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Privacy policyAbout WikipediaDisclaimersContact WikipediaMobile viewDevelopersStatisticsCookie statementAncient Greek literature This page was last edited on 20 February 2021, at 15:53 (UTC). Text is available under theCreative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to theTerms of UseandPrivacy Policy. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of theWikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. Photograph your local culture, help Wikipedia and win! [show] V·T·E [show] V·T·E [show] V·T·E AGreekmanuscript of the beginning ofHesiod'sWorks and Days Linear Btablet from the Archaeological Museum of Mycenae Tablet MY Oe 106 (obverse) exhibited at the Greek National Archaeological Museum A painting by the French NeoclassicalpainterThomas Degeorgedepicting the climactic final scene from Book Twenty-Two ofThe Odysseyin whichOdysseus, Telemachus,Eumaeus, andPhiloetius slaughter thesuitors of Penelope A nineteenth-century painting by the English painterSir Lawrence Alma-Tademadepicting the poetessSapphogazing on in admiration as the poetAlcaeusplays thelyre Medea kills her son (a scene fromEuripides'sMedea), Campanianred-figureamphora, c. 330 BC,Louvre(K 300) Illustration forAristophanes's LysistratabyAubrey Beardsley(1896) A second century AD Roman copy of a Greekbustof Herodotus from the first half of the fourth century BC The Death of Socrates, byJacques-Louis David (1787) Imaginative nineteenth-century engraving of the ancientLibrary of Alexandria A painting byJohn William Waterhousedepicting a scene from The ArgonauticabyApollonius of Rhodes RepublicanorEarly Imperialrelief depicting a seatingMenanderholding the masks ofNew Comedy(1st century BC – early 1st century AD)Princeton University Art Museum In 1906,The Archimedes Palimpsestrevealed works by Archimedespreviously thought to have been lost. TheMykonos vase, one of the earliest surviving depictions of the myth of theTrojan Horse, a myth which is described in depth inQuintus of Smyrna'sPosthomerica A bust ofPlutarch, one of the most famous ancient Greek historians, from his hometown ofChaeronea Manuscript (1485), of Pausanias'sDescription of Greece at theLaurentian Library Head ofPlotinus, a major philosopher from the Roman Era A nineteenth-century painting by the Swiss-French painterMarc Gabriel Charles Gleyredepicting a scene from Daphnis and Chloe Illustration from 1894 byWilliam Strangdepicting a battle scene from Book One of Lucian ofSamosata'sA True Story Hero Mourns the Dead LeanderbyGillis Backereel(1640s) Page from an Arabic translation of Aristotle'sPoeticsbyAbū Bishr Mattā Library resourcesabout Ancient Greek literature Online books Resources in your library Resources in other libraries From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ancient Greek literatureisliteraturewritten in theAncient Greeklanguage from the earliest texts until the time of theByzantine Empire. The earliest surviving works of
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