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Homer - The Iliad & The Odyssey

Homer

Homer was a Greek poet, to whom are attributed the great epics, the Iliad, the story of the siege of Troy, and the Odyssey, the tale of Ulysses's wanderings. The place of his birth is doubtful, probably a Greek colony on the coast of Asia Minor, and his date, once put as far back as 1200 BC, from the style of the poems attributed to him is now thought to be much later. Arguments have long raged over whether his works are in fact by the same hand, or have their origins in the lays of Homer and his followers (Homeridae), and there seems little doubt that the works were originally based on current ballads which were much modified and extended. Of the true Homer, nothing is positively known. The so-called Homeric hymns are certainly of a later age.
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The Iliad

Rage—Goddess, sing the rage of 
Peleus' son Achilles, 
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hurling down to the House of Death 
so many sturdy souls … 

Thus begins the stirring story of the Trojan War and the rage of Achilles that has gripped listeners and readers for 2,700 years. This timeless poem still vividly conveys the horror and heroism of men and gods wrestling with towering emotions and battling amidst devastation and destruction, as it moves inexorably to its wrenching, tragic conclusion. Renowned classicist Bernard Knox observes in his superb Introduction that although the violence of the Iliad is grim and relentless, it coexists with both images of civilized life and a poignant yearning for peace. 

Combining the skills of a poet and scholar, Robert Fagles brings the energy of contemporary language to this enduring heroic epic. He maintains the drive and metric music of Homer's poetry, and evokes the impact and nuance of the Iliad's mesmerizing repeated phrases in what Peter Levi calls "an astonishing performance."
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The Odyssey
The Odyssey is literature's grandest evocation of everyman's journey through life. In the myths and legends that are retold here, renowned translator Robert Fagles has captured the energy and poetry of Homer's original in a bold, contemporary idiom and given us an Odyssey to read aloud, to savor, and to treasure for its sheer lyrical mastery. This is anOdyssey to delight both the classicist and the general reader, and to captivate a new generation of Homer's students.
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Latin Abbreviations

Latin Abbreviations
·         A.B. (Artium Baccalaureus)  Bachelor of Arts
·         A.C. (ante Christum)   before Christ
·         A.D. (anno domini)  in the year of the Lord
·         ad inf., ad infin. (ad infinitum)  to infinity
·         ad int. (ad interim)  in the meantime
·         ad fin. (ad finem)  near the end [of the page]
·         ad loc. (ad locum)  to the place
·         ad val. (ad valorem)  according to the value
·         ae., aet., aetat. (aetatis)  of age, aged
·         Ag (argentum)  silver
·         A.M. (anno mundi)  in the year of the world
·         A.M. (ante meridiem)  before midday
·         A.M. (ante mortem)  before death
·         A.M. (Artium Magister)  Master of Arts
·         A.R. (anno regni)  in the year of the reign
·         a.u.c. (ab urbe condita, anno urbis conditae)  from the founding of the city
·         B.A. (Baccalaureus Artium)  Bachelor of Arts
·         B.D. (Baccalaureus Divinitatis)  Bachelor of Divinity
·         B.L. (Baccalaureus Legum)  Bachelor of Law
·         B.Lit. (Baccalaureus Lit[t]erarum)  Bachelor of Literature (or Letters)
·         B.M. (Baccalaureus Medicinae)  Bachelor of Medicine
·         B.Mus. (Baccalaureus Musicae)  Bachelor of Music
·         B.Phil. (Baccalaureus Philosophiae)  Bachelor of Philosophy
·         B.S., B.Sc. (Baccalaureus Scientiae)  Bachelor of Science
·         c. (cum)  with
·         ca., cir., circ. (circa)  about
·         cf. (confer)  compare
·         D.D. (Divinitatis Doctor)  Doctor of Divinity
·         D.G. (Dei Gratia)  By the grace of God
·         D.Lit. (Doctor Litterarum)  Doctor of Literature
·         D.M. (Doctor Medicinae)  Doctor of Medicine
·         d.s.p. (decessit sine prole)  Died without issue
·         D.V. (Deo volente)  God willing
·         e.g. (exempli gratia)  for [the sake of an] example
·         et al. (et alii, et alia)  and others
·         etc. (et cetera)  and the rest, and so forth
·         et seq. (et sequens, et sequentes, et sequentia)  and the following
·         ff. (foliis)  on the [following] pages
·         hab. corp. (habeas corpus)  you may have the body
·         H.J.S. (hic iacet sepultus)  here lies buried
·         H.R.I.P. (hic requiescit in pace)  here rests in peace
·         ib., ibid. (ibidem)  in the same place
·         id. (idem)  the same
·         i.e. (id est)  that is
·         in loc. (in loco)  in the place
·         J.C.D. (Iuris Civilis Doctor)  Doctor of Civil Law
·         J.D. (Iuris Doctor)  Doctor of Law
·         J.U.D. (Iuris Ultriusque Doctor)  Doctor of both Civil and Canon Law
·         lb. (libra)  pound
·         l.c., loc. cit. (loco citato)  in the place cited
·         LL. D. (Legum Doctor)  Doctor of Laws
·         loq. (loquitur)  he (she, it) speaks
·         m.(meridies)  midday
·         M.A. (Magister Artium)  Master of Arts
·         M.D. (Medicinae Doctor)  Doctor of Medicine
·         M.O. (modus operandi)  method of operating
·         N.B. (Nota bene)  Note well
·         no. (numero)  by number
·         non obst. (non obstante)  notwithstanding
·         non seq. (non sequitur)  it does not follow
·         N.P. (nisi prisus)  no protest
·         n.r. (non repetatur)  do not repeat
·         ob. (obiit)  he died
·         op. cit. (opere citato)  in the work cited
·         p.d. (per diem)  by the day
·         per an. (per annum)  by the year
·         per cent. (per centum)  per hundred
·         Ph. D. (Philosophiae Doctor)  Doctor of Philosophy
·         P.M. (post meridiem)  after midday
·         p.r.n. (pro re nata)  as the need arises
·         pro tem. (pro tempore)  for the time, temporarily
·         prox. (proximo mense)  next month
·         P.S. (post scriptum)  written after
·         Q. (quasi)  as it were, almost
·         q.d. (quaque die)  every day
·         R. (regina, rex)  Queen, King
·         R.I.P. (Requiescat in pace)  May he rest in peace
·         Rx. (recipe)  take
·         S.C. (Senatus Consultum)  decree of the Senate
·         S.C.U. (Senatus Consultum Ultimum)  final decree of the Senate (martial law)
·         s.d. (sine die)  without [appointing] a day
·         seq., seqq. (sequentia)  following
·         s.i.d. (semel in die)  once a day
·         s.p. (sine prole)  without issue
·         S.P.Q.R. (Senatus Populusque Romanus)  The Senate and the Roman People
·         stat. (statim)  immediately
·         s.v. (sub vero)  under the word
·         tal. (talis)  of such
·         U.D. (ut dictum)  as directed
·         ult. (ultimo mense)  last month
·         vox pop. (vox populi)  voice of the people
·         vs. (versus)  against
·         v.s. (vide super)  see above

Essential English Abbreviations for Languages Learners



A
§  a., adj. = adjective
§  abbrev. = abbreviated
§  abl. = ablative
§  Abp. = Archbishop
§  acc. = accusative
§  Acous. = Acoustics
§  act. = active
§  adv. = adverb
§  Agric. = Agriculture
§  Alban. = Albanian
§  Alg. = Algebra
§  Am., Amer. = America, American
§  Am. = Amos
§  Am. Cyc. = Appleton's American Cyclopedia
§  Anal. Geom. = Analytical Geometry
§  Anat. = Anatomy
§  Anc. = Ancient, anciently
§  Angl. Ch. = Anglican Church
§  Antiq. = Aniquities
§  aor. = aorist
§  Ar. = Arabic
§  Arch. = Architecture
§  Arch. Pub. Soc. = Architectural Pub. Society
§  Arith. = Arithmetic
§  Arm., Armor. = Armorican
§  AS. = Anglo-Saxon. We classify this as "Old English", so use {{etyl|ang}}.
§  Astrol. = Astrology
§  Astron. = Astronomy
§  aug. = augmentative
B
§  Bank. = Banking
§  Beau. & Fl. = Beaumont & Fletcher
§  B. & Fl. = Beaumont & Fletcher
§  Bib. = Biblical
§  Bib. Sacra = Bibliotheca Sacra
§  Bibliog. = Bibliography
§  Biol. = Biology
§  Bisc. = Biscayan
§  B. Jon. = Ben Jonson
§  Bk. of Com. Prayer = Book of Common Prayer
§  Blackw. Mag. = Blackwood's Magazine
§  Bohem. = Bohemian
§  Bot. = Botany, botanical
§  Bp. = Bishop
§  Brande & C. = Brande & Cox
§  Braz. = Brazilian
§  Brit. Critic = British Critic
§  Brit. Quar. Rev. = British Quarterly Review
§  Burl. = Burlesque
C
§  C. = Centigrade
§  Cant. = Canticles (Song of Solomon)
§  Carp. = Carpentry
§  Catal. = Catalan
§  Cath. Dict. = Catholic Dictionary
§  Celt. = Celtic
§  cf. = confer
§  Ch. = Church
§  Chald. = Chaldee
§  Chem. = Chemistry
§  Ch. Hist. = Church History
§  Chin. = Chinese
§  Chron. = Chronology, Chronicles
§  Civ. = Civil
§  Class. = Classical
§  Class. Myth. = Classical Mythology
§  Col. = Colossians
§  colloq., coll. = colloquial, colloquially
§  Com. = Commerce, Common
§  comp. = compound, compounded, composition
§  compar. = comparative
§  conj. = conjunction
§  Con. Sect. = Conic Sections
§  contr. = contracted, contraction
§  Copt. = Coptic
§  Corn. = Cornish
§  corrupt. = corrupted, corruption
§  Cotgr. = Cotgrave
§  Cyc. Med. = Cyclopedia of Practical Medicine
§  Crim. Law = Criminal Law
§  Crystallog. = Crystallography
§  Cyc. = Cyclopedia
D
§  D. = Dutch (sometimes Daniel)
§  Dan. = Danish
§  dat. = dative
§  def. = definitions
§  Deut. = Deuteronomy
§  Dial. = Dialectic
§  dim. = diminutive
§  Diosc. = dioscorides
§  Disp. = Dispensatory
§  Disus. = Disused
§  Dom. Econ. = Domestic Economy
§  Dublin Univ. Mag. = Dublin University Magazine
§  Dyn. = Dynamics
E
§  E. = English
§  Eccl. = Ecclesiastical, Ecclesiastes
§  Eccl. Hist. = Ecclesiastical History
§  Ecclus. = Ecclesiasticus
§  Eclec. Rev. = Eclectic Review
§  Ed. Rev. = Edinburgh Review
§  e. g. = <it>exempli gratia</it> (for example)
§  Egypt. = Egyptian
§  Elect. = Electricity, Electrical
§  emph. = emphatic
§  Encyc. = Encyclopedia
§  Encyc. Amer. = Encyclopedia Americana
§  Encyc. Crit. = Encyclopedia Britannica
§  Encyc. Dict. = Hunter's Encyclopedic Dictionary
§  Eng. = England, English
§  Eng. = Engraving
§  Eng. Cyc. = English Cyclopedia
§  Engin. = Engineering
§  Eol. = Eolic
§  Eph., Ephes. = Ephesians
§  equiv. = equivalent
§  Esd. = Esdras
§  esp. = especially
§  Etch. & Eng. = Etching & Engraving
§  Ethnol. = Ethnology
§  etym., etymol. = etymology
§  Ex., Exod. = Exodus
§  Ezek. = Ezekiel
F
§  F. = French
§  f., fem. = feminine
§  Fahr. = Fahrenheit
§  Far. = Farriery
§  Feud. = Feudal
§  Fig. = Figurative, figuratively
§  Fin. = Finnish
§  For. Quart. Rev. = Foreign Quarterly Review
§  Fort. = Fortification
§  Fr. = French
§  fr. = from
§  freq. = frequentative
§  Fries. = Friesic
§  fut. = future
G
§  G. = German - use {{etyl|de}}
§  Gael. = Gaelic
§  Gal. = Galen
§  Gal. = Galatians
§  Galv. = Galvanism
§  gen. = generally, genitive
§  Geneal. = Genealogy
§  Gent. Mag. = Gentleman's Magazine
§  Geog. = Geography
§  Geol. = Geology
§  Geom. = Geometry
§  Ger. = Germanic or German
§  Gk. = Greek
§  Goth. = Gothic
§  Gov. of Tongue = Government of the Tongue
§  Gr. = Greek
§  Gram. = Grammar
§  Gris. = Grisons
§  Gun. = Gunnery
H
§  H. = High
§  Hab. = Habakkuk
§  Hag. = Haggai
§  Ham. Nav. Encyc. = Hamersly's Naval Encyclopedia
§  Heb. = Hebrew
§  Her. = Heraldry
§  Hind. = Hindostanee
§  Hipp. = Hippocrates
§  Hist. = History
§  Horol. = Horology
§  Hort. = Horticulture
§  Hung. = Hungarian
§  Hydraul. = Hydraulics
§  Hydros. = Hydrostatics
§  hypoth. = hypothetical
I
§  i. e. = <it>id est</it> (that is)
§  Icel. = Icelandic
§  Illust. = Illustration, Illustrated
§  imp. = imperfect
§  Imp. Dict. = Imperial Dictionary
§  incho. = inchoative
§  ind. = indicative
§  indef. = indefinite
§  inf. = infinitive
§  intens. = intensive
§  interj. = interjection
§  Internat. Cyc. = International Cyclopeia
§  Ion. = Ionic
§  i. q. = <it>idem quod</it> (the same as)
§  Ir. = Irish
§  Is., Isa. = Isaiah
§  It. = Italian
J
§  Jap. = Japanese
§  Jas. = James
§  Jav. = Javanese
§  Jer. = Jeremiah
§  Join. = Joinery
§  Josh. = Joshua
§  Judg. = Judges
K
§  K. = Kings
L
§  L. = Latin
§  L. = Low
§  Lam. = Lamentations
§  Lapp. = Lappish
§  Lat. = Latin
§  LD. = Low Dutch
§  Lett. = Lettish
§  Lev. = Leviticus
§  LG. = Low German
§  LGr. = Low Greek
§  Linn. = Linnæus
§  Lit., lit. = Literally, literally
§  Lit. = Literature
§  Lith. = Lithuanian
§  LL. = Late Latin - {{LL.}}
M
§  M. = Middle
§  m., masc. = masculine
§  Maced. = Macedonian
§  Mach. = Machinery
§  Mad. = Madam
§  Mag. = Magazine
§  Mal. = Malachi
§  Malay. = Malayan
§  Man. = Manège
§  Manuf. = Manufacturing
§  Mar. = Maritime
§  Math. = Mathematics, Mathematical
§  Matt. = Matthew
§  ME. = Middle English - {{etyl|enm}}
§  Mech. = Mechanic
§  Med. = Medicine
§  Metal. = Metallurgy
§  Metaph. = Metaphysics
§  Meteor. = Meteorolgy
§  mgr. = milligrams
§  MHG. = Middle High German - {{etyl|gmh}}
§  Micros. = Microscopy
§  Mil. = Military
§  Min. = Mineralogy
§  Mir. for Mag. = Mirror for Magistrates
§  MLG. = Middle Low German
§  Moham. = Mohammedan
§  Mozley & W. = Mozley & Whiteley
§  Mus. = Music
§  Myst. = Mysteries
§  Myth. = Mythology
N
§  N. = New
§  n. = noun
§  Nat. Hist. = Natural History
§  Nat. ord. = Natural order
§  Naut. = Nautical
§  Nav. = Navy
§  Navig. = Navigation
§  N. Brit. Rev. = North British Review
§  Neh. = Nehemiah
§  neut. = neuter
§  New Am. Cyc. = New American Cyclopedia
§  New Month. Mag. = New Monthly Magazine
§  NF. = New French
§  NGr. = Mew Greek
§  NHeb. = New Hebrew
§  NL. = New Latin - {{NL.}}
§  nom. = nominative
§  Norm. F. = Norman French
§  North Am. Rev. = North American Review
§  Norw. = Norwegian
§  Num. = Numbers
§  Numis. = Numismatics
O
§  O. = Old
§  Ob. = Obadiah
§  obs. = obsolete
§  Obsoles. = Obsolescent
§  OCelt. = Old Celtic
§  OD. = Old Dutch - {{etyl|odt}}
§  ODan. = Old Danish
§  OE. = Old English. We classify this as the early part of "Middle English", so use template {{etyl|enm}}. See the Webster 1913 entry on "English"
§  OF. = Old French - {{etyl|fro}}
§  OFelm. = Old Flemish
§  OFris., OFries. = Old Frisian (Old Friesic)- {{etyl|ofs}}
§  OGael. = Old Gaelic
§  OGr. = Old Greek
§  OHG. = Old High German - {{etyl|goh}}
§  OIcel. = Old Icelandic
§  OIt. = Old Italian
§  OL. = Old Latin
§  Olr. (typo) or OIr = Old Irish - {{etyl|sga}}
§  ON. = Old Norse - {{etyl|non}}
§  OLG. = Old Low German
§  OPer. = Old Persian - {{etyl|peo}}
§  OPg. = Old Portuguese
§  OPol. = Old Polish
§  Opt. = Optics
§  orig. = original, originally
§  Ornith. = Ornithology
§  OS. = Old Saxon - {{etyl|osx}}
§  OSlav. = Old Slavic
§  OSp. = Old Spanish - {{etyl|osp}}
§  Oxf. Gloss. = Oxford Glossary of Architecture
P
§  p. = participle, page
§  p. a. = participial adjective
§  Paint. = Painting
§  Paleon. = Paleontology
§  pass. = passive
§  Pathol. = Pathology
§  P. Cyc. = Penny Cyclopedia
§  Per. = Persian
§  perh. = perhaps
§  pers. = person
§  Persp. = Perspective
§  Pert. = Pertaining
§  Peruv. = Peruvian
§  Pet. = Peter
§  Pg. = Portuguese
§  Pharm. = Pharmacy, Pharmacopœia
§  Phil. = Phillipians
§  Philem. = Philemon
§  Philol. = Philology
§  Philos. = Philosophy
§  Phon. = Phonetics
§  Photog. = Photography
§  Photom. = Photometry
§  Phren. = Phrenology
§  Phys. = Physics
§  Phys. Sci. = Physical Science
§  Physiol. = Physiology
§  pl. = plural
§  Poet. = Poetry, Poetical
§  Pol. = Polish
§  Pol. Econ. = Political Economy
§  Polit. Econ. = Political Economy
§  Pop. Sci. Monthly = Polular Science Monthly
§  pp. = pages
§  P. Plowman = Piers Plowman
§  p.p. = past participle
§  p.pr., p.ple. = present participle
§  Pr. = Provençal
§  Pref. = Preface
§  pref. = prefix
§  prep. = preposition
§  pres. = present
§  pret. = preterit
§  prin. = principally
§  Print. = Printing
§  priv. = privative
§  prob. = probably
§  pron. = Pronunciation, pronounced, pronoun
§  prop. = properly
§  Pros. = Prosody
§  prov. = provincial
§  Prov. = Provincial
§  Prov. = Proverbs
§  Ps., Psa. = Psalms
§  Pyro.-elect. = Pyro-electricity
Q
§  Quart. Rev. = Quarterly Review
§  q. v. = <it>quod vide</it> (which see)
R
§  R. = Rare
§  R. C. = Roman Catholic
§  R. C. Ch. = Roman Catholic Church
§  Rep. Sec. of War = Report of Secretary of War
§  Rev. = Revelation
§  Rev. = Review
§  Rev. Ver. = Revised Version (of the Bible)
§  Rhet. = Rhetoric
§  R. of Brunne = Robert of Brunne
§  R. of Gl. = Robert of Gloucester
§  Rom. = Roman, Romans
§  Rom. Cath. = Roman Catholic
§  Rom. of R. = Romaunt of the Rose
§  Rpts. = reports
§  Russ. = Russian
S
§  Sam. = Samaritan
§  Sam. = Samuel
§  Sat. Rev. = Saturday Review
§  Sax. = Saxon
§  sc. = <it>scilicet</it> (being understood)
§  Scand. = Scandinavian
§  Sci. = Science
§  Sci. Am. = Scientific American
§  Scot. = Scotland, Scottish
§  Script. = Scripture, Scriptural
§  Sculp. = Sculpture
§  Serb = Serbian
§  Serv. = Servian
§  Shak. = Shakespeare
§  sing. = singular
§  Skr. = Sanskrit
§  Slav. = Slavonic
§  Sp. = Spanish
§  Specif. = Specifically
§  Stat. = Statuary
§  subj. = subjunctive
§  superl. = superlative
§  Surg. = Surgery
§  Surv. = Surveying
§  Sw. = Swedish
§  Syd. Soc. Lex. = Sydenham Society Lexicon
§  Syn. = Synonyms
§  Synop. = Synopsis
§  Syr. = Syriac
T
§  Tart. = Tartaric
§  Teleg. = Telegraphy
§  term. = termination
§  Test. = Testament
§  Theol. = Theology
§  Thes. = Thessalonians
§  Tim. = Timothy
§  Todd & B. = Todd & Bowman
§  Trans. = Translation
§  Treas. = Treasury
§  Trig. = Trigonometry
§  Turk. = Turkish
§  Typog. = Typography
U
§  Univ. = University
§  Up. = Upper
§  U. S. = United States
§  U. S. Disp. = United States Dispensatory
§  U. S. Pharm. = United States Pharmacopœia
§  U. S. Int. Rev. Statutes = United States Internal Revenue Statutes
§  usu. = usually
V
§  v. = verb
§  v.i. = intransitive verb
§  v.t. = transitive verb
§  var. = variety
§  vb.n. = verbal noun
§  Veter. = Veterinary
§  Vitr. = Vitruvius
W
§  W. = Welsh
§  Wall. = Wallachian
§  Westm. Cat. = Westminster Catechism
§  Westm. Rev. = Westminster Review
Z
§  Zech. = Zechariah
§  Zeph. = Zephaniah
§  Zoöl. = Zoölogy