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Greek and Roman Culture: Homeric Quesiton

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Greek and Roman Culture: Homeric Quesiton CLS 1500

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Talking about the Iliad, but have branched off into belief of the author
Introduction to Greek and Roman Culture
Gregory G. Pellam
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Greek, and, Roman, Culture, Homerica, Question, Iliad, gregory, Pellman




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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alexis Kreusch on Saturday October 1, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CLS 1500 at Wright State University taught by Gregory G. Pellam in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 86 views.


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Date Created: 10/01/16
Homeric Question In class this week, we have been talking a lot about the Homeric Questions and this is what we  have discussed so far:  Homers name might have been Homeros meaning “Hostage”  The Trojan war took place around 1200 BC  Homer lived around 800­700 BC   Homeric Hymns are poems about gods  Homer asked Thea, or a goddess, to tell him the story (Mousa­ Muse) o Where we think the inspiration and facts came for the Iliad  The Greek language was lost following the fall of the Roman Empire o Refound during the Renaissance o Enlightenment era believed in Humanism and when people started to believe in  more than one author for the Iliad but the whole Greek culture wrote it o Thought proof in the many stories about different heros, possibly being the ones  from towns o Heinrich Schiem (Weapon Maker who got rich during war) sought to proof this  theory wrong  Set out to discover the exact locations for certain scenes in the Iliad  Hissurlick thought to be were Troy was and was dug up finding  clues to the exact time period o A strong wall, but no writing or textual evidence  Mycenae was also searched in hopes of finding proof


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