Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica, by H. G. Evelyn-White

Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction

  1. General
  2. The Boeotian School
  3. Life of Hesiod
  4. The Hesiodic Poems
  5. Date of the Hesiodic Poems
  6. Literary Value of Homer
  7. The Ionic School
  8. The Trojan Cycle
  9. The Homeric Hymns
  10. The Epigrams of Homer
  11. The Burlesque Poems
  12. The Contest of Homer and Hesiod

Bibliography

The Works of Hesiod

  1. Works and Days (832 lines)
  2. The Divination by Birds (fragments)
  3. The Astronomy (fragments)
  4. The Precepts of Chiron (fragments)
  5. The Great Works (fragments)
  6. The Idaean Dactyls (fragments)
  7. The Theogony (1,041 lines)
  8. The Catalogues of Women and Eoiae (fragments)
  9. The Shield of Heracles (480 lines)
  10. The Marriage of Ceyx (fragments)
  11. The Great Eoiae (fragments)
  12. The Melampodia (fragments)
  13. Aegimius (fragments)
  14. Fragments of Unknown Position
  15. Doubtful Fragments

Works Attributed to Homer

The Homeric Hymns

  1. I. To Dionysus (21 lines)
  2. II. To Demeter (495 lines)
  3. III. To Apollo (546 lines)
  4. IV. To Hermes (582 lines)
  5. V. To Aphrodite (293 lines)
  6. VI. To Aphrodite (21 lines)
  7. VII. To Dionysus (59 lines)
  8. VIII. To Ares (17 lines)
  9. IX. To Artemis (9 lines)
  10. X. To Aphrodite (6 lines)
  11. XI. To Athena (5 lines)
  12. XII. To Hera (5 lines)
  13. XIII. To Demeter (3 lines)
  14. XIV. To the Mother of the Gods (6 lines)
  15. XV. To Heracles the Lion-Hearted (9 lines)
  16. XVI. To Asclepius (5 lines)
  17. XVII. To the Dioscuri (5 lines)
  18. XVIII. To Hermes (12 lines)
  19. XIX. To Pan (49 lines)
  20. XX. To Hephaestus (8 lines)
  21. XXI. To Apollo (5 lines)
  22. XXII. To Poseidon (7 lines)
  23. XXIII. To the Son of Cronos, Most High (4 lines)
  24. XXIV. To Hestia (5 lines)
  25. XXV. To the Muses and Apollo (7 lines)
  26. XXVI. To Dionysus (13 lines)
  27. XXVII. To Artemis (22 lines)
  28. XXVIII. To Athena (18 lines)
  29. XXIX. To Hestia (13 lines)
  30. XXX. To Earth the Mother of All (19 lines)
  31. XXXI. To Helios (20 lines)
  32. XXXII. To Selene (20 lines)
  33. XXXIII. To the Dioscuri (19 lines)

Homer’s Epigrams

Fragments of the Epic Cycle

  1. The War of the Titans (fragments)
  2. The Story of Oedipus (fragments)
  3. The Thebaid (fragments)
  4. The Epigoni (fragments)
  5. The Cypria (fragments)
  6. The Aethiopis (fragments)
  7. The Little Iliad (fragments)
  8. The Sack of Ilium (fragments)
  9. The Returns (fragments)
  10. The Telegony (fragments)

Non-Cyclic Poems Attributed to Homer

  1. The Expedition of Amphiaraus (fragments)
  2. The Taking of Oechalia (fragments)
  3. The Phocais (fragments)
  4. The Margites (fragments)
  5. The Cercopes (fragments)

The Battle of Frogs and Mice (303 lines)

Of the Origin of Homer and Hesiod, and of their Contest (aka “The Contest of Homer and Hesiod”)

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