervations, W'cre fcnt me by Mr.
Broome : and die whole effay upon Homer was written
upon fuch memoirs as I had colleclcd, by the late Dr.
Parnell, archdeacon of Cloglicr in Ireland : how very
much that gentleman's friendlhip prevailed over his ge-
nius, in detaining a wntcr of his fpirit in the drudgery
of removing the rubbifii of part: pedants, will foon appeaf
to the world, when they (hall fee thofe beautiful pieces
of poetry, the publication of which he left to my charge,
almoft with his dying breath. ^

For what remains, I beg to be excufed from the ce-
remonies of taking leave at the end of my work ; and
from embarafling myfelf, or others, v/ith any defences
or apologies about it. But inflead of endeavouring to
raile a vain monument to myfelf, of the merits or diili-
culties of it, (which murt: be left to the world, to trath,
and to pofterity) let me leave behind me a memorial of
my friendfhip, with one of the moft valuable men, as
well as fined writers, of ray age and country : one who
has tried, and knows by his own experience, how hard
an undertaking it is tK> do juftice to Homer : and one,
who (I am fure) fincerely rejoices with me at the period
of my labours. To him therefore, having brought this
long work to a conclufion, I defire to dedicate it; and to
have the honour and fitisfacflion of placing together, ia
this manner, the names of Mr. CONGREVE, and of

March 2?. A. POPE.

1720. -

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Anton, de J'eipfct 1. i. 5. 14-
V L. IV. . 13 b



A N



INDEX



O F



PERSONS ANP THINGS.



book ver.

AC AM AS 2 966

he kills Pro5ia>
chus •'•.' ' 14 559
Achilles prays his
nioJier to revenge
his injuries on the
Greeks I

his fpeech \.o the
,_ Greeks :Q

his quarrel with A-
gamemnon i

297j
entertains Agamem-
non's amba^'adors 9
anfwers UlviTes
anfwers Phcenix
anfwers Ajax
his double fate
feeing Macbacii
wounded fends Pa-
troclus to him 1 1
inquires of Patro-
clus the caufe of

16 9
Bb



9
9
9
9



460
• 79

386

267
406

7n

762

f^2



•7 ^(
J a''



his grief



book
fends Patroclus to the
battle, and gives him
orders i 6

arms his Myrmi-
dons 16
and animates them 16
his bowl 16
oilers a libation with

prayers to Jove 16
not heard of the
death of Patro-
clus 1 7
his horfes lament the
death of Patro-
clus 1 7
he grieves for the
death of Patro-
clus 1 8

tcllsThctis his grief 18
a defcription of his
fhicld I «

is concerned left Pa-
troclus 's body
fhould putrify 1 9

2



ver.



63
190

273
282



462
4S6



2),

367

99

551



2S



592 INDEX of VEKS0}i5 and Thisgs.



book ver.
calls un afTcmbly 19 44
makes a fpeech to

the aiTembly 19 57
refufes to take any
food before the bat-
• lie 19 197

moans exceedingly
for the death of Pa-
troclus 19 335

^e is armed 19 398

i^gamemnon's pre-
fents are delivered
to Achilles 19 243

he and Agamemnon

reconciled 19 57

his anfwer to Aga-
memnon 19 143
dllTuades Aneas ffoni
contending with
him 20 214
contemns ^^neas for

flying from him 20 393
he kills Iphition 20 439
Demoleon 20 45^7
liippodamas 20 463
Polydore 20 471

And many others 20 525
addrcfies the fpirit
ofPatrocIus 23 2>

kills manyTrojans in
the river Xanthus 21 25
denies Lycaon his

life 21 112

he purfues He(5lor 22 182
kills him 22 453

declares the rites to
be obferved by his
Myrmidons 23 8

cats off his hair, de-
voted to the river
Sperchius 23 171

he prays to the



book


ver.


winds 23


237


institutes funeral




games 23


319


gives a cup to Ne-




fior 23


704


is deprived of fleep 24


9


receives the petition




of ]?riam 24


652


lays Hector's body on




Priam's chariot 24


717


Adrestus 2 ]


007


taken by Menelaus 6


45


Mueas 2


992


feeks Pandarus 5


214


together aflaultDio-




med 5


398


he kills Crethonand




Orfilochus 5


760


he encounters with




Achilles 20


193


anfwers Achilles 20


240


tells his lineage 20


252


the fight of jEneas




and Achilles : ^^0


3©7


^tolians / 2


694,


^


779


AGAf-iSMfTON 3


220


redores Ghryfeis to




her father I


405


takes Brifeis from A-




chilles I


423


tells his dream in




council 2


69


his fpeech adviling a




return to Greece 2


139


his prayer to Jupiter 2


489


orders Machaon to




be called to affift




Menelaus wound-




ed 4


230


exhorts his foldiers 4


266


5


650



INDEX c/ Persons andTniscs, 293



book
blames the indolent 4
(peaks to Idomene-

us 4

goes to the two A-
jaxes 4

goes to Neflor 4

blames Menedheus 4
blames Diomed 4
his words to wound-
ed Menelaus 4
kills Deicoon 5
treats the generals 7
his fpeech to the ge-
nerals 9
fwears he has not
carnally known
Brifeis 9
nckno\5,'ledges his
fault, and makes
large offers tofatis-
fy Achilles 9
fends ambalfadors to
Achilles 9
Agamemnon and
Menelaus in
great perplexity 10
they deliberate toge-

gethcr 10

he goes to Neflor 10
he arms 1 1

fights bravely 1 1
kills great numbers 1 1
is wounded 1 1

goes out of the bat-
tle 1 1
advifcs flight 14
for which Ulyffes
blames him 14
is reconciled to A-
. chill cs 19
he.i wears he ha<^ not
enjoyed Brifeis iO



ver.
275

292

311

334
390
422

186
660

385



172

148
119



41
81

21

127

281

325

360
71

88



267



book v€r.
his fpeech concer-
ning the goddefs
Difcord 19 8 1

Age NOR deliberates
if he (hall meet
Achilles 2i 649

meets him, and is
faved by Apollo 2 1 686
The Mgis of Jupiter 2 526

5 911
15 350

21 467
Agapenor 2 741

AjAx Oileus's fon 2 631
contends with Ulyl-
fes in the foot-
race 23 880
quarrels with Ido-
meneus 23 555
AjAX Telamon

fights with Hedor 7 250.
his fpeech to Achil-
les 9 740
his retreat nobly de-
fcribed II 672
The two A J a X E s

fight together 13 1 02 3
AjAX Telamon

challenges Hedor 1 3 62 S
his fight over the
dead body of Al-
cathous 13 62 S

he wounds PletElor 14 471
kills Archilocus 14 540
exhorts his men 15 591,.
666, 890
defends the fliips i, 814.
is hard prellcd 16 130
he (peaks to Mene-
laus 17
kills Hippothons i 7



he is in fear



1-7



28z
33a.
70^



Kb



294 I ND EX <?/" Persons j/;i Things.



book ver.
advifes Menelaus to
fend Antilochus to
inform Achilles of
Patroclus's death 17 737
contends with Ulyf-

fes in wrefUing 23 820

fights withDiomed 23 956

Amphiraachus 2 7^5,

1060
Amphius 2 1007

Antenor advifes to re-

iiore Helen 7 419

Andromache and

Hector 6 490

Andromache Ignorant
of Hedor's death,
runs to the tumult

22 562
her grief for his

death 22 592

her lamentation 24 906
Antilochus kills

Echepolus 4 522

kills Mydon 5 709

kills Menalippus 15 692
intbrms Achilles of

Patroclus' death 18 21
he chears up his hor-

fes in the race 23 522
yields the contefled

prize to Menelaus

23 676
Antiphus 2 827,

1054
A POL LO fends a plague
among the Greeks i 6 1
encourages the Tro-
jans ^ 4 585
reprimands Diomed 5 533
raiics the phantom of
Apneas to deceive
his enemies 5 546



book ver.
excites Mars .5 553

drives Patroclus from

the walls of Troy 16 863
and overthrows

him 16 954

informs He<5i:or of
the death of Eu-
phorbus 17 84

encourages .-Eneas 17 378
and He<5tor 17 658

incites ^neas to en-
counter Achilles 20 410
forbids Hedor to en-
gage Achilles 20 43 1
faves Hecftor from

Achilles 2o 5 13

rcfufes to fight with

Neptune 21 536

tal<Les Agenor from

Achilles 2 1 710

dUcovers the deceit

to Achilles 22 1 5

complains to the
Gods of the cruel-
ty done to the body
of Hedor 24 44

Archilochus 2 996

Afcalaphus and Jalme-
nus the fons of
IMars 2j5l2

Afcanius 2 1050

Alius 2 I015

he is angry with Ju-
piter 12 184

Afplcdon and Orcho-

menians 2 610

Afteropceus meets A-
chilles and is kill- '
ed 21 157

Aftyanax 22 643

Athenians 2 655

Automedon and Al-



. INDEX ^Persons ^W Things, 29^



book ver.
cimedon rule the
horfesofAchillesiy 488,

B 548

Bellerophon 6 194

The bowl of Achilles 1 6 273
Brifeis 2 841

fhe is reflored to A-

chilles 19 254

grieves for Patro-

clus 19 503

Buprafians 2 747

C
Caleb as the prophet i 91
he is blamed by A-

gamemnon I 131

Caltor and Pollux 3 302
Cebrion brother and
charioteer to Hec-
tor 16 89 J
Chromis 2 1046
Chryfes defires his
daughter who
was captive i 15
his prayers to Apollo I 53
Coon 13 590
The Ceflua of Ve-
nus 14 245
Cretans - 2 785

D
Dardanus 20 255"

The dead are buried 7 495
Deiphobus is ftricken
by Merion, but not
wounded 13 213

kills Hj'pfenor 13 509
he asks Apneas to
alTift him in attack-
ing Idomeneus 13 575
kills Afcalaphus 13 655:

DiOMED 2 683

blames Sthenelus 4 666
is wounded by Pan-



darus
invokes Mlnen-a
kills Pandarus
wounds Venus



book ver,

5 130
5 146

5 352
5 417



is in fear of He(5l:or j 732
wounds Mars 5 1 050

exhorts Ulyfles to
fuccour Neftor 8 117
he relieves Neftor 8 129
his fpeech to Aga-
memnon 9 43
going a fpy to the e-
nemy's camp, cha-
fes UlyfTes for his
companion 10 283
prays to Minerva 10 335
Diomed and UlylTes
furprize Dolon,
whom they take
and examine 10 455
Diomed kills Dolon 10 524
kills the Thracians

while fleeping 10 560
returns with UlyfTes

to the fleet 10 624

he ftrikes He^lor 11 452
advifes the wound-
ed to go into the
army to encou-
rage others 14 121
Dione comforts Venus 5 47 1
Dius 2 1043
Dolon, a fpy, taken 10 447
is killed 10 524
Dulichians 2 763

E
Elephenor 2 654

Ennoiiius the augur 2 IO47
Epiftrophus 3 1 04 3

Erichthonius 20 260

Ejumelus's mares 2 926
Euphemus 2 1 036



296 INDEX e^PERSONS atid Things.



book ver.
Euphorbus wounds

Patroclus 16 978

advifes Menelaus

to yield to him 17 14
is killed by Mene-
laus 17 so
Eiuyalus 2 682
Eurypylus 2 893
wounded, is cured by
Patroclus 11 982
G
Ganymedes 20 278
Glaucus 2 1069
iiccufes Hc^flor of
flight ^ 17 153
Glaucus and Diomed
in the battle meet
and dircouife to-
gether 6 150
interchange armour 6 286
his prayers to A-

pollo 16 633

exhorts the Trojans ■

to defend the corfc
- of Sarpedon 16 654

Gods, an aficmbly of

them 4 2

Gods engage, fomeon
one fide and fome
on the other 20 9 1
The fight of the

Gods 21 490

Grecian facrifces j 599

2 502
they retreat from

Troy 2 173

prepare for war 2 470
go to batde 3 5.22

their forces march 4 484
their flight 8 97

their watch 9 no

nine- Grecians are



book vcr,
willing to accept
¥ e<51^or 's challenge 7 196

build a wall round
the fleet . 7 J20

buy wine 7 5^*^

an affembly of their
generals 15 339

their ihips are burnt 1 6 1 40
Guneus 2 906

H
He CTO R fends out his
forces to battle 2 988^

tells Paris's challenge
to the Greeks 3 1 23

retreats out of the
battle into Troy 6 296

exhorts the Trojar.s
tofupplicate Mi-
nerva 6 33S

noes to the houfe
of Paris 6 389

to his wife Andro-
mache 6 463

his difcourfe with her 6 5 1 o

challenges the Greeks
to Angle combate 7 79

exhorts his men 8210

encourages his horfesS 226

fends Doionasafpyio 376

his glory u 83

he exhorts his for-
ces, and ruflies to
battle II 368

deride sPol3''dam as 's
advice 12 267

forces open a gate of
the Grecian wall 12 537

exhorts his men 13 20 J

feeks for aid 13 967

rallies his forces, and
attacks the enemy 1 3 991

anfwers Ajax 13 1041



INDEX ^j/" Persons tf/7i Things. 297



book ver,

kills Amphlmacus 13 247

wounded, retreats 14 5Q3
is encouraged by A-

polio 15 288

goes again to battle 15 29<1

kills Lycophron 15 500
exhorts Menalip-

pus \S 654

kills Peripcetes 15 770

takes a fhip 15 S54

is put to flight 16 440

16 797
encounters with Pa-

troclus 16 885

and kills him 16 987

excites his men 1 7 260
his fpeech to his

warlike friends 17 205
he gives way to A-

jax 17 140

anfwers Glaucus 17 187
puts on Achilles's

armour 17 219

he purfues Achilles's

horfes with the af-

fiftance of iEneas 1 7 550
again endeavours

to take the body

ofPatroclus 18 1 87
refolves to combate

with Achilles 20 4 1 9
aflaults Achilles 20 485
his wound 23 470

he deliberates with

himfelf 22 138

he fights with Achil-
les 22 317
his death 22 453
his funeral 24 989
Hecuba defires he

would not fight

Achilles 22 1 10



book ver.

flie renews her de-
fires he would not
fight Achilles 22 552

file mourns his
death 24 942

Helen goes to fee the
combate between
Paris and Mene-
laus 3 123

the Trojans admire
her beauty 3 204

chides Paris 3 5 ^2

fpeaks to He^lor 6 432

laments over Hec-
tor's body 24 962
Helenus advifes Hec-
tor and i^eas 7 48

6 9s;

Hippothous 3 IG2I

I

Idasus carries Paris 's

challenge to the

Greeks 7 460

Idomeneus 2 791

3 295

kills Othryoneus 1 3 457

Alius 13 483

Alcathous 13 537

Iphidamas, his death

finely defcribed II 283
Iris orders the Tro-
jans to arms 2 956
tells Helen of the
fingle combate of
Paris and Menelaus 3 1 65
is fent to Pallas and
Juno with Jove's
orders I 48S
admonifhes Achilles
to fuccour his friends
fighting for the bo-
dy of Patroclus 18 20



298 INDEX 0/" Persons ^//i Things,



book ver.
- fummons the wc'mds to
raife the fire of
Patroclas's pile 23 342
Ithacans 2 769

Juno fendsMlnerea to
hinder the Greeks
from retreating 2 19 1

her quarrel with Ju-
piter , 4 35

(he and Minerva pre-
pare for fig] It 5 883

afli. leave of Jupiter
to go to battle 5; 942

her ipeech to Nep'
tune 8 242

drefl'es herfelf to de-
ceive Jupiter 14 191

defi res of Venus her
girdle,to deceive
Jupiter 14 225

goes to the God of
Sleep to put Ju-
piterjnto a fleep 14 266

by large proniifes
obtains her re-
quefts 14 305

goes to Jupiter 'i 4 331

denies it w.is at her
requeft that Nep-
tune aiTiIted the
Greeks » 15; 41

goes to the red of
the Gods 15 84

tells th.e order of Ju-
piter to Apollo and
Iris 15 162

file advifes with the
Gods concerning
^ncas's fighting
with Achilles 20 146

fends Vulcan to op-
pole Xanthus 21 386



book ver,

overconies Diana 21 564
Jupiter proraifes
Thetis CO be re-
venged on the
Greeks I 672

infpires Agamemnon
with a dream 2 9

forbids the Gods to
afliU: either party 8 7

his golden chain 8 25

defcends on Ida 8 57

fends Iris to order
Juno and Miner-
va to retreat from
the battle 8 488

fends Iris amongft the
Greeks 11 4

fends Iris to forbid
He<5lor fome time
from perfonally en-
gaging II 241

infpires Sarpedon. to
afiault the Greek
wall 12 348

is caufed by Juno to
fleep 14 305

awaking from fleep
h.e is angry with
Juno 15 5.

orders Juno to lend
Iris and Apollo to
him 1 5 S9

fends Iris to order
Neptune to defift
from fighting 15 180

fends Apollo to en-
courage He(5tor 15 258

encourages Hccl.or
himfelf 15 722

is grieved for Sarpe-
don's death 16 5 30

orders Apollo to. take



INDEX ^/Persons i7«i Things. 299



book ver,
care of Sarpedon's
funeral 16 811

he examines Juno
concerning the ex-
citing Achilles to
engage in battle 18 417
he gives the Gods
leave to aflill which
party they pleafe 22 29
he pities Hedor 17 227
fends Menerva to

comfort Achilles 19 364
fends Thetis to A-
chilles, ordering
him to deliver Hec-
tor's body to Pri-
am 24 137
fends Iris to advlfe
Priam to go to A*
chilles 24 178
orders Mercury to
condu6t Priam to
Achilles 24 411
L
Lacedaemonians 3 7^4
Locrians 2 630
Lycaon overcome by

Achilles 21 41

begs his life in vain 21 1 1 1

M

Machaoa 2 889

cures Menelaus 4 250

MagneGans 2 916

Mars is wounded by

Diomed 5 1050

on which account he
expoltulates with
Jupiter ^ 5 i059
for which he is re-
prehended by Ju-
piter 5 1092
hearing of the death



book ver.

of his fon is enrage

ed . ^ 15: 126

Meges - 2 761

Meleager, the flory of

him 9 653

Menelaus 2 710

undertakes to fight

with Paris 3 137

is treacherouHy woun-
ded by Pandarus 4 135
takes Adreftus 6 45

would undertake to

fight with Heftor,

but Is hindered by

Agamemnon 7 127

he and Ajax aflift U-

lyfles II ^82

v/ounds Heknus 13733
kills Pifander 13 753

exhorts AntiIochusi5 680
he is defpifed by £u-

phorbus 17 18

kills Euphorbus 17 50
yields to He(5tor 17 10 1
exhorts the generals

17 294

is encouraged by Mi-
nerva 17 626

he fends Antilochus
to tell Achilles of
the death of Pa-
troclus 17 77^

is angry with Anti-
lochus 23 6j£
Meneftheus 2 665

fends Thoos to the

Aj axes for aid 12 4II
Mercury accompanies

Priam 24 447

and condudis him to
Achilles 24 S^l

admoniib^cs Priam ia



ioo INDEX ^/Persons ^wx/Things.



book ver.
his fleep 24 780

Merlon 2 792

wounds Deiphobusij 668
kills Harpalion 13 8^3
Meliles 2 1054

Minerva goes to
Pandarus to induce
him to break the
truce 4 119

ftrengthensDiomed 5 109
forces Mars from the

battle 5 4S

derides Venus 5 509

prepares herfelf for

the war 5 883, 90S
afks leave of Jupiter

to go to the war 5 942
fpeaks to Diomed 5 998
encourages Diomed

to affault Mars ^ 1020
her fpeech to Jupiter 8 39
red rains Mars's an-
ger 15 140
knocks down Mars
with a mighty
ftone 21 469
vanquishes Venus and

her lover 21 498

In thefliapeof Dei-
phobus perfuades
Hetftor to meet A-
chilles 22 291

Mycenians 2 686

Myrmidons 2 834

go to the fight 16 312
N
Naftes 2 1062

Neptune, his and Ju-
piter's difcourfe
concerning the
Grecian wall 7 530

his difcourfe with



book ver.
Idomeneus 13 289

brings help to the
Greeks 12 17

encourages the two
Ajaxes 13 75

and the Greeks 13 131

is angry with Jupi-
ter 15 206

advifes about the
prefenaticn of
JEneas 20 341

preferves .^neas
from Achilles's
fury 20 367

comforts Uly/Tes 21 333

urges Apollo to
fight 21 450

Nereids, the catalogue
and names of them

18 42 fffc.
Nestor endeavours
to reconcile Achil-
les and Agamem-
non I 330
Neftor praifed by Aga-
memnon 2 440

his fpeech to the fol-

diers 2 402

Nestor 2 716

his fpeech to Aga-
memnon 4 37^

exhorls the foldiers 6 84

his fpeech for bury-
ing the dead, and
building a wall 7 392

blames the Greeks
for not daring to
encounter Hedor 7 14 J

is in great danger 8 I02

flies with Diomed 8 1 90

his advice for guards
and refrelhment 9 86



IN DEX (7/*Persons tf/7i Things, gcf



book ver.

for pacifying Achil-
les 9 14I
approves Diomed's
fpecch to Agamem-
noa 9 73
goes by- night to U-
I - lyfTes 10 157
encouragcsDlomed 10 1 80
: i^dvifes to fend fpicS
into the enemy's
camp - 10 24!
recites what he did
in his youth 1 1 8 1 7
goes on an uproar to

know the caufe 1 4 I
prays to Jupiter 15 428
exhorts the G reeks
to oppole the e-
nemy i 5 796

advifes his Ton con-
cerning the race 23 369
Niobe, her fable 24 757
Nireus, the moft hand-
fome Greek 2 S17

O
Orcus his helmet ^ 1037
Odius 2 1043

P
Pandarus 2 1 00 1

■treacheroufly wounds

Menelaus 4 135

is killed by Diomed 5 352
Paris boafls at the
beginning of the
fight ^ 3 26

cowardly flies 3 44

blamed of Hector 3 55
undertakes a fingle
combate with Me-
nelaus 3 10 r
is armed 3 409
and fights with M2'
V O L. IV.



book ver.

nelaus 3 427

is taken from the

combate by Venus 3 467
bl;imcd by Helen 3 533
rcfcucd from fight, is

pijt to bed widi



Helen



555



rcfufcs to redorc He-
len 7 42S

wounds Diomed 11 482
Machaon 11 629

Eurypylus 11 709

kills Euchenor 13 626
Patroclus returns
•to Acliiiles 15 462

entreats Achilles to
let him go to aid
the Greeks 16 3 1

armed 16 1 62

exhorts the Myrmi-
dons 16 324

he and his men kill
many of the Tro-
jans 16 448
16 483
16 847

exhorts the two A-
jaxes 16 6Sr

kills Cebrion 16 895;

is (buck by Apolloi6 954

a fierce conteif about
-the body of Patro-
clus 17 314

472, 613

appears to Achilles

in a dream 23 7S

his funeral pile -23 19S

iiis fepulchre 23 30c

his funeral games 23 323

Phidlppus 2 827

Phocians 2 620

C c



■^02 I ND EX o/"PiiRSONS ^W Things^,



book ver.
Phoeinx Intreats A-
chilles to be re-
conciled witli A-
gamenmon 9 562

fits as one of tlie
j ud o es of th e race 24 4 3 J
Phorcis 2 10^0

Podalirius 2 889

Podarces 2 860

Polydamas advlfes to
force the Greek
lines 12 67

interprets a prodigy,
and oives his ad-
vice 12 2< 5

b'dmes He<fi:or 13 907
kills Prothenor 14 525
Po'ypoetes 2 904

and Leontius 1 2 l^l

Prayers and injoflice,
their influence on
the Gods 9 624

Priam enquires of
Helen about the
Grecians which
they fiv/ 5 220

is called by an herald

to agree to a treaty 3 319
returns into the city 3 §86
fpeakstotheTrojans7 444
commands the loldiers

to open the gate 21 620
intieats HeiStor not

to meet Achilles 22 51
bemoans the death

of Meiflor 23 515

tells his wife the com-
mands of Jupiter 24 233
takes the gifts to car-
ry to Achilles 24 341
rebnk es h i s fo n ? , 24 3 1 1
kis counfei to Hecu-



book ver.
ba _ 24 3?5

- be prays to Jupiter 24 3 7 jp
he meets Achilles 24 579
defires to deep 24
he carries the body of
Hetlor into the
city 24 882

Prodigies 11 70

12 233
of a dragon which
devoured a neft
of birds and the
dame 2 372

Protelilaus 2 8j3

Prothous 2 916

Pylcemenes 2 I034

is {lain 5 70J

Pylians 2 7 15"

Pvraechmes 2 1028

R
Rhefus 10 505

is flain by Dio-
mcd 10 576

Rhodians 2 795

S
Sarpedon 2 1 069

wounded by Tlepole-
mus, defires the
alTiftance of Hec-
tor 5 842
exhorts Glaucus to

light 12 371

breaks down a battle-
ment of the wall 12 485
Soldiers the good and

bad defcribed 13 359
Sleep, (the God of
Sleep,) at the in-
ftance of Juno
puts Jupiter into
a fleep I4 266

Incites Neptune 14 4 if



INDEX ^Persons ^;;i Things. 303



Stlicnelas 2

anfwers Aganieni-
non iharply 4

T
Talthybius I

Teucer from behind
the (liield of Ajax
kills maayTrojans 8
is wound td by Hec-
tor _ 8
kills Imbrius i 3
and Clytas i 5
his bow broke by a
divine power ' 1 5
Thalpius 2
Thamyris his ftory 2
Themis prefents the
necTcar-bowl to
Juno 15
Therfites his loquaci-
ty 2
Thetis, her words to
Achilles 1
her petition to Jove
for her Ton i
{he in great grief
fpeaks to the Ne-
reids 1 8
enquires of Acliilles 1 8
promifes Achilles ar-
mour made by Vul-


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