"Hesiod, The Homeric Hymns, and Homerica" is a collection of ancient Greek writings that are attributed to Hesiod, Homer, and others whose style emulates the two. This volume translated by Hugh G. Evelyn-White includes the following works: Works and Days, The Divination by Birds, The Astronomy, The Precepts of Chiron, The Great Works, The Idaean Dactyls, The Theogony, The Catalogues of Women and the Eoiae, The Shield of Heracles, The Marriage of Ceyx, The Great Eoiae, The Melampodia, The Aegimius, Fragments of Unknown Position, and Doubtful Fragments, The Homeric Hymns, The Epigrams Of Homer, The War of the Titans, The Story of Oedipus, The Thebais, The Epigoni, The Cypria, The Aethiopis, The Little Illiad, The Sack of Illium, The Returns, The Telegony, The Expedition of Amphiaraüs, The taking of Oechalia, The Phocais, The Margites, The Cercopes, The Battle of the Frogs and Mice, and The Contest Of Homer And Hesiod.
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Published December 10, 2009
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