illiad


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illiad

(ˈɪlɪæd)
n
a wink
References in classic literature ?
said D'Artagnan, whom anger began to take by the hair, as Minerva takes Achilles, in the ILLIAD.
With the Greek myths I've worked on, the Odyssey and the Illiad, they're dramatizations rather than translations, so it was a case of closing the books and reimagining scenes as dialogue.
Referencing the Illiad, she compares the loyalty of Achilles, the traditional warrior, with that of Hector, the contemporary, professional warrior.
Tipasa reimagines features and functionality of the Windows-based ILLiad service and moves them to the cloud.
As a community organization, OCLC has also stepped up to become the home for other library community projects, such as RLG, EZproxy, and ILLiad, supporting products and systems on which library users have come to depend.
This meant that libraries using ILLiad for interlibrary loan would need to purchase a separate ILLiad license and maintain a separate workflow for each symbol, as the ILLiad software cannot accommodate multiple OCLC symbols.
Full support for Ariel, ILLiad, Odyssey, Article Exchange, RAPID, FTP and Email
7) Giambattista Vico in his Scienza Nuova (The New Science, 1724) puts forward that Illiad and Odyssiea is a collectively written by multiple authors, this is the earliest known announcement of the death of the author.
Stitching classical texts (from the Illiad to Snow White) with medical teachings, it's a book surreptitiously packed with information.
6 CELERY is also mentioned in Homer's Illiad and ancient Greek physician Hippocrates used it as a nerve soother.
Their topics include ethnography in the Illiad, Homer's social-psychological spaces and places, uncertain geographies of female desire in the Hesiodic Catalogue: Atalanta, landscape markers and time in Quintus' Posthomerica, Nonnus' Dionysiaca and the boundaries of epic, wandering in the unknown from Delos to Latium, the topography of epic narratives in Ovid's Metaphorphoses, Lucan's catalogues and the landscape of war, and the Argo's maiden voyage from Europe into the unknown in Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica.