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720 terms
Homer
πτύσσω , aor. part. πτύξασα, ἐπτύσσοντο
περόνη (πείρω)
ἄγαλμα (ἀγάλλομαι)
Αἶσα
πτύσσω , aor. part. πτύξασα, ἐπτύσσοντο... fold, fold together;…
περόνη (πείρω)... brooch-pin, buckle, clasp
ἄγαλμα (ἀγάλλομαι)... anything in which one takes delight or pr…
Αἶσα... the decree, dispensation of a god; one's share in a thing
πτύσσω , aor. part. πτύξασα, ἐπτύσσοντο
πτύσσω , aor. part. πτύξασα, ἐπτύσσοντο... fold, fold together;…
περόνη (πείρω)
περόνη (πείρω)... brooch-pin, buckle, clasp
284 terms
Homer
ὅθι (ὅς)
ἀγείρω ἤγειρα ἀγήγερμαι ἠγέρθην
ἀγλαός -ή -όν
ἀγορά -ᾶς ἡ
where, there; poet. for οὗ
gather, collect
splendid, shining, bright
market place
ὅθι (ὅς)
where, there; poet. for οὗ
ἀγείρω ἤγειρα ἀγήγερμαι ἠγέρθην
gather, collect
510 terms
Homer
ὅθι (ὅς)
ἀγαθός -ή -όν
ἀγείρω ἤγειρα ἀγήγερμαι ἠγέρθην
ἀγλαός -ή -όν
where, there; poet. for οὗ
good, noble
gather, collect
splendid, shining, bright
ὅθι (ὅς)
where, there; poet. for οὗ
ἀγαθός -ή -όν
good, noble
25 terms
Homer
Victual
Guile
Formidable
Travail
Food supplies
Crafty or artful deception
Causing fear
Painfully difficult
Victual
Food supplies
Guile
Crafty or artful deception
11 terms
Homer
epic
bard
The Iliad
lyre
from Greek "epos" meaning "tale"
a story teller
Homer's epic describing the final days of the Trojan War
a stringed instrument, resembling a small harp, used by bards
epic
from Greek "epos" meaning "tale"
bard
a story teller
5 terms
Homer
Odyssey
Illiad
nymph
Asia Minor
a long, adventurous journey
Homer's epic poem of the story of the Trojan War
(classical mythology) a minor nature goddess usually depicted…
the Turkish peninsula between the Black Sea and the Mediterra…
Odyssey
a long, adventurous journey
Illiad
Homer's epic poem of the story of the Trojan War
Homer
When did Homer live?
What was Homer's profession?
What were Homer's most famous stories?
What physical problem did Homer have?
900 B.C.
Homer was a bard, a professional poet who recited poems.
The Iliad and the odyssey.
He was blind.
When did Homer live?
900 B.C.
What was Homer's profession?
Homer was a bard, a professional poet who recited poems.
5 terms
Homer
Homer is a
People couldn't read or write so
Homer's 2 Epics are
The Epics related to
blind poet
they told spoken stories
The Odyssey and The Iliad
The Trojan War
Homer is a
blind poet
People couldn't read or write so
they told spoken stories
568 terms
Homer
οὐλόμενος
ἀπερείσιος
ἅζομαι
κιχάνω
accursed
countless
be reverent, in awe
hit upon, reach
οὐλόμενος
accursed
ἀπερείσιος
countless
1,817 terms
Homer
ελοριον
αζομαι
επευφημι
δηθινων
spoil
revere
shout in agreement
loitering
ελοριον
spoil
αζομαι
revere
Homer
οἳ δ' ἱστὸν στήσαντ' ἀνά θ' ἱστία λευκ…
ἐν δ' ἄνεμος πρῆσεν μέσον ἱστίον, ἀμφὶ…
στείρῃ πορφύρεον μεγάλ' ἴαχε νηὸς ἰούσ…
ἣ δ' ἔθεεν κατὰ κῦμα διαπρήσσουσα κέλε…
They set up the mast, and spread out the white sails,
and the wind filled the middle of the sail, and on both sides
the dark wave roared loudly around the keel of the moving ship,
and the ship ran through the waves, accomplishing its way.
οἳ δ' ἱστὸν στήσαντ' ἀνά θ' ἱστία λευκ…
They set up the mast, and spread out the white sails,
ἐν δ' ἄνεμος πρῆσεν μέσον ἱστίον, ἀμφὶ…
and the wind filled the middle of the sail, and on both sides
229 terms
Homer
ιστον
στησαντ´
πετασσαν
πρησεν
mast
they set up
spread out
blew up
ιστον
mast
στησαντ´
they set up
Homer
Myceneans
Syllabary
Bronze
1200 B.C.E.
Greek-speaking people who lived on the Greek island of Crete.
Mycenean "alphabet"
what metal did the Myceneans use?
when did Mycenean civilization end?
Myceneans
Greek-speaking people who lived on the Greek island of Crete.
Syllabary
Mycenean "alphabet"
Homer
Buzz
Bart
Lisa
Simpson
Cola
Simpson
Simpson
Homer
Simpson
Buzz
Cola
39 terms
homer
homer
illiad and odyssey
ionia
true
earliest european epic poet
the greeks had these books that acted as their bibles. they t…
homer lived in this place (asia minior) and people associate…
it is accurate to think of homer as a compiler of pre-existin…
homer
earliest european epic poet
illiad and odyssey
the greeks had these books that acted as their bibles. they t…
24 terms
Homer
homer
Delian League
Acropolis
Macedonia
Author of the Iliad and Odessy
defensive alliance set up by Athens
...
...
homer
Author of the Iliad and Odessy
Delian League
defensive alliance set up by Athens
Homer
Formula
Odyssey
Epic Poetry
Characteristics of an Epic Poem
-adjective or phrase that is repeated over and over to join s…
-a series of journeys usually marked by many changes in fortu…
-the Odyssey... -a long narrative poem... -tells a series of advent…
-plot begins in the middle of the story, then goes backwards,…
Formula
-adjective or phrase that is repeated over and over to join s…
Odyssey
-a series of journeys usually marked by many changes in fortu…
14 terms
Homer
Blind poet
he did not write the story he told it
the Iliad and the Odyssey most famous…
lived between 900 and 700 BC lived in…
Homer
Homer
Homer
Homer
Blind poet
Homer
he did not write the story he told it
Homer
Homer
The Homeric Question
Epic
Characteristics of the epic
Hero of the epic
concerns whether he actually wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey
long, narrative poem told in elevated language with character…
hero, setting, action, style
important historically to the country
The Homeric Question
concerns whether he actually wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey
Epic
long, narrative poem told in elevated language with character…
391 terms
Homer
Ικω
Κυδαλιμος
Δαινυμι
Ετης
Come
Glorious
Give a banquet
Clansmen
Ικω
Come
Κυδαλιμος
Glorious
6 terms
Homer
He was blind
Between 800 and 700 B.C
Epic poems
2
What disability did Homer have?
When did Homer live?
What type of poems did Homer write?
How many poems did Homer write?
He was blind
What disability did Homer have?
Between 800 and 700 B.C
When did Homer live?
Homer
Who is homer
Telling the Tales
Homers stories
Background on the Odyssey
•Blind minstrel from Greek island of Chios... • traveled from co…
• epic's typically told aloud by illiterate people (but who w…
• stories can probably be traced to real battles from about 1…
•Everyone already knew about Odysseus through legends... • popul…
Who is homer
•Blind minstrel from Greek island of Chios... • traveled from co…
Telling the Tales
• epic's typically told aloud by illiterate people (but who w…
Homer
When was he born?
What type of poet was he?
Who determined when homer was born?
Where was he born?
750 BC to 1200 BC, 8th and 12 centuries
Minstrel poet/balladeer
Herodotus, a Greek historian
On the coast of Asia Minor, Turkey
When was he born?
750 BC to 1200 BC, 8th and 12 centuries
What type of poet was he?
Minstrel poet/balladeer
5 terms
Homer
Explain what the Iliad is about.
Who was Homer?
What is a theologian?
What is the Odyssey about?
The Iliad... about a 5-week period of 10 year war... describes cl…
A blind Greek peot, who lived around 1000 B.C. - 700 B.C.
A theologian is someone who studies Greek gods.
The Odyssey... about a Greek hero's 10-year... journey home from…
Explain what the Iliad is about.
The Iliad... about a 5-week period of 10 year war... describes cl…
Who was Homer?
A blind Greek peot, who lived around 1000 B.C. - 700 B.C.
12 terms
Homer
When was homer born
What is the homeric question
"Father of history" (484 BC - 425 BC)…
Homers style
12-18th centuries BC
His existence
Greek historian Herodotus
Minstrel poet/balladeer
When was homer born
12-18th centuries BC
What is the homeric question
His existence
5 terms
Homer
who was a blind poet
what were the two books
what was the Iliad about
what was the Odyssey about
Homer
the Iliad and the Odyssey
about a 5-week period of year - war
about a Greek hero's 10-year journey home from war
who was a blind poet
Homer
what were the two books
the Iliad and the Odyssey
25 terms
The Homer
Disconsolate
Wooer
Immortal
Bereaved
Without consolation
To seek to win
not mortal
greatly saddened
Disconsolate
Without consolation
Wooer
To seek to win
28 terms
homer
irk
mull
legal action
rob
ennuyeux, fâcher, énerver
réfléchir à, ruminer
poursuite judiciaire
le peignoir
irk
ennuyeux, fâcher, énerver
mull
réfléchir à, ruminer
Homer
8th and 9th
Blinded
Controversy
Rythem and orraly
believed to have lived durning the ___ and ___ century
Known as the "_______poet" though here is no proof
_______ surrounds homers life and work as there was
_______ and repetition helped homer remember the story when h…
8th and 9th
believed to have lived durning the ___ and ___ century
Blinded
Known as the "_______poet" though here is no proof
Homer
Lived when?
Stories from the Trojan war were told…
He sang how many epic poems? How many…
Greatest Greek cultural achievements
After the trojan war 8th century B.C.
1200-700 BC
10, 2
The Iliad and the Odyssey
Lived when?
After the trojan war 8th century B.C.
Stories from the Trojan war were told…
1200-700 BC
homer
homer was author of
story that he was a Babylonian captive?
story that he was from Ithica?
possibly not
odyssey and iliad
true
true
real
homer was author of
odyssey and iliad
story that he was a Babylonian captive?
true
Homer
Who was homer
What is the history behind the Trojan…
Give a brief summary of the odyssey:
Why were the Greek myths created?
Homer was the son of Epikaste and Telemachus. People doubted…
The Trojan war was a 10 year struggle. It was a war between G…
The odyssey was about the 10 year struggle to return after th…
People started writing Greek mythology after homer wrote the…
Who was homer
Homer was the son of Epikaste and Telemachus. People doubted…
What is the history behind the Trojan…
The Trojan war was a 10 year struggle. It was a war between G…
What was he?
Where?
When?
What era did he live after?
A famous poet
Greece
800-500 BCE
Dark Age
What was he?
A famous poet
Where?
Greece
Homer
das Wissen,-
die Sage,-n
weitererzählen
erfunden
savoir
le mythe
Transmettre qc à qn
inventer
das Wissen,-
savoir
die Sage,-n
le mythe
6 terms
Homer
Das Wissen,-
Die Sage,-n
weiterzählen
erfunden
le savoir
le mythe
transmettre qc à qn
inventer
Das Wissen,-
le savoir
Die Sage,-n
le mythe
18 terms
Homér
heretics
inert
innate
ingratiating
People who hold religious ideas that oppose accepted church t…
UNABLE TO MOVE; SLUGGISH... Resistance to motion, action, or cha…
Natural
intended to gain someone's favor or approval
heretics
People who hold religious ideas that oppose accepted church t…
inert
UNABLE TO MOVE; SLUGGISH... Resistance to motion, action, or cha…
11 terms
Homerisms
anaphora
antithesis
aposiopesis
conduplicatio
repetition at the beginning of a sentence
two opposing ideas
trailing off (not digression)
repeat same exact work but used differently
anaphora
repetition at the beginning of a sentence
antithesis
two opposing ideas
14 terms
Homer Figg
embellish
irony
bellow
scalawag
to make a story more interesting by adding details
the opposite of what you expect or think is supposed to happen
deep loud roar
a person that acts out to amuse others
embellish
to make a story more interesting by adding details
irony
the opposite of what you expect or think is supposed to happen
21 terms
Homers
When were the Illiad and Odyssey compo…
What is epic poetry ?
how were the stories of epic poetry to…
Who wrote the Illiad and Odyssey?
1750-1775 BC
about a hero's adventure
orally
Homer
When were the Illiad and Odyssey compo…
1750-1775 BC
What is epic poetry ?
about a hero's adventure
21 terms
Homer Vocabulary
contingent (n.)
havoc (n.)
breach (v. or n.)
indifferent (adj.)
a group of people united by some common feature, forming part…
widespread destruction; great confusion or disorder
(noun) 1. an act of breaking or failing to observe a law, agr…
1. having no particular interest or sympathy; unconcerned / 2…
contingent (n.)
a group of people united by some common feature, forming part…
havoc (n.)
widespread destruction; great confusion or disorder
18 terms
Homer vocabulary
Quarry
Mean
Keels
Camber
An animal hunted
Humble, Obscure, lonely
Bottom of a ship
A long curly wave
Quarry
An animal hunted
Mean
Humble, Obscure, lonely
326 terms
Homer Vocab
κερδοσυνη
σχεδον
κορυθαιολος
παρος
trickery
near
of the shining helm
before
κερδοσυνη
trickery
σχεδον
near
winslow homer
Fog Warning
The Herring Net
The Gulf Stream
Snap The Whip
One fisherman trying to get to shore... fog rolling in- hard to…
two fishermen ... trying to bring in catch before storm... sign of…
One fisherman... mast broken on boat... survived storm, exhausted,…
school children... happy... carefree childhood 1800s
Fog Warning
One fisherman trying to get to shore... fog rolling in- hard to…
The Herring Net
two fishermen ... trying to bring in catch before storm... sign of…
20 terms
The Odyssey, By Homer
Odyssey
Polyphemus, Cyclops
Aeolus
Circe
The king oh Ithaca
A cyclops and son of Poseidon... Race of one-eyed giants
The king of winds
enchantress who lives on the island of Aeneas
Odyssey
The king oh Ithaca
Polyphemus, Cyclops
A cyclops and son of Poseidon... Race of one-eyed giants
17 terms
Homer Quiz
Where was Homer from?
When did Homer most likely live and wr…
Why do some people believe Homer was b…
Why do scholars believe The Illiad and…
Chios
ninth or eighth century
they believe the blind bard in The Odyssey represents Homer
the poems share the same style & outlook
Where was Homer from?
Chios
When did Homer most likely live and wr…
ninth or eighth century
20 terms
Homer Price Chapter 6
imperative
mechanism
vice versa
receptive
relating to a command; something which must be done
part of a machine
the reverse of something
open; ready to try new things
imperative
relating to a command; something which must be done
mechanism
part of a machine
20 terms
Homer Price Chapter 4
merely
accomplished
rheumatism
peer
simply
highly skilled
joint and muscle pain
look keenly
merely
simply
accomplished
highly skilled
20 terms
Homer Price Chapter 3
devices
unkindly disposed
frittered away
tinkered
a piece of equipment made for a special purpose
irritated, unwilling to be friendly
wasted
make adjustments
devices
a piece of equipment made for a special purpose
unkindly disposed
irritated, unwilling to be friendly
Homer: The Iliad
Arête
Aristeia (pronounced arí-stee-ah or ar…
dolos
epic
"excellence, virtue, extraordinary talent" Examples: (in batt…
the "best" day of a warrior on the battlefield; a moment of e…
deception, guile, trickery. A quality especially valuable in…
a genre (type or kind) of literature. For the ancient Greeks,…
Arête
"excellence, virtue, extraordinary talent" Examples: (in batt…
Aristeia (pronounced arí-stee-ah or ar…
the "best" day of a warrior on the battlefield; a moment of e…
20 terms
Homer Price Chapter 5
crusade
dwindled
flustered
hermit
expedition
get smaller gradually
agitated and confused
recluse
crusade
expedition
dwindled
get smaller gradually
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