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The Ithaca of the Odyssey; a new attempt to show that Thiáki is the Ithaca of Homer and to discover the lost sites of the hut of Eumaeus, the spring of Ithacus, Neritus and Polyctor, the farm & house of Laertes, the city and port of Ithaca, and the palace of Odysseus ... Preview this item
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The Ithaca of the Odyssey; a new attempt to show that Thiáki is the Ithaca of Homer and to discover the lost sites of the hut of Eumaeus, the spring of Ithacus, Neritus and Polyctor, the farm & house of Laertes, the city and port of Ithaca, and the palace of Odysseus ...

Author: Champlin Burrage
Publisher: Oxford, B.H. Blackwell, 1928.
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Named Person: Homer.; Homer
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Champlin Burrage
OCLC Number: 9504496
Description: 42 p., 1 l. VI pl. (incl. map) on 3 l. 26 cm.
Responsibility: by Champlin Burrage.

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