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Jalloo marmyr jeh Homer. Coip Raueagh jeh soylley bunneydagh Greagagh 2h eash RC
Ennym ruggyree Ὅμηρος
Ruggit c. 9 century RC
unknown value
Hooar baase c. 8 century RC
Seyraanaght Ionian League (en) Translate
Çhengey Shenn-Ghreagish
Keird feelee · ughtar · screeudeyr
Bleeantyn obbree 8oo eash yeianagh RC
Shaanrey daan ard-skeealagh
Moir Kretheis
Kianglaghyn fysseree as sheshoil
IMDb nm0392955
Discogs ID 706034

She Homer (Clowan:Lang-grc, Hómēros) yn ughtar shenn-skeealagh as ughtarys yn Iliad as yn Odyssey (daa ghaan ard-skeealagh ta coontit myr obbraghyn bunneydagh lettyraght y Çhenn-Ghreag) currit da. T'eh coontit myr fer jeh ny h-ughtaryn smoo cummaghtaagh v'ayn rieau er dy henney.[1] 'Syn Aittys Jeeoilagh liorish Dante Alighieri, ta Virgil cur sheese er myr "feelee ard-reeoil", ree dagh feelee;[2] ayns roie-ockle jeh'n çhyndaa echey er yn Iliad, as ta Alexander Pope goaill rish yn eie dy nee Homer "y fer share mastey ny feeleeyn".[3]


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  1. "Learn about Homer's The Iliad and The Odyssey". Encyclopaedia Britannica. Feddynit magh er 31 Luanistyn 2021.
  2. Divine Comedy, Inferno, Canto IV, 86-88 (çhyndaa Longfellow):
    "Him with that falchion in his hand behold,
    ⁠Who comes before the three, even as their lord.
    That one is Homer, Poet sovereign;"
  3. Roie-ockle Alexander Pope roish e hyndaa jeh'n Iliad:
    "Homer is universally allowed to have had the greatest invention of any writer whatever. The praise of judgment Virgil has justly contested with him, and others may have their pretensions as to particular excellencies; but his invention remains yet unrivalled. Nor is it a wonder if he has ever been acknowledged the greatest of poets, who most excelled in that which is the very foundation of poetry."

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