Odyssey - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an epic poem by Homer
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in madness that he called the Odyssey mud and the Iliad
remark, too, that in the Odyssey he represents his charact
a copy of the Iliad and the Odyssey written out with
by Homer, beginning with the Odyssey. But others say tha
For we had only an Odyssey in Latin, which resembled one
the wrath." * & Quoted from Odyssey iii. 271. On Rhetor
oduced an edition of the Odyssey, and so this is called
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