The Iliad in Greek and Translation
by 6 authors Johann Heinrich Voss, Homer, A. T. Murray, John J. Jackson, Luis Segalá Estalella, Leconte de Lisles
Logos Bible Software 2007–2008
Logos Bible Software proudly brings one of the greatest epics in the history of western literature. Homer’s The Iliad has for centuries enthralled readers with its depictions of war, heroism, wrath, and the Greek pantheon. Detailing the final year of the Trojan War, the story holds such an important place in the in western civilization that it permeates our very language, endowing us with idioms like a “Trojan horse” and “Achilles heel.” Now, we invite you to delve deeper into The Iliad than ever before with the Logos edition of The Iliad in Greek and Translation.
A thorough understanding of Greek is an invaluable tool in the study of the New Testament, and The Iliad in Greek and Translation offers students of Greek a terrific opportunity to further familiarize themselves with the language. Using the resource as a study aid, you’ll be able to search vocabulary in the New Testament to see how it was used classically. Moreover, you will be able to effortlessly look up The Iliad references in Liddell and Scott Greek-English Lexicon , BDAG and other Greek grammars once those resources are updated with links to The Iliad.
- Title: The Iliad in Greek and Translation
- Author: Homer
- Publisher: Logos Research Systems