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Extended Audio Sample Iliada (The Iliad) (Unabridged) Audiobook, by Homer
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The Iliad is a legendary example of the ancient Greek epic. Its author, the blind poet Homer, who tells us about the Trojan War in detail, is an nearly mythical figure. Neither the date or place of his birth or death are known for sure, and his blindness is also disputed. In art, the Iliad has served as an endless source of ideas, plots, and characters, and the characters of the poem and their deeds have become proverbial.

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Author Homer

Although recognized as one of the greatest ancient Greek poets, the life and figure of Homer remains shrouded in mystery. Credited with the authorship of the epic poems Iliad and Odyssey, Homer, if he existed, is believed to have lived during the ninth century BC, and has been identified variously as a Babylonian, an Ithacan, or an Ionian. Regardless of his citizenship, Homer’s poems and speeches played a key role in shaping Greek culture, and Homeric studies remains one of the oldest continuous areas of scholarship, reaching from antiquity through to modern times.