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Winston

USA
22 Posts

Posted - 04 Mar 2007 :  14:12:48  


The 1888 Interlinear text of Homer's Iliad ( Clark - McKay )

Cf. Homer Bilingual ( Greek / English ) Anthology


 

Kevin

Canada
36 Posts

Posted - 05 Mar 2007 :  11:24:00  

 

Thanks very much for putting this on-line. It gives people, especially beginners, the chance to have the special help and enjoyment of Homer in interlinear that otherwise is very hard to find.

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Ron Lawrence

Australia
1 Posts

Posted - 06 May 2007 :  23:29:27  

 

For 40 years I've been looking for a suitable literal translation of Homer. Tried them all with little success. Your Interlinear Iliad beats them all. I am so grateful and it's renewed my quest to master the First Book of the Iliad. Along with PA Draper's Homer it makes a perfect combination. If only there was a spoken CD to complement them.

Thanks again for the Interlinear translation. I don't know of anything better.
Regards
Ron Lawrence

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porfyrus

Romania
1 Posts

Posted - 13 Jun 2007 :  04:33:46  

 

Dear Winston,

could you post the rest of the Greek Englisch Interlinear Iliad?

or could you guide my how to find it somewhere?

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brian0918

1 Posts

Posted - 15 Jun 2007 :  13:32:25  

 

The full text is available through Google Books in pdf (Not available to all countries).

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atari

USA
14 Posts

Posted - 31 Jul 2007 :  21:24:58  

 

On the first page of Book 1, why is Aidi translated as "to Oreus"?

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