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Part II - Homeric World

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 February 2020

Corinne Ondine Pache
Affiliation:
Trinity University, San Antonio
Casey Dué
Affiliation:
University of Houston
Susan Lupack
Affiliation:
Macquarie University, Sydney
Robert Lamberton
Affiliation:
Washington University, St Louis
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Print publication year: 2020

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Further Reading

Wickert-Micknat 1982; Rutherford 1986; Stein-Hölkeskamp 1989; Scully 1990; van Wees 1992; Edwards 1993; Raaflaub 1997; Rose 1997; Thalmann 1998; Hammer 2002; Hölkeskamp 2002; Mazarakis Ainian 2006; Crielaard 2009a; Ulf 2009; Wecoswki 2014.

Further Reading

General: Vernant 1974; Burkert [1977] 1985; Ogden 2007; Kearns 2010 and 2011; Parker 2011.

Gods: Erbse 1986; Jørgensen 1904; Otto 1954; Kullmann 1956; Clay 1983; Slatkin 1991; Sissa and Detienne 2000; Pironti and Bonnet 2016.

Hero cult and the afterlife: Nagy [1979] 1999; Vermeule 1979; Antonaccio 1995b; Ekroth 2002.

Prayer: Lang 1975; Pulleyn 1997.

Sacrifice: Detienne and Vernant 1989; Naiden 2013.

Homeric morality: Jaeger 1966; Lloyd-Jones 1971; Yamagata 1994; Versnel 2011.

On the history of scholarship on Homeric religion: Graf 1991; Saraschoulis 2008a.

Further Reading

Lorimer 1950; Blegen 1963; Snodgrass 1974; Finley [1954] 1979; Morris 1986; Nagy 1995; Bennet 2004; Grethlein 2008; Whitley 2013.

Further Reading

Giovannini 1969; Prontera 1993; Minchin 1996; Ballabriga 1998; Luce 1998; Danek 2004; Latacz 2004; Kullmann 2009; Clay 2011; Dueck 2012; Marks 2012; Tsagalis 2012a.

Further Reading

Lorimer 1950; Prier 1989; Thomas 1991; Crossland 2010; Hicks and Beaudry 2010; Knappett 2010; Hodder 2012; Hamilakis 2013; Squire 2013; Knappett 2014; Hunziger 2015: Hodder 2016.

Further Reading

Rohde 1925; Griffin 1980; Clarke 1999; Albinus 2000.

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