The war at Troy; what Homer didn't tell, by Quintus of Smyrna. Translated, and with an introduction and notes by Frederick M. Combellack.

; Combellack, Frederick M. (Frederick Malcolm), 1906-2002
[1st ed.].. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press [1968] .

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Standard Title Posthomerica. English
Other Authors Combellack, Frederick M. 1906-2002.
Subjects Epic poetry, Greek -- Translations into English.
Epic poetry, Greek.
Trojan War -- Poetry.
Troy (Extinct city) -- Poetry.
Turkey -- Troy (Extinct city)
Description vii, 279 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Translation of Ta meta ton Homè„ron.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Chronicle of events of the Trojan War from the death of Hector to the departure of the Greeks from Troy. Written about 360 A.D.
Contents The arrival, deeds, and death of Penthesileia the Amazon Queen -- The arrival, deeds and death of Memnon -- The death and funeral of Achilles -- The funeral games of Achilles -- The defeat, madness, and suicide of Aias -- The arrival and the victories of Eurypylus -- The coming of Achilles' son Neoptolemus to Troy -- The death of Eurypylus -- The return of Philoctetes to the Greek Army -- The death of Paris -- Indecisive fighting around the walls of Troy -- The wooden horse -- The sack of Troy -- The departure for home.
Genre Poetry.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1123876
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Quintus, Smyrnaeus, active 4th century.
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