Pictorial Atlas to Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey,
Thirty-six plates, containing 225 illustrations from works of ancient art, with descriptive text, and an epitome of the contents of each book, for the use of schools and students of literature and art,
by R. Engelmann and W.C.F. Anderson; 1892; H. Grevel, London.
This Pictorial Atlas is a collection of over 225 illustrations depicting all the major representations of Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey as can be found in classical antiquity. They are arranged in order of each of the stories, which are in turn told in summary chapter by chapter, with accompanying description and commentary on each of the illustrations.
|Housed at: Internet Archive | From: Ontario College of Art And Design|
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