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Skip to comments.Incredible, Epic Genes: Dating The Iliad
Posted on 03/01/2013 8:36:12 AM PST by STD
Epic Genes: Dating The Iliad
This 3-inch-high bronze statue from Crete, dating to the early seventh century B.C.E., depicts a young boy and a blind musician. According to ancient tradition, Homer was a blind poet. J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
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The Historic Homer in the BAS Library
Thomas, Carol G. Homer & Troy: Searching for the Historical Homer. Archaeology Odyssey, Winter 1998, 26-33, 70.
Griffin, Jasper. Homer & Troy: Reading Homer After 2,800 Years. Archaeology Odyssey, Winter 1998, 34-37, 39.
Is Homer Historical? An Archaeology Odyssey Interview. Archaeology Odyssey, May/Jun 2004, 26-35, 62-63.
Leith, Mary Joan Winn. Biblical Views: Yahweh as Achilles. Biblical Archaeology Review, Jan/Feb 2008, 24, 81.
“Accordingly, the potential date ranges from the improbable extremes of 376 BCE to 1157 BCE”
And they fail to publish confidence intervals.
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