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What did Homer write? What important purposes did his writings serve for later generations?

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Homer was the most famous writer of epic poems. He wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey. His writings were important for future generations, because he describes a period, that is, how the Trojan War went, which events marked it and between whom the war was fought. It is important that this is passed down from generation to generation so that young people have an insight into historical events.

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