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used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope)

11 uses
  • Although poor, he married, and the result of the union was a girl named Critheis.
    Introduction (9% in)
  • What few authorities exist on the subject, are summarily dismissed, although the arguments appear to run in a circle.
    Introduction (8% in)
  • Grote, although not very distinct in stating his own opinions on the subject, has done much to clearly show the incongruity of the Wolfian theory, and of Lachmann's modifications with the character of Peisistratus.
    Introduction (60% in)
  • (30) On the whole, I am inclined to believe, that the labours of Peisistratus were wholly of an editorial character, although, I must confess, that I can lay down nothing respecting the extent of his labours.
    Introduction (65% in)
  • _ I do not at this moment remember two emendations on Homer, calculated to substantially improve the poetry of a passage, although a mass of remarks, from Herodotus down to Loewe, have given us the history of a thousand minute points, without which our Greek knowledge would be gloomy and jejune.
    Introduction (74% in)
  • _ Of the gloomy destiny reigning throughout the Homeric poems, and from which even the gods are not exempt, Schlegel well observes, "This power extends also to the world of gods— for the Grecian gods are mere powers of nature—and although immeasurably higher than mortal man, yet, compared with infinitude, they are on an equal footing with himself.
    Footnotes (21% in)
  • Although the example of Homer has since rendered some such formal enumeration of the forces engaged, a common practice in epic poems descriptive of great warlike adventures, still so minute a statistical detail can neither be considered as imperatively required, nor perhaps such as would, in ordinary cases, suggest itself to the mind of a poet.
    Footnotes (35% in)
  • If the total number of the Greek ships be taken at twelve hundred, according to Thucydides, although in point of fact there are only eleven hundred and eighty-six in the Catalogue, the amount of the army, upon the foregoing average, will be about a hundred and two thousand men.
    Footnotes (37% in)
  • _ Although a bastard brother received only a small portion of the inheritance, he was commonly very well treated.
    Footnotes (69% in)
  • Here it is clear from both speakers, that although Sarpedon is said to be fated to die, Jupiter might still, if he pleased, save him, and place him entirely out of the reach of any such event, and further, in the alternative, that Jupiter himself would destroy him by the hands of another.
    Footnotes (78% in)
  • _ "The art military of the Homeric age is upon a level with the state of navigation just described, personal prowess decided every thing; the night attack and the ambuscade, although much esteemed, were never upon a large scale.
    Footnotes (79% in)

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