Pages: 292 pages
Published: January 13th 2019
Excerpt from The Iliad of Homer, Vol. 5
However, one may obferve there are more turns of fortune, more defeats, more rallyings, more accidents in this battle, than m any other becaufe it was to be the laft wherein the Greeks and Trojans were upon equal terms, obegfe the return of Achilles and befides, all this ferves to intr uce the chief hero with the greater pomp and dignity.
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