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" According to every hypothesis the origin of the Homeric poetry is wrapt in mystery; as must be the case with the beginning of a new period when that which precedes it is very obscure. And it would certainly be no unparalleled or surprising coincidence... "
A History of Greece - Page 81
by Connop Thirlwall - 1845
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The American Whig Review, Volumes 7-8

1848
...plausible : — " According to every hypothesis the origin of the Homeric poetry is wrap't in mystery : as must be the case with the beginning of a new period...precedes it is very obscure. And it would certainly It no unparalleled or surprising coincidence iflhtproduction of a great work, which formed the moft...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 7

1848
...plausible : — " According to every hypothesis the origin of the Homeric poetry is wrapt in mystery ; as must be the case with the beginning of a new period...when that which precedes it is very obscure. And it vn/ultl certainly lie no unparalleled or surprising coincidence if lie production rf agreit wurk, irhich...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 7

1848
...plausible : — " According to every hypothesis the origin of the Homeric poetry is wrapt in mystery ; as must be the case with the beginning of a new period when that which precedes it ¡ч very obscure. And it icoidd certainly lie iu¡ unparallrledor surprising coincidence if ¡he }m¡duclion...
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The history of Greece, Volume 1

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1855
...The HO- According to every hypothesis, the origin of the the Homeric poetry is wrapt in mystery ; as must be the case with the beginning of a new period, when that period. which precedes it is very obscure. And it would certainly be no unparalleled or surprising...
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Pieces of a Broken-down Critic: Picked Up by Himself, Volumes 1-4

Charles Astor Bristed - 1858
...Thiriwall, p. 242. a According to every hypothesis the origin of the Homeric poetry is wrapt in mystery; as must be the case with the beginning of a new period...application of the most important of all inventions." * This question of writing brings us at once to the Homeric controversy. On this Thirhvall says but...
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Pieces of a Broken-down Critic: Picked Up by Himself, Volumes 1-4

Charles Astor Bristed - 1858
...TMrlwall, p. 242. "According to every hypothesis the origin of the Homeric poetry is wrapt in mystery; as must be the case with the beginning of a new period...unparalleled or surprising coincidence if the production o/ a great work, which formed the most momenlout epoch in the history of Greek literature, should have...
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Pieces of a Broken-down Critic: Picked Up by Himself, Volumes 1-4

Charles Astor Bristed - 1858
...Thirlwall. p. 242. "According to every hypothesis the origin of the Homeric poetry is wrapt in mystery ; as must be the case with the beginning of a new period...be no unparalleled or surprising coincidence if the produclion of a great work, which formed the most momentous epoch in the history of Greek literature,...
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Pieces of a Broken-down Critic: Picked Up by Himself, Volumes 1-4

Charles Astor Bristed - 1858
...the case with the beginning of a mr period when that which precedes it is very obscure. And it totU certainly be no unparalleled or surprising coincidence...great work, which formed the most momentous epoch in He kiftory of Greek literature , should have concurred with either the frtt introduction, or a new...
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The history of Greece, Volume 1

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1860
...oblivion. According to every hypothesis, the origin of the Homeric poetry is wrapped in mystery, as must be the case with the beginning of a new period,...the first introduction or a new application of the must important of all inventions. Nor can it be thought extravagant to attribute such an application...
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La stèle de Mesa: roi de Moab, 896 av. J.C.

Greek literature - 1870 - 10 pages
...Dr Thirlwall observes, speaking still of Homer, " And it will be no unparalleled or surprising thing if the production of a great work which formed the...epoch in the History of Greek Literature should have occurred with either the first introduction or a new application of the most important of all inventions."...
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